Today's News

  • Crash at Normandy and Ky. 55 claims life

    A two-vehicle crash Saturday at the intersection of Ky. 55 and Normandy Road left one person dead, three others injured and a 5-month-old baby without a scratch.

    Shirley P. Belcher, 71, of 763 Normandy Station Road, died from injuries sustained in the accident.

    Belcher was a passenger in a 1995 Ford truck driven by Sonya Loosvelt, 52, also of 763 Normandy Station Road.

    According to a Kentucky State Police news release, Loosvelt was driving the truck southbound on Ky. 55 when she attempted to make a left turn onto Normandy Road.

  • Doghouse Divided: Week 4

    Library Assistant Needed
    Seeking organized individual who can develop a new section of our library to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Must be motivated, focused and punctual. Must be familiar with the Dewey Decimal System. Beginning wages - $7.50 per hour. If interested, see Mrs. Grant.

  • ENGAGEMENT: Stidham, Thornhill to wed

    Chuck and Gina Stidham of Taylorsville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Stidham, to Ryan Thornhill.

    The groom-to-be is a son of Jeff and Susan Thornhill of Irvington.
    The wedding will take place at the Caldwell Chapel in Louisville on Oct. 15. Formal invitations have been sent.

  • ENGAGEMENT: Taylor, Baird to wed

    Rachel Renee Taylor and Andrew Kelly Baird announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

  • BIRTH: Carmany family welcomes Cameron

    Dana and Stacy Carmany of Taylorsville announce the birth of their son, Cameron Scott Carmany, on July 26, 2011.

    He weighed 4 pounds, 9 ounces and was 17.5 inches long.
    Grandparents are Jim and Lisa Barker of Taylorsville and Dan and Lisa Carmany of Taylorsville. Great-grandparents are Jim and Linda Stover of  Elizabethtown, Barbara Deboard of Mount Washington, William and Loretta Carmany of Wadsworth, Ohio, and John and Jean Hoar of Medina, Ohio.
    The family says thank you for prayers and cards, and says Cameron is doing wonderful.

  • Public record: Indictments and district court

    A Spencer County Grand Jury heard the following case, and charges, in an indictment filed July 21, that:

  • COLUMN: A tragedy of war

    The reality of war is that everyone gets wounded. Some wounds heal rapidly, some last for a lifetime. Some are seen, some invisible; but, all are still just as serious.
    The wounds presented here are commonly referred to as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD.

  • Pumpkin: The culinary jewel of the fall

    Pumpkin squares are one of Marlene Stark’s favorite fall desserts. Her baby sister gave her the recipe many years ago. She does not know where her sister found the recipe, but knows that she often exchanged recipes with coworkers in Ohio.
    Stark’s sister was 9 years younger than her. When Stark married at 17, her sister was still a child. Her sister often visited her in her new home in California and the two became close.
    “She was special,” said Stark. “We hit it off good.”

  • Familiar Main Street facade survived 1913 fire, serves multiple purposes

    It was a chore that produced anticipation.

  • Bears maul Atherton 55-7

    There’s a lot of fun to be had on the sidelines of a 55-7 blowout, but Spencer County Bears’ Football Coach Mike Marksbury was proud of his team for taking care of job one at Atherton on Friday night when they picked up a district victory over the Rebels.