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  • Horticulture in Kentucky continues to be big business. After a difficult 2007, including a late freeze and extreme drought conditions, Kentucky’s fruit and vegetable growers saw better growing conditions in 2008. Soon, growers will have an opportunity to hone their skills when the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture hosts a joint meeting of the Kentucky State Horticulture Society, the Kentucky Vegetable Growers Association, the Kentucky Farmers’ Market Association and the Kentucky Grape and Wine Short Course, Jan. 5 and 6 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Lexington.

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    The Taylorsville Elementary School: November Students of the Month maintained great behavior for the entire month of November.  They each received a Tiger Pride T-shirt and attended a special lunch with the school counselor, Miss Heiss.

  • Kentucky has made progress in four of five categories of postsecondary education performance, according to Measuring Up 2008: The National Report Card on Higher Education.

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  •  Christmas Musical at Elk Creek Baptist Church

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    More Kentuckians, particularly older children and teens, should get a booster vaccine to prevent the onset of pertussis, a highly contagious disease more commonly known as whooping cough, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) announced today.

  • The Drama classes of SCHS will present DRAMA SHOWCASE on Friday at 7 p.m.

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    The Taylorsville Elementary Community Engagement Club organized the collection and delivered items donated to Signature Healthcare.

  •  While toy manufacturers have increased product testing in order to reduce the number of unsafe toys on the market, unfortunately, dangerous toys continue to be sold in the U.S. BBB is offering advice to holiday shoppers to help them avoid purchasing unsafe toys, as well as guidance for parents if they find a recalled toy in their child’s toy box. 

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    Taylorsville Elementary presents “I Need a Little Christmas Vacation”,  with performances by the chorus, a music ensemble, and the drama club Thursday, at 7 p.m. in the Taylorsville Elementary Gymnasium.

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  •  Seven Counties Services Crisis and Information Center (CIC) scored a high standard of achievement by successfully completing and passing all phases of the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems’ (AIRS) accreditation process.

  •  The other night my wife was leading our kids through a nativity set that deals with the question: “What does God want for Christmas?”  

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    Three Spencer County High School art alumni are receiving honors this week.  

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  •  Abner died in 1856 in Spencer County, his will follows: