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Today's News

  • Police briefs

    Police investigate business burglaries Campbellsville Police are investigating the burglaries of two local businesses. According to a news release, during the overnight hours of Dec. 1 or the early morning hours of Dec. 2, Due Dirty Laundry and Sonshine Natural Foods were broken into. Police have no released information concerning what was taken at the businesses, which are located next to each other on Nancy Cox Drive. Campbellsville Police Lt. Terry Lile and Officer Travis Begley are investigating.

  • CU hoopsters route Urbana 92-63

    Campbellsville University rolled past Urbana (Ohio) 92-63 on Friday night in their annual game at Gallatin County High School in Warsaw, Ky.

    The Tigers rolled to a 45-23 half-time lead and coach Keith Adkins was able to use 12 players for at least eight minutes apiece.

    Nestor Colmenares paced CU with 16 ponts and nine rebounds while Bubba Long and Deveon Jenkins added 13 points apiece and Shawn Savage had 10.

  • Beating the odds: Man outlives doctors' predictions

    He was told he had only three or four days left to live. But nearly four years later, Jimmie Brockman says he's still alive because of his faith in God.

    Brockman, now 62, had lost about 40 pounds in the spring of 2003. He was working eight- to 10-hour days in quality control at Parker-Kalon and was spending three or four hours each night on his farm raising Angus cattle.

  • Cards claim home triumph vs. E-town

    Taylor County failed to hold onto three double-digit leads, but still managed a 60-55 triumph at home on Friday night vs. Elizabethtown.

    Chase Cox tallied 10 early points to stake the Cardinals to a 15-2 lead and TCHS held a 19-6 advantage on Taylor Cox's putback starting the second quarter.

    However, the Panthers (0-2 with a season-opening loss at Adair County) fought to within five (31-26) at the half and tied the contest at 33-33 early in quarter number three.

  • Lady Hawks swoop over Lady Eagles 61-49

    Campbellsville's Lady Eagles started off slow and dropped a 61-49 home-court decision to LaRue County on Friday night.

    The Lady Eagles trailed 18-8 and 41-22 in the first half before battling back to 47-35 at the third-quarter stop.

    Three Lady Eagles, Danielle Morris, Bronte Karr and Destiny Wilson, scored 10 points apiece for Campbellsville while Tiffany Slone added nine.

    Lyndsay Whitlock of LaRue County led all scorers with 17 points while Michelle Seymour added 11 and Nancy Howell 10.

  • Medical Missionaries

    They had just arrived on Galapagos Island when the phone call came from a local hospital.

    A female tourist from Houston, Texas had lost a lot of blood. She had fallen earlier and had been taking ibuprofen for the pain. However, the pain reliever caused an ulcer to flare up and begin to bleed.

  • Lady Tigers eliminated in Pool D play-in at nationals

    The Campbellsville University Lady Tigers saw their volleyball season come to an end on Friday morning when coach Randy LeBleu's club was eliminated in the NAIA National Tournament in Columbia, Mo.

    The Lady Tigers fell to Columbia College 31-29 after beating Mobile 31-19 in the first play-in game earlier in the day.

    Campbellsville, Columbia and Mobile all tied with 1-2 records during Pool D play and were forced into a tie-breaker to determine which team would advance into the championship bracket.

  • Louisville man gets two years on drug charges

    A Louisville man has had his diversion revoked and will spend two years in prison on drug and other charges.

    Timothy John Greene, 25, of 6502 Six Mile Lane in Louisville appeared before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Allan Bertram on Tuesday, Nov. 20.

  • Close celebrates first birthday

    Bryten Close celebrated his first birthday on Sept. 22 at his home. His parents are Andy and Brandy Close of Campbellsville. Grandparents are Sandy and Tim Cash and Mike and Marcie Close, all of Campbellsville.

  • Chappell celebrates fifth birthday

    Kyle Chappell celebrated his fifth birthday with family and friends on Nov. 10. He is the son of Kevin and Cindy Chappell. Pictured are, from left, front: Chloe Bennett, MaKayla Cecil, McKenzie Smithers and Lathan Hamilton. Back: Collin White, Katie Arnold, Cara Stafford, Kyle, Andrew Watson, John Stafford, DaKota Smithers and Meleah Arnold.