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Today's Features

  • The following Spencer County High School students placed at district National History Day competition last month held at the Frazier Historical Arms Museum.  They are all eligible to move on to state competition May 8.

    Historical Paper – Lee Borders, 2nd place and Nick Zinner 4th place

    Individual Documentary – Shane Greenwell – 2nd place

    Group Documentary – Konnor Barlow, Chase Thomas, and Jacob Wertz – 1st place

    Individual Exhibit – Grace Coy – 1st place, Adrian Gregory 4th place

  • There are some mysteries in Taylorsville and Spencer County that could be solved by a few people who are still alive, because they know answers to some pressing questions.

    Wouldn’t it be beneficial to the knowledge of Spencer County history if they would write to Historic Pathways?

    For years, people have told me about a lynching that occurred on the side of the Spencer County Courthouse. I have never seen a published story about such an occurrence.

  • Tens of thousands of prayer events are planned across the country on Thursday, May 6 to honor the annual National Day of Prayer.  In churches, parks and on courthouse steps, citizens will be praying for our nation, government leaders, media, military, schools, churches, businesses and families.

  • The Spencer County Chapter of the Family, Career, Community Leaders of America had their 65th annual state meeting March 29-31. While at the meeting, members attended leadership seminars and listened to great motivational speakers. Members also competed in STAR Events at the meeting.

    STAR event winners included:

    • 3rd Place Sr. Parliamentary Procedure – Alex Poole, Charlotte Arias, Leah Spears, Tiffany Frost, Jayme Thomas, Samantha Barmore, and Heather Helton.

  •  When pictures of school groups are submitted for publication, it proves very difficult to identify the students unless the names are submitted at the same time.

    But with programs like Photoshop, pictures that were well composed and shot with the best equipment of the era, can be enlarged, making recognition of individuals possible.

  • Those who live or travel in Kentucky this summer probably will see purple prisms hanging at least 10 feet above the ground in ash trees. These prisms are traps for the emerald ash borer, a destructive insect that was found in Kentucky during the summer of 2009.  In fact, there have been several that have been installed here in Spencer County again this year.

  • ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

    Spencer County Middle School Assistant Football Coach Tim Meyer offers words of encouragement during a friendly game of tug-of-war last Thursday.  About 50 fifth graders attended the weeklong Grizzly football camp designed to introduce elementary students to middle school football. Participants worked on basic technique, specialized skills and conditioning.

     

  • James 3:3-10 — Behold, we put bits in the horses’ mouths, that they may obey us; and we turn about their whole body. Behold also the ships, which though they be so great, and are driven of fierce winds, yet are they turned about with a very small helm, whithersoever the governor listeth.

  • “I have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself up for me” (Galatians 2:20).

  • 200th anniversary events at Plum Creek Baptist

    Plum Creek Baptist Church is 200 years old! We hope you will join us Sunday for a frontier-style service beginning at 11 a.m. Then at the May 23 service, we welcome everyone to come dressed in the old-fashioned styles of 200 years ago. Our all-day homecoming service with dinner on the grounds will be held June 13. Former pastors and members will be there to celebrate this historic event.

    Gospel sing at the Old Gospel Barn