Today's Features

  • We are living in a time in America when our leaders do not look at the word of God.
    2 Timothy 4:3 says, “For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they reap to themselves teachers, having itching ears.”
    Doesn’t this sound like some national politicians today? Each one tells us that they have the answer to bring us out of the depression we are in.

  • Melissa Iannuzzi and Chris Coyle, both of Taylorsville, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

  • “Problem with hiring me?” I repeated, hoping I didn’t sound as shaky as I felt.

  • Halloween is right around the corner, so it is time to carve out a spooky plan for your celebration. Whip up this ghoulish graveyard goody for the kids (or the kids at heart) in your house.

    Spooky Graveyard Pie
    Makes 8 servings

    3 cups (about 32 cookies) finely ground chocolate sandwich cookie crumbs, divided
    3 tablespoons melted butter
    1 can (12 fl. oz.) evaporated Milk
    2 large egg yolks
    2 tablespoons cornstarch
    1 3/4 cups (11.5-oz. pkg.) milk chocolate morsels

  • Preparing delicious comfort food that will welcome everyone to the table is easy if you incorporate ingredients commonly found in your freezer and pantry.
    This recipe for Polish Shepherd’s Pie is a brand new version of the popular dish from across the pond. It replaces mashed potatoes with frozen pierogies, whipped potatoes lovingly folded into a pasta shell.
    — Courtesy of Family Features
    Polish Shepherd’s Pie
    Serves 6

    1 (16-ounce) box of Potato & Cheddar Pierogies

  • Why do we do the things we do? Why do we struggle, for instance, finding real, close friends? These are questions which often don’t bring the answers we desire.
    Dr. Kevin Leman and co-author, Randy Carlson, present this topic in an excellent, practical, easy-to-read book entitled, “Unlocking The Secrets of your Childhood Memories” (pub. 1989). Much of this week’s topic will reflect on the teaching presented in this book, along with an example from my private practice over the past 40 years, along with a personal example from my own life.

  • From basement to storefront, ToyTopia’s story of success is one unique in Taylorsville, and the service it provides is unique, as well.

  • Past and present Spencer County residents have heard the name Curtis Ochs for a long time. The current Curtis has served off and on as county land surveyor for years. His father, also Curtis Ochs, held the same position.

  • Taylorsville residents Taylor Tolle and Ann Patton Schubert have both entered beef cattle in the upcoming North American International Livestock Exposition, to be held Nov. 5-18 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.
    According to a NAILE news release, Schubert has entered seven head of Angus in the beef division and Tolle entered two Maine-Anjou, one Steen and one Chianna in the beef division.