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Today's News

  • FROM THE WORD: Heaven and hell

    Some people call me an old time preacher. They may be right, I am old enough! I am 80 years old and still like the challenge Jesus Christ gives me in serving him.

    I preach that heaven is a beautiful place which God has prepared for the ones who have given their heart to him through his son, Jesus Christ. I believe Christ is sitting on the right hand of God the father, interceding our prayers.

  • LETTER: What airport issue was really about

    When the airport issue hit Spencer County, it was not about anyone’s backyard as much as it was the wrong thing for the wrong purpose.  Our family farm’s potential runway site was immediately pulled from one of the three original priority sites because of my barking and biting dog way of doing things.

  • Meat prices reflect supply, demand

    Consumers may be in the driver’s seat when it comes to higher meat prices. Indications are that retail meat prices may rise to record highs later this year, according to a University of Kentucky agricultural economist, and it all rests on that bedrock of free market economics – supply and demand.

  • Sports update: Find out what's going on in area sports

    Stallions football board meeting

    The Spencer County Stallions board will be having an open board meeting Sunday, August 8, at 2 p.m. at the Fiscal Court building. All parents are encouraged to attend.

    Alumni game

    The Spencer County High School soccer “Once a Bear ALWAYS a Bear” alumni game will be held August 13 at 6 p.m. Know a former player that would be interested in participating,  contact Teresa Pfeiffer at teresalpfeiffer@insightbb.com or 502-599-3382.

  • LETTER: Deputies staying with Coulter
  • LETTER: Fire department not soliciting for money

    The Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire District is not soliciting any donations.  The phone calls being made in our community are on behalf of the Louisville Professional Firefighters Union.  This is in no way associated with the Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire District.

    Nathan B. Nation

    Chief of Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire

     

  • Time trial event returns

    The 2010 USA Cycling Masters Road National Championship kicked off Tuesday in Taylorsville with hundreds of cyclists competing in the individual and tandem time trial event. Over 800 riders are expected to participate this week in other related events in Louisville.  Cyclists, age 30 and above, are duking it out for the more than 60 national titles in the road race, criterium, and time trial events. 

  • LETTER: Drug bust too close to home

    I’m sure by now we have all read the paper or heard of the drug bust in Allen Place North subdivision. I’m in total agreement with Robin Bass. Not in my backyard.

    My wife and I are embarrassed and frustrated that something like this could happen so close to home. We don’t have children at home but do have grand children who visit on occasion; we care about your children and grand children.

  • LETTER: Project Graduation thankful for donations

    Many companies, organizations and individuals, along with several students, their parents and family members are responsible for making the 2010 Project Graduation a success.

    Thanks to everyone who gave at road blocks, donation buckets and supported the various senior fundraisers throughout the year. You’ve proven again how much you care about your community and value our students.

    Special thanks again to the following for their exceptionally generous gifts:

  • Walking could be ticket to being the 'Biggest Loser'

    Walking is probably the most popular form of fitness. Schedule a regular time to walk. On the weekends, make time to get out and enjoy nature. Kentucky state parks and nature preserves are just some of the places we can go to see the state. Walking is good for your health – mind and body.