Today's News

  • Agencies working to prevent voter fraud in Kentucky

     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

  • Out with the old utility poles

    The Main Street renovation project was given a glowing green light by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet after being awarded $360,000 in enhancement funds last Thursday.

    The second phase of the downtown improvements will consist of relocating utility poles to the rear of residences and businesses along Main Street from Main Cross to Jefferson Street. It will also include replacing old, uneven sidewalks, and the addition of new street lights, benches, planters and landscaping – identical to those in phase I.

  • What's happening


    Republican meeting tomorrow

  • Signature HealthCare

         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! 

  • SCHS Alumni Game Oct. 24

    Spencer County High School will be holding alumni basketball games Friday, Oct. 24 beginning at 6:30 p.m. All former students are encouraged to participate in the fun whether that means playing or watching.  The evening will start off with the women’s game followed by two men’s games – one for seasoned players and one for younger alumni.

  • Muzzleloader Season

     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.

  • Kentucky Commission on Women seeks artist bids

    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.

  • FAITH FOR TODAY - Never Walk Alone

     “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!”  

  • Thanks from TES


    During the month of September the first grade students at Taylorsville Elementary learned first hand about the different jobs in and around our community.  

  • HISTORIC PATHWAYS: Thomas Crutcher Tavern, 173 years old

     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.