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State Police discovered a indoor marijuana grow in Green County. Law enforcement says 64-year-old Richard Handy, of Louisville, was arrested on Friday evening on several drug charges including Cultivating Marijuana 5 or more plants 1st offense,... 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 »
Russell County Sheriff’s arrested two on Criminal Abuse involving a toddler. WJRS reports, the Russell County 9-1-1 center received a report Saturday afternoon of a female assaulting a small child in a vehicle. Russell County... Read more »
Campbellsville University Football's annual Maroon-White spring game will take place Thursday night at Finley Stadium. The game will feature two teams – Maroon and White. – which have been selected by the coaching... Read more »
Campbellsville University's Cassidy Scantland has been the NAIA Women’s National Golfer of the Week. The national award comes one day after Scantland was named the Mid-South Conference Women's Golfer of the Week on Tuesday. Scantland bested the 42-woman field at... Read more »
COLUMBIA, Ky. – The Lindsey Wilson men’s basketball program added Nicholai Brown for the upcoming 2015-16 season, head coach Paul Peck announced on Wednesday. Brown comes to Lindsey Wilson after transferring from Trinity Valley Community College in Athens,... Read more »
J. Russell "Pug" Hargan, 80, of Vine Grove, KY passed away peacefully at his home on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 wearing his work hat & gloves. Survivors include his loving wife of 60 years, Alta Hargan of Vine Grove, KY; 1 son, Bill Hargan & his wife,... Read more »
Ruth Pepper Chaney, age 90 of Greensburg passed away Wednesday at the Jane Todd Crawford Hospital, in Greensburg. She is survived by one daughter and son-in-law: Betty and David Gaines of Frankfort, KY One son: W.D. Chaney of Greensburg, Two brothers and... Read more »
Mr. Niles H. Lawlor, age 66 of Metcalfe County was found Thursday, April 16 in Taylor County after a boating accident that occurred on March 25. He is survived by two step-daughters: Kelly Moseley and Michelle Vanker, both of Florida, Four sisters:... Read more »
Campbellsville Middle School performs Mowtown Hits Sunday, April 26th at 2:00 pm at Hamilton Auditorium at 2:00 pm. Admission is free! Come hear many of your favorite Mowtown classics and support the Campbellsville Middle School... Read more »
Performances by the Adair County High School Jazz Band, Lindsey Wilson College Jazz band and their special guests will present an evening of terrific Jazz music at the Adair County Airport Friday, April 24th at 6:30 pm, central time. Admission is free,... Read more »
Are you a teacher or a parent of a student and you want your students/child to visit a FREE local attraction and learn about local wildlife, water safety, and history of the lake? Why not schedule a field trip to the Corps of Engineers Visitor Center at Green River... Read more »