Today's News

  • COLUMN: Worry does not have to consume you

    Today’s scripture comes from Luke 12:22-34:

  • COLUMN: Life's simple things

    In my life I have been blessed to travel and to see some of the most amazing things, from the beauty of Yosemite to a snow covered village in the mountains of Japan, from the awesome power of a pacific storm crashing into the cliffs off of Washington’s Puget sound, to the splendor of a starlit sky while camping in the Appalachians. I don’t know how you could see those things and not be in awe of God’s handiwork.

  • Church Happenings — Week of Aug. 28

    Waddy concert series continues
    Appearing Friday, Sept. 6, at 7 p.m. at the shelter at Waddy Baptist Church in Shelby County will be Benson Creek. Attendees are encouraged to bring their instruments and voice-audience participation is encouraged for the second half of the program. Concessions will be available.
    This is a free community event sponsored by Waddy Baptist Church. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. This is the last concert of the summer series.
    For more information, contact Kent McKinney at 502-513-8100.

    Wakefield Christian plans

  • Lady Bears soccer improves to 2-1

    The Spencer County Lady Bears soccer team improved to 2-1 on the season with a 6-3 victory over Thomas Nelson in their home opener Thursday night.

  • Coach: Volleyball team ‘loaded with talent’

    Spencer County Volleyball Coach Tim Elder said he has some high hopes for the 2013 season, even though his Lady Bears are off to a 0-3 start.
    “We have plenty of senior leadership and the junior and sophomore classes are loaded with talent,” Elder said. “This is the most talent that Spencer County has ever had in volleyball since I’ve been involved with the program.”

  • Bears rout Generals in season opener

    There are good starts, and then there are fantastic starts. The beginning of the season for the Spencer County Bears football team would fall into the latter category as the Bears dominated from start to finish in a 56-7 thrashing of Thomas Nelson in Bardstown.

  • COLUMN: Great start is reminder of great effort

    Spencer County kicked off its 10th season of high school football Friday night at Thomas Nelson High School in Bardstown and it was a reminder of just how hard the parents, coaches and players in Taylorsville have worked over the last decade.


    Best of Ky. Homes adds realtor Gazerro
    Nina Gazerro recently joined Best of Kentucky Homes as its newest realtor. Gazerro has done marketing for the business for a while, but recently completed her real estate exam and is now licensed. She specializes in marketing and staging. For more information, contact Gazerro at nina@bestofkyhomes.com or call 502-664-8317.

  • PHOTO: Riverbend hosts grand re-opening

    Riverbend Food Mart hosted a grand re-opening in early August. Pictured from left are Owner David Luttrell, Brooklyn Cash, Lucy Lipginski, Raymond Zinsius, Toby Lewis, Debbie Zinsius, Michael Zinsius, Mary Engle, Brian Cox, Mary Lipginski, Andrea Engle, Mike Engle, Melissa Cooper, Vicki Rogers and members of the band Judge Angus, which performed at the event. Riverbend is located on the corner of Jefferson and Garrard streets in Taylorsville.

  • U11 Footie Chicks win Bluegrass State Games gold medal

    One of Spencer County’s youngest competitive soccer teams, the U11 Footie Chicks, won the 2013 Bluegrass State Games gold medal.