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ONE PERSON WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL AFTER A TWO CAR CRASH ON THE HIGHWAY 210 BY-PASS IN CAMPBELLSVILLE FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2nd. ACCORDING TO CAMPBELLSVILLE POLICE A 2004 PONTIAC OPERATED BY 69 YEAR OLD BARBARA WILLIS OF CAMPBELLSVILLE COLLIDED WITH A 2004 LINCOLN... Read more »
ONE PERSON WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL AFTER A THREE VEHICLE ACCIDENT THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 1st, ON GREENSBURG ROAD IN THE LIMITS OF CAMPBELLSVILLE. ACCORDING TO CAMPBELLSVILLE POLICE ALL THREE WERE TRAVELING IN THE SAME DIRECTION WHEN A 2011 CHEVROLETAUTOMOBILE... Read more »
ONE PERSON WAS TAKEN TO A LEXINGTON HOSPITAL AFTER BEING INVOLVED IN A TWO VEHICLE CRASH IN CASEY COUNTY, THURSDAY DECEMBER 1st. ACCORDING TO KENTUCKY STATE POICE THAT ACCIDENT HAPPENED WHEN A 2016 GMC SPORT UTILITY VEHICLE OPERATED BY 62 YEAR OLD PAMELA S. HOWARD OF... Read more »
Green County Dragons and Lady Dragons head next door to Adair County Friday night to take on the Indians and Lady Indians in a round-ball double-header. Lady Dragons' game is first with tip off at 6:30PM eastern, pregame at 6:15. The Dragon match-up with the Indians... Read more »
The Taylor County Cardinals will trip to North Laurel County Friday night to face off against the Jaguars in High School Basketball action. Game scheduled for 6PM eastern with pregame beginning at 5:45PM on Q104. You can also listen online at... Read more »
Taylor County Lady Cards Basketball will host the Lady Eagles from Fort Knox, Thursday night on Q104. Pregame starts around 5:45 eastern with tipoff scheduled for 6PM. Follow all the action on Q104 or online at... Read more »
Mr. Clifford Henry Patton, 75, of Campbellsville, KY, died on November 29, 2016 at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville, KY. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth Patton of Campbellsville, KY; two sons, Clifford Helm of Stanford, KY and Clifford Patton of... Read more »
JAMES R. CAULK, AGE 86, OF FINLEY, DIED WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, IN LEBANON. HE IS SURVIVED BY TWO SONS: JAMES R. CAULK, JR. AND KEITH ALLEN CAULK OF INDIANA; FIVE GRANDCHILDREN; ONE SISTER, SHIRLEY ANN CAULK OF LEBANON. FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE... Read more »
Evey Burris , age 93 of Campbellsville, died Wednesday, November 30, 2016 in Campbellsville. She is survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Sharon and Gilbert Clark of Campbellsville; three granddaughters: Shannon Cornett and husband, Dean and Merica Gowin and... Read more »
The Campbellsville University School of Music presents the 12th annual Christmas Tapestry - an evening of Christmas music to kick off the Christmas season. This free event is open to all. This year's Christmas Tapestry is Friday, December 2nd at 7:00 pm at... Read more »
Citizen's Bank and Trust will presents a Christmas concert with Linkin' Bridge, an cappella group from Louisville, Kentucky and finalist on NBC's America's Got Talent, Saturday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. in Ransdell Chapel General Admission is $20. Meet and Greet is $60... Read more »
The Central Kentucky Arts Series presents "Messiah Sing" at the First United Methodist Church in downtown Campbellsville! Commonwealth musicians will join music students from both Lindsey Wilson College and Campbellsville University as both choir and audience... Read more »
CONGRATULATIONS TO HUNTER WILLIS! He was our big winner in our Charlie Daniels 80th Birthday Volunteer Jam contest! One of the biggest events in Nashville this season, the Volunteer Jam will feature Chris Stapleton, Kid Rock, Larry the Cable Guy, 3 Doors Down, Luke... Read more »