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Today's News

  • Campbellsville Police warning of scam

     

    The Campbellsville Police Department is warning the public of a possible scam. Unknown person(s) are contacting the public by phone and identifying themselves as a Campbellsville Police Officer. They are then telling them that they have an outstanding warrant and attempting to get the person to pay the warrant over the phone. 

  • PREP BASEBALL OPINION: Campbellsville is gracious in defeat

     

    When you get where you're goin'
    Don't forget turn back around
    Help the next one in line
    Always stay humble and kind

     

    Losing is never fun, especially when it’s the last game of your career.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Eagles fall to LaRue in region semifinals

    The Campbellsville Eagles have felt doubted from those outside the program all season long.

    But the players refused to listen to the naysayers, never losing belief in what they could achieve in 2018.

    That belief propelled them to win the 5th Region All ‘A’ Tournament and eventually the 20th District Baseball Tournament for the first time since 2013. Then came the 5th Region Baseball Tournament, which many viewed as wide open with three or four contenders for the title.

  • Kosair Grant provides handicap-accessible playground equipment at TCPC

     

    Playground time is essential for young students. 

    At Taylor County Primary Center, first-grade teacher Brooke Downey and speech-language pathologist Erin Whitlock recently teamed up to make sure the playground was more inclusive for students with disabilities. 

    The two collaboratively wrote a grant and were awarded nearly $6,000 that was used to purchase handicap-accessible playground equipment for the school’s playground. 

  • Library kicks off summer reading program

     

    The Taylor County Public Library was full of children and their parents on Friday evening as the library staff kicked off their summer reading program. 

    With an Elvis Presley impersonator, karaoke, limbo contests, and much more, the library was quite a hot spot for entertainment to get area youth and teens involved and excited for the upcoming programs. 

    Taylor County Public Library has several programs available for youth, teens, and all ages this summer. 

  • Higdon ready to embrace superintendent role

     

    Charles Higdon, Jr., applied when the Taylor County Superintendent position last opened in 2009. He was principal of Taylor County High School at the time, a position he had only been in for two years. 

    At the time, he knew he wasn’t ready to be a superintendent, but he wanted the experience. He knew that being Superintendent of Taylor County Schools was his ultimate dream. 

    “Throughout my career, I feel like that is something I was always ultimately working towards,” Higdon said. 

  • Where are our priorities?

     

    What if I told you that more than a thousand people recently died on American soil due to a natural disaster? 

    You would probably be shocked, right? Disturbed? You would probably be wondering why it hasn’t been all over the news, why there weren’t massive operations to provide relief to those affected. 

  • Pool's future remains in question

     

    The city pool was a hot-button topic at Monday night’s regularly scheduled City Council meeting at the Campbellsville Civic Center.

    City employee Cody Wood provided an update to the council, and the news wasn’t good. He said the pool is in need of a total overhaul, which would cost in the neighborhood of $150,000 to fix.

  • City Council takes first look at upcoming budget

     

    Campbellsville City Council members got their first look at the proposed budget ordinance for the 2018-2019 fiscal year at a special-called council meeting Thursday evening. 

    The city is proposing a total budget of $24,957,542 for the upcoming fiscal year. 

    Among the most notable changes to the budget from last year is the reduction of the alcohol regulatory fee on alcohol sales from 8 percent to 6 percent. 

  • Taylor County man indicted on murder charge

     

    A Taylor County man was indicted for murder by a LaRue County Grand Jury on Monday, May 21 for his involvement in a November 2017 fatal accident that killed Stephanie Jensen, 28, of Magnolia.

    Matthew L. Howsden, 33, of Campbellsville was indicted for murder and leaving the scene of an accident and failing to render aid with death or serious injury.