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  • Curtsinger selected as alternate

    Chase Thomas, son of Kevin and Diana Thomas, has been selected the SCHS Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar participant. Danielle Curtsinger, daughter of Karen Curtsinger, has been selected as the alternate participant. These students were nominated as HOBY candidates by SCHS.

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    Advent services at Risen Lord Lutheran

    Risen Lord Lutheran Church, located at 5138 Taylorsville Road near the Elk Creek Grocery store, invites the community to come worship with them tonight. The evening will start with a soup supper at 6 p.m. with a worship service to begin at 7 p.m. For more information please contact Pastor Steve Gettinger at 477-6557.

    Christmas celebration at

    Lighthouse Baptist Church

  • I was talking to a preacher not long ago about how God is going to judge the church. We, as church members, don’t like to be included in this judgement. Some of us may think we have been so good, we are about to grow wings.

    I believe that if churches don’t come to true repentance, we are in danger of becoming like the Pharisees. We are in danger of taking on a form of religion that does not exercise the power of Jesus Christ. I think this is one question we have to ask ourselves: Who is our God?

    In Matthew Chapter 19, we see a person with another God.

  • The song says Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but sometimes it just seems like the most hectic! We can’t even get to Thanksgiving anymore before the Christmas rush is upon us. Then there is “Black Friday, and now there’s “Cyber Monday,” and all the special shopping days they can think to fit into the month before Christmas.

  • Spencer County Middle School is proud to announce their November Students of the Month. Pictured are: Taylor Sullivan, Kellie Blacklock, Michael Fowler, Lauren Klaber, Nicole Goodlett and Justin Ferriell.

    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

  • 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.