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Today's News

  • Local archers raise funds for their sport

     

  • Lady Bears rebound from loss to win two of three

     

    The Spencer County Lady Bears bounced back from a disappointing opening round loss to John Hardin High School in the Bardstown Holiday Classic, to win two games in the tournament, improving their record to 7-3 on the season.

    The Lady Bears battled John Hardin tough for most of the night Wednesday, and actually led to begin the fourth quarter, but was outscored 11-0 during a crucial span in that period, eventually losing 54-41.

  • Bears shoot way to 3 in a row

     

  • TES students of the month

     

    TES November students of the month are from left to right: Abigail Limpp, Katelyn Rawlings, Avery Pooler, Cade Taylor, Ava Dziak, Ava Raque.

  • TES honors student leaders

     

    Taylorsville Elementary School recently recognized students for completing their leadership positions. From left to right are: Wyatt Lockard, Riley-Lynn Bennett, Reese Probus, Heather Brown, Asher Frame, Carman Cole, Kylie Hancock and Rodney Sidebottom.

  • Lady beetles on the move

    Some years are worse than others: I remember years when it was like a siege of lady beetles, other years a few popped up here or there.   Usually they sneak their way into our homes as a noticeable chill settles in.  On sunny days they cling to the screen door on the south side of where I write, but I need not worry about them as they sun themselves.  The ones that make it inside, however, meet my vacuum cleaner.

  • Surplus meals will go to hungry Kentuckians

    Thousands of surplus meal kits originally purchased for disaster victims will go to hungry Kentuckians thanks to a team effort of federal and state employees.

    Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland in Elizabethtown and God’s Pantry Food Bank in Lexington will receive a total of 314,496 meal kits from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at a cost to the food banks of $65,000, a fraction of the original $1.88 million cost.

  • Famed Bardstown amphitheater shut down

    The often busy J. Dan Talbott Amphitheater is now vacant and dark. It’s a sight that is heartbreaking for Johnny Warren, managing artistic director for “The Stephen Foster Story,” who was present early Thursday morning when the state cut the power to one of Bardstown’s most important attractions.

    The Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet issued a press release on the amphitheater’s closure Thursday afternoon, citing electrical and structural issues.

  • What’s Happening - Week of December 27, 2017

    Habitat for Humanity looking to match $5,000 grant

    Spencer County Habitat for Humanity will conduct a fundraiser effort which will run from now through January 31, 2018. The goal is to raise in excess of $5,000.

    “A local donor who wishes to remain anonymous, has generously pledged a matching contribution of up to $5,000 toward the funds that we can raise during this period,” said Habitat member Steve Hesselbrock.

  • Kentucky drivers urged to use caution over the holiday season

    The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) and Kentucky State Police (KSP) is reminding motorists to be responsible behind the wheel as the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign continues through Jan. 1, 2018.

    “While the holiday season is a special time to visit with friends and family, many of these celebrations include alcohol,” said KOHS Executive Director Dr. Noelle Hunter. “Drunken driving-related crashes are 100-percent preventable.  It just makes sense to plan for a designated driver before the party begins.”