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Today's Features

  • Joyce Baxter has been scouring the Internet everyday for jobs since being laid off as a supervisor at American Greeting company last June.

    “I’m not getting any bites,” said the Cox’s Creek woman.

    After two years with the company earning an annual salary of $50,000, Baxter said the loss of employment has reduced her family income by half. Even with her husband taking extra shifts and picking up jobs on the side, it is not even close to what the couple was making before the layoff.

  • From the moment the model stepped on stage there was a buzz in the audience. The strapless, red gown shimmered as the young brunette glided under the spotlights. When she turned in small circles, the delicate beadwork glittered like stardust.

    “Let’s start the bidding at $2,” said Eleschia Murphy. “Okay, I have two, now do I have three?”

  • The only way Jan Milby of Fisherville ever learned to quilt was sitting at a long wooden quilt frame with her mother and grandmother. That’s how she learned as a child. She made her first quilt in 1990-91. It too her that long to hand-stitch it.

    For the past year, she’s been learning to machine quilt.

    “It’s much faster and so fun and rewarding,” she said. “I can quilt a wall and hanging in an afternoon. My goal is to receive a shower or wedding invitation and make a quilt by the time the event happens.”

  • Jesus was no more himself than when he hung on the cross as the Savior of the world.  The seven last sayings of Christ display seven portraits of the God-man.  Our view of Jesus would be incomplete had we not seen these very-different vistas of the Messiah.

    Forgiving Any Sin

    “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” 

  • The Stars were shining brightly on Friday night at the FFA/Dance Team second annual Dancing with the Stars event. 

    Members of the community joined school and district personnel to put on a show that will have the community talking for quite a while. There were twenty one dance performances ranging from swing to hip-hop. The audience was treated to a head spinning Scott Williams, a Michael Jackson moon walking Chuck Adams and two tail-feather shaking Sheriff Steve Coulter and Kyle Bennett to name a few.

  • Good Friday

    Service

    The community-wide Good Friday service will be held at Second Baptist Church Friday at noon. Second Baptist Church is located at 401 Jefferson St., in Taylorsville. Highview Baptist Church Pastor Nick Moore will give the message.

    Family Easter

    Eggstravaganza

  • County clerk

    notice

    The Spencer County Clerk’s office will close at 12 p.m. Friday in observance of Good Friday. Regular hours will resume Monday, April 5.

    Mt. Eden fish fry

    The Mt. Eden Ruritan Club will be hosting their 49th annual fish fry Friday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Guests are invited to dine-in or carry out. Mt. Eden Ruritan Club is located on KY 53 in Mt. Eden.

    Country Ham Breakfast

  • Members of First Baptist Church of Fisherville presented a living interpretation of Leonardo DaVinci’s painting “The Lord and His Twelve Disciples” Sunday night. As the men sat motionless, bathed in a warm yellow light, the choir sang hymns of praise. Before a packed sanctuary, each of the 12 disciples took turns exiting the “painting” to tell the audience about his personal relationship with Christ and their fears of being the one to betray God’s son. “Is it I?” each would ask.

  • Congratulations to the following students who were recognized at Spencer County High School’s 2010 National History Day Competition held on March 16.

     Historical Papers:

    1st place – Lee Borders,

    2nd place – Danielle Curtsinger

    3rd place – Nick Zinner

    4th place – Ryan Conard

     Website:

    1st place – Leah Brown, Spencer Williams, and Chelsea Smith

     Individual Documentary:

    1st place – Shane Greenwell

     Group Documentary:

  • Calling all crafty folks

    The Taylorsville Farmers Market is opening its sales venue one week every month for crafters to sell their wares.  Crafts  would set up in front of the Sanctuary on the third Saturday of each month throughout the market season.  The cost is $10 per table per Saturday and payable to the Taylorsville Farmers Market Inc.  Contact Linda Street 477-2206 if you need more information.

    Candidate forum