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Celebrations

  • Wedding: Spaulding

    Arminta Brooke Tyraof Stanton and Cody Thomas Spaulding of Shelbyville were married June 15, 2013, at the estate of Judge Sarah B. Combs in Stanton.

    Parents of the bride are Rick and Jackie Tyra of Stanton. The groom is the son of Chris and Lisa Spaulding of Shelbyville.

    Combs officiated the ceremony.

    The bride was given in marriage by her father, Rick Tyra.

    Honor attendant was Tenny Ostrem of Wolfe, friend of bride.

  • NACCP scholarships given

    Kirstin Dugle and Jordan Olivia Goss receive Eunice Marie Payne Reed scholarships from the Shelbyville Area NACCP Branch. They completed scholarship applications and wrote 300-word essays to be selected. Kirstin will attend the University of Kentucky, and Jordan is going to Western Kentucky University. Each received $250.

  • Shelbyville Class of 1963 reunion
  • Book bag project
  • Shelby boys at ‘ranch’

    The Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch summer camp for 2013 marks 38 years of summer camps. The camp is free, thanks to the dedication and support of sheriffs, members and contributors. Shelby County boys in attendance during Session Seven were (front row, from left) Trevor Way, Eric Richey and Callon Calhoun. Also pictured are Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong, Audrey Armstrong and ranch head counselor Johnny Lewis.

  • 10th anniversary: Rev. John and Mary Spurley

    Rev. John and Mary Spurley of Shelbyville celebrated their 10th year wedding anniversary on June 7, 2013, with a limo ride to Louisville with family and friends and dinner at Ruth Chris Steakhouse.

    The couple was married on June 7, 2003, at Victory Worship Center in Louisville.

    He is a retired minister of St. Luke Baptist in Louisville. She retired from the state.

    She is the mother of Ramonda Yocum of Shelbyville and they are grandparents of Tashara “Nikki” Simmons and Jalahaya Spurley.

  • 50th anniversary: Lonnie and Janice DeSpain

    Lonnie and Janice DeSpain of Simpsonville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday. The couple was married in 1963 by the justice of the peace.

    He is a retired farmer. She is the former Janice Dodd and a retired cook from Oaklawn Nursing and Rehab in Jefferson County.

    They have four children John (Tina) and Jeromy DeSpain of Simpsonville, Joseph DeSpain of Taylorsville and Jennifer (Larry) Likes of Eastwood.

  • 50th anniversary: Don and Reda Stucker

    Don and Reda Stucker have been married for 50 years. The couple was married on Aug. 3, 1963, at Pigeon Forks Baptist Church by the Rev. Bernard (Beno) Perry.

    The Stuckers celebrated at Beechridge Baptist Church with family and friends.

    They have two children, Tim and Lisa, son-in-law Kevin Nunn, grandchildren Brittany and Dean, and great grandchildren Hunter Lee and Lily Katherine.

  • 50th anniversary: John and Mary Shannon

    John and Mary Shannon Bradshaw of Waddy have been married for 50 years. The couple was married on Aug. 1, 1963, in Livingston, Tenn.

    He is retired from General Electric Appliance Park. She is the former Mary Shannon Rankin and retired from Shelby County government as county treasurer.

    They have one daughter, Shannon Bradshaw, a son-in-law, Gregory A. Darst, and two grandchildren, Laura Kathryn and Matthew Gregory, all of Waddy.

    They will celebrate at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Waddy Ruritan Club, 1171 Kings Highway.

  • Engagement: Rogers-Roberts

    Tony and Gail Rogers of New Castle announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelly Faye Rogers, to Justin “Cooter” Roberts. He is the son of Larry and Cindy Roberts of Louisville.

    She is the granddaughter of Harriett Phillips and the late Sylvester Phillips and Aver Mae and Jesse Lee Rogers. She is a 1997 graduate of Shelby County High School and is owner of Painting by Shelly.