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Today's News

  • To God be the glory, alone.

    In a moment of victory, Greg Jennings, wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers told a national audience that the glory belongs to God alone after his team won back the Lombardi Trophy at the 45th annual Super Bowl.

    Jennings, catching four passes for 64 yards, scored two touchdowns in the biggest football game of his life.

  • Weatherman not the most popular job lately
  • Gifts of thought, not convenience!

    Are you ready for the big day? If you are male you probably don’t even know what I am talking about. If you are a woman, you have probably already thought about sharing a romantic Valentine’s Day. Now I realize that is a generalization perhaps colored by my own experiences, but it seems generally true to me that men struggle with expressing love in ways that women really appreciate.

  • Feline followers form nationwide fiasco

    There are a lot of things that Taylorsville residents would probably like to be known for nationally. The annual Gourd Show, the historic Main Street corridor, the warm, inviting welcome you get when you come into town.

    Sorry, Taylorsville.

    Aside from the thousands of dollars this city has spent to brush up its tidy little streets, it looks like it is now nationally known for a cat overpopulation problem that has been blown far beyond the pages of your hometown paper, The Spencer Magnet.

  • Pet Mask Kit donation

    On Wednesday, February 2, several Elk Creek, Bloomfield and Finchville businesses gathered together to donate pet mask kits to area fire departments. The masks are helpful for fire departments when a pet needs to be rescued from a house fire. Human oxygen masks are not the right size for pets, and often, even if a pet is rescued, they succumb to smoke inhalation. These masks can also help keep the fire fighters from being bitten during a rescue. Each kit has 3 masks in multiple sizes for dogs, cats and smaller animals such as ferrets.

  • SUV veers off road in collision near Bloomfield

    A collision last Wednesday morning in Bloomfield near the Spencer County line has left one woman with local ties dead.
    According to Kentucky State Police, Pamela J. Chapman, 48, of Bloomfield, was pronounced dead at the scene of an accident on Highview Church Road around 11 a.m. Chapman was a Spencer County native, according to her obituary.

  • Taylorsville library to get upgrade?

    A design for a new library was drafted and presented to the library board last week. The design was drawn and presented by John Shircliffe, chairman of Main Street. The rendering incorporates the current building, and allows for additional parking and green space around the library.

    “I got a call from the library board and they asked me to put together a preliminary plan,” said Shircliffe, who also co-owns the Sanctuary Arts Center with his wife Judy.

  • City commission focuses on Taylorsville flood wall

    The Taylorsville City Commision continues to work to recertify the flood wall that protects city residents from waters of Brashears Creek and the Salt River, but progress continues to move slowly and the city is facing new challenges from the state.

  • Court rejects Clerk's budget

    After being discussed extensively during the last two meetings, the Spencer County Fiscal Court rejected Judy Puckett’s proposed budget for the County Clerk’s office, citing questions about the salaries and benefit compensation for her deputies.

  • Look for lovely winter perennials beneath the snow

    The Spencer County Farmers Market Committee will be holding a planning meeting on Feb.24 at 6 p.m.

    All those who have previously sold or are interested in selling, are encouraged to attend.
    Topics of discussion will include the previous selling season and planning for the 2011 season.
    As part of this meeting, there will be a potluck supper. The meat and drinks are being provided. The committee asks attendees to please bring a side dish.

    Call the Extension Office at 477-2217 if you are planning to attend.