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Today's News

  • Local student attends the National Young Scholars Program

    This summer, Tamara Humphrey, of Taylorsville, participated in the National Young Scholars Program (NYSP), a program for high-achieving elementary school students.  Held at the University Plaza Conference Center in  DaKalb, IL, NYSP inspires outstanding 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students to explore, invent, learn and think creatively. Throughout the program, young scholars engage in challenging coursework, gain a greater sense of independence, and experience a renaissance of learning.

  • Future of Habitat: No time to rest on past success

    Spencer County Habitat for Humanity has seen a busy year with the finish of a new home, the start of another house in Honduras and the hopes of land acquisition in the area.

    On January 18, Habitat for Humanity finished construction of a home in Highview Estates for Lisa Reynolds. While Reynolds has been living in the new home for months now, the group only recently put the finishing touches on the first completed house.

  • PUBLIC RECORD: District Court

    The Honorable Judge Linda Armstrong presided over the following cases in District  Court on May 8, 2009.

    Traffic:

    Justin M. Back. Speeding 10  mph over the limit. Amended to defective equipment. Pled guilty. $243 fine and court costs.

    Kalee A. Arza. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license. Amended to no license in possession. Pled guilty. $20 fine.

    Stephanie L. Bettinger. Speeding 15 mph over the limit. Pled guilty. State traffic school, $143 court costs.

  • What's Happening: Spencer County's community calendar

    State right-of-way mowing

    Contractors will be mowing the state right of way in Spencer County next week. Signs will be removed from the right of way and will be at the Spencer County maintenance barn for pick-up. Please call 502-477-2242 if you have any questions.

    SCHS Girls Soccer practice

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

    Strutters host Jakes event

    The Salt River Strutters will be holding a Jakes Day event on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The event will be held at 298 Plum Creek Court, Taylorsville, Ky.  We will have a gun safety class, trap shoot, paint ball guns, archery, scavenger  hunt and prizes.  All children up to age 17 are welcome.  Come join us for a day of fun.  For more information call Keith Thomas at 477-5337 or 572-5555 or Nancy Thomas at 477-5862 or 210-1960.

     Become an outdoors woman Sept. 18-20

  • Trying to measure levels of management

     

    The four factors of production for agricultural businesses are often described as land, labor, capital and management.  You can quantity the first three of these in specific units (acres, hours, dollars), and you can acquire additional quantities if you need them.

    However, you can’t quantify management; it does not have units.  While you can hire managers, you can’t buy management.  In many surveys of farm and agribusiness owners, when asked what they need help with, they will often reply, management.

  • Spencer Co. FFA group attends leadership training

    While most teens were sleeping in, hanging out with friends, or going to the movies; 27 members of the Spencer County FFA were doing something a little different. They loaded a bus on July 13 and they headed to Hardinsburg to the Ky FFA Leadership Training Center.  Along with three hundred and twenty-two other members  from twenty-two different chapters, they  participated in various leadership, team building classes, and recreational activities. .

  • GUEST COLUMNIST: Health plan will increase costs for families and kill jobs

    During a recent telephone town hall, a constituent from Bowling Green told me, “Being a two-time cancer survivor, and possibly having it for a third time, I’m very concerned about health care reform.  I know money is tight for everyone right now, but I’m worried about new taxes and being forced to accept government-run health care.  I just really think if we have less government in health care, we would be better off. ”

  • Eureka moment for Calipari

    Opportunity knocks again for John Calipari. Chance to show Kentucky’s fans his I-was-a-kid-once side.

    University of Kentucky-at-Euclid coach and staff will reach out to Wildcat fans next month. $ort of.

    Visits planned to four towns in four days for instructional day camps. Three hour sessions. Your child can attend for $75 each.

    With a brutal economy, does America’s highest paid ball coach and winningest college ball program really need your 75 dollars per kid? A charge that eliminates many kids from the start.

    C’mon, coach.

  • Circuit court summer college

    Becky M. Robinson, circuit court clerk for Spencer County, participated in the 2009 Circuit Court Clerk’s Summer College June 10-12 in Lexington. The Administrative Office of the Courts hosted the college, which offered sessions on how to improve and safeguard the office for circuit court clerk.