Today's Features

  • Amanda Stewart of Taylorsville graduated from Morehead State University with a Master of Arts teaching degree during the 2011 fall commencement ceremony.
    MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity, educational institution.

  • St. Catharine College recently announced the list of students who have achieved extraordinary academic success for the fall 2011 semester. The dean’s list includes all students who had a grade point average of 3.6 - 3.999. The following students were recognized for their academic acheivement:
    Zachery Straton II of Fisherville
    Tiffany Miles of Taylorsville

  • On Friday, Jan. 13, the Spencer County Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 23 new members. The ceremony was led by NHS President Corey Thomas and sponsor Mary Baldock.

    This club is comprised of students that exhibit high scholarship, leadership, character and community service. The ceremony included new members lighting candles from the torch representing the area most significant to their lives and taking a pledge to uphold the high purposes of the club, being loyal to their school and maintaining high standards in their lives.

  • Principal’s Honor Roll
    All A’s
    2nd 9 Weeks

    Ms. Buynak
    Andrew Basham, Cassidy Goss, Emily Hamon, Cody Humphrey, Colton Kessinger.
    Ms. Catlett
    Madison Grubb, Lucas Hornback, Sierra Knapper, Colton Todd, Jamie Wheatley.
    Ms. Tanner
    Nicholas Gray, Sammy Hall, Jacob Shular
    Ms. Hodgens
    Jacob Armstrong, Rosa Corona, Dylan Jarrell, Caden Little, Destiny McDonald, Kaylee Waldridge.
    Mr. Seabolt

  • When I grew up, many times I would hear someone tell something and someone else would respond, “That doesn’t sound right,” and they would call the person “Doubting Thomas.”
    I grew up with “Doubting Thomas,” not knowing it came from the Bible. I believe a lot of people who would use this saying did not know it came from the Bible either.
    In John 14, Jesus told his disciples that he was going away to prepare a place for them and where he was there they could be, also.

  • Do you hold the door for someone following you into a store? Guys, do you step out of the way and let a lady go through the door first? We are in such a hurry we brush past people who are struggling with terrible health issues and who deserve our patience and respect.  Don’t our parents and grandparents deserve a little respect and consideration?

  • Irene Goodall, second from right, celebrated her 90th birthday with family on Jan. 3 in Taylorsville. Goodall has nine children, several grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren.

  • Steve Moss, chair of Seven Counties Services, Inc.’s board of directors, announces the election of John Shindlebower to its board.

    Shindlebower will represent Spencer County on the Seven Counties’ board.
    He is currently the associate director of communications for Sunrise Children’s Services, but has spent nearly 20 years in community journalism as reporter, editor and general manager.

  • Steven and Stephanie Carroll of Mount Eden announce the birth of their daughter, Madison Faith Carroll, on Dec. 22, 2011, at 9:11 p.m.

    She weighed 7 pounds and was 21 inches long.
    Her maternal grandparents are Mike and Cheryl Klotz of Taylorsville.
    Her paternal grandparents are Robert and Tammy Vanderpool of London.
    Great-grandparents are Ben and Carol Fessler of Crestwood, Frederick Klotz III of Taylorsville and Jim and Peggy Allison of Louisville.