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Today's Features

  • Sutherland to have

    poetry reading

    Eric Sutherland will be reading poetry from his latest book "Pendulum" on August 16th at 6th and Main Coffee House.  Sutherland is a native of Shelby County and now resides in Lexington. For more information, contact the Sixth and Main Coffeehouse at Kathryn@6amcoffee.com.

     

    New Shelby Artists on Main workshops

  • Kristen Suzann Holloway and Casey Martin Page were married May 24, 2014, at Highland Baptist Church, with Pastor Jay Tigner, officiating.

    The bride is the daughter of Richard and Danea Holloway of Finchville, and the groom is the son of Marty and Rachael Page of Finchville. Grandparents of the bride are David and Henrida Holloway and Janice Hightower. Grandparents of the groom are Jim Conti and Merilynn Page, and Harold and Dolores May Page, all of Louisville, and the late Mary Catherine Conti.

  • Lydia Bell Thomas of Shelbyville and David Lee Sherrer of Louisville were married May 25, 2014, at Chenoweth Farmon Cropper Road.

    Parents of the bride are Ted and Beth Thomas of Shelbyville. The groom is the son of Joseph and Freeda Sherrer of Phenix City, Ala.

    Rev. Bill Smith officiated the double-ring ceremony.

    The bride was given in marriage by Ted Thomas, father of the bride.

  • The Shelby County Cemetery Preservation Board was thrilled with the turnout in July to clean the Pioneer Logan Cemetery on Brunerstown Road. Spokesperson Linda Pack Clemmons said another restoration day is scheduled for August 16 starting at 9:00 a.m. She advises volunteers to wear appropriate clothing and bring plenty of fluids/snacks. For more information, please contact her: lclemmons@shelbywireless.net.

  • William Adams won $300 in gift certificates at the Shelbyville Street Party on Saturday, and Shmila Morris won $200 in gift certificates. Also in the photos are Hubie Pollitt (left) and Mayor Hardesty (right).

  • This week
    Nurse aide sessions
    American Red Cross information sessions related to nurse’s aide training is 10 a.m. to noon and 5 to 7 p.m. today at the Kentucky Farm Bureau in the Red Cross office, 1201 Mount Eden Road. For more information, contact Sarah Ivers at 502-561-3707 or  Sarah.Ivers@redcross.org.
    Waddy summer concert series

  • Free guided tours

    at Kentucky Artisan Center

    On Saturday, Aug. 9, the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea will offer visitors free guided tours through the center’s gallery exhibit, “Repurposed & Recycled: Works by Kentucky Artisans,” and the lobby exhibit, “Kentucky Bourbon: Distillation and Inspiration.”

  • Miranda Cox and Zachary Shawwere married on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at Jeffersontown Christian Church in Louisville.

    Parents of the bride are Darrell and Carol Cox of Bagdad. She is the granddaughter of Harold Cox and the late Shirley Cox and Frank Kane and the late Doris Jean Lewis. The groom is the son of Richard and Tamera Shaw of Cropper. He is the grandson of the late James and Vivian Shaw and the late George Robison and Betty Sue Stethen-Crabb.

  • The car cruise had 112 autos during the downtown Jubilee Cruise and Shelbyville concert series. The next Shelbyville concert will be Aug. 23 and the Sept. 13 event will include the car cruise.

  • This week
    Leadership Shelby applications
    Leadership Shelby is accepting applications through today from individuals 21 years or older who are interested in learning more about community involvement and leadership. For more information, contact MaryAnn Gramig at 502-235-0534, E-mail maplepondmanor@gmail.com or visit www.leadershipshelby.com.
    Gold Wing Riders meeting