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The Larue County High School girls basketball coach has resigned after being accused of “inappropriate conduct” involving a female student-athlete. Simon Ford resigned Monday after an investigation conducted by the Kentucky State Police. The school... Read more »
According to reports, the first reading of Campbellsville City Ordinance #16-06 which provided for the adoption of rules of conduct for Meetings of the city council was unsuccessful at Monday night’s special called meeting of the Campbellsville city council. The... Read more »
Taylor County is home to a rare occurrence. A two-headed calf has been born on the McCubbin Farm in the Spurlington Community. Stan McCubbin found the calf Friday while walking his farm. The calf, named Lucky, is the result of a rare impartial split of... 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 »
Ervel Lynn Davis, age 80 of Brandenburg, passed away Monday. He is survived by his: loving wife of sixty years, Virginia Rose Davis; children, Tim (Joni) Davis of Campellsville, Anita Davis of Louisville, Sheila (Eric) McBenge of Brandenburg, & Sylvia (Tim)... Read more »
Mr. Ray Stuber, age 85 of Adair County, formerly of Indiana, passed away Monday at the Golden Living Center-Green Hill. He is survived by his wife: Vivian May Higgason Stuber A daughter and son-in-law: Sally and Ben Bechol of Indiana. A son and... Read more »
CHRISTINE GABEHART, AGE 82, OF MANNSVILLE, DIED MONDAY IN CAMPBELLSVILLE. SHE IS SURVIVED BY ONE SON AND TWO DAUGHTERS: TONY GABEHART AND WIFE, CINDY OF CAMPBELLSVILLE, TERRI GABEHART AND JANET BRADLEY AND HUSBAND, MARK OF MANNSVILLE; ONE SON-IN-LAW, THAD... 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 »
Central Kentucky Arts Series presents "Take Me Home-an evening with the music of John Denver and Emmylou Harris"! Come enjoy performances of great selections written by two of America's best songwriters. The performance will be at the Gheens Recital Hall,... Read more »