Today's News

  • Griebenow graduates, heads to Ohio State

    Zachary Hayes Griebenow graduated from his homeschool program June 15, 2013. The ceremony was held at his home on Bluegrass Acres Road with family and friends present to celebrate.
    He will attend Ohio State University in Columbus this fall as a Buckeye Scholar. He also was awarded the provost scholarship and college and department scholarships. He plans to study entomology.

  • Arnold joins TES as new principal

    Veteran educator MariAnn Arnold believes in meeting children where they are. In her 21 years in education, she has witnessed that every child can learn and progress when needs are met individually.

  • Mount Eden papers delayed

    Delivery of the July 24 edition of The Spencer Magnet in the Mount Eden area has been delayed.

    A truck carrying newspapers for that area arrived late to the post office Wednesday, meaning newspapers should arrive on Thursday.

    The Spencer Magnet staff apologizes for the delay and is working to correct the issue.

  • COLUMN: Harvesting, curing crops properly is important for successful preservation

  • COLUMN: Summer heat can threaten livestock

    Humans aren’t the only ones that suffer from the heat of summer. Farm animals feel the heat, too. With summer temperatures already upon us, it’s time to think about ways to know when your livestock may be in danger from the heat and what to do to reduce their plight.
    The University of Kentucky Agricultural Weather Center provides warnings of the potential danger to livestock. Livestock become uncomfortable when the heat index reaches about 90 degrees. The heat index is a combination of air temperature and humidity and is used to describe how it feels outside.

  • Allen Dennis Memorial Scramble set

    A golf scramble to benefit The Allen Dennis Scholarship Fund is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 17 at Tanglewood Golf Course in Taylorsville. The scramble gets underway with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.
    The fee for the scramble is $50 per player or $200 per team.
    Allen Dennis was an Anderson County youth who drowned in 2001 at age 9. Scholarship funds have been distributed over the last five years to benefit young people in Anderson, Spencer and Shelby counties.
    To register by mail, send a check to John Shouse, 1273 Denney Drive, Lawrenceburg, Ky., 40342.

  • Church Happenings — Week of July 24

    Little Mount Baptist to host VBS
    Little Mount Baptist Church will host vacation Bible school through Friday from 6 to 8:30 each night. Friday will be family night.
    This year’s theme is “Colossal Coaster World.”
    VBS is for ages 3 through 12th grade.
    For more information or for information regarding transportation, contact Betty Armstrong at 477-8774 or Shirley Thomas at 477-2335.

    Open Door Christian Center to host Saturday concert

  • COLUMN: Jesus is for you
  • COLUMN: Caution — Watch out for spiritual blind spots

    I think it has probably happened to every driver at one time or another. We’re changing lanes on the highway after doing everything right and suddenly a car is right there beeping the horn. You checked the mirror, you glanced over your shoulder and didn’t see a thing, but there he is. The blind spot has struck.
    What was a simple lane change now holds the potential for disaster. We have to make quick adjustments, moving back into our own lane.

  • BIRTH: Caden Lane born June 13

    Bobby and Amanda McManaway of Franklin announce the birth of their son, Caden Lane McManaway, on June 13 at Centennial Women’s Hospital.

    He weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 1/4 inches long.
    He was welcomed by his brothers, Brody, 6, and Mason, 2.
    His maternal grandparents are Mark and Valerie Armstrong of Taylorsville.
    His paternal grandparents are Kim and Debbie McManaway of Reynolds Station.
    His great-grandparents are Ray Wilson and Betty Carol Armstrong and Paul and Mary Rusher.