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It's time for the 35th Annual Music Festival - Country Concert '15!
Click below to learn more about the concert and all the great artists that will perform at this year's Country Concert!
The little town of Mayberry is coming to Lebanon. The city is debuting a new festival this year; based around the famous locale from the “Andy Griffith Show”. The Mayberry Pie Festival will run for three days in august. Some of the events... Read more »
State Police arrested a Foster Parent Sunday on Endangerment charges. Post 15 was notified Sunday Morning of a 3-year-old female that was walking in the roadway on KY 49 (south of Lebanon.) The child was found uninjured; she was kept at a residence... Read more »
Campbellsville Police arrested two after shoplifting a farm supply store. In a release issued Saturday Campbellsville Police responded to a call of potential shoplifters at Phillips Agri on Tharp Drive. Once on scene police identified a vehicle leaving... Read more »
In sports, Taylor County High School’s Quentin Goodin has narrowed his list of potential colleges to five. The high school senior told reporters he’ll pick between Florida, Louisville, Miami, Western Kentucky and Xavier. Rated the... Read more »
Green County Middle and High School will have a meeting in July for those wanting to join the Cross Country Team. All forms, a practice and meet schedule will also be available for those interested. All high school athletes should schedule their... Read more »
Taylor County Junior Quentin Goodin has been named to the Courier-Journal High School Basketball All-State First Team. Goodin averaged over 21 points per game this season and led the Cardinals to the Boys Sweet 16... Read more »
Jimmy Wheeler, age 72, of Campbellsville, died Tuesday in Campbellsville. He is survived by one son and one daughter: Greg Wheeler and wife, Stephanie of Lexington and Stacey Greenawalt and husband, Jeff of Frankfort; four grandchildren. Funeral... Read more »
David Parsons, age 63, of Campbellsville, died Tuesday in Campbellsville. He Is survived by his wife, Brenda Parsons of Campbellsville; Two sons: Brandon Parsons and wife, Miranda of Campbellsville and Tyler Parsons and Wife, Beth of Bowling Green; Two... Read more »
Lynn Tyree, age 68 of Campbellsville, passed away on Friday in Campbellsville at the Taylor Regional Hospital as the result of an automobile accident which occurred in Columbia. Survivors include a niece: Christina Johnson of Campbellsville along with... Read more »
Hot Air balloons, green tractors, fireworks, great food and music! Start planning your Campbellsville 4th of July adventures, now! Visit... Read more »
The Marion County High School class of 1985 will celebrate their 30th year reunion June 20th at the Twin Eagles Estates from 8:00 pm until midnight. Call Mindy for details at... 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 »
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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