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Today's News

  • New clerk sworn in, to take office Thursday

    Spencer County’s newest official was sworn into office Monday morning before a crowd of friends, family and community members.

  • POLL: What is your Thanksgiving staple?

    What is your Thanksgiving staple?

    Click here to vote!

  • Public record: District court September 2011

    The following cases were heard by Judge Donna Dutton in Spencer District Court on Sept. 2, 2011:

    Traffic:
    Anthony J. Carman (1977), speeding 20 miles over the legal limit, guilty, $183 court costs and fines.

    Ashley N. Nash (1991), speeding 17 miles over the legal limit, guilty, state traffic school, $143 fines and court costs.

    Christopher D. Nation (1991), inadequate silencer, amended to defective equipment, guilty, $163 court costs and fines.

  • Holiday entertaining doesn’t have to break the bank

    Here are some tips that will help you throw a stylish, low-stress party that will make your guests merry without spending a bundle.

  • New holiday recipes with old world flavor

    This holiday season, if you’re looking for exceptional new recipes that come together with ease, look to some Old World culinary classics.
    Dishes like this Pea Bowtie Pasta create a homey, hearty menu ideal for any holiday party.
    Whether it’s an elegant dinner or an impromptu gathering with friends, this recipe that uses meats and cheeses that will bring cheer to all your guests. And they come together surprisingly fast, so they’ll bring a smile to your face, too.

    Prosciutto and Pea
    Bowtie Pasta
    Serves 4

  • COLUMN: Learning the art of being truly thankful

    Well, here we are, another Thanksgiving Day — my 75th. I remember many of them with fond memories of family gatherings here and yonder.
    No, it’s not Turkey Day (as some call it), but a day that has been set aside in our wonderfully blessed country to always come on the fourth Thursday of November, and in Canada, on the second Monday in October.
    So what does it mean to truly be thankful?

  • Lighten up holiday meals with whole grains

    Festive food can make healthy eating a challenge, but by substituting healthier options into your holiday recipes, it’s easy to ensure a nutritious holiday season.  
    Packed with nutrients, whole grains include protein, fiber, B vitamins and antioxidants.
    They also keep you feeling full, which means less temptation around those sweet treats.

    Stuffed Cornish Hens with Maple Glaze
    Difficulty Level: Easy
    Prep time: 20 minutes
    Cook time: 53 minutes

  • PHOTO: A big catch

    Parkie Gividen caught a 41-inch red fish on Oct. 24 in Beaverville, La. This photo was taken by Sidney Barnett of Spencer County. Gividen also caught another big one, which was released.

  • COLUMN: Thankful for family, freedom – and sports

    As we sit down later this week to feast on turkey and football, let us also take time to give thanks. On a serious note, the things for which we are thankful should include our families and our freedoms. But since this is a sports column, here are some things I’m thankful for this year:

  • Blue/white scrimmage

    High school basketball season tips off in Kentucky next week and Spencer County fans got a glimpse of their teams last Wednesday during the annual Blue-White night at the high school.