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Today's Features

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    Singers, musicians and others representing numerous churches in Spencer County, joined their talents this weekend to present the annual Tree of Life at Taylorsville First Baptist Church.

    The annual event, directed again this year by Joy Thompson, brings volunteers from various churches together to share the Christmas story in song. The church was packed for several shows all weekend, with Sunday evening’s 8 p.m. final performance attracting a standing room only crowd with spectators from all around.

  • Mid-Week Advent services at Risen Lord Lutheran Church

    Risen Lord Lutheran Church is having a mid-week advent service on Wednesdays starting at 7 p.m. with a soup supper prior to the service starting at 6 p.m. Risen Lord Lutheran is located at 5138 Taylorsville Road, Taylorsville.  If you have any questions, please contact the church at 477-6557.

  • Tickets now on sale for annual Community Tree of Life

    Tickets are on sale for the annual “Community Tree of Life” Christmas musical presentation which depicts the Biblical story of  the birth and life of Christ.

  • I know it isn’t even December yet, but do you feel it?  The holiday season is upon us in full strength.  Some TV networks are running Christmas programming 24 hours a day.  The stores have had trees and decorations up since before Halloween.  I’m exhausted already.

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    Volunteers from at least six different churches took part in serving the Community Thanksgiving Meal on Wednesday evening at Taylorsville Community Church. The free meal featured turkey and all the trimmings and was an outreach effort by the area churches.

  • The holiday season is well under way. Many of you enjoyed a bountiful Thanksgiving feast with your loved ones and will do so again during Christmas and New Year’s Day.

  • It is hard to believe that the holiday season is upon us. I have family visiting for Christmas, so this means a bigger tree than normal; if you are going to travel to come see us, this is the least I can do. Plus, it is fun to find the “perfect” tree that fits your space and holds precious ornaments with style.

  • Once autumn leaves have fallen, mistletoe becomes highly visible on large trees throughout Kentucky. Phoradendron, the scientific name for Kentucky’s most common variety of this parasitic plant, means tree thief. These small leafy plants are commonly found on twigs and branches of many hardwood species in the southern United States. Mistletoe extracts—steals— water, mineral elements and food from tree hosts; hence the name.

  • It that time of year when talk turns to turkeys. Technically, there is only one breed of turkey, with several varieties, although many people incorrectly refer to these varieties as breeds.

    Turkeys are raised only for meat. They are not raised for egg production, as with chickens, ducks and quail. As a result, turkeys do not produce very many eggs.

    The most common type of commercial turkey raised in the United States is the Broad-Breasted White. It has a larger breast than the other varieties of turkeys.