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Today's Features

  • Andrea Renee Hopkins was recently welcomed as the fifth generation on both sides of her mother’s family.

  • By Todd Martin, Landmark News Service

    The United States Postal Service says it is in dire financial straights.

    Late last year it announced the closing of nearly 500 post offices and now nearly 2,000 more could be lost.

    A Wall Street Journal report was picked up by several other national media outlets as the news spread early this week.
    “It’s a scary thought, but I don’t have any more information than what they said on the radio,” Finchville Postmaster Sharadon Snowden said.

  • The following Taylorsville Elementary School students were named to the GREATS list for the second nine-weeks grading period.

    The students showed exemplary behavior through the entire second nine weeks. The students are listed by their teacher’s

    last name:
    CUNDIFF: Lily Beswick, Paul Cordonnier, Alan Maddox, Taylor Rogers, Mackenzie Sego, Madison Upchurch

    SWEAZY: Faithe Foltman, Conner Hasfurder, Ferseis Muenzeberg, Teddi Parks, Annie Grace Riggs, Kyle Vest

  • The Spencer County Board of Education is asking for nominations of good candidates to serve on its planning committee.

    District Operations Director Brett Beaverson said two members recently resigned from the committee, which helps research and plan future district building projects.

    Nominees should be a community and/or business leader. Nominations must include the nominees name, contact information and a letter of interest, stating nominee’s qualifications.

  • The Spencer County High School student of the week for Jan. 24-28 is junior Corey Thomas.

    Thomas plans to attend the University of Louisville where he wants to study law and eventually be a viable candidate for president of the United States. His inspirations include his grandfather and past president Ronald Reagan.

    Outside of school, Thomas enjoys watching sports and FOX news. He describes himself as confident and would one day like to visit Germany.

  • By Patrick Nix, Pastor, Lighthouse Baptist Church

    Exodus 3:1-4:17 records the calling of Moses. The burning bush experience was one of revelation of God as the Great I Am to a reluctant leader. The key to understanding this passage is: trust! God believed in Moses as his man – and Moses needed to learn to trust God wholly – and the people of God would grow in their faith, too. God doesn’t call us to tasks too difficult for him. Oftentimes, what the Lord asks of us is nearly impossible to us, but not for him!

  • By Pastor Jon Rohr of Plub Creek Baptist Church

    Many of the blessings in life are easy to see, and many we take for granted. Perhaps you have heard the hymn, “Count Your Blessings.” You know how it goes, “Count your blessings name them one by one...” From time to time I have challenged churches and groups to make a list of 100 blessings and then to thank the Lord for them. You might even try it this week. With a list that long, you will get past the things everybody says, like friends and family.

  • Illustrator Ed Gamble takes a look this week at middle-eastern countries demanding democracy.

  • Why are the ladies of EveryBody's Fitness Healthy Heroes? Bridey Kurtz, Amanda Truitt, Tonya Deetch, Lori Brock and Nina Gazerro are the instructors at EveryBody's Fitness. They all have been active in fitness for many years and continue to teach fitness for their love of it and to promote healthy lifestyles. The ladies have participated in numerous Spencer County events. Their combination of dedication to promote healthy lifestyles to the community and outgoing selfless attitudes toward helping others makes them perfect examples of Healthy Heroes.