• 60 Years Ago
    April 1, 1954

    Illegal to Sell Quail For Food, Is Ruling
    The Kentucky Game and Fish Commission, at its regular March meeting, approved a regulation barring the sale of quail obtained from any source for food in Kentucky.
    The action was taken, Earl Wallace, Commissioner of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, said, “to prevent sale of native quail under the guise of being out-of-state wildlife shipped into the state as food.”



  • Spring in Spencer County is a great time of greening and warming, but it’s also a time when livestock producers need to watch out for grass tetany, also called spring tetany or grass staggers. Some people also refer to it as wheat pasture poisoning, winter tetany or lactation tetany. Regardless, it’s a condition caused by an abnormally low level of magnesium in the blood.

  • I want to say spring has sprung, but it hasn’t. I have 160 Freedom Ranger chicks coming in the mail next week and lambs hitting the ground (don’t worry, that’s shepherd talk for lambs being born). I want warm not just for the new 2-legged and 4-legged arrivals but for my potatoes, onions and kale. I need warm before I can even think of putting a tomato, bean or cucumber out in the garden.

  • I am a fairly organized but not necessarily neat guy. For example my keys go in the same place each night. That spot may get filled with other scraps of paper or coins, but my keys will always be there. That way I can always find my keys.Most of us do the same sort of thing; we find ways to keep things from getting lost. The other day I went looking for a little gadget (a digital recorder) I always keep on my desk. I use it every Sunday, so I keep it in one place. Now my desk is a sort of natural disaster area. But I can usually find what I want.

  • Plum Creek to start offering two morning worship services
    Beginning Sunday, April 6, Plum Creek Baptist Church will have two morning worship services, one at 8:30 and one at 11. Sunday School will begin at 9:50 a.m. and end at 10:40 a.m. Everyone is welcome.
    Plum Creek Baptist is located at Ky. 44 and Plum Creek Road in Waterford.

  • Dear Savvy Senior,

    Where can I get help with my Medicare decisions? I’m approaching 65, and could use some help sorting through the different Medicare plan options that are available to me.
    Almost Eligible

  • Community invited to First Baptist revival kickoff breakfast and services
    First Baptist Church of Taylorsville is hosting a spring revival April 6-9 with guest pastor J.D. Davis of Sparta, Tenn.
    Davis was formerly a youth pastor at Plum Creek Baptist Church.
    The community is invited to attend any and all services. The Sunday services will be at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., and services Monday-Wednesday will be at 7 p.m.
    There will also be a free community breakfast April 5 starting at 8 a.m. to kick off the revival. Everyone is invited to attend.

  • A reading from John 16:32-33:“Behold, the hour is coming, indeed it has come, when you will be scattered, each to his own home, and will leave me alone. Yet I am not alone, for the Father is with me. I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.”

  • I usually drive a big red SUV, but sometimes I think I am in the invisible car. A car pulls up to an intersection and then without a blink just pulls out in front of me like I’m not even there! After my heart attack I wonder why they didn’t see me!So what is the problem? Why don’t people see what is right in front of them? For example you probably didn’t notice the extra “the” in the first sentence of this paragraph. Somehow most of us just skim right over it and never even know it was there.

  • Dear Savvy Senior,What types of amplification products can you recommend to help people with hearing impairment? My 62-year-old husband has some hearing issues, but doesn’t think he needs a hearing aid, so I’m looking for some alternative devices that can help.
    Shouting Spouse

  • What in the world does it mean to play and stay together? Are you telling me that if we play together, we will more than likely stay together for the long haul? Yes I am.


     Pictured are Taylorsville Elementary School’s February Students of the Month. Those selected were Taylor Miles, Malachi Temple, Trenton Lucas, Jude Taylor, Addison Raque and Mary Young. 

  • The following Taylorsville Elementary School students had perfect attendance in February. The students are listed by teacher:
    Ms. Santo: Aiden Bogard, Tylan Haydon, Audri Humphrey and Boston McClain;

    Ms. Sztanya: Shyanne Ashbaugh, Dakota Bishop, Addyson Hardin, Clinton Hutchinson and Sydney Smith;

    Ms. Twyman: Claire Ballard, Adison Barnes, Bayleigh Downs, Elisa Perry, Kyle Poynter, Angel Rubio, Brody Russell and Daniel Stevens;

    Ms. Eye: Casey DeSilvey, Ayvah Hall, Bobby Jo Harris, Emeri Lewis, Lane Prather and Gracie Searcy;