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Today's News

  • SuperTracker in time for healthy New Year’s resolutions

  • COLUMN: A new year in the garden and on the farm

    Hope you don’t mind that I take this opportunity to reflect a little.  Another year is gone. I remember my elders marveling over this and how quickly time goes by and I get it now.  I have learned some this year but I don’t necessarily feel smarter; I have aged some but don’t necessarily feel older; and I have made new friends that have taught me that there is always potential, which has made me excited about the rest of my life.

  • The Far Middle: Dec. 28
  • PHOTOS: Students enjoy career week at TES

    Taylorsville Elementary School students recently participated in Career Week, during which guidance lessons were focused on career awareness.

    Teachers included different activities for this theme into their week.  
The week culminated with the school’s Career Day event.  Students had the opportunity to share their future career aspirations in a variety of ways.  Representatives from each of the 14 Kentucky Career Clusters visited assigned grades to share information about their career.  

  • PHOTO: TES Drama Club performs ‘The Frog Prince Continued’

    Pictured is the Frog Prince, played by Stanley Shivers. The Prince was turned into a coach by the Fairy Godmother, who was played by Jasmine Patterson.

  • Spencer Christian Church announces new Saturday night service

    Spencer Christian Church is announcing the addition of a new Saturday worship service beginning Jan. 7 at 5:30 p.m.  
    According to a news release, church leaders have been praying and discussing the need for an alternate time of worship for those who are unable to make a Sunday morning service.  
    Associate Minister, Ivan Spencer said, “We are so in love with Jesus that we want to offer solutions and remove barriers that hinder people from experiencing God and loving Jesus.”  

  • COLUMN: Doing the Lord’s work, at any age

    I was talking to one of my daughters the other day, after she read one of my articles in the paper. She said, “Dad, you probably made a lot of people mad with that article.” My reply — “Maybe so, but I preached it in my church and everyone came back the next Sunday.”
    I only preach and write what God lays on my heart, and one thing is for sure, I am going to stay true to God regardless of what he tells me to do.

  • Kentucky libraries seek additional construction funding from state

    Job applicants searching online for employment opportunities, workshop participants learning how to build a better resume, children learning to read or studying after school — these are just a few of the ways Kentuckians are taking increased advantage of their local libraries during tough economic times, according to the Kentucky Public Library Association. And they represent just part of the reason why local libraries have come together to ask the Kentucky legislature to take advantage of an established state construction grant program, according to a news release.

  • Sheriff gets clean audit on tax settlement account

    State Auditor Crit Luallen recently released the audit of the Sheriff’s Settlement - 2010 Taxes for Spencer County Sheriff, Donald “Buddy” Stump, for the period Jan. 1, 2011 through April 15, 2011.
    State law requires the auditor to annually audit the accounts of each county sheriff. In compliance with this law, the auditor issues two sheriff’s reports each year: one reporting on the audit of the sheriff’s tax account and the other reporting on the audit of the fee account used to operate the office.

  • GUEST COLUMN: Redistricting to lead off 2012 session

    Right up front I want to thank the Kentucky Standard, the Pioneer News, and the Spencer Magnet for faithfully printing these columns. I know they don’t do it as a favor to me, but rather to you, their readers. They know that these columns are my writing to you, rather than a stock piece from a staffer in the House. A friend from Spencer County told me once that he liked my writing; said it was at fourth-grade level, so he could understand it. I’m pretty sure he meant it as a compliment, even though he has a college degree or two.