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    Local musicians will soon have the opportunity to record their own homegrown music right here in Taylorsville, when Forrest Hills Recording Studio open their doors on Main Street.  

  •  Nutritionists have long touted the health benefits of green tea. It’s power-packed with antioxidants, making it a disease fighter and generally healthy brew to enjoy.

  •   We had a blast in…1957! Chloe and I loved the TV shows, cool toys and music!  We also loved playing with our hula hoop. Chloe and I would have contests to see who could hoop the longest! I wasn’t nearly as good as my sister!

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  •  Fisherville Baptist Fall Festival and 

    Truck or Treat

  •  The penny I chose showed the year 1931 ... I was disappointed. I was sure it was an important year, but I was homesick for the 21st century. I was tempted to buy another penny from Chloe’s jar, but I’d saved some money and wanted to keep it. So, we decided to spend some time in 1931. 

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    The Spencer County Chamber of Commerce has events for the young and the young at heart  over the next few weeks.

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     Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate for September 2008 rose to 7.1 percent from August 2008’s revised 6.8 percent, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. September 2007’s jobless rate was 5.4 percent.

  •  Teree Nethery was showering when she found a lump on her breast more than 10 years ago.

  •  Candidates who want to be eligible to have their votes counted as a write-in candidate for the upcoming election have until October 24, 2008 to file with the appropriate filing officer. 

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    Brett Guthrie to be at Chamber 

    Senator Brett Guthrie (R), will be at the Spencer County Chamber of Commerce from 4 p.m. until 5 p.m. tomorrow for a meet and greet.

     

  •  The Commonwealth’s chief law-enforcement official and chief elections officer came together today in the State Capitol to announce that they will once again be working together with agencies across Kentucky as part of a task force to prevent and investigate allegations of voter fraud during the November 4, 2008 general election.  Attorney General Jack Conway and Secretary of State Trey Grayson discussed the importance of this year’s elections and how each office is working to p

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    Republican meeting tomorrow

  •      Signature HealthCARE of Spencer County is now able to offer services to Medicare Advantage patients from Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, Essence, Passport Health Plan and more, in addition to traditional Medicare and Medicaid patients!  Services that are available to plan members include rehabilitation services, pain management, wound care, respite care and MORE! 

  •  Early muzzleloader season for deer sees one hunter harvest dinner in an unexpected fashion this weekend, October 25 and 26, on the “Kentucky Afield” television show.

  • Frankfort – The Kentucky Commission on Women (KCW) is currently seeking female artists from Kentucky to paint portraits of the 2009 Kentucky Women Remembered Exhibit honorees. Bids must be submitted by Dec. 1, 2008.

  •  “In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps”  Proverbs 16:9When is the last time you had to stop what you were doing and say “I can’t do this! This is too big for me to do alone!”  

  •  The red brick building on the southeast corner of Main and Point Streets in Taylorsville was known as the William Polk House when it was constructed some 173 years ago. Polk was the original owner of what became known as the Thomas Crutcher Tavern and then the David Black House.