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Today's News

  • FFA Today

     

    Mid-South Fair Floriculture Contest

  • 4-H Keeping it 'Green'

     

    4-H youth from across the nation will be “Keeping It Green” as they celebrate 2008 National 4-H Week October 5-11 by raising awareness about environmental issues and initiating environmental projects that make a positive difference in their communities .

  • LETTER: Victim treated unfairly

    I want people to know that Kristen Edmondson Grubb has been unfairly treated by a Louisville television station. She was portrayed as a bad person, but Kristen is a loving mother, a great friend to many people and loved by all of her family.

    Felicia Simpson

    Elk Creek

     

  • New center of information

    New to the area and need information on how to get the gas, electric and phone turned on?  Or wondering where to get drivers licenses, auto registrations or groceries?  Contact the newly formed Information Center located in the front office of the Chamber of Commerce office for this and more information or ask for a relocation packet containing everything one would need to get settled in to Spencer County.

  • What's happening

    Annual Chili Supper sponsored by Senior Class of 2009

    Come enjoy the annual chili supper at the high school,  Friday from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.  Meal includes a bowl of chili, drink and dessert.  Adults $6;  children 6 and under $3.  And take out is available.

    Country Ham Breakfast

    Taylorsville Masonic Lodge #210 will be having an all-you-can-eat country ham breakfast from 7 a.m. until 11 a.m.  Saturday. The breakfast is $6 per person. Carry-out is available. Everyone is welcome.

    Water outage Oct. 15

  • Register to vote before Oct. 6

    If Kentuckians want to participate in the upcoming general election on November 4,  they have one week to make sure they are registered to vote, Kentucky’s chief election official, Secretary of State Trey Grayson announced today.

  • LETTER: Lake sweep a success

    The Taylorsville Lake Conservation Association would like to thank all of those that helped us with the 9th annual Taylorsville Lake Clean Sweep on Sept 27. Thanks to everyone involved we were able to clean up approximately 60 yards of trash and had 272 volunteers that helped with efforts to help keep Taylorsville Lake the most beautiful lake in the region.   Along with several individuals, 9 Girl Scout Troops, 2 Cub Scout Packs and 1 youth group helped out with the clean up.

  • Volleyball record not a reflection of team’s growth

    First year volleyball coach Chris Peer seemed pretty calm as his Spencer County Lady Bears battled Bullitt East to the very end of an exciting three set loss last week. He says the wins and losses right now are not indicative of the progress the squad has made, even those important numbers have improved.

  • Judge denies summary judgement in Charter case

    Supporters of the Charter government effort were dealt another blow when the county’s request for a summary judgement was denied recently in Spencer County Circuit Court.

    Senior Status Judge Tom McDonald’s decision overruled the county’s request for a ruling without a trial and granted the city’s motion to bifurcate, or separate certain issues in the case for further examination.

  • Kentucky Beef Conference focus is planning for tomorrow’s markets

     

    While it’s true Kentucky beef producers have enjoyed higher prices in the past couple of years, feed costs have soared leaving producers wondering what the future holds. The Kentucky Beef Conference Oct. 28 at the Fayette County Cooperative Extension office aims to teach producers how to plan today for tomorrow’s markets.