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Today's News

  • KSP nabs suspected stabber

    Louisville Metro Police made an arrest in a January incident that left an Indiana man stabbed and bleeding in the Elk Creek Grocery parking lot.
    According to a Kentucky State Police news release, LMPD executed an arrest warrant on Feb. 10 on Paul C. Barr, 34, of Louisville, and he was lodged in the Jefferson County Jail and charged with first-degree assault.
    Thursday, Barr was transferred to the Shelby County Detention Center where he remains with no bond. Barr was scheduled to be arraigned Friday morning in Spencer District Court.

  • Sheriff says he will share his radio frequency pending signed agreement from fire, city police

    A signed memorandum of understanding is the only thing separating the city police and local fire department from obtaining the Spencer County Sheriff’s Department’s new radio frequency, Sheriff Donald “Buddy” Stump said during a radio demonstration during Monday night’s Fiscal Court meeting.
    Once the Taylorsville Police Department and the Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District have signed MOUs with the county, those agencies will be given the sheriff’s frequency improving communication between the agencies, Stump said.

  • A WATERY WRAP-UP: Police chase ends with man in pond

    A police chase early last Wednesday morning ended with a Taylorsville man diving into a a farm pond off Kings Church Road where law enforcement officials were awaiting him on the other side.

  • SHOOTING STRAIGHT: How the firearms debate is shaping up in Spencer County

  • CAR ROLLS FOUR TIMES

    Three people were injured in a one-vehicle accident on Ky. 44 near Day Road on Saturday afternoon.

  • Court officially nixes EMS privatization talks

    Nearly six months after its formation, the EMS Privatization Committee of the Fiscal Court made an official recommendation Monday night not to privatize the county’s EMS services.
    Magistrate Mike Moody brought up the topic at an August 2012 meeting, and Judge-Executive Bill Karrer appointed Moody, Magistrate Jerry Davis, Magistrate Woodie Cheek and EMS Director Jeff Coulter to the committee to investigate.

  • COLUMN: St. Valentine revisited

    I suspect most of you have no idea about the person and the saintly episode that is commemorated each Feb. 14 by friends, family and most importantly, lovers. In fact, there are several versions of how the most romantic saint became a commercial success.

  • COLUMN: Kentucky Alfalfa Conference coming to Lexington

    After several years in Cave City, the 33rd Kentucky Alfalfa Conference will take place Feb. 21 at the Fayette County office of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service in Lexington. The conference begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m.
    Speakers include UK College of Agriculture extension forage specialists, Kentucky alfalfa producers and the conference’s keynote speaker Dennis Hancock, extension forage specialist at the University of Georgia.

  • Loan, deficiency payment programs continued for 2013 crop year

    The marketing assistance loan (MAL) and loan deficiency payment (LDP) provisions authorized in the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 (the 2008 Farm Bill) have been extended for the 2013 crop year with the passage of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.

  • SAVVY SENIOR: How to divvy up your stuff

    Dear Savvy Senior,
    What’s the best, conflict-free way to divvy up my personal possessions to my kids after I’m gone? I have a lot of jewelry, art, family heirlooms and antique furniture, and five grown kids that don’t always see eye-to-eye on things. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Seeking Peace

    Dear Seeking,