Today's News

  • Rewards go beyond winning at state fair

    Many Spencer County residents participated in the Kentucky State Fair this year by entering some of the many competitions available.

    Jean Johnson, president of the Patchworkers Quilt Guild, has been entering quilts in the Kentucky State Fair since she started quilting more than twenty-five years ago. A friend challenged her to enter quilts in the fair, so she did.

  • Local gal changing the dating rules

    NEW YORK, New York – You’re on a crowded street, at the shopping mall or in a restaurant. Suddenly a stranger approaches you and slips you a small black card that reads “I’m free this weekend” Before you have time to turn around, the mysterious person is gone.

  • LETTER: Vote for David Eaton as state senator

         I’m writing to ask you to vote for David Eaton for State Senate.

  • Former gospel singers are 'blessed'

    They used to be part of a family singing group called The Citadels.

    But today, they are simply “Blessed.”

    “Dianne chose that name because of the many blessings we’ve received throughout our lives,” says Ward Davis.

    The Woodland Hills Drive residents are back on the road again as a duet, after raising two daughters and ending their careers by retirement.

  • PHOTO: Guthrie greets voters

    U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie took part in a candidate question and answer session during a Spencer County Republican Party meeting August 2. Also available that evening to take citizen questions were candidates for state representative Kim King and for state senate Paul Hornback.


  • Volleyball team hindered by injuries in busy start to season

     While most fall sports teams are just getting started, the Spencer County High School volleyball team has already competed in two tournaments and several regular season games.

    Early returns are nothing spectacular, as the girls have posted a 2-11 record while battling a busy early schedule and more than a few injuries.

    First-year head Coach Tim Elder initially thought his team’s weakness might be youth, but now he lists the various sprains, bruises and bumps that have left his team a bit hobbled as their biggest vulnerability.

  • PUBLIC RECORD: Property transfers

    Property transfers

    The following property transfers were recorded in the Spencer County Clerk’s office during the month of  June 2010.

    Geoffrey P. Mallett and Denise R. Mallet,, Louisville to Nathan t. Lindsey and Janet R. Lindsey. Property located in Spencer County as described in deed book 234, page 387. $157,500.

    Loretta Ann Reed and David W. Reed, Sr., Taylorsville to Mark D. Kirk and April D. Kirk, Taylorsville. Lot 183 Hillsborough Estates. $235,000.

  • Sheriff's audit in compliance

    State Auditor Crit Luallen found no instances of noncompliance in an audit of the 2009 financial statement of the sheriff’s office.

    “The sheriff’s financial statement presents fairly the revenues, expenditures, and excess fees of the Spencer County Sheriff in conformity with the regulatory basis of accounting,” stated a press release from Luallen’s office.

    The report also stated that no significant problems involving internal control over financial reporting or in the operation were cited.

  • Stallions meeting canceled

    The Spencer County Youth Football Association (Stallions) have canceled the August Open Board Meeting. If parents have any concerns or questions please contact President Chris Hutt at 502-477-9198 or Vice President Stan Shivers 678-463-1664.


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

    Chamber events

    In partnership with the Small Business Development Center, the Chamber of Commerce is able to bring the following events:

    • Small business counseling

    Small business owners can participate in a private session with an expert from the SBDC September 13. This event is free and will be held in the chamber building. RSVP today to save a time slot by calling 477-8369.

    • Business seminar series