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Today's News

  • COLUMN: Celebrate Newspapers in Education

    What has a newspaper given you this week? Some useful information about your local government? A weather report, crossword puzzle, or a heartwarming story about triumph over tragedy? Perhaps a newspaper has supplied a great recipe idea or a fun fact about your community. Hopefully it has even helped spur you to action or helped you make a difficult decision about an issue affecting your community.
    If a newspaper can give its adult readers all of those things, imagine the learning opportunities it could give a student in our local schools.

  • Family Resource Center aids local families in need

    Family Resource Center, located inside Spencer County Elementary School, helps families in need of clothing, food, affordable housing, paying bills and other necessities that can stand in the way of their children’s education.

  • Earls named Healthy Hero for February

    Paula Earls, pictured right, has lost over 120 lbs. and she did this even with heart trouble and a knee replacement.

  • Website to become subscription-based service

    Beginning Wednesday, March 23, The Spencer Magnet’s website, www.spencermagnet.com, will become a subscription-based service.
    Anyone with a subscription to the newspaper will have access to all of the news and features that appear in each week’s print product, along with a number of online-only features including videos, slideshows and more.
    A digital PDF version of the newspaper will also be available online.

  • Dream season ends

    A wonderful season came to a disappointing end Tuesday night for the Spencer County Bears as they fell to Oldham County 70-50 in the finals of the Eighth Region Tournament in New Castle.

  • ‘Gremlins’ in the courthouse?

    The Spencer County Courthouse has seen its share of uninvited guests recently — at least that’s what the empty pizza boxes found after hours would suggest.
    During Monday morning’s fiscal court meeting, Judge-Executive Bill Karrer told magistrates about the apparent after hours guests.
    “It seems like we have gremlins in our courthouse,” Karrer said.
    Karrer said it seems like a group of teenagers might be sneaking into the courthouse just before it closes and having a party of sorts.

  • Contract extension passes on split vote

    When Superintendent Chuck Adams took the helm as the leader of Spencer County Schools almost four years ago, he said improving the struggling district was a daunting challenge.
    “It’s been absolutely overwhelming at times. When you come in to a divisive situation, your first order of business is to reassemble a vision and direction, and to bring in as many supporters as you can,” said Adams, who was recently awarded a contract extension by the Spencer County Board of Education.

  • Man dies in wreck on Ky. 48

    A Springfield man died Friday afternoon after crashing his truck into an embankment on Ky. 48.

  • Bears fall to Oldham County

    Spencer County's dream season came to an end Tuesday night as the Bears fell to the Oldham County Colonels by a final score of 70-50 in the championship game of the Eighth Region tournament.

    For complete details, see Wednesday's edition of The Spencer Magnet.

  • VIDEO: Bears get big send-off to region finals

    The Spencer County High School Bears basketball team got a big send-off Tuesday evening.

    The Bears play Oldham County for the Eighth Region championship tonight at 7.

    Scroll down to view a video of this evening's parade.

    Check our website and Wednesday's paper for game results.