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Today's Features

  • Gene Weis is available to assist Spencer County schools, students, parents and groups that want help with college planning.
    He is available year-round to provide free higher education and financial aid assistance. Weis can lead students in career exploration activities, assist with the admissions application process, help students explore scholarship opportunities and other funding options, guide families through submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and increase motivation for at-risk students.

  • Lessons from 1 John chapter 1 and 2:
    Picture a new mom and dad in the delivery room after the birth of their first child. The baby is placed in her arms and she holds the baby close.
    She reaches down and caresses the baby’s cheek. The dad holds out his finger and the baby curls its tiny little fingers around it. What wonderful experience involving good touch.

  • In our Bible study on Thursday nights, we are currently studying the book of Revelation. Although we’ve just begun, the journey is already intense. This last week we were looking at the church of the Laodiceans. This is a church most of us are all familiar with. Why? Because it’s so much describes the way our church is today. Read what John says in Revelation 3:14-17:

  • Have you seen the ads yet?  Heard the interviews?  The political season has started again. Between the state elections this year and the national elections next year the TV and radio stations are probably already counting up all the profit from attack ads.

  • Knights of Columbus Chicken Dinner
    The Knights of Columbus - All Saints Council in Taylorsville invites you to an all-you-can-eat chicken dinner the third Sunday of each month from 12 to 2 p.m. Proceeds go to the All Saints Council of the Knights of Columbus to fund their charitable work. The dinner menu includes roasted chicken, side items, dessert and drink. Prices range from $9 for adult, $8 for seniors, $4.50 for children 4-12, and children 3 and under are free. Eight-piece boxes of chicken available to go for $10.

  • Louisville, KY ­— As the annual Earth Day celebration returns and encourages communities across the country to applaud their local environmental champions, perhaps the search needs not extend further than the nearest family farm.
    The men and women tending to Kentucky’s 77,000 farms are committed to preserving the state’s land and water for a healthy return on the seeds they sow and the livestock they raise — for today and generations yet to come.

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    Spencer County High School FFA member Baileigh Bogard stands with a farmscape she displayed at Nelson County High School last month, which won first place. She and fellow SCHS student Barry Campbell have entered a number of contests and will put their displays to the test in Shelby County this coming weekend. Bogard said her involvement in FFA has had a great impact on her the last three years and she hopes to pursue a career in farming here in Spencer County.

  • How do precipitation and temperature affect plants?
    Well, in every way possible. Excessive precipitation, especially in poorly-drained soils, can restrict oxygen intake by roots. Oxygen is vital for all other processes to occur that impact growth and vigor. In years where we have experienced excessively wet springs, we typically see stunting and yellowing in herbaceous plants.

  • A Reading from Saint Mark 16:1-8

  • In John 8:32, Jesus said his infamous words, “You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.” He was challenged by the leaders of that time. They didn’t believe they were enslaved by anyone or anything. So they questioned His statement.