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Today's News

  • Festival on Main St. this Saturday

    As many gourd heads gather in Taylorsville this weekend, the Main Street Committee is hoping visitors will take the time to spend a few hours Saturday in historic downtown enjoying the Main Street Arts Fair and Music Festival.

    The fair is scheduled for 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. and will feature local and regional juried artists selling and displaying their works in town square along Main Street. The event will also include local country and bluegrass musical talent with performances from Hank and the Sanctuary Band, The Elk Creek Band, BlueZenGrass, Judge Angus and David Delaney.

  • Ribbon cutting: Groomingdale's

    ROBIN BASS/The Spencer Magnet

     

    Groomingdales Boarding and Grooming Salon celebrated the opening of their new business with a ribbon cutting recently.

    Groomingdales offers grooming and boarding for all dog breeds, cats and parrots.  Julie Harpe-Basham is the expert groomer that will be taking care of your little babies, along with employee Abigail Smith.

    Groomingdales is open Tuesday through Saturday and is located behind Elmars BP at 34 Commerce Drive in Elk Creek. Call for an appointment, 477-0897.

  • LETTER: Why I'm Biking 1,400 miles for Dr. Dan

    On April 12, I started a 1,400 mile bike ride across Kentucky in support of Dr. Daniel Mongiardo for U.S. Senate.  I’m 67-years old – a veteran, an author and Kentucky’s first Unbridled Spirit award winner.  But my most important role is a grandfather to thirteen grandchildren. 

  • Edible wild plants, virtually free and nutritious

    In this time of economic uncertainty, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to find an inexpensive source of food that is highly nutritious? It’s possible by foraging for wild edible plants. Most people cringe when they see weeds like dandelions, clover and plantain growing in their yards, and yet these weeds provide an alternative to the expensive lettuce mixes available at the store. It is possible to find free food growing in your back yard – you just have to alter your perception of what a weed really is.

  • Judge executive candidate respond to forum questions

    The following are excerpts taken from the responses of judge executive candidates at the Primary Election Forum held Friday, May 7.

    1. The judge-executive is responsible for overseeing the county’s finances, providing recommendations to fiscal court about how to best spend tax revenue, recommending persons for various county boards, and representing our interests in Frankfort. What qualifications, experiences and skills do you have that would make you the best candidate for judge-executive?

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

    Election

    business only

    The Spencer County Clerk’s office will be open for election business only all day Tuesday, May 18, as this is primary election day. There will be no renewals, transfers, etc., done on that day. The clerk’s office thanks you for your understanding.

    Employment fair

  • Faried, 'The Bullet' and UK grads make it a good news week

    Kenneth Faried stepped back from the NBA black hole last week for precisely the right reason. Said he will return for a senior season at Morehead State because he wants “... to fulfill the promise to my Mom to graduate so she can see me walk across the stage and get my degree next May,” he said in a press release.

  • PHOTO: Southern belles in-training

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

    Sofie Whitaker (center) celebrated her fourth birthday at CupCake Corner in The Red Scooter playing “dress-up” with her best friends Breezie (left) and Natalie.  After dressing up in hats and scarves and jewelry, the girls had cupcakes and pinky-punchie tea while hearing a story about a little girl who ate too many cupcakes. 

  • SCMS district win

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

     Spencer County Middle School girls soccer recently won the District Soccer Championship.

  • Candidate forum draws few

    The judge executive candidates were walking to their seats as Patty Davis reached down into her purse and pulled out a pen and a small pad of paper. Taking notes had become a habit, she explained; a way to confirm if she heard correctly. And in the case of Friday’s Primary Election Forum, Patty wanted to remember every word.

    As for her husband, David Davis, he was more focused on what he did not want to hear – anything that would involve increasing his taxes or spending more taxpayer money.