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Today's Features

  • I use the King James Version Bible. This year was the 400th anniversary. The reason I use it is I trust the people who translated it 400 years ago more than I do the people who come out with all of the new versions today.
    Today, I would like to write about one of the 10 commandments, which is sinned against more in our country that any other. I really believe this.
    First of all, I want you to look at 1 John 2:4: “He that saith, I know him, and keepeth not his commandments is a liar, and the truth is not in him.”

  • Madolyn Bennett served as a floor page for State Representative Brad Montell in the Kentucky House of Representatives on February 18. Madolyn is a tenth grade student at Spencer County High School. She is a daughter of Karen Florence and Mark Bennett.

  • Christina Shawver, a student at Spencer County High School, will participate in the 2011 U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar program in Annapolis, Md., the academy announced in a news release.

  • Spencer County High School was represented by 25 students at the Regional National History Day Competition held Saturday, March 26 at the Frazier International History Museum.  The following students placed high enough to move on to state competition on April 30 at the Kentucky History Center in Frankfort.
    Senior Group Documentary
    1st place – Allen Oder and Joseph Snider “The Napster Debate.”
    2nd place – Heidi Arbuckle and Tevis DeZern “The New Deal”

  • Wendy Stidham, a daughter of Chuck and Gina Stidham, was named to the University of Louisville’s fall 2010 dean’s list with a 3.94 GPA for the semester.
    She is a sophomore marketing major with an entrepreneurship minor in the College of Business.
    Stidham is also an active member in U of L’s marching band, honors program, Honors Scholars Program, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key International Honor Society.
     

  • Air Force Airman Joshua T. Lee recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.

    He is a son of Douglas and Deborah Lee of Old Briar Ridge Road in Mount Eden. Lee graduated in 2010 from Spencer County High School in Taylorsville.
     

  • Dianne Sheeley was recently elected treasurer of the Spencer County Democratic Party.

  • Minnie Naive taught 10 people how to bake yeast breads in an SOS class on Tuesday, March 22. She demonstrated 3 different kinds of bread at various stages.

    Naive has taught yeast breads as an SOS classes 4 times over the years. This year, she saw that it was a requested class and volunteered to teach it again.
    “I enjoy making bread, and it’s one class I knew I could teach!” said Naive.

  • The Patchworkers Quilt Guild, a Spencer County Homemakers club, participated in the Quilters’ Day Out on March 12 in Louisville.