Today's News

  • Education - Recycling bin decorating contest


    Winners of the recycling bin decorating contest were announced Friday.

  • Agriculture - Be patient when planting spring bulbs

    Don’t jump the gun when it comes to planting spring flowering bulbs this fall. Spring bulbs are best planted once soil temperatures cool to about 55 degrees, so wait until we have had at least two weeks of sweater weather. If it is too cool outside without a jacket, then it’s just right for planting bulbs.

  • Education - Standouts at SCES

    The following students had perfect attendance during the first nine-week grading period at Spencer County Elementary School:


    Bristol Bottoms, Mason Broderick, Landon Drumright, Jackson Finch, Kameron Fowler, Paige Fugate, Jazlyn Huizar, Lochlan Husband, Brian Jeffries, Savannah Kersey, Kyndal Neville, Leelynn Olges, Cali Opell, Landon Peers, Alexis Purvis, Mallory Rattliff, Ayden Rose, Robert Ruthstrom Caiden Sloan, Jade Slucher, Angel Watts

    First Grade:

  • Education - Robotics team wins at WKU


    WKU’s Department of Engineering conducted the 16th annual Kentucky Bluegrass Robotics Competition on Saturday (Nov. 7).

    This WKU Engineering Department outreach competition provides secondary school students with a challenging engineering design problem to solve, and offers school faculty and mentors an interesting team project to use as an example of engineering principles.

  • Education - Great students at TES


    Taylorsville Elementary School Great Students of the Month for September and October.

  • Bevin’s team responds to Beshear

    The Bevin transition team responded to Governor Steve Beshear’s defense of his health reform efforts last week. In a statement from Jessica Ditto, Communications Director for Governor-Elect Bevin’s Transition Team reacted to Beshear’s press conference.

    “Governor-Elect Bevin’s immediate priority is forming the new administration and preparing the executive budget.

  • Beshear touts health reform efforts as Bevin vows changes

    Making an evidence-based case that Kentucky needs to continue its transformative and nation-leading health reform efforts, Gov. Steve Beshear joined health-care advocates last week to talk about steady improvements in noted health measures as well as the hugely positive economic impact for the medical industry.

  • Help your community; shop local

    As Christmas draws near, Kentuckians are gearing up for the shopping season. Many shoppers plan their Thanksgiving weekend around Black Friday advertisements while others scope out the latest online deals for Cyber Monday.

    But there is another option – shop local. With national initiatives such as Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28 and statewide initiatives like Kentucky Proud, more shoppers are thinking about the benefits of keeping their hard-earned money within their own communities.

  • Dream season ends, 23-15


    A spectacular high school football season came to a disappointing end Friday night for the Spencer County Bears, as they fell to John Hardin High School in Elizabethtown, 23-15.

    After a sluggish offensive start, the Bears came out in the second half with senior Logan Holbrook leading the charge. The Bears were able to finally get a one-point lead, and looked as though they might expand that lead early in the fourth.

  • Hoops on the horizon...


    The Spencer County High School boys basketball team had an intersquad scrimmage Saturday afternoon, which allowed fans a sneak peak at this year’s team.

    The Lady Bears also had an intersquad scrimmage. The team is young, with only one senior, but they return a lot of experienced players.