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A Green County Physician was indicted this week by a grand jury on drug charges. A release from the US Attorney’s office reports Mark Arnold Kirkpatrick, 60, of Greensburg was charged with fourteen counts of illegal distribution of controlled... Read more »
Highway 210 was the scene of an accident yesterday were hazardous roadways played a factor. Taylor County Sheriffs report that accident occurred 8 miles west of Campbellsville on Hodgenville Road. Joshua A Knight, 26 of Columbia was travelling on 210... Read more »
An Adair County man is behind bars after raping a patient at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. WLKY reports, a nurse caught Arthur Garrett, 49, having sex with a woman, who was unconscious. Law Enforcement in Louisville said Garrett knew the... Read more »
Taylor County Boys and Girls dominated the #1 spot at this year's KHSAA State Bowling Competition in Lexington. The Cards and Lady Cards took both team events held at Eastland Bowling Center Friday. McKinley Knopp was the only Cardinal to make it to the Round of... Read more »
Mrs. Shirley "Loretta" Hill, age 72 of New Mexico, passed away Monday in New Mexico. Locally survived by a brother-in-law: Jim Hill of Greensburg. The funeral service for Mrs. Shirley "Loretta" Hill will be conducted at 1 P.M., Friday, at the Brewer, Lee... Read more »
Christine Burress, age, 89, of Campbellsville, died Wednesday in Louisville. Survived by one son and one daughter: Robert L. Burress and wife, Patricia of Indiana and Cathy Decker and husband, Bill of Louisville; two grandchildren; two... Read more »
Jerry Wayne England, age 65 years, of Mt. Sherman, passed away, Thursday, February 11, 2016 at the Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ulys and Frances Carter England, and a brother, Jimmy England. The... Read more »
Taylor County Civic League will be celebrating 25 years of service to the residents of Campbellsville Saturday, January 16th at the Taylor County Cooperative Extension Office at 6 pm. The reception, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr is open to everyone in... Read more »
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Ecumenical Ministerial Alliance will host a Celebration Service at Campbellsville University's Ransdell Chapel Sunday, January 17th at 3:00 pm. Dr. C.B. Akins, Sr from Lexington will be the special guest speaker.... Read more »
Campbellsville will turn 200 years old in 2017! The Bicentennial Commitee is looking for the design of the official logo to be utilized on all print and marketing materials. Flexibility for us in both color and black and white. Funtionality for large... Read more »