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Today's News

  • 4-25-18 Pet of the Week
  • Circuit clerk inspires others through lifesaving organ donation

    Every April, the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust for Life along with the entire United States celebrate National Donate Life Month. This is a time to focus national and local attention on every individual’s power to make life possible by registering his or her decision to be an organ and tissue donor and learning more about living donation.

  • Nashville recording artist sings about Cornbread Mafia and Kentucky Girl

    Nashville recording artist Sweepy Walker is not just the grandson of beloved Grand Ole Opry legend Billy Walker (“Charlie’s Shoes” and “A Million and One,” among many others), but he’s also and accomplished entertainer and singer-songwriter on his own accord, recording and playing with many notables such as Willie Nelson, Billy Don Burns, Montgomery Gentry, Gretchen Wilson, Trick Pony, and Brandy Clark.
    Now, Sweepy has written and recorded a number of songs about Central Kentucky and some of the people here.

  • Significant accomplishments of the 2018 session

    While many in Frankfort and the media focused on a select few issues this session, there were many other successes of the General Assembly in 2018.

    I was proud to support initiatives that truly put some of the most vulnerable members of our society first, including children, law enforcement, and the unborn.

  • Central Kentucky Community Action Council, Inc. explains the use of the TriCounty United Way funds

    The Lebanon Enterprise recently published the TriCounty United Way allocations for 2018 for Central Kentucky Community Action Council, Inc. These funds are generated through voluntary payroll deductions from the employees of local businesses.

  • Lady Knights to face Nelson and Casey counties

    Even though Marion County’s 10-game win streak ended on Friday in a 2-1 loss to North Hardin, the Lady Knights are proving they can make some noise within the Fifth Region. Marion County is currently 10-3, giving them the second best win percentage in the region behind Green County (11-3). Hart County (9-3) is third while Central Hardin (14-6) is fourth.

  • Knights look to extend winning streak

    The Marion County Knights felt good snapping a five-game skid on Thursday in Columbia. They felt really good after two wins in Shepherdsville to get them on a three-game winning streak.

    “They are starting to realize their true potential and if we can maintain that and build upon that, we can be very successful,” Marion County Head Coach Patrick Campbell said.

  • Thrilling moments

    There are two sides to every game: the winning side and the losing side. No two wins - or two losses - are the same. Some are blowouts, with the outcome decided long before the game’s end. Others are closely contested contests, with the outcome hanging in the balance for most of the game.

  • Fans will like energy that commit Ashton Hagans will bring to UK

    Rivals.com basketball recruiting writer Krysten Peek believes that Georgia five-star guard Ashton Hagans has one quality Kentucky fans are going to really like.

    “One thing that definitely stands out to me is Ashton doesn't take games off. He plays hard all the time and kind of reminds me of (Alabama point guard) Collin Sexton that way,” Peek said. “He just loves the game and wants to win every time he steps on the court. 

  • Hosparus Health offers free volunteer training May 15-16

    Hosparus Health of Green River needs volunteers in Adair, Green, Hart, Marion, Metcalfe, Taylor and Washington counties, as well as volunteers to work in its Thrift Shoppe located at 1488 Old Lebanon Road, Suite B, Campbellsville and will offer free trainings in May. Both trainings will be held at the Hosparus Health Campbellsville office, 295 Campbellsville Bypass (behind Coltons).
    • Patient/Family Support: Wednesday, May 16, 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • Thrift Shoppe: Tuesday, May 15, from 9 a.m. to noon