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Today's News

  • 8-point buck by Atcher

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

    Darby B. Atcher, age 8, took his first 8 point buck on his papaw Atcher’s farm.

  • Shooting Stars named champs

     The U8 division ended their season with the Mike Miles U8 Invitational Tournament.  It was cold and wet, but these little soccer players endured, played, and had fun.

    This is an all day tournament which starts at 10 a.m. and plays the final game at 4:30 p.m.  It was another exciting tournament that hosted six teams and over 100 spectators, despite the weather conditions.

    One game was decided by “kicks from the mark” and several other games were very close, going down to the wire. 

  • PUBLIC RECORD: District Court

    The Honorable Judge Donna Dutton presided over the following cases in District Court on September 18, 2009.

    Traffic:

    Mark D. Carlton (b. 1954). Charge #1, no/expired registration plates. Dismissed - proof. Charge #2, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt. Dismissed - proof. Charge #3, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security, first offense. Guilty. Fined $500, $400 waived. Charge #4, failure to notify address change to Department of Transportation. Dismissed - proof.

    Misdemeanor:

  • LETTER: Thanks for helping

    Thank you to all that helped with the recent Harvest Festival fundraiser for Ronnie Whitlock Jr. We greatly exceeded our goal.

    Special thanks to Jullian, Cora May and Darrell Edmondson for the use of their farm. God bless you all.

    Freddie and LaDonna Barrick and family

     

  • Police looking for vehicle

    Taylorsville Police are looking for a vehicle that struck a parked car on East Main Street Sunday, October 25.

    Chief Toby Lewis said that a two-door, blue Mercury Cougar was side-swiped, possibly Sunday morning, by an unknown vehicle. From evidence at the scene, police believe the vehicle to be silver or white and likely traveling east bound at the time of the accident. No injuries were reported.

    Anyone with information is encouraged to call TPD at 477-3231.

     

  • Joe Marathon

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

  • Veterans Celebration Saturday

    The fourth annual Veterans Celebration is shaping up to be an eventful day in Taylorsville.

    “It seems to build each year,” said organizer D.J. Fee. “This Saturday is going to be glorious.”

    The Celebration grew out of Fee’s outreach organization Guard Duty, which she founded when her son Sam Atkinson deployed to Iraq. This year’s event will be extra-special for her as Sam came home on Halloween.

  • Candidates needed for weatherization, credit help and foreclosure rescue

    Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency needs applicants for its weatherization, credit management and foreclosure rescue programs.

    An influx of grant money, more than half a million dollars, has given MPCAA the ability to help more people in need throughout Shelby, Spencer and Bullitt counties.

    General qualification standards are based on sliding-scale poverty guidelines. For example, a 4-person household can make a gross monthly income of no more than $3,676.

  • H1N1 nasal vaccines available Thursday

    Spencer County Health Department will provide 2009 H1N1 influenza intra-nasal vaccine on Thursday from 5:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.

    The vaccine will be available to eligible population on first come first serve basis. People who are eligible to get the vaccine include:

    • People within the age-groups 2-49 years old with no known chronic conditions.

    The clinic will follow the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations and administer vaccine to the following target groups:

  • Bears end season with devastating loss

    The Spencer County Bears suffered their most lopsided loss of the season Friday night, falling to 5A power Anderson County 60-18 in Lawrenceburg. The loss was the fifth in a row for the Bears and they’ll open postseason play Friday night at two-time and defending state champion Louisville Central.

    On the surface, there’s not much to be optimistic about, but head coach Wes Napper said he has faith in the team and thinks they’ve shown the ability to play with anybody in 3A.