Today's News

  • Court Records

    Judge Donna Dutton heard the following cases on November 7, 2014, in Spencer District Court:

    John Bradley Farris, (1986), public intoxication controlled substance (excludes alcohol); drug paraphernalia - buy/possess; tampering with physical evidence, amended to attempting to tamper with physical evidence, guilty, 365 days, conditionally discharged 2 years, Kentucky Alternative Program, quarterly review, $253 court costs and fines.

  • THE SAAVY SENIOR - How Medicare covers in-home care

    Dear Savvy Senior,
    How does Medicare cover home health care? Because of my illness, my doctor suggested I get home health care, but I want to find out how it’s covered before I proceed.
    Need Some Help

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  • Big Blue even money; UofL heads west; WKU players back in class

    Kentucky basketball got more media attention last weekend than ISIS, Ferguson, Rick Pitino scolding a reporter, and America’s Favorite Has-Been Mayor Rudy Giuliani all rolled into one.
    Betting boards: To finish 40-0, UK is even money. Kansas coach Bill Self believes those odds are conservative.
    KENTUCKY. Midwest Region, plays at Yum Center. Louisville in East Regional heads to Seattle. Go figure.

  • Going with gut: UK won’t win

    This week at the office or workplace is like no other. There’s a new language being spoken between employees, and the jargon has nothing to do with whatever field or industry they’re concerned with the rest of the year.
    At the hospital, doctors in white lab coats and nurses in scrubs are not talking about MRIs. Instead, they’re concerned with RPIs. Their focus is not solely on diagnosing Ms. Smith in 401, but trying to figure out if Indiana’s cold shooting can be cured with a fresh start out on the plains of Nebraska.

  • AGRICULTURE - Carolina silver bell tree sign of spring


  • Church Happenings - Week of March 18, 2015

    Knights of Columbus host dinner
    The Knights of Columbus–All Saints Council in Taylorsville is hosting an all-you-can-eat chicken dinner on Sunday, February 15, from 12 until 2 p.m. and on the 3rd Sunday of every month, thereafter, at the same time. Dinners are held at All Saints Church on Main Cross in Taylorsville.  Prices range from $9.00 for adult, $8.00 for seniors, $4.50 for children 4-12, and children 3 and under are free. Proceeds go to the All Saints Council of the Knights of Columbus to fund their charitable work.

  • THOUGHTS ON THEOLOGY - In Gethsemane, it’s different

    by NED WAY
    When we see Jesus at the Last Supper with his disciples, we see him very much in control and very much the Son of God. Mark records this event in his book. In chapter 14, starting at verse 22, it seems he didn’t have many cares. He was glad to be with his disciples. Mark even states he sang a hymn with them. (vs.26)

  • FAITH FOR TODAY - A New Snow Shovel

    My snow shovel is getting worn out. The snow seems gone for this year and my poor shovel is not far behind. I think we shoveled our driveway four or five times in the last month and my back and my shovel have paid the price.
    Thankfully, some years the storms pass us by, but the fact is that storms do come. We get snow about every year, maybe not 18 to 20 inches, but we can be pretty sure the snow will come, and sometimes a LOT will come. Right now the snow is melted, but I know before too long, I’ll need a new snow shovel.

  • A WORD FROM THE WORD - Learn what it means to really be born again

    What comes to your mind when you hear the word “sin?” How about words like disobedience, rebellion, failure, and guilt? Most people don’t like to think about their sin and what it does to themselves and others. I don’t like to think about sin, because it is ugly and it is painful. As a pastor, I wish I could tell you that I do not struggle with sin, but it would not be true. I am a repentant sinner that needs the forgiveness of Jesus. I need Jesus to fight against the temptations of my sinful nature and the temptation of the devil.