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A Campbellsville man faces murder charges after leaving the scene of a three vehicle accident in Springfield. Reports from Kentucky State Police say Victor Mendoza, 25 of Campbellsville, was driving on Bloomfield Road Sunday when he disregarded a stop... Read more »
Kentucky State Police seized 11 Gambling Machines from a Campbellsville pool hall. Kentucky State Police reports law enforcement, seized over $2000.00 in currency and 11 gambling machines from the Rack ‘n’ Cue Pool Room on South Columbia Avenue... Read more »
A Lebanon woman severely injured after she was attacked in her home last week. The Lebanon Enterprise reports The 62 year-old victim was attacked last Friday in her home on E Chandler St in Lebanon. When police arrived on scene, they requested... Read more »
18th and 20th District High School Baseball and Softball tournament action last night: Baseball Larue Co ... Read more »
The NAIA Women’s Tennis National Championship Bracket was released on Tuesday by conference officials. The Blue Raiders are the No. 3 seed and received an opening-round bye, playing their first match of the tournament against on Wednesday, May 13 at 1 p.m.... Read more »
NAIA National Championship Tournament Bracket released for Lindsey Wilson Men’s Tennis Blue Raiders receive first round bye and open play on Wednesday, May 13 COLUMBIA, Ky. – The Lindsey Wilson men’s tennis team will play its first match of the NAIA... Read more »
Mrs. Barbara Helen Mensik, age 73 of Campbellsville, passed away on Thursday at her home. Survivors include her husband Ross Mensik, Jr of Campbellsville. Eight children: Richard Mensik and wife Darcy of South Carolina, Raymond Mensik and wife... Read more »
Ethelean Denson Keltner, 85 years of the Coburg Community in Taylor County, KY passed away suddenly, Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at her home. Survived by three daughters: Carolyn Schmitt and husband Robert of Frankfort, KY, Beverly Wilkins and husband Tom... Read more »
Charles Alan “Butch” Gabehart, age 67, of Campbellsville, died Wednesday in Campbellsville. Survived by two daughters: Amanda Gabehart and Ashley Gabehart of Campbellsville; Four Grandchildren and One Brother, John L. Gabehart and Wife, Ruth of... Read more »
Taylor Regional Hospital Health Fair is Saturday, June 13th from 7:30 am until 11:00 am at Taylor County Middle School Gym. Pre-registration is required to take advantage of the tests. For only $15.00, you will receive a Complete Blood Count (CBC),... Read more »
The Green County Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary Pancake Breakfast is Saturday, May 23rd from 6 am through 11:00 am, central time at the Greensburg / Green County Fire Department. All you can eat pancakes, sausage, mile juice and coffee! Adults:... Read more »
The 2015 Taylor County Fair is May 29 - June 6th! It will be the biggest in history! Come enjoy 9 spectacular days! Follow Taylor County Fair on Facebook or log onto the official website: ... Read more »
Do you want to be the next Taylor County Idol? When you pick up your registration form, just remember the below.... RULES AND REGULATIONS Complete this form and return it to radio station with your demo and $20 entry fee... Read more »
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