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  • The Louisville Chapter of Trout Unlimited is sponsoring the Spencer County “Trout in The Classroom” Project.

    The husband and wife team of Sean and Shannon Buynak are pioneering the project in Spencer County. Sean teaches 8th grade at Spencer County Middle School and Shannon is a 3rd grade teacher at Taylorsville Elementary.

     Each classroom was the recipient of 300 rainbow trout eggs from the Wolf Creek Hatchery.

  • Master karate instructor John Liddell estimated that he has accumulated over 300 trophies since he first stepped foot in a dojo at the age of seven. So, when he was inducted into the World Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Fame at a convention in Las Vegas recently, the 47-year-old took the honor in stride.

    “What is important to me is my students,” said Liddell.

  • Our church is made up of volunteers. No one gets paid. We have all the necessary things but we don’t have a piano player. We are still praying for one who will strictly play because they love the Lord enough that they like to make a joyful noise unto the Lord.

  • A lot happened in Spencer County during 1948-49. Of Course, things happen around these parts every year, but for some reason, the here-to-fore mentioned two-year period included events that beg for recollection.

  • Old Gospel Barn Gospel Sing 

    The Old Gospel Barn, located at 11286 Louisville Road (Hwy 31E), Cox’s Creek, will be having a gospel sing Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Performances will be by Terri Milby from Greensburg, and the Cumbos.  Admission is free. Plan to come and bring your family and friends.

    Senior Center activities

  • Songlin Fei has spent two years delving into the backgrounds of nearly 80 of Kentucky’s invasive plant species, not to lay blame for their presence, but to gain a historical perspective that could provide answers for the future.

    “We’re seeing some very interesting things,” said Fei, assistant professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Forestry. “For instance, a species like bush honeysuckle – we had it in the 19th century. The earliest specimen in a Kentucky herbarium collection is from the 1860s.”

  • I know that New Years day has passed, but every day is a new day, a new opportunity to re-imagine the future.  And it is always exciting to seek out God’s vision and plan for our lives and for His Church.  It is exciting to consider that even our greatest dreams are tiny compared to what God can really do.

  • District Board Meeting

    The Spencer County Cooperative Extension Service District Board will meet on Monday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Spencer Co. Extension office, located at 66 Spears Drive.  Items of discussion to include working on the 2010-11 fiscal year budget and election of officers.

    SCBA meeting

    The Spencer County Business Association meeting is today at 9 a.m. at the Elk Creek Realty office in Elk Creek (across from the water tower).

    Democratic forum

  • As we look at the book of Acts we see Paul on trial for being a Christian. The first hearing was before Felix and then before Festus. The way I read it neither one of these wanted to hear him and when Paul appealed his case to stand at the judgement of Caesars Court where King Agrippa would hear him, as we look at this hearing we see Paul had no lawyer but represented himself.

  •  Abraham Lincoln had a connection to Spencer County that few people know about and although it may seem slight, we’ll take it.

    “Honest Abe” had a first cousin and second cousin in the county, who are buried in Saint Benedict Catholic Cemetery near Settler’s Trace Road.

    Margaret J. (Lincoln) O’Nan was his first cousin and Jane M. (O’Nan) Campbell was his second cousin. The All Saints Catholic Church in Taylorsville was originally Saint Benedict.

  • With Ol’ Man Winter bringing cold days and frosty nights to the state, the temptation to warm one’s toes at a wood stove’s blazing fire can be too much to resist. But according to the National Ag Safety Database, heating equipment is the No.1 cause of home fires. So safety precautions should be taken by those wishing to heat their homes with a wood stove.

  • 1 Corinthians 7:1-9 Now concerning the things whereof ye wrote unto me: It is good for a man not to touch a woman. Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband. Let the husband render unto the wife due benevolence: and likewise also the wife unto the husband. The wife hath not power of her own body, but the husband: and likewise also the husband hath not power of his own body, but the wife.

  • Help SCHS win, vote now

    Spencer County High School students Bruce Readus, Brantwan Gilbert, and Stuart Bray submitted a video into a contest called “What Would You Do.” 

    The contest asked students to create a video about something they would change in their high school career if they could do things over again.

    They have placed in the top 10 and need help from the community to win.

  • I will never forget when I was ordained a minister.

    One of the questions was asked, “What causes splits in churches?”

    My answer was pride.

    You see after all, I am the greatest man sitting here. Now, you see that man sitting over in the corner, he doesn’t even know what he is doing and I doubt if he is a Christian.

    Of course you know I was just giving an illustration of what some may be thinking.

  • Carnival for a Cure

    The Carnival for a Cure committee is looking for responsible people to join the committee! Due to the Carnival’s growth, we need your help! If you can find sometime to volunteer, we’d appreciate it! All proceeds benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Won’t you join us in being part of the cure? Please contact Debby Cannon at 502-477-9268

    Free tutoring

  • Who said teenagers create more problems than they solve? Not these four first place winners.

    Corey Thomas, son of Charles and Cynthia Thomas, Kayla Barmore, daughter of Joe and Melissa Barmore, Susan Mann, daughter of Garry and Jo Mann, and Dorothy Schultz, daughter of Charles and Angela Schultz, placed first in Ohio Valley Academic League competition. 

  • Spencer County and Taylorsville Elementary Schools saw a dance performance entitled, “Science in Motion”.  The two dancers, Dave and Sarah, are married and work for the New Performing Arts Company in Louisville.  They did a total of five performances that day.  Three performances were done at SCES and two at TES.  All students got to attend and learn how the laws of physics apply to our ability to perform a dance.  The dancers were very graceful and taught science through the art form of dance.  Sarah was a gymnast before becoming a ballerina and Da

  • H1N1 Flu clinic

    The Spencer County Health Department will have an open H1N1 flu clinic December 30. Please call 477-8146 to make an appointment.

    Deadline for changing party affiliation

  • In 2000, Universal Pictures released the live-action film “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” starring Jim Carrey based on the 1957 book by Dr. Seuss. But in this version, before the Whos down in Whoville are robbed by the Grinch on Christmas Eve night, little Cindy Lou Who realizes that the true meaning of Christmas has been lost already and becomes overwhelmed by the materialism that it has been replaced with.

  • Sing-In and Pray-In the New Year

    Sing-In and Pray-In the New Year at the Old Gospel Barn, located at 11286 Louisville Road (Hwy 31E), Cox’s Creek, December 31, from 7:30 p.m. until midnight. Music will be by the Common Creek Band, Nichols Church Band, Jim Hamlett, Bluegrass Pardners, Labron Taylor, and the Cumbos. Please bring a covered dish to share. Admission is free. Plan to come and bring your family and friends.

    Watch Night Service at Mt. Zion