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Today's News

  • Fire destroys Mt. Eden home

    Mt. Eden Fire Department responded to a house fire at 14286 Mt. Eden Road around 2 a.m. Tuesday morning and discovered the second story fully involved. Mt. Eden Fire Chief Doug Herndon said that because a cause could not be determined, the incident has been turned over to ATF and Kentucky’s fire marshal office. The apparent vacant home was a total loss. One firefighter was taken to Jewish Shelbyville for evaluation. Herndon said he was treated and released. Assisting Mt. Eden were Waddy, Shelby County and Anderson County fire departments.

     

  • LETTER: People will always find a way to get alcohol

    I have a problem with people who drink and think it is okay to get behind the wheel and take everyone’s life into their own hands.   I also have a problem with those who consume alcohol and then get violent with their family and friends.  These actions are not okay with me.

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

    For residents of Taylorsville

    The City of Taylorsville will be holding an informational meeting for residents of Main Cross and Washington Streets Thursday at the City Hall annex. Information to be discussed will be drainage, sidewalks and road projects in that area.

    SCHS Senior Day Yard Sale

  • New Dollar General store planned for Elk Creek

    Elk Creek residents could be getting their first major retail chain store this summer if building plans continue for a Dollar General store at the intersection of Taylorsville Road and Plum Ridge Road.

    Excavation crews could be seen last week pushing dirt around the 1.28 acres of uneven land – making a level spot for what contractor Randy Smith said will be a 9,200 sq. ft. metal structure with a front, brick facade.

  • Tennis, anyone? Photos of SCHS girls tennis team in action
  • Soccer action at SCMS

    ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

    In photo, Spencer County Middle School soccer player Bradley Reynolds goes head-to-head with a competitor during a game Friday afternoon.

    This season, the boys team has lost to North Oldham 3-1 and to East Oldham 2-1, but beat Henry County 5-0.

    The girls team have tied 2-2 against South Oldham and lost to Oldham County 4-3.

  • PHOTOS: SCHS track stars
  • LETTER: Alternatives to alcohol-based businesses

    Let us not cloud our county, which exudes innocence and purity for children and adults, with an unhealthy lifestyle of alcohol sales.  Let us build upon our positive qualities and create additional healthy businesses to work in and recreation in rather than offer bars, ABC stores, and “Happy Hours” in restaurants for our citizens. 

  • Carnival for juvenile diabetes expected to attract hundreds

    What’s better than a huge carnival? How ‘bout a huge carnival with a cause?

    That’s what you’ll find in downtown Taylorsville this Saturday during the first annual Carnival for a Cure, an event that will help raise awareness and funds for the fight against Juvenile Diabetes.

    Debby Cannon has worked with other families in the community with children dealing with this disease and have banded together to create the event.

  • Foreclosure intervention help for residents

    Judge Charles Hickman, circuit court judge for Anderson, Shelby and Spencer counties met with members of the Spencer County Foreclosure Intervention Program on April 9.  While Judge Hickman clearly stated his commitment to neutrality regarding petitioners of the court, he also encourages efforts to save their homes through counseling, modifications or other means. 

    In Judge Hickman’s words, “…most of the cases where I issue judgments are due to default of appearance by the homeowner.”