Today's Features

  • I usually drive a big red SUV, but sometimes I think I am in the invisible car. A car pulls up to an intersection and then without a blink just pulls out in front of me like I’m not even there! After my heart attack I wonder why they didn’t see me!So what is the problem? Why don’t people see what is right in front of them? For example you probably didn’t notice the extra “the” in the first sentence of this paragraph. Somehow most of us just skim right over it and never even know it was there.

  • Dear Savvy Senior,What types of amplification products can you recommend to help people with hearing impairment? My 62-year-old husband has some hearing issues, but doesn’t think he needs a hearing aid, so I’m looking for some alternative devices that can help.
    Shouting Spouse

  • What in the world does it mean to play and stay together? Are you telling me that if we play together, we will more than likely stay together for the long haul? Yes I am.


     Pictured are Taylorsville Elementary School’s February Students of the Month. Those selected were Taylor Miles, Malachi Temple, Trenton Lucas, Jude Taylor, Addison Raque and Mary Young. 

  • The following Taylorsville Elementary School students had perfect attendance in February. The students are listed by teacher:
    Ms. Santo: Aiden Bogard, Tylan Haydon, Audri Humphrey and Boston McClain;

    Ms. Sztanya: Shyanne Ashbaugh, Dakota Bishop, Addyson Hardin, Clinton Hutchinson and Sydney Smith;

    Ms. Twyman: Claire Ballard, Adison Barnes, Bayleigh Downs, Elisa Perry, Kyle Poynter, Angel Rubio, Brody Russell and Daniel Stevens;

    Ms. Eye: Casey DeSilvey, Ayvah Hall, Bobby Jo Harris, Emeri Lewis, Lane Prather and Gracie Searcy;

  • Did you know that azaleas and rhododendrons are essentially the same thing? They are both members of the rhododendron genus; they have similar blooms and similar cultural requirements. Some say the primary difference between the two is the number of pollen-bearing stamens: rhododendron have 10 or more per flower and azaleas have only five.

  • Producers should consider supplemental feed to help cattle through the next month to six weeks until grass is growing and is past the “watery” stage. Energy and protein are both crucial.
    Most winters take a toll on cattle, but this winter has been tougher than most. Temperatures have been colder, leading to extended periods of livestock cold stress. Ice and snow cover was relentless and more than most Kentucky beef producers have seen in the past 15 to 20 years.

  • Some of the contents of my files are a mystery to me. I have notes on little pieces of paper that contain names, addresses and phone numbers, or clippings from newspaper that have been in folders for years I can’t scratch my head too much trying to remember who some of the people were or why I saved their addresses or phone numbers because my hair is too thin and it would be dangerous. Some of them aren’t too difficult to decipher, however.

  • 60 years agoMarch 25, 1954
    The number of chicks produced by commercial hatcheries during February was the largest of record for the month, the Crop Reporting Board Reports.
    Production during February totaled 190,983,000 chicks compared with 170,191,000 a year ago and the 1948-52 average of 146,187,000 chicks. The previous high hatch for the month was 190,390,000 chicks produced in February, 1952.

  •   The Spencer County Preschool celebrated Read Across America March 3-7, which recognizes Dr. Seuss’ birthday.