There have been a lot of great things to take place in the last two plus years in Campbellsville. Things like city updates and beautification…improvements to emergency medical response…a new one-million gallon water storage tower…and so much more. Several things that you’ve probably noticed…and some things you might not be aware of yet. So we’ve created a video to inform you and to highlight some of these great new features.
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A big “Thank You!” to Marcus James for leading the City Council in the Pledge of Allegiance at the Council meeting last night. Marcus is the 7 year old son of Franky and Carrie James and is in the 1st Grade at Taylor Co Elementary School
Fire department promotions were made at last night’s city council meeting. Engineers Steve Marrs, Tony Grider, and Chris Taylor were promoted to the rank of Captain. Family members of each were on hand to participate in the ceremony. Congratulations to these individuals on their promotions!
Cee Cee Creech led the pledge at the City Council Meeting last night and was recognized for her generosity and efforts in helping the victims of the Joplin, MO tornado by knitting elephants. Like she says, ” sometimes a little elephant can make a big difference!”