Today's News

  • Early posts $25,000 bond in groin stabbing case

    A Spencer County woman accused of stabbing her husband in the groin is out of jail after posting a $25,000 cash bond Sept. 4.

  • Investigation confirms ducks slaughtered at Chinese restaurant

    Additional details are available regarding the recent health department shutdown and reopening of a local Chinese restaurant, including that live ducks were being slaughtered on restaurant property.

  • No Fiscal Court spending solution set yet; call for daily meetings continues

    Although none of Judge-Executive Bill Karrer’s special called daily meetings have taken place, the call for them continues.
    Karrer called special meetings each day last week, but each time, there was not a quorum present for the meeting to take place.
    Karrer was the lone member of the court present last Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Magistrate Jerry Davis was present Thursday afternoon in addition to Karrer.

  • Car flips in Normandy crash

    Two women were transported to Suburban Hospital in Louisville after a two-vehicle accident Sunday at Normandy Road and Ky. 55.

  • Octoberfest expands, adds events

    Spencer County Octoberfest 2013 will run from Oct. 1-5, expanding from its traditional two-day format.
    This year’s theme is “Once Upon a Time.”
    This year, the pre-teen, junior miss, and miss pageants will be on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the First Assembly of God Church, beginning at 6:45 p.m. Practice will be Sunday, Sept. 29.

  • Missing Ohio teen found in Mount Washington

    The search for a missing Ohio teen that spilled into parts of southwest Spencer County ended last Wednesday after the 17-year-old was found at the Mount Washington Burger King.
    Three days after teen William Scheetz went missing from his home in Powell, Ohio, he was located.
    “Safe and OK,” were the words used by Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office detective Scotty McGaha to describe the boy’s condition.

  • PHOTO: Observing a moment of silence

    Members of emergency agencies bow their heads last Wednesday morning to observe a moment of silence for 9/11 victims. Participating agencies included Spencer County EMS, Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Department, Kentucky State Police, Taylorsville Police Department, Spencer County Judge-Executive Bill Karrer and the Spencer County Sheriff’s Department.

  • Sewing boot camp starts up again soon

    The Spencer County Extension Service will host its fall sewing boot camp on Thursdays in October, beginning Oct. 10.
    The class will meet weekly on Thursdays for four weeks from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    This boot camp project is an inverted pleat skirt with 2-inch wide exposed elastic waistband.
    Class size is limited to eight and is open to anyone age 18 and up with basic sewing skills. The cost is $50, which covers lunch, elastic and pattern making supplies. All other class supplies will need to be brought to class.

  • BIRTHS: Gunters welcome two new grandchildren

    Willie and Madelle Gunter of Taylorsville announce the births of two new grandchildren.
    Jackson Alexander Raymer was born March 11 at 11:48 a.m. in Lexington. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and was 21 inches long. Welcoming Jackson, along with his grandparents, are his proud parents, Nathan and Samantha Raymer of Georgetown. He was also welcomed by grandparents Dennis and Pam Raymer and David and Terri Keown, all of Georgetown; great-grandparents are Dennis Raymer of Georgetown, Fred and Joyce Keown of Swayzee, Ind., and Bob and Jackie Wilson of Wabash, Ind.

  • Keeling, Robinson to wed

    Mitchell and Rosa Lee Keeling announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stefanie, to Gregory Robinson of Louisville, son of Lonnie and Darlene Robinson.
    The bride-to-be is a 1997 graduate of Spencer County High School and has a BSBA from Indiana Wesleyan University.
    The groom-to-be is a 1993 graduate of Butler High School and has a computer science degree.
    The wedding is planned for September in Goshen.