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  • City police investigating break-ins and gun thefts

    Taylorsville Police are investigating two break-ins and two gun thefts reported within a five-day period in late June and early July. Police believe the crimes may be related, but so far, no arrests have been made, Maj. Kenny Stewart said.

    Police were called June 27 to Snappy Tomato Pizza in Taylorsville, where someone had broken the windows and entered the restaurant. Then that night, another break-in occurred at the concession stand at the youth football field, which is located just west of Washington Street and north of Odell Court.

  • Concern about road access to new school

    The Taylorsville City Commission has passed a resolution asking the state to address concerns about the planned entrance to the new Taylorsville Elementary School off Highway 44.

    Under the existing plan, cars and buses will access the school via Highview Drive, a relatively narrow, two-lane road that is already lined with homes and serves the Highview Estates subdivision.

  • Riley seeks to revisit fee-pooling

    Questions raised by Spencer County Clerk Lynn Hesselbrock about available funds for her department’s salaries led Judge-Executive John Riley to toss out the idea of abandoning fee-pooling for both the Clerk and Sheriff’s office during Wednesday’s meeting of the fiscal court.

  • County Fair begins Friday

    If you like watching things get destroyed, you’ll be in luck this year at the Spencer County Fair. Set to kick off this Friday and Saturday and continue all next week, the fair will include a demolition derby for the first time in at least 20 years. The event is scheduled for Saturday evening.

    “Over the last couple years, we’ve had several people ask about doing a demolition derby,” said Dwight Martin, president of the Spencer County Fair Board.

  • FFA team places 5th in Scotland

     

    FFA students have again represented Spencer County and Kentucky at an international level. Marissa Allen, Tanner Goodlett, Jacob Whitely and Ryan Linton traveled in June to Edinburgh, Scotland, where they placed fifth out of 15 teams in a dairy judging competition.

  • Wall at 31E overlook in bad repair

     

  • Judge Kramer joins Court of Appeals

     

    Judge Joy A. Kramer of Northern Kentucky was sworn in last week as chief judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals for a term beginning July 1. Judge Kramer was sworn in by current Chief Judge Glenn E. Acree in the courtroom of the Court of Appeals building in Frankfort.

    Judge Kramer was elected by her fellow Court of Appeals judges to serve as chief judge. The chief judge provides administrative oversight to the Court of Appeals and serves in the position for a four-year term under the Kentucky Constitution.

  • State sees a $49 million revenue surplus

    Kentucky taxes generated $49 million in surplus revenues over what was anticipated in the state budget for the fiscal year that ended at midnight June 30.

    The Office of State Budget Director reported Monday that revenues to the state's General Fund grew for the sixth consecutive fiscal year in 2015-16 and topped $10 billion for the first time.

    Revenues to the General Fund grew by 3.7 percent over the previous fiscal year. That produced the $49 million surplus, because only 3.2 percent growth was anticipated in the state budget.

  • What’s happening - Week of July 6, 2016

    Spencer County GOP meeting

    The Spencer County GOP will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, July 14 at the Farm Bureau meeting room. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting starts at 7 p.m.

    Free sports physicals

    On Saturday, July 16, free sports physicals will be available at Spencer County Physical Therapy from 9 a.m. - noon. For more information, call Spencer County High School at 477-3255.

    Healthfair/Readifest

  • Aubrey pleads not guilty to attempted murder