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Today's News

  • Lady Bears start with 1-2 record

    The Spencer County Lady Bears experienced extreme highs and lows in their opening week of the basketball season. They tipped the season off with a blowout victory on the road at Shawnee, but suffered a lopsided defeat later in the week and began the season with a 1-2 record.

  • Bears win shootout with Whitefield

    The Spencer County Bears got their first win of the season Thursday night with a come-from-behind victory at Whitefield Academy, 47-43.

  • Better Business Bureau advises on giving safely this holiday season

    Because of technology and the creativity of charities, there are many ways donors can give to a worthy cause. Whether you’re giving money, canned goods, used items, or your time, BBB wants to remind donors that how you give is just as important as what you give.

  • Citizens give input on new public library

    The new Spencer County Public Library will have nice landscaping, natural light, up-to-date technology and maybe even a generator — that is, if those attending a brainstorming meeting last Thursday have anything to say about it.
    Chris Cottongim, of 5253 Design Group, who will be designing the new library, led the meeting, which served to gather ideas from community members about what they would like to see at the new library and what they would like it to look like.

  • MAP tests provide teachers with individualized academic data

    Now more than ever individualized academic data on each student serviced by the Spencer County School District is at educator’s finger tips courtesy of the district’s new Measures of Academic Progress testing system. Spencer County Board of Education members agree that how the data is used is what is most important.

  • PHOTO: Farm Bureau award

    The Spencer County Farm Bureau was recognized for outstanding membership and program achievement during the recent 92nd Kentucky Farm Bureau annual meeting in Louisville.  In this photo, Scott Williams, center, accepts the award from David S. Beck, right, Kentucky Farm Bureau executive vice president, and Bradley R. Smith, left, executive vice president of Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Companies, during the Dec. 2 recognition and awards program.

  • COLUMN: African violets bloom indoors year round

    One of a few sure things in my life is that I can keep my African violets in bloom year round. Many complain that after the first flush of blooms fades, the only thing left is a year’s worth of fuzzy foliage. Well, with a little attention you can keep your African violet cycling in and out of bloom all year round. African violets are easier to grow than many think, if you create a favorable growing environment

  • 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