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The state’s school testing system is called Unbridled Learning: College/Career Readiness for All, and is geared toward the goal that all students become college or career ready by the time they graduate high school. Standardized tests in the Unbridled Learning... Read more »
The same fault line that created Reelfoot Lake is still at work. The New Madrid Fault shifted a bit yesterday and caused an earthquake in Missouri and parts of Western Kentucky. Centered in New Madrid, Missouri and measuring 1.6 magnitude, yesterday’s... Read more »
One man is in critical condition after a 3 vehicle wreck in Russell Springs. KSP is investigating a collision that occurred yesterday at 7:54 AM CST on KY 379, 2 miles south of Russell Springs. 25-year-old Wesley Flatt, of Russell Springs, was driving a 2002... Read more »
Friday September 23, 2016: Adair County Indians are home against Kentucky Country Day Campbellsville Eagles will be on the road to face Fort Knox Taylor County Cardinals travel to West Jessamine, Game begins at 7:30PM eastern and can be heard on Q104 or online at... Read more »
Mr. Edgar Thomas "Ed" Arnett, age 81 of Summersville, passed away Monday in Louisville. Survived by his wife: Judey Marr Arnett of Summersville. Two daughters and a son-in-law: Lisa and Robert Buck of Campbellsville, and Susan Arnett of Summersville. Two... Read more »
Sylvia Parrott, age 91, of Campbellsville, died Tuesday in Campbellsville. She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Barry and Pam Parrott of Jamestown; one granddaughter; one great-grandchild; two brothers and three sisters: Buel Hunt and wife, Betty of... Read more »
Mr. James Calvin Stumph, age 80 of the Summersville passed away Monday In Louisville. He is survived by his wife Charlotte Milby Stumph, two sons and daughters-in-law: James Tim and Amanda Stumph of Greensburg, William Robert and Vickie Stumph of Henderson... Read more »
Join Forcht Broadcasting's Rob Collins at the first annual Taylor County Good Samaritan's Bash Saturday, October 15th at 6:00 pm on Main Street in downtown Campbellsville! The Taylor County Good Samaritans Foundation is a non-profit, tax deductible organization,... Read more »
Taylor County Health Department is offering a "Freedom from Smoking" class Tuesday, September 27th at 5:30 pm at the health department for anyone interested in quitting smoking. Pre-registration is required. For more information, call Jackie at... Read more »
Taylor Regional Hospital will present a class entitled, "Prostate Cancer," Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 4:00-5:00 pm in the TRH Education Classroom. The class will be presented by Dr. James Angel and Dr. Ben Angel, Taylor Regional Urology.... Read more »