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Today's News

  • Seeking wisdom

    When I think about having wisdom, I am reminded of King Solomon. If you remember the popular story about David and Bathsheba, Solomon was their only son and also became king of Israel after David passed away. In I Kings chapter 3, we read that Solomon sincerely loved God and obeyed His laws. Verse 4 records him offering 1000 burnt offerings upon the altars at Gibeon and as the story continues we notice that something very special happens to him. “The Lord appeared to Solomon in a dream by night: and God said, ask whatever you want and I will give it to you.”

  • Church Happenings - Week of September 13, 2017

    Van Buren Baptist to host Homecoming service

    Van Buren Baptist Church Homecoming will be held Sunday,  September 17.
    All members, former members, former pastors and community members are invited for an afternoon of reuniting in fellowship, praise and worship.

  • Lady Bears soccer

     

    Spencer County Sophomore Kylie Barron works between two defenders during a recent game for the Spencer County Lady Bears soccer team. The girls are 2-6 on the season, after a 3-0 shutout victory over Louisville Collegiate last week. The Lady Bears will  be on the road this week at Nelson County on Thursday  evening.

  • Spencer County Volleyball

     

    Spencer County Volleyball Coach Doug Coan talks to senior Kylie Lyons prior to a recent home game. Coan has led his squad to an 8-5 record so far this season, including a 2-1 loss to Marion County and a 3-0 district win over Anderson County last week.

  • Sports Briefs - Week of September 13, 2017

    SCHS Sports Girls Soccer

    Sept. 14        at Nelson Co.              6 p.m.
    Sept. 18        at Bardstown              5:30 p.m.
    Sept. 20        at Shelby Co.              6 p.m.

    Boys Soccer

  • Win or lose, Friday nights are special here

     

  • Police chief resigns

     

    The City of Taylorsville will be looking for a new police chief following the recent resignation of current Chief Kenny Stewart.

    Stewart, who was promoted to chief just over a year ago, submitted his resignation to the City Commission without specifying any particular reason for his departure. On Monday, he told The Spencer Magnet that “It’s just my time to leave,” he said.

  • Artist captures local history in stained glass windows

     

    Spencer County received a taste of history and art when stained glass artist, Laura Mentor, was approached to create a work of art for the Kentucky History and Genealogy room at the Spencer County Public Library. Mentor has done numerous windows for public libraries, hospitals and other locations across Kentucky and was contacted by SCPL Director Debra Lawson for the local project.

  • Stump seeks to dismiss lawsuit against county

    Sheriff Buddy Stump has asked that his lawsuit against the Spencer County Fiscal Court be dismissed. The suit, filed in response to what Stump said was a slow and inadequate response to mold in the Sheriff’s Office, was filed last October, several months after mold was discovered in his office.

    Stump’s attorney, Thomas Clay, confirmed that he has asked the court to dismiss the suit, stating that “there were substantial steps that led to the remediation” of the mold, and “that problem has been resolved satisfactorily.”

  • Honoring Hometown Heroes

     

    America remembered the anniversary of 9-11 this week and Plum Creek Baptist Church hosted an event on Sunday to honor all first responders as Hometown Heroes. The event was complete with food, music, games and fireworks.