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Today's News

  • Local students named to Campbellsville dean’s list

    The academic honors’ dean’s list for the Fall 2017 semester was announced by Dr. Donna Hedgepath, Campbellsville University’s provost and vice president for academic affairs.

  • NCATC names January Students of the Month
  • First Bankers Trust hires Steven Gray

    First Bankers Trust Company, a division of Town & Country Bank and Trust Co. of Bardstown, recently announced the hiring of Steven Gray, CFA, as senior portfolio manager and director of investment research.

    As senior portfolio manager and director of research Gray oversees the company’s investment portfolios and the development of additional investment solutions.

  • PHOTO: Green Beret speaks to DAR
  • Town & Country hires Alcorn-Wimpsett as product marketing manager

    Town & Country Bank and Trust Co. announces the hiring of Elizabeth Alcorn-Wimpsett as product marketing manager.

    Prior to joining the bank, Alcorn-Wimpsett worked as a marketing strategist for Centers Social in Bardstown, and in banking as a loan clerk and teller.

    She received her bachelor of science in business administration with a major in marketing from Sullivan University in 2017.

  • Jail logs, Feb. 9-13

    Curtis Lee St. Clair, 30, fourth-degree assault.

    William Lance Foster, 31, shoplifting.

    Michael T. Inghram, 48, failure to appear (2017 traffic case).

    Jackie Edward Allen III, 37, public intoxication by a controlled substance excluding alcohol.

    Justin Blease Brown, 31, non-payment of fines, receiving stolen property under $10,000 (both 2018 criminal case).

    Erin Louise Karr, 28, non-payment of fines (2017 traffic case).

    Diana Sue Curtsinger, 26, non-payment of fines (2017 traffic case).

  • Car crashes into house Monday evening on Ky. 245

    Lisa Martinez was lying in bed and had just switched off her TV Monday night when she found her dresser on top of her.

    The renter said she was also covered with parts of her house and the car that struck it.

    Fortunately, she was not injured, but the driver of the car was.

    The accident happened about 7:22 p.m. on Ky. 245.

  • Deputies injured attempting to stop fleeing suspect

    Two Nelson County sheriff’s deputies sustained minor injuries Monday while apprehending a suspect in a burglary investigation.

    Officers got a call around 11:30 a.m. that there was a burglary in progress at 3104 Plantation Circle in Bardstown. When they arrived, they found Zachery Levi Perkins, 28, of Bardstown in a car outside that address and confirmed that he had an active felony warrant for probation violation.

  • PHOTO: Dancing with daddy
  • ‘A cornerstone of the community’

    The crowd gathered at Kreso’s Restaurant on Third Street Saturday night was a testament to the impact “The Stephen Foster Story” has made on the community and on the state. As the Beautiful Dreamer Ball celebrated the diamond anniversary season, it also raised funds for the Stephen Foster Drama Association at a crucial time.

    “It’s just incredible to have this kind of support,” said Managing Artistic Director Johnny Warren as he addressed the event’s large audience. “You guys being here tonight, it means so much.”