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Today's News

  • LETTER: Response to “Floodwall failure” story
  • BELIEVE IN HIM: Are you religious?

    “There are so many religions, can I know which one is correct?”  “Is Allah and God the same?”  “Don’t all religions lead to the same place?”  “Can I be a Buddhist and a Christian?”

  • Heart Gallery photos shows need for adoption in Kentucky

    It does not take a magic ring or being from another planet to be a hero.  It does not take a mind-blowing, mystical experience to be a saint.  All it really takes is love, compassion and a commitment to a child’s future.

    Adoptive parents Michael and Tracy Crossfield may not consider themselves heroes to their two adopted boys Tallas, 7, and Samuel, 6, – but they know their lives are blessed. 

  • LETTER: Thanks for helping Dare to Care

    Those involved with First Baptist Church of Taylorsville’s Dare to Care ministry would like to extend a special thanks to Country Mart, Faulkner Meats, Painters Local #118 of Louisville and the Taylorsville Masonic Lodge #210 for their donations.

    These efforts would not be possible without great community support.

    The First Baptist Church of Taylorsville

    Dare to Care

    Committee

     

  • PUBLIC RECORDS: District court

    The Honorable Judge Linda Armstrong presided over the following cases in District Court on January 16, 2009.

    Traffic:

    Jennifer C. Brinkley. Unauthorized parking in a handicapped zone. Pled guilty. $250 fine, $143 court costs.

    Lisa N. Kendrick. Speeding 10 mph over the limit. Pled guilty. State traffic school. $143 court costs.

    Leslie G. Zoeller. Speeding 15 mph over the limit. Pled guilty. State traffic school. $143 court costs.

  • School board says teachers will keep their jobs

    Despite a stagnant economy and concerns for the immediate future, the Spencer County School Board voted unanimously Monday night to approve staffing allocations that reflect little change from the current year.

  • Celebrate the centennial of KY 4-H

    Kentucky 4-H has impacted the lives of thousands of youths since its inception. As it reaches its 100th anniversary, current and former 4-H’ers will be celebrating the organization’s past, relishing in its present and anxiously anticipating its future. You can help 4-H celebrate this milestone by showing your support for the organization throughout 2009.

  • Welcome home Babbit the rabbit

    Mrs. Baird’s class at Spencer County Elementary School had a welcome home party in honor of their class pet, Babbit the rabbit, after a brief stay at the vet’s office. Dr. Bennett was presented with a plaque thanking Elk Creek Animal Hospital for their outstanding community service.

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

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

    Chamber luncheon

    The Chamber of Commerce lunch will be held tomorrow at noon. Taylorsville City Mayor Don Pay will be guest speaker.  On the way Cafe will be catering and the cost will be $6.00 per person.  Please RSVP.

    Knights Kafé

    Lenten fish fry

    Lenten Friday night fish fry will be held every Friday through Lent from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at All Saints Catholic Church. All proceeds will go to charitable works in our community by the Knights of Columbus. All Saints Catholic Church is located at 410 Main Cross.

  • LETTER: Lady Bear pride

    “1,2,3 PRIDE!” is something the Lady Bears basketball team has been saying for years. We say this because we have pride in ourselves, each other, and most importantly our team.