We would like to congratulate the city of Taylorsville for going above and beyond the call of duty in its most recent search for a police chief to fill the position being made available by the retirement of current chief Toby Lewis.
This week we ran a story involving convicted Class-D felons working to collect money for the Crusade for Children during the first week in June. At the time we originally provided the information to the public regarding the Crusade we had no idea that some of the participants were in fact class-D felons.
A citizen who has been a very vocal critic of the city of Taylorsville frightened two members of the Taylorsville City Commission Thursday evening, prompting a call to law enforcement to handle the situation.
The two finalists for county judge have submitted their most recent election finance documents with respect to the recently completed primary election as they set their sights on the general election in November.
More information has become available in the instance of the Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District utilizing the class D felon work program to collect Crusade for Children funds, including the criminal backgrounds of the inmates used.