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Fire Chief Kyle Smith has resigned as Campbellsville’s Fire Chief. In press release issued earlier this afternoon, Chief Smith said “during my tenure as fire chief we have gone through some very difficult times. We have also gone through... Read more »
Firefighters in Green County responded to the scene of a barn fire this morning. Officials say that Firefighters were dispatched at 2:16 this morning to barn on Temperance Road located near Bethlehem Baptist Church. Upon arrival, dispatch reports the... Read more »
E-911 Dispatch in Taylor County received a call at 5:49 this morning, regarding a possible human body in a culvert along 744 in Taylor County. Campbellsville Police along with the assistance of Taylor County Sheriffs identified the body as... Read more »
Campbellsville High Boy's Soccer New Coach Campbellsville Middle School teacher Bradley Harris has been named Campbellsville High School’s head boys’ soccer coach for the 2015-2016 season. Harris, a 2010 CHS graduate, played multiple sports during his... Read more »
Taylor County High School has named new Head Coaches for the Lady Cardinal Basketball Team and the Boys Soccer Team. TCHS Athletic Director Jeff Gumm says that: Tim Peterson will now guide the Lady Cards. Coach Peterson is a former 5th Region Coach of the... Read more »
Marion County Girls Basketball Coach, Anthony Epps is stepping down as coach. The Lebanon Enterprise reports Marion County Athletic Director Robby Peterson received Epps resignation letter yesterday. Epps compiled a 29-30 record in his two... Read more »
Mrs. Vera Mae Harris, age 57 of Greensburg, Kentucky, a native of Indiana, passed away, Monday at her home in Greensburg. Survived by her husband: Raymond Lee Harris of Greensburg. Her children: Shana Parsons of Greensburg, Billie and Sarah... Read more »
Henry Duncan, age 85, of Campbellsville, died Sunday in Louisville. He is survived by nieces and nephews, Jeffrey Duncan and Runita Rice of Campbellsville and Chris Duncan, Barbara Shively, Jackie Shively and Jason Shively, all of... Read more »
Mrs. Ruth Akin Johnson, age 88 of Greensburg, formerly of Louisville, Kentucky, passed away late Sunday at the Golden Living Center-Green Hill. Survived by nieces & nephews: Annabelle Henderson of Summersville, Judith Marie Feirell of... Read more »
Mark you calendars! The Taylor Regional Hospital charity golf scramble is Friday, September 25th at the Campbellsville Country Club, with tee-off at 1:00 pm. The cost is $300 per team or $75.00 per player. Proceeds benefit Taylor Regional... Read more »
Taylor County Public Library has something for everyone in the family! To learn more about all of the great activities going on at Taylor County Library, check them out on facebook or log onto... Read more »
The Selection Committee has released the names of those chosen to compete in the 2015 KCountry Showdown, Friday, July 3rd, on the Amazon.com Mainstage in downtown Campbellsville. Slated to sing, in the following... Read more »
Congratulations to Taylor County Idol Winner Alia... Read more »
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