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Today's News

  • Church Happenings - June 26 Edition

    Elk Creek Baptist announces VBS
    Elk Creek Baptist Church will host its “Hay Day” vacation Bible school celebration through Saturday from 6 to 9 each night.
    VBS is for ages 3 through high school, and the church is located at 5734 Elk Creek Road.
    For more information, contact the church at 502-477-2730 or visit www.elkcreekbaptist.com.

    Event to benefit Northern Lights Mission

  • Faith For Today: Let God support you as you float

    I don’t know about you but I love to swim. I have enjoyed swimming since I was a little kid. I remember my first swimming lessons and splashing around with friends in the pool. I remember the first time I jumped off a diving board and the first time I looked down from a high dive and gathered all my courage to leap off.

  • Faith For Today: Love, compassion and faith
  • Property Transfers - June 26 Edition

    The following property transfers from March are recorded in the Spencer County Clerk’s office:

    On March 4, from Raymond T. Lewis and Kay E. Lewis, P.O. Box 667, Mount Washington, Michael D. Lewis and Michael D. Lewis, executor of the estate of Marvin R. Lewis, 2070 Louisville Road, Cox’s Creek, to Michael D. Lewis, 2070 Louisville Road, Cox’s Creek, a 4.87-acre tract, as described in deed book 252, page 331, $66,400 fair market value.

  • Taylorsville Police Citations - June 26 Edition

    The Taylorsville Police Department issued the following citations June 1 through June 17:

    Blake H. Thomas, 26, of Kenton Avenue in Louisville, was cited June 1 for speeding 15 mph over the limit.

    Joseph E. Long, 50, of Smithfield Road in Shelbyville, was cited June 1 for disregarding a stop sign.

    Christopher A. Harnden, 24, of the 100 block of Whitetail Drive, was cited June 1 for license to be in possession.

  • Public Record - June 26 Edition

    Judge Matthew Eckert heard the following cases in Spencer District Court on May 31, 2013:

    Misdemeanor:
    Chagala Maximino Escribano (1983), creel and size limits for fish, guilty, $100 fine and court costs.

    Nancy L. Crenshaw (1967), giving officer false name or address, guilty, $100 fine and court costs.

    Bridgett R. Hoskins (1992), harassment no physical contact, guilty, $25 fine and court costs.

  • Counselor's Corner: How to ‘divorce-proof’ your marriage, part 2

    At the end of last week’s column, I made the statement, “It is not over until it is over.” Don’t give up on your marriage until you have exhausted all possible ways to not only salvage it, but improve it. It has happened with many couples I have worked with over the past 40-plus years, and it can happen with your marriage —if you really want that to happen.

  • The Savvy Senior: Learn the facts before joining a clinical trial

    Dear Savvy Senior,
    What can you tell me about clinical trials and how to go about finding one? My wife has a chronic condition and we’re interested in trying anything that may be able to help her.
    Looking For Help

    Dear Looking,

  • Pork: The perfect partner for easy entertaining

    Hosting planned or impromptu gatherings with friends and family can be a daunting task. From choosing a menu to preparing everything in time, planning a soiree can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. Entertaining is as easy as it is delicious when you choose pork as your party protein.

  • Currie to join offense at Morehead

    The Morehead State football program added 16 student-athletes on offense for the 2013 season, one of which is William Currie, offensive lineman from Spencer County High School.
    The list includes eight linemen, three quarterbacks, two running backs, two wide receivers and one tight end.