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Campbellsville City Council Members and Taylor County Fiscal Court Magistrates were joined by local citizens in a joint meeting last night to hear a report from Hogan Real Estate and TEG Architects regarding the proposed development of the Old Fruit of the Loom... Read more »
Traffic Advisory: KY 70 in Taylor County Bridge joint repairs will be taking place on KY 70 at Mile Point 13 this week. As a result, traffic will be reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic between the hours of 7:30am and 3pm... Read more »
A 54 year old Campbellsville man was reportedly killed Saturday in Campbellsville when his motorcycle struck an oncoming car. According to statements released by the Campbellsville Police Department, Wendell Hitch was operating his 1991 Harley Davidson, north... Read more »
Mrs. Brenda Sue Helm, age 66 of Greensburg passed away Thursday at the Jane Todd Crawford Hospital in Greensburg. She is survived by two sisters and their spouses: Betty Jean Moran and her husband Herald of Buffalo and Alice Bryant and her husband Wayne of... Read more »
Gerald Thomas Scott Gerald Thomas Scott, age 42 of Green County, passed away Wednesday in Green County. He is survived by his wife: Shaun Hedgespeth Scott of Green County His children: Cayden Hunter Scott and Layton Thomas Scott of Green... Read more »
DAVID BELL, AGE 72, OF CAMPBELLSVILLE, DIED SUNDAY IN LOUISVILLE. SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE, PAT BELL OF CAMPBELLSVILLE; ONE SON AND ONE DAUGHTER: KEITH BELL AND WIFE, BILLIE JO AND LISA RICHERSON AND HUSBAND, JOHN ALL OF CAMPBELLSVILLE; FOUR GRANDDAUGHTERS;... Read more »