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Today's News

  • COLUMN: Tips for your poinsettias

    Each year, I like to pass along the following tips and information about the most popular plant of the holiday season, the poinsettia.
    Traditional red and green colors are well represented in the flowers available for the holidays. Poinsettias, the most popular and spectacular holiday flowers, can combine both these colors.

  • The Far Middle: Dec. 7
  • Seven graduate from Mid-Continent University

    Seven local students graduated from Mid-Continent University on Dec. 3.
    Those students, their cities of residence, degrees earned and any honors received are as follows:
    • Laura L. Andrade, Taylorsville, Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude
    • Amy Quiroa, Fisherville, Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude
    • Rana Raymond Kaissieh, Coxs Creek, Associate of Science, cum laude
    • Sharon B. Wyatt, Coxs Creek, Associate of Science
    • Cessna H. Brown IV, Coxs Creek, Bachelor of Science

  • Taylorsville Elementary GREATS for the first nine weeks

    The following Taylorsville Elementary School students were named TES GREATS for the first nine weeks. These students maintained model behavior for the entire 1st 9 weeks grading period.

  • Homeowners need to prep for winter

    The change in seasons should bring about more than just a change of wardrobe. It’s important to check out your appliances and home systems now in order to help prevent unnecessary repairs when you need those systems the most.

  • COLUMN: Will you see what God has prepared for you?

    “But it is written, eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath prepared for them that love him” (1 Corinthians 2:9).
    As I look at this verse in the Bible, one thing is for sure, I am going to see what God has prepared for me. One question: are you going to see what God has prepared for you? Many times while speaking in churches and traveling in different states, I have heard many things said from people who claim to be Christian.
    Here are some:

  • COLUMN: Surprise attack

    Many will not realize it, but today is an important day. Many will pass this day without a thought, but somehow it always sticks with me.  Though it happened before I was born, Dec. 7, 1941 is a day that lives in my memory.  

  • COLUMN: Thoughts from the past week

    While there was no shortage of good ideas for the new Spencer County Public Library at a public meeting last Thursday, I, for one, have to say I was quite disappointed with the turnout.
    I counted around a dozen people at the meeting — and that count included the library director, the architect in charge of the project, a representative from the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives, three library board members and this newspaper editor.

  • Bringing ‘new life’ to the tree

    A man-made structure posing as a Christmas tree filled with vocalists telling the life story of Jesus Christ through song is quite an oddity —and community members need not travel any further than Taylorsville to take in the unique presentation of the first-annual Tree of Life this weekend.

  • FFA plans 22nd annual Farm Toy Show for this weekend

    You don’t have to be a farmer to love farm toys, and no doubt toy enthusiasts will flock to Spencer County High School this Friday and Saturday for the 22nd-annual FFA Farm Toy Show.