Today's News

  • Sheeley elected Democratic Party treasurer

    Dianne Sheeley was recently elected treasurer of the Spencer County Democratic Party.

  • Property transfers — 3/30

    The following property transfers were recently recorded at the Spencer County Clerk’s Office:

    American Founders Loan Corporation, Lexington, to Jason L. Henrichs and Tonya R. Henrichs, Taylorsville, .36 acres known as lot 76 of Top Flight Landing, as described in deed book 237 page 131, $202,000.

    Sanctuary Homes LLC, Eminence, to Matthew B. Weekes and Amy Weekes, lot 21 of Elk Creek Subdivision, as described in deed book 237 page 136, $247,932.56.

  • ‘Extra hands’ needed at Lifelong Learning Center

    The Lifelong Learning Center in Taylorsville is looking for a couple of things that most citizens already have — a few free minutes a week and the skill set of reading.

  • Making yeast bread the focus of recent SOS class

    Minnie Naive taught 10 people how to bake yeast breads in an SOS class on Tuesday, March 22. She demonstrated 3 different kinds of bread at various stages.

    Naive has taught yeast breads as an SOS classes 4 times over the years. This year, she saw that it was a requested class and volunteered to teach it again.
    “I enjoy making bread, and it’s one class I knew I could teach!” said Naive.

  • Quilters’ Day Out makes for fun, crafty day

    The Patchworkers Quilt Guild, a Spencer County Homemakers club, participated in the Quilters’ Day Out on March 12 in Louisville.

  • Queens of the Bluegrass

    The Lady Bears are off to a good start on the softball diamond and have posted a 5-1 record early in the season. Following a 1-0 loss to CAL last Tuesday, the girls have strung together four straight victories, which included a 9-1 win over Nelson County, a 7-1 win over Henry County and 8-1 over Southern and a 20-0 romp over Fairdale. They are scheduled to meet Fairdale again at home today and will be at Bullitt Central on Thursday. They’ll participate in an Oldham County tournament over spring break.

  • COLUMN: A fantastic Final Four

    No one could have predicted the Final Four that begins play this weekend with 11 seed Virginia Commonwealth matched up with 8th seed Butler. Well, that’s not exactly true. Of the 5.9 million bracket entries collected by ESPN, two people did actually pick these four teams. Odds are, those brackets were filled out after tossing some darts or by an old lady in North Dakota who was bored with her daily crossword puzzle.

  • COLUMN: Soaring Kentucky heads to Final Four

    The commonwealth’s big triple?
    The only way last weekend could have been My-Old-Kentucky-Home-better would be if Happy Chandler were here to sing our song, and my Corbin friend Malcolm Pace had a microphone to say, “Boys, it don’t get no better than this.”
    Pikeville College is king of NAIA. Bears are national champions.
    Bellarmine is king of NCAA Division II. Knights are national champions.
    And, East Region champion Kentucky is headed to the Final Four.

  • First place at Jamfest Nationals

  • SCES dance team wins at Jamfest Nationals

    The Spencer County Elementary School dance team recently earned two national championships at Jamfest Nationals.