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Today's News

  • Historic Pathways: A Bridge, a Burning Cross and an Innocent man

       Some of the contents of my files are a mystery to me. I have notes on little  pieces of paper that contain names, addresses and phone numbers, or clippings from newspapers that have been in folders for years. I can’t scratch my head too much trying to remember who some of the people were or why I saved their addresses or phone numbers because my hair is too thin and it would be dangerous. Some of them aren’t too difficult to decipher, however.

  • TES Students of the Month
  • 2008 SCHS Grad named Scholar

     Joel Fickel, a 2008 graduate of Spencer County High School,  has been named a Sen. Jeff Green Scholar. Students earn this designation by achieving a 4.0 grade point average all four years of high school and scoring at least a 28 composite on the ACT.

  • Grizzlies fall in first-ever state playoff

    For the first time in the state of Kentucky’s history, there are middle school playoffs for the sport of football. Constructed last year, the Kentucky Middle School Football Association was created to organize and structure football in the state.

  • Faith For Today: Crisis in Character

     Another election season rolls around.  Political conventions and political ads fill the airwaves.  Everybody has an opinion and once again the question of character comes up.  Is he?  Did she?  What about her?  Can you trust him?  Will she keep her promises?  These and other questions about candidates often revolve around character, but  I think we have really missed the point.

  • HEADS AND TAILS - CHapter 7

     My brother was the best digger around! He had dug potatoes and postholes, but unfortunately he dug himself into a great big hole. When the phone rang, Mom asked, “Chloe, can you answer that?  It’s probably Woody.” When I answered and heard Woody’s voice, I could tell he’d been crying. “What’s the matter, Woody?” I asked. “Didn’t you like the concert?” “Oh Chloe, the concert was terrific,” Woody sobbed.

  • Election 2008: School board candidates square off

    Please note that Shannon Medley, candidate for district 3, has been added to this election survey response.

    As election day draws near, it is important for voters to know something about the candidates they are to choose from for the positions opening on the Spencer County School Board. 

    The following answers may help to introduce candidates to their communities.

    Please take note that Shannon Medley, running for School Board District 3 was unable to be contacted to participate, as she is out of town on business.

  • Church happenings

     

    Fisherville Baptist Holiday Bazaar

  • DECISION 2008

    EDITOR’S NOTE: With the election countdown at the 20-day mark, most already know who they will pick for the presidential race – but what about the races that more closely affect the daily lives of Spencer Countians? Do you know who you will be selecting as your representative on the school board or Taylorsville City Commission?

  • Church happening

     

    Fisherville Baptist 

    Fall Festival and Trunk or Treat will be October 26, starting at 5 p.m..  Please join us for a chili cook off, games, arts and crafts and lots of candy!  For more information, please call 267-5605.