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Today's News

  • Decision 2018

     

  • Stevens sworn in as TPD Officer
  • What's Happening

    Candidates will discuss Economic
    Development at Chamber

    The Chamber of Commerce will host an Economic Development Forum for candidates running for judge-executive and magistrates Thursday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Chamber building. If you have a question you’d like to submit, email it to president@spencercountykychamber.com. The chamber will also be accepting non-perishable items as donations for Backpack Buddies during the event.
    Dinner in Jail tickets on sale

  • Bill will repair four bridges

     

  • Student drama club to present “Shrek the Musical”

     

  • Pension deal divides

    It’s been a volatile week in Frankfort, as lawmakers pushed a controversial teachers pension plan through Thursday that sparked walkouts, many angry posts on social media and threats of electoral retaliation in November.
    The conflict only escalated on Monday when teachers from across Kentucky rallied in Frankfort as legislators passed another controversial tax reform bill.

  • Who won? Not your average Joe

    Somewhere in Kentucky, there’s a man named Joe struggling to feed his family. He’s been raised to believe in hard work and self-sufficiency, so he works overtime to make ends meet and avoids having to rely on government assistance. Sure, it makes life hard, but it does him proud to be able to look his family in the eye, and himself in the mirror.
    Unfortunately, Kentucky just made it harder on Joe.

  • Who won? Not your average Joe

    Somewhere in Kentucky, there’s a man named Joe struggling to feed his family. He’s been raised to believe in hard work and self-sufficiency, so he works overtime to make ends meet and avoids having to rely on government assistance. Sure, it makes life hard, but it does him proud to be able to look his family in the eye, and himself in the mirror.
    Unfortunately, Kentucky just made it harder on Joe.

  • Putting our pensions on a stronger path

    Legislation to put Kentucky’s pension systems on a stronger trajectory passed the General Assembly last week. This measure puts the retirement of our teachers, law enforcement, and state workers on sounder footing, and is based heavily off of the input and concerns of these valued public servants. With an unfunded liability for our pension systems of at least $40 billion, it was imperative that action be taken this year.

  • Decision 2018

    EDITOR’S NOTE: In an effort to help citizens make an informed decision during the  upcoming elections, The Spencer Magnet is conducting surveys of candidates who will be facing opposition in the upcoming May Primary.
    Each week, we will feature candidates for various races. This week, we begin with the race for Spencer County County Attorney

    Why are you seeking the office of county attorney?