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Today's Features

  • Dear Savvy Senior
    What happens to a person’s debt after they die? At age 78, I have accumulated quite a bit of credit card and medical debt over the past few years and am concerned about leaving my son and daughter with a big bill after I die. What can you tell me?
    Old and Broke

    Dear Old,
    In most cases when a person with debt dies, it’s their estate, not their kids that’s legally responsible. Here’s how it works.

  • In addressing your own problems, try to finish these sentences as honestly as you can. Each sentence relates to what usually happens when you attempt to resolve conflict:
    •When we argue, I usually...
    •When we disagree and I feel I have lost, I usually...
    •When we disagree and I feel I have won, I usually...
    •The way our arguments usually end up for me is...

  • How do you get more of nature’s antioxidant superfruit into your daily diet? Fill your freezer with delicious frozen-fresh Wild Blueberries. These little blue powerhouses from Maine and Canada have superior antioxidant capacity compared with other fruits and veggies. They’re just as healthy as fresh and may even retain their nutritional value longer. Best of all, they’re available in your grocer’s frozen fruit section year-round, making this tasty little superfruit super convenient.

  • Rep. Brad Montell, R-Shelbyville (58th District), recently hosted Corey Thomas, a senior at Spencer County High School, for a two-day mentoring program with the Kentucky House of Representatives in Frankfort for the 2012 Legislative Session. Thomas, the son of Charlie and Cindy Thomas, is a Governor’s Scholar and has applied for consideration as a McConnell Scholar with the University of Louisville.

  • Oder awarded Eastern Kentucky University Regents Scholarship
    Hundreds of incoming freshmen and transfer students already have accepted merit-based scholarships to attend Eastern Kentucky University.
    Merritt Oder, a Spencer County High School student, was awarded a Regents Scholarship.
    Students who qualify for merit-based scholarships have until May 1 to accept them, Morris said. (Additional scholarship recipients will be announced later.)

  • During the week of Feb. 27 to March 2, Spencer County High School first period students were “at war” — war against cystic fibrosis that is.
    In his service project for the National Honor Society, Cory Howard challenged students to bring coins in each day to donate to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for the treatment and race for a cure of the disease.

  • Spencer County High School senior Lindsey Matherly gives an interview about her senior project and her course load at the Spencer County Board of Education’s March meeting. Matherly discussed what life is like for a senior who works part-time, takes advanced placement classes and still attempts to have a social life. Board members Shannon Medley and Scott Travis listen as Matherly discusses her goals and what drives her to overachieve.

  • Superintendent Chuck Adams recognizes Spencer County High School Office Manager Stephanie Skinner, who received the Going the Distance Award for March.

    The award recognizes someone in the district that has gone above and beyond their required duties in the name of improving the school district.