Today's Features


    The Spencer County Fair Market Lamb Show was held on Friday, July 17 at the Spencer County Fairgrounds. Kyle Wood of Claypool, Indiana served as the judge for the show.

    In the Sr. FFA Showmanship Class Darilyn Browning won 1st, Darilyn was also our Champion FFA Showman. In Jr. FFA Showmanship Briar Honeycutt Placed 1St and Connor Foster also participated in the class. In Jr. 4h Showmanship Sydney Warren Placed 1st. Madison Warren was our Champion Novice Showman.



  • 4-H Arts and Crafts

    JR Folk Art-
    Joshua Sims Blue & 1st
    Michelle Thomas Blue & 2nd
    Sara Curran Blue
    Kennedy Catlett Blue
    Ethan Crider Blue
    Chloe Sims Blue
    Brynn Cooper Blue
    Conner Strothman Blue
    Brynnen Martin Blue

    SR Folk Art-
    Liz Walker Blue & 1st
    Max Dippel Blue & 2nd
    Rebecca Panepinto Blue
    Becca Walker Blue

    JR Weaving-
    Kennedy Catlett Blue & 1st

    SR Weaving-
    Liz Walker Blue & 1st


    Intermediate 4H Showmanship:
    Kelly Baird -1st

    Junior 4-H Showmanship:
    Jackson Baird - 1st
    Haley Butler - 2nd

    Novice Showmanship:
    Shelby Butler
    Evan Butler

    Division: Jersey

    Heifer Classes:
    Junior Calf 1. Haley Butler
    2. Shelby Butler
    3. Evan Butler
    Intermediate Calf 1. Kelly Baird
    2. Jack Baird
    3. Shelby Butler
    Senior Calf 1. Kelly Baird
    2. Evan Butler
    3. Haley Butler
    4. Shelby Butler


    If you’ve been outside over the past few weeks, you’ve no doubt heard the “sweet” sounds of cicadas. Although this is not a year for periodical cicadas (they come out every 13 or 17 years), what you’re hearing are the annual or “dog day” cicadas.

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture Kentucky Farm Service Agency Executive Director John W. McCauley  today announced that an additional 1,100 acres of agricultural land in Kentucky is eligible for funding for wildlife habitat restoration.


    The Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch summer camping program celebrated their 40th consecutive year serving boys and girls across Kentucky. The camp runs throughout June and July, serving both boys and girls, alternately throughout the camp season.

  • Like most Americans, I was very troubled when I heard about the senseless killing of the majestic lion by a dentist from Minnesota. Now don’t get me wrong, this is Kentucky, we hunt, it’s what we do. But somehow, going to a preserve and setting bait, etc, etc, just doesn’t seem very sporting. The country is outraged, and why not?

  • It is amazing what a difference a little shade can make on a hot day. I walk our dog just about every day, usually two or three times a day and lately that has been a hot, hot task. With the sun beating down and temperatures in the 90’s, I know it is uncomfortable for me, but poor Molly (our dog) has to do it in a black fur coat.