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Today's Features

  • The University of Louisville Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research has demonstrated a way to extract energy out of water vapor using the power of the sun, according to published research.

    There are potential implications not only for coastal regions with shortages of fresh water, such as California, but also for the Ohio River, said Andrew Marsh, assistant director of the Conn Center.

  • Thousands of volunteers with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Adopt-a-Highway program will give the state's roadsides a “Spring Clean” during the first cleanup outing of 2016 from March 28 to April 3.

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    The community gathered last Friday for the annual Good Friday Services, hosted this year by the Second Baptist Church on Jefferson Street. The event is coordinated by the Spencer County Ministerial Association and is an opportunity for Christians in the community to gather in one place to worship and remember the death of Christ. The Ministerial Association also held a Community Sunrise Service on Sunday morning at Elk  Creek Baptist Church.

  • We live in a windy spot. It seems like the wind is always blowing here. And our house likes to moan in the wind. I’m sure some people don’t like the sound, but I do. The wind blows and whistles by and here I am all snug and safe in the house.

  • Revival at First Baptist Church with Bro. Patrick Nix

    First Baptist Church of Taylorsville is hosting its annual spring revival April 3-6, featuring guest pastor and former Taylorsville resident, Bro. Patrick Nix. Nix is a graduate of Crown College and began his ministry as an assistant pastor at Shawnee Baptist Church in Louisville. While there, the church planted Lighthouse Baptist Church in Spencer County where Nix pastored for 14 years. He now serves as the Ministries Director and co-pastor at The Church at Grace Park in Whitehouse, Tennessee.

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    Weather may not be the easiest thing to predict, but for two Spencer County High School graduates, forecasting their futures has gotten a bit simpler now that they’ve both landed on the air as television meteorologists.

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    The small wood-framed building on Main Cross in Taylorsville has been a center of learning since it was constructed in 1909. For most of its existence, it housed the public library. Today, it’s home to the Spencer County Adult Education Center, and its purpose is to help boost educational opportunities for adults who dream of bigger and better things for their lives.

    The center helped Angelina Rocca-Leezer achieve her dream of becoming a licensed cosmetologist.

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    Day by day, Madisyn Caudill gets out of bed, goes to school and does her best to earn good grades, which sounds unremarkable until you imagine yourself in her place.

    If savoring one more year with school friends and nailing down college plans are hallmarks of a typical Spencer County High School senior, Madisyn is typical. But Madisyn isn’t typical.

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    A new restaurant aspiring to get you hooked again on your Southern favorites is slated to open by the end of April in a prominent space in Elk Creek.

    Legacy Casual Dining will replace Scott’s Sports Cafe, which closed in January along with the adjoining Elk Creek Grocery at 4881 Taylorsville Road. The new restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, with both counter and table service available.

    A grand opening is set for April 30.