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Today's News

  • Cottingham concert

    The First Cedar Creek Baptist Church, Bardstown, will host Ronnie Cottingham of Lucedale, Mississippi in concert Sunday, September 14, at 6:30 p.m.  The author and composer of “You’re the Only Bible that Some People Read,” Ron Cottingham has sung in well-known gospel quartets, but now sings solo.

    All are invited to this free concert of gospel music. Following the concert, an offering will be received for Mr. Cottingham’s music ministry.

  • Crops, livestock suffering from dry spell

    Too little. Too late.

    That’s what many local farmers have to say about this week’s rain forecast. The dry summer months have left their crops wilting in the fields – and as the harvest approaches, many of them doubt the yield will even be close to normal.

    “We’re in a break even situation at best,” said Darrell Hardin, of Cox’s Creek.

  • BLOG UPDATE THURS.: From the front lines at the RNC

    THURSDAY

    We had to get up early for a Kentucky Delegation breakfast and commemorative photo session. It was fun to see everyone even though it was so early! We realized that this would be the last time we'd all be together. There was another luncheon today and then the last convention session with John McCain's speech!

  • Junior Stallions win big

    On Saturday September 6 the Spencer County Junior Stallions defeated the Fairdale Bulldogs 39-7.  The Stallions were lead by quarterback, Tanner Young, who was 5 of 5 passing including a two yard run, three TD passes, and a pass for extra point. Running back Nathan Conard was the recipient of two Young TD passes and a defensive interception for a third TD on the day.  Tight end, Caleb Sullivan scored twice on a young pass and a long run from scrimmage late in the game.

  • Vehicle flips on Bloomfield Road

     Spencer County Emergency Services were called to the scene of a one car accident on Bloomfield Road on Friday.

  • Flight nurse helps with evacuation during Gustav

    The threat of Hurricane Gustav brought back memories of Katrina for rescuers last week as many across the country answered the call for assistance – including Taylorsville native Martin “Moe” Nethery.

    Nethery, a flight nurse paramedic for Air Methods Kentucky in Frankfort, and several of his co-workers flew down to Louisiana two Fridays ago he said. They packed up and went to help, having no idea what they would be coming up against or how long they would be away from their families.

  • PHOTO: Future soccer star

    Logan Holbrook, of the Spencer County Flames U11 team, works to keep the ball away from a Southern Indiana United player. The Flames won 2-1 during a recent game at Waterford Park.

     

  • LETTER: Join in the JDRF walk this Saturday

    Hi my name is Amanda Martin and I have had Type 1 Juvenile Diabetes since I was 11 years old. Today I am 14 and a freshman in high school.

    I would like to invite you to attend the JDRF (juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s) walk for a cure Saturday, September 13th  at Bowman Field/Seneca Park. The registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walk begins at 10 a.m.

    My family and I will be walking and would love to see you there.

  • Grand Champ

    Fifteen-year-old Taylor Stevenson Tolle took top honors at the 2008 Kentucky State Fair when she won the grand champion award for best steer.

    “This is big,” said Taylor. “Especially after three years of getting reserve (champion). It feels really good to get grand (champion).”

  • LETTER: Great job Magnet staff

    Most of the time when I write a letter to the editor, it’s really kind of directed to the readers. This letter is actually to our esteemed editor, Robin Bass. I want to give credit where credit is due, so, Robin, make sure you publish this so that everyone gives you the credit you so richly deserve.

    Robin, I really wanted you to know that I think you and your staff are doing an outstanding job with each and every newspaper that you publish.