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Today's News

  • LETTER: Relay says thanks
  • PUBLIC RECORD: District Court

    District court

    The following case was heard by the Hon. Donna Dutton in Spencer County District Court July 20, 2010.

    Traffic:

    Oscar William Payne, operating a motor vehicle under/influence of alcohol/drugs, first offense. Amended to alcohol intoxication in a public place. Guilty. $143 court cost and $100 to Shop with a Cop.

    The following cases were heard by the Hon. Donna Dutton in Spencer County District Court July 23, 2010.

    Traffic:

    Brandon T. Clark, failure to wear seat belts. Guilty. $25 fine.

    Misdemeanor:

  • Church happenings

    Little Mt. Baptist fall festival

    Little Mount Baptist Church will be holding their annual fall festival Saturday, Sept. 11. Events will begin at 10 a.m. and include horse drawn wagon rides, music, food, yard sale, children’s activities and a live auction.

    Free booth space is available for yard sales and other organizations,’ however, there will be no concession food allowed at booths.

  • SCHS locker room a source of pride

    The Bears now have a den of their own.

    Through contributions of money, time and hard work, the Spencer County High School football team has a locker room to be proud of. After previously being assigned to the visiting locker rooms in the basketball gym, which meant a long walk from the field, their new space is bigger, closer and a source of pride.

    “Until this point, our football team didn’t have a true locker room,” said Coach Wes Napper.

  • Gourd exposure

    The Kentucky Gourd Society hosted teacher Bonnie Gibson on August 4 - 6. Gibson is a self-taught artist living in Arizona who is internationally know for gourd carving. The classes offered were:

    • Power Carving Class, a class for beginner and intermediate gourd carvers

    • River Bed Gourd, where students created recesses in the gourds and added pebbles for a river bed effect

    • Peacock Feather Gourd, where students inset a piece of glass on their gourds and designed a peacock feather around it

  • LETTER: Deputies work for the taxpayers

    In response to the letter from the clearly misinformed deputies of Spencer County; The taxpayers, aka, the public would like to let the deputies know that they are not employed by Steve Coulter.  This goes for all county employees.  You work for the taxpayers.  The person your performance is judged by may authorize your pay and sign your timecard or paycheck, but it is merely a worthless piece of paper without the money that we the taxpayers back it up with and deposit regularly to cover those expenses.

  • Bears front line will be key to success

    They are usually the easiest to spot on the field, but the hardest to name from the stands. These are typically the biggest, meanest and dirtiest guys on a football team, but they are also the most anonymous.

    They’re the offensive line and while they don’t get the attention or credit of the guys who score the touchdowns, their efforts are just as important.

    For Spencer County’s 2010 football season, a large, seasoned line might be the team’s most potent weapon.

  • County explores online fee paying

    County officials have found a way to make paying taxes a little less painful. Soon, companies will be able to pay many fees online and there is a possibility of expanding the service to other county offices.

  • J.D. Shelburne softball showdown

    J.D. Shelburne Band and crew will host their third annual St. Jude Charity Softball Game on Saturday August 14.  JD Shelburne and his team will battle against the 97.5 WAMZ Country HAMZ softball team at Ray Jewell Park at 2 pm.  Rain or shine.

     Come out and support and make a donation to children of St. Jude.

  • What's Happening: Spencer County's community calendar

    Chamber luncheon

    How do you turn ordinary products in to super brands?  What are the key components of branding and how can those relate to small businesses?    See what super brands do consistently to communicate their brand story to the public and win loyalty.

    Tomorrow’s Chamber luncheon features Allegra Print & Imaging and discusses what small businesses can learn from the world’s best brands.  The luncheon cost $10 for members, $13 for non-members and will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the chamber building in Taylorsville.