Today's News

  • Worm composting a slithery solution to unfertilized gardens, plants

    Curt Barnett first heard mention of worm composting in the movie “Dumb and Dumber.” After noticing a couple other references, Barnett’s interest was piqued.

  • COLUMN: Will the new NBA entry age return to 18?

    As summer’s wool blanket settles onto Kentucky from asphalt to tobacco base – some call it HHH, we look across the sports landscape and see ...
    1. Could be big impact news for fans in Kentucky. In negotiations for a new contract, the NBA Players Union is reportedly agreeable to adjusting the age limit for entry from 19 to 18 again. High school graduates could go straight to the NBA draft ... OR commit to play college basketball for more than one year. Number on the table is two.

  • Fun in the mud

    Evan McKinney of Taylorsville takes his turn during Saturday’s mud bog in Lawrenceburg to benefit the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office’s Shop With a Cop program as well as the Kentucky Sheriff’s Association’s Boys and Girls Camp. Another Taylorsville resident, David Stevens, won the event’s 44-inch tire class in his truck named Bow Tie Bogger.

  • Little League game a thriller

    On Saturday, the undefeated Hot Rods played the Reds at Ray Jewell park.

    With the Reds leading the game in the last inning, hoping to give the Hot Rods their first loss of the season, Caleb Gettinger stole home to tie the game in the last inning to send the game into overtime.
    Wyatt DeRudder, son of Coach Trent Derudder, then hit an infield home run to win the game for the Hot Rods.
    The final score was 13 to 12.

  • Lady Bears softball elevated to new levels in 2011

    The just completed 2010-11 school year proved that Spencer County is ready to be a contender in several sports at the region level.

  • May's healthy hero

    Why is Debbie Cannon a Healthy Hero?

  • KSP plans traffic safety checkpoints

    Kentucky State Police Post 12, which provides police coverage for Anderson, Fayette, Franklin, Scott, Shelby, Spencer and Woodford counties, will conduct periodic traffic safety checkpoints at locations approved by the Kentucky State Police Policy and Procedures Manual, according to a news release.
    There will also be special traffic enforcement in high collision areas using radar, laser and saturation patrols, the news release said.

  • The Far Middle: June 8
  • Taylorsville Elementary recognizes students of the month

    The Taylorsville Elementary Students of the Month were Jenna Pegram, Dakota Nation, Wyatt Nation, Mackenzie Bell, Zachary Greyling and Chelsea Stevens.

  • Local Whitefield Academy student named a Governor’s Scholar

    Elk Creek resident Mandy Smith was recently selected for the 2011 Kentucky Governor’s Scholar Program. Smith is a junior at Whitefield Academy in Louisville and has a weighted GPA of 4.5. She is ranked first in her class. Smith plays high school golf and participates in the Musselman-Dunne Summer Golf Tour. She qualified as an individual in the 2010 girls state golf tournament. She plays both piano and organ for Riverview Baptist Church and works in the children’s ministry on Sunday and Wednesday nights. She is the daughter of Mary Ann and Ronnie Smith.