Today's News

  • State assisting with healthcare enrollment

    Open Enrollment for 2018 Marketplace health insurance plans at healthcare.gov is quickly approaching. The Health Benefit Exchange, within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS), is working to ensure Kentuckians are prepared, informed and have the resources they need to choose a 2018 health plan, a state news release said.

  • Grimes denies allegations she misused voter information

    Calling the claims against her “politically motivated and spurious,” Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes denied that she ever improperly obtained voter data or that she took inappropriate action in a contract with a state vendor.

  • Signing of Jack’s Law celebrated


  • What’s Happening - Week of November 1, 2017

    AMVETS to host Veterans Day Coffee and Donut event

    Spencer County AMVETS Post 129, will host a Veterans Appreciation Coffee and Donuts at the Taylorsville Chamber of Commerce on Veterans Day, November 11, at 8 a.m. The event is free for all veterans and their families.

  • Drama Club wins regional competition


  • Massie’s bill targets unwarranted searches

    Rep. Massie (R-KY), co-sponsored landmark legislation introduced this week that would prevent warrantless searches of Americans’ calls, emails and other communications.

    The Uniting and Strengthening America by Reforming and Improving the Government’s High-Tech Surveillance (USA RIGHTS) Act is also sponsored by Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., Ted Poe, R-Texas, Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, Justin Amash, R-Mich., and Ted Lieu, D-Calif.

  • Adams blasts Bevin’s pension proposal

    Spencer County Public Schools Superintendent Chuck Adams predicts a mass exodus from the teaching ranks if the pension reform proposal unveiled by Governor Matt Bevin becomes reality.

    That will begin with teachers retiring as soon as they become eligible. “We’ve got two to three dozen right now that I’m aware of,” said Adams of teachers in the Spencer County district who may reach eligibility for retirement at the end of this year. “We have maybe that many more the following year.”

  • The history of All Saints’ Day


    Most Catholic churches in the United States celebrate All Saints’ Day to honor all saints, particularly those who do not have their own special feast day on November 1. While most saints have their own feast day on the Catholic calendar, not all of those feast days are observed. And saints who have not been canonized–those who are in Heaven, but whose sainthood is known only to God–have no particular feast day. So All Saints’ Day was instituted to be all of the saints’ feast day.

  • Pension plan is a good step
  • The IRS attacked our liberty

    As an American, what scares you the most? Is it Russian attempts to meddle in and influence our elections? Could it be the growing nuclear threat posed by North Korea or the continued danger from radical Islamic terrorism?

    Those outside threats are indeed worth keeping a close eye on and even taking proactive steps to thwart any attempts to endanger us or our allies.