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Taylor County Sheriffs responded to a burglary Monday. Law Enforcement responded to the incident at 9:30 Monday Night when Sheriffs received complaint of a suspicious person on Davis Road. After Law Enforcement located the individual, the... Read more »
A Campbellsville business is closing its doors for a massive renovation. The McDonalds on Broadway is closing their doors July 30th. The restaurant is planning on doing a complete rebuild of the site. The new McDonalds will face a diffrent direction... Read more »
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 »
Campbellsville High Boy's Soccer New Coach Campbellsville Middle School teacher Bradley Harris has been named Campbellsville High School’s head boys’ soccer coach for the 2015-2016 season. Harris, a 2010 CHS graduate, played multiple sports during his... Read more »
Taylor County High School has named new Head Coaches for the Lady Cardinal Basketball Team and the Boys Soccer Team. TCHS Athletic Director Jeff Gumm says that: Tim Peterson will now guide the Lady Cards. Coach Peterson is a former 5th Region Coach of the... Read more »
Marion County Girls Basketball Coach, Anthony Epps is stepping down as coach. The Lebanon Enterprise reports Marion County Athletic Director Robby Peterson received Epps resignation letter yesterday. Epps compiled a 29-30 record in his two... Read more »
Mrs. Alma Mae Givens, age 92, of Ashland, formerly of Greensburg, passed away on Tuesday at the Woodland Oaks Nursing Home in Ashland. She is survived by her son & daughter-in-law: Maurice Steve & Kathy Givens of Ashland. A brother: Leonard "Joe" Walker... Read more »
Stanley Sallee, age 82, of Campbellsville, died Thursday in Campbellsville. Survived by his wife, Lula Sallee of Campbellsville; four daughters: Linda Sherrill and husband, Billy, Brenda Rice and husband, David and Wanda Hardin of Campbellsville and Sandy Adams... Read more »
James Curtis Johnson age 90 of Edmonton passed away Thursday, August 27, 2015 at his home. He is survived by his wife Betty Johnson of Edmonton. A daugher Tina Dobson and husband Dwayne of Greensburg. Three step-children, Debbie Cunningham and husband... Read more »
The city of Greensburg is gearing up for another spectacular "Cow Days" Festival. This year's event is September 18th and 19th in downtown Greensburg! Always fun for the entire family, start making plans now by visiting the official Cow Days website!... Read more »
The Adair County High School Band presents another outstanding showcase of high school band's with their annual pre-exhibition at Adair County High School! Make plans to attend as the finest area high school bands begin their competitive fall season!... Read more »
Mark you calendars! The Taylor Regional Hospital charity golf scramble is Friday, September 25th at the Campbellsville Country Club, with tee-off at 1:00 pm. The cost is $300 per team or $75.00 per player. Proceeds benefit Taylor Regional... 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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