Today's News

  • Promises made and kept

    Kentucky voters demanded change when they went to the polls in November, placing the House of Representatives in Republican control for the first time in nearly a century. By granting GOP super-majorities for the first time in both the Senate and the House, Kentuckians made it clear that they were tired of “business as usual” in Frankfort.

  • Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14


    Prepare a surprise Mother’s Day breakfast in bed

  • Active week for TSCFD

    Local first responders were busy this past week, working a number of calls, including at least two injury accidents.

    The Taylorsville Spencer County Fire Department reported the following calls this week:

    May 3 - Traffic accident at Waterford Park with injuries and utility lines down.

    May 3 - Abandoned house fire on Bloomfield Road. The house was a total loss and the fire is under investigation.

    May 4 - Injury accident on Louisville Road with entrapment.

  • Agriculture - Transferring your farm to next generation

    The average age of farm operators in Kentucky is increasing, and over the next several years, many farm families will consider transitioning their farm to the next generation. The decision of when and how to begin the farm transition process can be difficult; often, farm families avoid the issue because it can be a difficult topic to discuss.

  • Agriculture - Grand Champion bull


    Anne Patton Schubert, Taylorsville, pictured left, and Sheldon Burks, Park City, right, won grand champion bull at the Kentucky Angus Sweepstakes and accepted their award at the 2017 Kentucky Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet last month in Louisville.

  • Agriculture - Flowering vines
  • Bears take 2-1 win over Shelby


    The Spencer County Bears prevailed in a 2-1 contest with Shelby County last week at home. The Bears’ Cody Tindle knocked in two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to erase a 1-0 Shelby County lead, and Jackson Cole held the Rockets to just three hits on the day as the Bears improved to 7-16 on the season.

  • Lady Bears fall hard at Anderson


    The Spencer County Lady Bears are having one of their best seasons ever, but they’re mired in a tough district in which both Anderson County and Collins are at the top of their games as well.

    The girls split a two-game series with Collins the week before, and last week, dropped an 11-1 decision at Anderson County.

  • SCHS Tennis
  • Sports Briefs - Week of May 10, 2017

    SCHS Sports this week

    May 10    at North Oldham        6 p.m.
    May 12    BETHLEHEM        5 p.m.
    May 13    HENRY CO.        12 noon
    May 15    at Bullitt Co.        5 p.m.

    May 10    at Oldham Co.        6 p.m.