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Today's News

  • Opinion: From our readers 1 14 15

    Reader voices concerns regarding treatment of pet
    I am writing concerning my parents, Ted and Betty Goodlett, Girl the dog, and Spencer County Dog Pound. Girl has now been picked up twice within three days by a woman from the pound.
    Girl was dropped at my parent’s house when she was a puppy. She was at the end of her young life of being a Pit Bull; the owners were going to have her put down. My father is a farmer, a retired navy veteran; a man that strongly believes in his freedom along with his animals.

  • Locals working together to save lives

    Friday, dozens of Spencer County’s finest were working together in freezing temperatures to save the lives of two truck drivers involved in a pretty horrific crash on KY 55.
    For several hours, beginning at around 10:30 a.m. and ending after 8 p.m., our first responders worked in extremely cold weather to clear the scene of a two vehicle accident involving semi trucks that collided at the intersection of Ky 55 and KY 1633. From my observation, they not only worked in a very professional manner, but in a safe and expedient manner.

  • What's Happening — Week of January 14

    Valentine Dinner/Silent Auction Tickets
    A Valentine Dinner and Silent Auction will be held on Saturday, February 14, at 6:30 pm at the Extension Office in Taylorsville. This event is sponsored by Spencer County Homemakers and all proceeds support Spencer County Habitat for Humanity. Tickets are $10/each and are on sale at The Tea Cup and the Red Scooter. Please call 477-2206 or email president@spencercountyhfh.com for more information.
    pencer Magnet Holiday Office Closing

  • Library program aims for kindergarten readiness

    By Megan T. Blaney

  • Commission learns that levee work may be more expensive than first thought

    The Taylorsville City Commission learned last Tuesday that fixing a number of deficiencies in the floodwall surrounding the city might be quite a bit more expensive than originally anticipated, while another important city drainage project appears to be in a holding pattern due to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

  • News anchor fights alcoholism

     

  • Accident shuts down KY 55 for hours Friday

     

  • Accident closes Ky 55

    Two semi trucks have collided at the intersection of KY 55 and Van Dyke Road. Officials are directing motorists to avoid the area as the road is closed from the intersection of Yoder Tipton Rd. and Ky 55 north to the Ky 55/155 intersection. Portions of Ky 1633 are also closed to motorists near the scene.

    Officials say that Ky 55 between Yoder Tipton Rd. and Ky 155 will be closed for the next 2-3 hours.

  • SAVVY SENIOR: Tax credit available to those saving for retirement

    Dear Savvy Senior,
    A coworker was recently telling me about a tax credit she got last year for simply contributing to our company’s 401(k) plan. What can you tell me about this, and who’s eligible?
    Over 55

  • Cleaning up your life in 2015

    I just looked at my desk and realized, not for the first time, that it is a mess. It seems to work for me most of the time, but lately it seems to have gotten out of hand. I just did a quick count and I have 27 books that I can see sitting on my desk. There may be more, but they are buried under envelopes and labels and sermon notes and receipts and who knows what else.