Today's News

  • Honoring the Past


    Military service teaches people to overcome and persevere. So when the local AMVETS Post 129 sought to honor a World War I veteran with a grave marker, they soon learned the task would be much greater than first realized.

  • KSP nabs man for child porn


  • Holy Week, Holy Wars

    Christians, or as former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton refer to us, “Easter Worshippers,” just celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ over the weekend, a celebration marred by news that more than 300 Christians and tourists in Sri Lanka were murdered in a terrorist attack Sunday.
    ISIS has now come forward to claim responsibility for the attack, a bloody reminder that we cannot be given the ‘all clear’ signal when it comes to the Jihad many radical Islamic groups have waged against the west for decades.

  • TES student has a heart for hearts


  • Three indicted on burglary charges

    Three Louisville residents were indicted this month on charges stemming from a Spencer County home break-in earlier this year.
    A Spencer County Grand Jury returned indictments of one count each of Burglary 2nd degree, and theft by unlawful taking, under $10,000 in relation to an incident on Deerwood Court on January 16.
    Charged were: Andrew T. Britt, 31; Amber R. Gordon, 36, and Adam E. Little, 22. The case was handled by the Kentucky State Police.
    The Grand Jury also handed down other indictments against:

  • Is a food fight brewing?


  • Baseball and life

    Any baseball is beautiful.
    No other small package comes as close to the ideal design and utility.
    It is a perfect object for a man’s hand. Pick it up and it instantly suggests its purpose; it is meant to be thrown a considerable distance, thrown hard and with precision.
    -Roger Angell, Americn essayist

    I learned to play catch with a tennis ball and the side of my house. When we moved to another house with a gradually sloped roof, I practiced catching fly balls as the ball would bounce off the gutter.

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  • Court debates recycling

    Magistrates have yet to dig deep into budget talks, but some discussion Monday night may have signaled clues as to what could be on the chopping block.
    A proposal to spend $3,200 to repair a baler for the recycling center was put on hold following some debate about the future of the services at the center. Magistrate Jerry Moody questioned the financial wisdom of the center operating trucks to pick up items to be recycled, when the center continues to be a drain on the county’s budget.