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Today's News

  • Taylor County FCA members attend convention

    Forty-six Taylor County High School students attended Fellowship of Christian Athletes' Weekend of Champions at Montgomery County High School on Nov. 3-4.

  • Campbellsville Independent School District's KEN circuit completed.

    Campbellsville Independent School District is now part of the Kentucky Education Network. CISD received a 10MB connection, an improvement nearly 10 times faster than the previous connection.

  • Soaring Eagles named for November

    Campbellsville Elementary School's Soaring Eagles for November are Jaedyn Embry, Elizabeth Sullivan, Haley Morris, Latavia Shively, Breanna Spaulding, Jaleel Cowan, Nana Moriuchi, Rolandao Pedroza, Davon Cecil, Brooklyn Harris, Madison Dial, Taylor Anderson, Casey Hardin, Savanna Taylor, Latia Barnett, Caden Wheatley, Murphy Lamb, Lilly Osborne, Dusty Claiborne, Shunya Hida, Kameron Smith and Cody Davis.

  • Death's good news

    Aunt Pat would have been 74 on Dec. 7.

    Uncle Al, Pat's husband, died many, many years ago. They were only married 13 years and Pat had no children. My husband was her closest kin.

    During the 17 years we've lived in Florida, 40 miles from Pat, my husband cared for Pat as if he were her son. She loved him and depended on him. He loved her, even if she did drive him nuts.

  • FCA group attends Weekend of Champions

    Campbellsville High School's Fellowship of Christian Athletes enjoyed an action-packed weekend Nov. 3-4 as they traveled to Montgomery County High School for the 22nd annual Weekend of Champions FCA State Convention.

    The members experienced a weekend of perspiration and inspiration with students from all over the state.

  • Cox, Gumm combine for 49 in TC's out vs. Eagles

    Taylor County broke away from an 8-8 tie and posted an easy 75-45 district victory against visiting cross-town rival Campbellsville on Tuesday night.

    "I'm glad to get the good win," Cards' head coach Troy Young said. "But, the score is very deceiving. And, that sort of worries me the next time we play them."

    Chase Cox (12) and Josh Gumm (11) combined for 23 first-half points and the Cardinals led 37-16 at the intermission.

  • Three's company ... in Knifley

    All three are healthy. Two never stray very far from their mother. One ventures out alone, but often runs back to Mama when approached. And all three are rare - a one in 106,000 shot.

    Johnnie Perkins still marvels at the triplet calves birthed on his Knifley farm on Nov. 21.

    "She had one and everything went good. She got up and licked it and laid back down. I watched her a bit and then she had another one. After about two or three minutes, she laid back down."

    That concerned Perkins, so he called Crossroads Animal Clinic.

  • Junior Historical Society taps new members

    Campbellsville Middle School recently tapped new National Junior Honor Society members for the 2007-2008 school year. Pictured are, from left, front: new members Heather Watson, Grace Arnold, Breanna Underwood, Cassidy Blair, Philip Matherly and Alex Thompson. Back: returning members Michael Beard, Christen Johnson, Samantha Rodgers and Kathryn Hieneman. CMS National Junior Honor Society completes various service projects throughout the school year for the school and the community. The group is sponsored by Kaye Breeding, CMS seventh grade teacher.

  • Council puts smoking ban on hold

    Campbellsville City Council members will hold off on putting a smoking ordinance to a final vote while a committee works out a few more details.

    Though Council members did not discuss the ordinance during their regular meeting on Monday, the following morning Councilman David Nunery said the committee is revisiting other cities' ordinances.

    "We've also been looking at all the recent court cases, in particular the one in Jefferson Court," Nunery said.

    Louisville's smoking ban excluded Churchill Downs, a move that has since been declared unconstitutional.

  • Harmon's adds La-Z-Boy Comfort Studio

    Harmon Furniture, 500 S. Central Ave., has added a new La-Z-Boy Comfort Studio.

    The Comfort Studio features a La-Z-Boy Design Center, which is staffed by design consultants, and provides customers with inspiration, answers and helpful assistance. Two design kiosks allow customers to select from hundreds of La-Z-Boy fabrics and leathers.