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Today's Features

  • SCMS Parent Involvement Night rescheduled

  • The Salt River Strutters chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation presented a $250 check in support of Spencer County 4-H Shooting Sports. Pictured at left are: Mary Bramer and her daugher Samantha accepting the award on behalf of 4-H. At right is Salt River Strutters Chapter President Ernie Ryles.

  • The cost of food in America remains affordable.

    American consumers spend, on average, just over 10 percent of their disposable income for food, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service.

    That means the average household will have earned enough disposable income – that portion of income available for spending or saving – to pay for its annual food supply in about seven weeks, said Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney.

  • Parents of rising eighth through eleventh graders are encouraged to attend the Spencer County High School Scheduling Showcase Monday, March 8 between the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Early sign up for classes will allow students to receive first priority in scheduling. Please note that parent signature/permission is required in order to register.

  • Most people would not jump into the Ohio River in freezing temperatures during February.  However, a few choose to do this every year, and among them this year were eleven residents of Spencer County.

    This brave group of polar bears took the Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics of Kentucky.  Altogether, they raised $3185.  A mix of family and friends, coaches and teachers were eager to help with supporting this organization.

  • Free small business counseling

    In partnership with the Small Business Development Center, the Chamber of Commerce is able to bring members free, personalized, one-on-one business counseling.

    This event will take place Monday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the  Chamber of Commerce building.

    Consultations are private and on a first come-first serve basis so sign up today by emailing clewis@tpbtaylorsville.com or calling Cara Lewis at 477-2244.

    Job fairs

  • Tiger Woods is not the only person in the public eye who has been involved in a scandalous affair; and yet with the insurmountable media coverage that has been given his recent situation, he has been placed under the giant lens of a multi-national microscope where his sins have been exposed for the world to see.

  • Katie O’Grady, Brayden Morrow, Steven Moran and Calvin Vannatta had the distinct honor in representing Spencer County and Kentucky 4-H during the Katie O’Grady, Brayden Morrow, Steven Moran and Calvin Vannatta had the distinct honor in representing Spencer County and Kentucky 4-H during the Western National Roundup Meats Judging Contest in Denver Colorado January 10.  Katie O’Grady placed 19th in Identification; Calvin Vannatta placed 20th in Placing; and as a team they placed 9th in the contest.  Connie Jeffiers, Coach, and Tracy O’Grad

  • It was the roaring 20s and prices were down right cheap compared to the present, as you’d expect.

    Take, for instance, the prices 89 years ago at Wakefield in Spencer County where J.M. Rogers, M.H. Briggs and F.J. Donovan were operating a general merchandise store.

      They advertised the “Highest Price Paid For Country Produce.”

    Warren G. Harding was inaugurated March fourth, 1921 as the 29th President of the U.S. and a fire bug burned down a barn on the James Heady Wakefield farm a year later.

  • Free dinner and singing

    Brush Arbor Ministries will be hosting a free chili supper and gospel sing in the chamber building March 6 at 6 p.m. This event is open to the community. For more information, call Rex at (502) 747-5428.

    Free gospel sing

    A gospel sing will be held Saturday at the Old Gospel Barn, located at 11286 Louisville Rd. in Cox’s Creek beginning at 7:30 p.m. The featured act will be Hart and Soul Trio followed by The Cumboes and more. Admission is free and everybody is welcome.