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Today's Features

  • Central Kentuckians are probably noticing brown spots and lots of weeds in their lawns. While the area has had above-average rainfall for the year, no significant rainfall has occurred in the past couple of weeks. Mix that with temperatures in the 90s, and that has put stress on grass.

  • FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA

    Green Tobacco – 5 plants per stick – Sarah Perry, Blue, 1st; Matt Recktenwald, Blue, 2nd; Sam Perry, Blue, 3rd; Austin Gibson, Blue, 4th

    Potted Tobacco Plant – Sarah Perry, Blue, 1st; Sam Perry, Blue, 2nd; Matt Recktenwald, Blue, 3rd; Austin Gibson, Blue, 4th.

    Clover or Clover Mix Hay – 20 lb – Matt Recktenwald, Blue, 1st; Austin Gibson, Blue, 2nd.

    Alfalfa Hay – 20 lbs – Sarah Perry, Blue, 1st; Sam Perry, Blue, 2nd; Matt Recktenwald, Blue, 3rd; Austin Gibson, Blue, 4th

  • Knights’ seafood buffet

    The Knights of Columbus will be hosting a seafood buffet Friday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at All Saints Catholic Church, located on Main Cross in Taylorsville.

    Fish fry

    A fish fry dinner will be served at Grace Chapel Friday, August 27 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Grace Chapel is located at 60 Ray Drive in Taylorsville.

  • One existence that cannot be denied, a new sign has just been erected near the Kentucky State Fair and Expo Center and it has the city buzzing. Lifted high above the roadways near the Louisville airport a giant billboard reads: “Don’t believe in God? You are not alone.”

  • The Spencer County Fair 4-H and FFA Hog Show was held July 17 with Warren Beeler, of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, judging.

    There were showmanship classes for all ages, including Novice. 

    In the Junior 4-H class, Courtney Jeffiers placed 1st, Ashley Montgomery placed 2nd, and Tatum Neal also participated. 

    Emily Hume placed 1st in the Junior FFA class, Danielle Montgomery placed 2nd, and Jane Webster took home the 3rd place honor. 

  • The book of Acts is the first gospel of the New Testament church. Today I am going to write many scriptures from the books of Acts on repentance. Most people know that without repentance there is no forgiveness of sin.

    Let’s look at the first sermon Peter preached. When they heard the Lord Jesus Christ preach, they asked Peter what they must do?

    “Then Peter said unto them, repent, and be baptized everyone of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. “ Acts 2:38.

  • The time is ripe for Kentucky cantaloupes and watermelons.  Americans consume about 14 pounds of watermelon a year and about 11 pounds per year for cantaloupes, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. But how do you pick the best ones? 

  • Little Mt. Baptist fall festival

    Little Mount Baptist Church will be holding their annual fall festival Saturday, Sept. 11. Events will begin at 10 a.m. and include horse drawn wagon rides, music, food, yard sale, children’s activities and a live auction.

    Free booth space is available for yard sales and other organizations,’ however, there will be no concession food allowed at booths.

  • The Kentucky Gourd Society hosted teacher Bonnie Gibson on August 4 - 6. Gibson is a self-taught artist living in Arizona who is internationally know for gourd carving. The classes offered were:

    • Power Carving Class, a class for beginner and intermediate gourd carvers

    • River Bed Gourd, where students created recesses in the gourds and added pebbles for a river bed effect

    • Peacock Feather Gourd, where students inset a piece of glass on their gourds and designed a peacock feather around it

  • Chamber luncheon

    How do you turn ordinary products in to super brands?  What are the key components of branding and how can those relate to small businesses?    See what super brands do consistently to communicate their brand story to the public and win loyalty.

    Tomorrow’s Chamber luncheon features Allegra Print & Imaging and discusses what small businesses can learn from the world’s best brands.  The luncheon cost $10 for members, $13 for non-members and will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the chamber building in Taylorsville.