Today's News

  • PHOTO: Brown initiated into DTA
  • PHOTO: Spencer named high school student of the month

    Spencer County High School recently recognized Joshua Spencer as the January Student of the Month. He was nominated by Mrs. Tracy Shouse for being an ‘awesome young man’ and for being the BETA Club president who is depended on greatly to be a positive influence on his peers.

  • Clean up or pay up

    The Lawrenceburg Code Enforcement Board recently fined a Main Street property owner about $8,680 in contested nuisance ordinance violations, with the board saying it will waive all fines if the land owners clean up the property within the next 45 days.

  • BACK IN TIME: Feb. 24, 1993
  • PHOTOS: Team Ice Socks takes the ‘plunge’ for Special Olympics

    Eighty-seven members of Team Ice Socks, including seven Spencer Countians, participating in the 15th annual Louisville Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Kentucky. Team Captain Russell Miller lives in Spencer County and organizes the team each year. Team Ice Socks raised over $65,000 of the total $300,000 raised at this year’s event, landing them the Top Fund Raising Team and largest corporate/Civic Group Award.

  • Collins downs Spencer 62-44

    They made a game of it, but the Spencer County Bears were not able to keep pace with Collins as the host Titans prevailed 62-44 in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament.

  • Lady Bears fall to Lady Bearcats

    The Spencer County Lady Bears bowed out of the 2012-13 basketball season with a 54-26 loss to powerful Anderson County last Monday night in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament held at Collins High School in Shelbyville.

  • COLUMN: Income tax filing date for farmers and fishermen extended

    “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”
    Was astronomer Carl Sagan’s remark simplistic? Look again. In the Internet age his was prophesy fulfilled.
    Consider the intersect in lives of Jonathan Montanez and Mitchell Marcus in far off El Paso, Texas.
    The Internet, specifically a 2:42 minute YouTube clip by CBS reporter Steve Hartman, let us witness something incredibly heart warming a few days ago.

  • COLUMN: Divorce – Let it become a ‘growing experience’

    Well, with a topic like this, what is this columnist going to write that hopefully encourages those who already have been, or are currently going through, the often painful factors of again being single?
    Having been in the practice of mental health and marriage and family issues with thousands of families over the past 45 years, I hope and pray that whatever is presented today will offer some hope, not hype, that there is life after divorce. In fact life can develop in a positive fashion with application of some basics.

  • Public Record: District Court Feb. 22

    The following cases were heard by Judge Matthew Eckert in Spencer District Court  on Feb. 22, 2013:

    Jacob L. Lashley (1994), speeding 18 miles over the legal limit, guilty, state traffic school and court costs to be paid.

    Leann D. Farnham (1987), speeding 19 miles over the legal limit, amended to speeding 15 miles over the legal limit, guilty, $30 fine; operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license, amended to no license in possession, guilty, $20 fine and court costs to be paid.