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Today's News

  • Taylorsville woman killed in Hodgenville crash

    A Taylorsville woman died from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon on Bardstown Road, Hodgenville.

    Amy C. Parks, 28, also known as Amy Smallwood, was driving a 2000 Ford Escort north on U.S. 31E, just south of Peak Road, when the vehicle crossed the centerline and struck another vehicle almost head-on.

    Parks was “laying on the ground beside the car” when officers arrived, said LaRue County Sheriff Bobby Shoffner. However, he believes she was wearing a seatbelt and was not ejected from the vehicle.

  • LETTER: Football association emphasizes safety

    To the charge that the Spencer County Youth Football Association is about winning only is absurd. The SCYFA organization has always been about leadership, teambuilding, and teaching the fundamentals of football.

  • LETTER: Fairness in Charter Government?
  • LETTER: Sports about more than playing time

    I have been a part of the Spencer County Stallions with my children for over six years and proud of it! 

  • Head-on collision kills one, injures family of five

    A fatal car crash on Taylorsville Road Friday shut down traffic in the area for hours as emergency personnel tended to survivors and police pieced together what had happened.

  • FROM THE WORD: Lifestyle of sin cannot be ignored

    This is another article on backsliding. We see Paul writing to the church at Corinth.

    2 Corinthians 1:1– Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God, and Timothy our brother, unto the church of God which is at Corinth, with all saints which are in all Achaia.

    As we look at Paul writing to the church about what he was expecting to find. Because this was going to be his third visit there.

  • Kentucky, Western and Louisville: Can the experts be wrong?

    Last, last and also-ran.

    Dire predictions for the Commonwealth’s three Division 1 football teams, Kentucky, Western Kentucky and Louisville.

    Media chose Kentucky for the SEC East cellar. Sun Belt coaches picked the Hilltoppers for the basement. And, Louisville expectations in the Big East are less a hot topic than Steve Kragthorpe’s hot seat.

    Low expectation is a blast furnace for fiery motivation speeches to stir pride of strong young men “... to prove those experts wrong.”

    Good news?

  • Quarreling and exhorting not allowed at Little Union

    You just never know where interesting Spencer County history may be found. For instance, on the Kentucky Baptist Histories Baptist History Homepage appears the “Year Book of Little Union Baptist Church Fairfield, Ky.

    Since Spencer County wasn’t formed until 1824, the church was in Nelson County when it was formed in 1811. Here’s the  item from the Nelson County Library:

     “Notes on the History of Little Union Baptist Church.

  • Sunrise golf event at Valhalla

     

    Local golfers will have a chance to play Kentucky’s premier course during Sunrise Children’s Services annual Champions’ Challenge Golf Tournament on August 24 at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville.

     The site of last year’s historic Ryder Cup will again play host to the event and for $3,000, a foursome can play 18 holes, enjoy a lunch and a post-game reception catered by Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse.

  • Rage takes 2nd in12U fastpitch world series

    The Heartland Rage 12U Fastpitch softball team was named runners-up in the 2009 USFA 12U World Series recently in Panama City Beach, Fla. A total of 93 teams competed in the tournament.

    The girls went into the championship game July 18 undefeated only to have the winner of the losers bracket, a team from Tennessee called the ‘Lil Lady Warriors, beat them twice for the championship title.