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At Keeneland yesterday, Capt. Grider won his first race. The horse named after the fallen Campbellsville firefighter was trained by Dante Zanelli, a friend of the Grider family for many years. Grider started slow in his first race but one in... Read more »
Congressman Hal Rogers of Somerset has cut funding which could have enabled the Corp of Engineers to possibly charge cities who use water from Lake Cumberland. Congressman Rogers inserted a measure which would cut off funding for the corps water allocation... Read more »
Taylor County Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire yesterday. 911 Officials say that incident occurred at 4:52pm on Spurlington Road yesterday. The initial report says that the involved vehicle was “sitting to close to a... Read more »
Mrs. Kathern Akin, age 77 of Greensburg, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday at the University of Louisville Hospital. Survived by her husband: Theodore Akin of Greensburg. A son: Archie Akin of Greensburg. A brother and sister-in-law: Howard... Read more »
Mr. Chad Huston Ervin, age 45 of Green County, passed away Tuesday at the Jane Todd Crawford Hospital. Survived by his wife: Carletta Jewell Ervin of Green County. His mother: Rebecca Robertson Ervin of Greensburg. His children: Colen... Read more »
Donnie McFall, age 67, of Campbellsville, passed away on Wednesday at his home. Survivors include a sister: Connie Tate and her husband Frank of Bardstown. Two brothers: Larry McFall and his husband Angie of Campbellsville and Danny McFall and... Read more »
We are proud supporters of our local schools! Tune in every Tueday morning as our talented media students from the Campbellsville Indepedent School District share the latest news from Campbellsville Elementary, Middle and High School! Eagle news airs every... Read more »
Tune in every Friday morning as Taylor County High School senior, Ty Corbin stops by the station with Cardinal News, a look at everything going on in the Taylor County School District! Ty shares details about academics, sports & the arts! Don't mis... Read more »