Today's News

  • Public Record: February/March property transfers

    On Feb. 20, Fox Lair Properties LLC, 43 Briarwood Circle, Elizabethtown, to Brandon Lincoln and Lauren Lincoln, 3327 Ellis Way, Louisville, lot 40 of Fox Lair Phase II, as described in deed book 244, page 448, $50,000.

  • Public record: District Court June 2012

    The following cases were heard by Judge Donna Dutton in Spencer District Court on June 8, 2012:

    Jamie D. Brown (1967), speeding 15 miles over the legal limit, guilty, $143 court costs paid, state traffic school.

    Ryan W. Grothouse (1987), speeding 19 miles over the legal limit, guilty, $143 court costs paid, state traffic school.

    Erik L. Miller (1984), speeding 15 miles over the legal limit, guilty, $143 court costs paid, state traffic school.

  • SAVVY SENIOR: An ethical will? What is that?

    Dear Savvy Senior
    What can you tell me about ethical wills? My wife and I had to make some minor adjustments to our legal will last month, and our attorney suggested we create an ethical will as a way to explain our intentions and express our thoughts and feelings. We are interested in doing this but could use some help. What can you tell me?
    Planning Ahead

    Dear Planning,

  • Sports briefs - 6.20.12

    SCHS volleyball tryouts July 15-16
    Spencer County High School Lady Bears volleyball tryouts are set for July 15 and 16 from 2 to 5 p.m.
    Interested students must have a current sports physical to tryout and should bring a water bottle.
    For more information, contact Head Coach Tim Elder at 502-428-1186 or JV Coach Wendy Elder at 502-422-1161.

  • COLUMN: Sports — Heroes and villains

    Lance Armstrong has never fully shaken off rumors that his record-setting performances on a bicycle were not tainted by the use of performance enhancing drugs. He’s denied them over and over again, successfully argued his case in the media and before sanctioning boards. He’s never been found guilty.

  • COLUMN: Will Joker’s Gameday Ready Tour be his last hurrah?

    Temperature gauge at your local bank reported mid-90s this week. Must be time for football.
    Beginning Sunday at Lincoln Park in Franklin, Kentucky coach Joker Phillips opens a four-stop road show. Fun, games and souvenirs for Big Blue Nation kids and families. And, unlike John Calipari $ummer $tops, Joker’s Gameday Ready Tour price is right — it’s free.
    Why a fee for the former and not the latter? UK basketball is about supply and demand economics, it sells. Football begs.

  • Signature residents celebrate fundraising efforts

    We are all seeking to have a purpose in our life; this includes our residents at Signature HealthCare of Spencer County.

  • Then and now: Class of ‘52 celebrates 60 years since graduation

    Eighteen members of the Taylorsville High School Class of 1952 celebrated their 60th anniversary since graduating high school by gathering on June 9 at the Spencer Coutny-Taylorsville Chamber of Commerce building.

  • WEDDING: Bingham, Napper married June 9

    Cindy Lou Bingham of Taylorsville, and Wesley Anderson Napper of Waterford, were married June 9, 2012, in Shelbyville surrounded by family and friends.

    Bingham is the daughter of Dennis and the late Judy McWherter of Taylorsville. Napper is the son of Mike and Gail Dennison of Louisville and Rick and Trisha Napper of Hanover, Ind.
    Bingham is employed as a retail manager at Walgreens and Napper is a teacher with the Spencer County School System.

  • Hume, Greenwell earn Farm Bureau scholarships

    Emily Hume and Tyler Greenwell, both seniors in Spencer County, are the 2012 recipients of college scholarships from Farm Bureau. Hume and Greenwell each received $1,000 Spencer County Farm Bureau Scholarships.
    These awards are two of the 234 college scholarships worth a total of $302,450 that the Spencer County Farm Bureau, Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation and numerous other individual county Farm Bureaus awarded this year to deserving students from across the Commonwealth.