Today's News

  • Glasgow shuts out Eagles 27-0

    Glasgow scored a touchdown in each quarter and pinned a 27-0 loss on visiting Campbellsville on Friday night.

    The Scotties (8-2) started the season and ended the regular-season campaign with four straight wins around losses to Green County and Russellville.

    Coach Bill Lindsey's troops used their powerhouse backfield of Blake Perkins, Corey Witcher and Lamar Howard to gain over 300 rushing yards.

  • Starting off on the right foot

    A new era in Lady Tiger basketball was anointed Friday night as first-year head coach Ginger Colvin notched her first collegiate coaching victory, 94-73 over Bethel College.

    Colvin replaced the legendary Hall of Fame coach Donna Wise, who retired after 32 years at the Lady Tiger helm.

    "Different people were doing well at different things," said Colvin, who also celebrated her 39th birthday on the same night. "What we lacked in some areas we picked up in others."

  • KCS students donate antibiotic ointment

    Kentucky Christian School student donated 285 tubes of antibiotic ointment to Village to Village Missions in Haiti. Pictured are, from left, front: Treyton Steele, C.J. Onyiri and Katie Cheatham. Back: Bryce Steele and Grant Cox.

  • Katie Cave celebrates 12th birthday

    Katie Cave celebrated her 12th birthday recently with a costume party. Those attending were, from left, front: Tori Cochran, Emili Cochran and Amber Cave. Back: Dakota Morgan, Alexa Parker, Katie, Sarah Clark, Kelsi Bland and Dalton Bennett.

  • Brittany Salmon competes in state fair pageant

    After winning the 2007 Miss Pre-Teen Robertson County Fair preliminary, Brittany Salmon of Campbellsville competed in the 2007 Kentucky State Fair Pre-Teen Pageant in October and placed in the top 15. She competed in interview, casual wear and formal wear against 78 other girls in the state. Her parents are Kristie and Jonathan Hunt of Campbellsville. Salmon was also named first runner-up at Clay, Butler and Morgan county fairs; second runner-up at Metcalfe and McCreary county fairs; and fourth runner-up at Jefferson County.

  • Bookmobile Schedule

    Thursday, Nov. 1 - Crescent Hill and Jackson Tower.

    Friday, Nov. 2 - Liberty Road and Stoner Creek.

    Monday, Nov. 5 - Head Start, Taylor County Elementary School, day cares and Campbellsville Baptist Church.

    Tuesday, Nov. 6 - Taylors Chapel, KY 210, Social Band Road and Mt. Carmel.

    Wednesday, Nov. 7 - Lone Valley, Columbia Road, Meadowcreek, Davis Road and Hathaway Drive.

    Thursday, Nov. 8 - Forest Hills, Plainview and Medco Nursing Home.

    Friday, Nov. 9 - Campbellsville Adult Day Care, Greensburg Road and Friendship Pike.

  • Taylor County Republican Women's Club was the top in members statewide for 2007

    Taylor County Republican Women's Club was the top in members statewide for 2007. Pictured are, from left, front: Frances Clinkscales; Marlyn Shreve, president, holding the award check for $300; and Brenda Barnett. Back: Margaret Stewart, Mary Ellen Hedgespeth, Jewell Rattliff and Carol Mobley.

  • CES WoW students

    Campbellsville Elementary students who were recently recognized as Writers of the Week are, from left: Breanna Dale, Jensen Martin, Shandi Russell and Kayla Grapevine.

  • Town hall meeting focuses on teen drug use awareness

    Campbellsville/Taylor County Anti-Drug Coalition co-chairs Karen Hayes and Rhonda Parker along with Cathy Williams of Adanta Regional Prevention Center hosted a town hall meeting recently.

    The event, which took place at the Taylor County Cooperative Extension Office, focused on "the highs and lows of prescription painkillers and over the counter cough and cold medicines."

    David Tucker, a narcotics investigator with the Campbellsville Police Department, was the guest speaker.

  • KCS collecting used ink cartridges, cell phones

    Kentucky Christian School is collecting used ink cartridges and cell phones.

    The school is entered in a contest with The Funding Factory to win prizes.

    Items must be received by Nov. 10.