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Today's News

  • EDITORIAL: From our office to your mailbox

    This time next week, you may just find a surprise in your mailbox.
    Twice each year, The Spencer Magnet publishes a countywide sample, which is mailed to every household in Spencer County. Next Wednesday, April 4, is the first of those editions this year.
    We hear in life that nothing is truly free, but we at the Magnet beg to differ.

  • Branham graduates from basic training

    Air Force Airman Steffen J. Branham graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
    The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

  • Motorcycle road skills testing resumes April 12

    Motorcycle road skills testing will resume next month beginning Thursday, April 12 and continue until Oct. 11.
    Testing will be on the second Thursday of each month at 10:30 a.m. if weather permits. If on the day of testing, you are unsure about the testing due to weather conditions, the examiner will have made a decision by 9:30 a.m. Call the circuit clerk’s office at 477-3220 to find out his decision.
    The location for the testing has been moved to Waterford Park on Ky. 44, five miles west of Taylorsville

  • Two deputies complete training in Richmond

    Darren Todd McClease and Andrew Scott Ware, deputies with the Spencer County Sheriff’s Office, graduated March 16 with law enforcement officers from 20 agencies across the state from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.

  • Fiscal Court to vote Monday on zoning repeal

    The Spencer County Fiscal Court could decide Monday to take its agricultural, residential, commercial and industrial zoning classifications back to those enforced prior to 2010.
    The court will hear the second reading of an ordinance to do just that based on the recommendation of the Taylorsville-Spencer County Joint Planning and Zoning Commission.

  • The Far Middle: March 28
  • Organizers claim disc golf ‘not dead’

    Following an email campaign of support and meeting with state officials, local disc golf enthusiasts heard some welcome words last week.

  • Mexican restaurant coming to town

    It’s one of those statements that many Spencer County residents feel like they don’t hear enough — there’s a new restaurant coming to town.
    Seasoned restaurant owners and Spencer County residents Reinel and Heather Salgado filed for a business license March 12 to open La Fiesta Brava mexican restaurant in the old On The Way Café location at 100 Tanglewood Drive.

  • Mobley pleads not guilty to attempted murder, assault

    A Mount Eden man facing attempted murder and wanton endangerment charges for allegedly pistol-whipping and assaulting a woman entered a not guilty plea in Spencer County District Court Friday.

  • Caught red-handed: Sheriff’s dept. stops home invasion in progress, two arrested

    A rash of burglaries has plagued Spencer County in the past several months, but the Spencer County Sheriff’s Department got a one-up on a man and woman invading a Cochran Hill Road home yesterday afternoon.