Today's News

  • Swim teams fare well in home meet


    Taylor County’s Hannah Koch won two events Saturday, helping the Lady Cardinals win the team title during the Campbellsville/Taylor County Senior Invitational at Campbellsville University’s Powell Athletic Center.

    Koch won the girls’ 50-meter freestyle in 31.62 seconds and the girls’ 100 free in 1 minute, 12.75 seconds. She also teamed with Audrey Koch, Madalyn Nolley and Carynee Ritter to place second in the girls’ 200 medley relay (2:38.24) and second in the 200 freestyle relay (2:19.93).

  • MLK reception set for Saturday, Jan. 19


    The Campbellsville-Taylor County Civic League will be hosting a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. reception at the Taylor County Extension Office, 1143 South Columbia Avenue, on Saturday, Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. EST. 

  • Max Wise legislative survey available


    Senator Max Wise (R-Campbellsville) would like to provide the attached legislative survey to his constituents in the 16th Senate District.  This questionnaire will allow individuals to weigh in on the issues they find important and bring them to the attention of Senator Wise for the 2019 Legislative Session.  Constituents wishing to participate may fill out the questions and return them to the address provided with the survey.

    The survey can be accessed through the attached PDF.

  • 2018 Year in Review



    • Dr. James A. “Papa Doc” Ewing celebrated his retirement from Taylor Regional Hospital with a reception attended by family, coworkers and friends. Ewing helped thousands of local patients in more than 40 years at Taylor Regional Hospital. 

    • Former Campbellsville University Athletic Director and Hall of Fame member Don Bishop passed away at the age of 82, leaving a lasting legacy behind at CU.

  • New driver's licenses to be available in Taylor County in April


    As part of Kentucky’s ongoing initiative to become compliant with the federal REAL ID Law, the state will begin its phased rollout of new driver’s licenses in March and finishing in May.

  • Cards top Doss


    A two-game swoon just before Christmas was enough losing for the Taylor County Cardinals.

    Senior DeJhon Irvin had 19 points, seven rebounds, three steals and two assists as the host Cardinals opened up the Taylor County Holiday Classic with a 57-44 victory over Louisville Doss last Friday at Citizens Bank Arena.

    Senior TreVon Smith chipped in with 15 points, three rebounds and three steals, while junior Kybrin Smith had 10 points, six assists, four rebounds and four steals.

  • Casey County tops Eagles in first round of CHS Holiday Classic

    After watching Max Reyes lead the Casey County Rebels past his Campbellsville squad, Eagles coach Tim Davis called the senior one of the best players his team will face this season.

    Reyes finished with 31 points, eight rebounds, six steals and four assists as the Rebels beat Campbellsville, 71-60 in the first round of the Campbellsville High School Holiday Classic last Thursday.

    Sophomore Spencer Baird added 24 points and 10 rebounds for Casey County, while junior Micah Pendleton scored eight points.

  • No place like home for Newton

    Austin Newton felt right at home last Thursday afternoon.

    That’s because Newton was home, coaching Madison Southern in the Campbellsville High School Holiday Classic that ended Saturday at Paul J. Coop Gymnasium.

    Newton, in his first year coaching the Eagles, is a former Campbellsville standout who was named the 5th Region Player of the Year in 2001 and still holds the school records for assists in a career (433) and free throws made in a season (201).

  • Lady Cards win twice


    The Taylor County Lady Cardinals went 2-1 last week.

    Taylor County beat homestanding Sayre, 42-12 Saturday, lost to 20th District rival Adair County, 53-48 on the road Friday night and beat homestanding 5th Region rival Green County, 50-35 Thursday night.

    No statistics were available from the game at Sayre.

    Senior guard Shay Mitchell and junior forward Ciara Mosely each scored 14 against Adair County, while sophomore post Emma Maynard scored 12.
    Mosely also pulled down 13 rebounds, and Maynard grabbed six.

  • Eagles, Cards top Green


    Junior guard Malachi Corley and senior forward Nataj Sanders each posted a double-double as the Campbellsville Eagles rolled to a 79-53 win at 5th Region foe Green County Monday night.

    Corley led the way with 26 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four steals, while Sanders finished with 22 points and 10 boards as the Eagles (3-4) snapped a two-game skid.

    Sophomore guard Kameron Smith chipped in with 11 points, three rebounds and two blocks and junior guard Mark Rigsby scored seven.