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Today's News

  • Dismal end for Lady Bears at District

    A season to remember ended on a night to forget for the Spencer County Lady Bears as they ended their 2010 soccer campaign with a 5-0 loss to Oldham County in the district tournament in Buckner last Thursday night in a game that had been postponed from Wednesday night because of rain and lightning.

    The Lady Bears came out on the defensive as Oldham County showed early that they were going to control the ball, eventually taking a 1-0 lead about 13 minutes into the game. They would add one more goal before the break to go up 2-0.

  • LETTER: Thank you candidates

    We would like to thank all the candidates and citizens that attended the Candidates Night/Spaghetti Supper for the Ladies Auxiliary on Oct.7th. We had over 40 candidates and more than 70 citizens attend making this one of our most successful fundraisers for our veterans.

    Dianne Stamper-Sheeley

    Ladies Auxiliary Secretary

     

  • LETTER: Hesselbrock 'the obvious choice'

    The election is less than two weeks from now and the people of Spencer County will cast their important vote for the future direction of the city and county. Their vote will be a decision on which way we want to proceed. Our county will be challenged by the changes that are happening all around us. I ask myself, do we want to continue along the same direction or do we want to inject some new ideas and energy into our local government?

  • Turnovers doom Bears

    The Spencer County Bears fell for the eighth consecutive game Friday night, losing to district foe North Oldham 42-32 in a game that saw plenty of bright spots for the Bears, but once again, too many mistakes.

    Three turnovers gave the visiting Mustangs too many extra scoring opportunities and the Bears are now looking at just two games remaining on their schedule to avoid a winless season.

  • LETTER: Why vote for 'same unqualified people?'

    I’ve always wondered about the people who run for an elected office in our government. What fuels their desire to want to go through the battle of an election and then their time in office?

    For many, I believe, it is an uncontrollable need to work for the people they serve and make things “right.”

    There’s no ulterior motive, no selfish need for power, only the drive to help other people.

  • EDITORIAL CARTOON: Will Democrats abandon Obama this election?
  • GUEST COLUMN: UK's Hartline like Mike?

    Two autumns ago, Michael Hartline was a quarterback who “we hope can manage a game,” said UK offensive coordinator Joker Phillips.

    A polite way of saying Hartline would have to do until Morgan Newton and/or Ryan Mossakowski were signed, suited up and tutored to handle SEC violence.

    During the next two seasons the 6-6 kid from Ohio was adequate, streaks of pin-point passes checkered with spells of bumble-itis. Dropped passes and fickle fans didn’t help.

  • LETTER: Volunteers, businesses made Progressive Dinner happen

    I would like to personally thank everyone that worked so hard to make the Progressive Dinner such a success! Hats off to the volunteers for their tremendous effort.

  • PHOTO: Two players named to All-District team

    Two local players were selected for the volleyball All District team. Junior Nikki Prater (left) and Senior Caitlyn Wolz were selected to the 11 player, 29th district, all-district team.

  • CHURCH HAPPENINGS

    Pig Roast fundraiser at Pleasant Hill

    Pleasant Hill Christian Church is hosting a pig roast fundraiser Oct. 23 to benefit the church’s building fund.

    The event will be from 1 p.m. until dark and will include special musical guests.

    Pleasant Hill is located at the intersection of Highways 44 and 1579 between the Glensboro and Mount Eden communities.

    For more information, call 502-220-6275.

    Promiseland Pentecostal to host benefit gospel sing