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Today's Features

  • This week
    NAACP
    The Shelby County Chapter of the NAACP meets at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Stratton Center.
    AARP driver safety class

  • Sixth and Main Coffeehouse will presents Kentucky artists and authors. Original works will be for sale at each event.

    Ben Nay artist showcase, 2 to 4 p.m., Jan. 24

    Monthly secular society meeting, 5 to 6 p.m., Jan. 31 — last Saturday of each month

    Chad Waits artist showcase, 2 to 4 p.m., Feb. 21

    Elizabeth Lauer Sharrett photography showcase, 2 to 4 p.m., March 28

  • Burnice and Pauline Richardson celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Dec. 28, 2014, at their daughter’s home surrounded by family and friends.

    She was the former Pauline Morris of Bardstown. He was the son of the late J.B. and Lorena Richardson. They met at her sister’s wedding in July 1954 and were married in Clarksville, Ind., on Dec. 28, 1954.

    He is a minister and farmer and she is a homemaker. The couple have three children, Danny Richardson, Ricky Richardson and Regina Newton, all of Shelbyville.

  • Five generations of the McGaughey family gathered recently for a photograph. Pictured are (seated) Alberta Lawrence McGaughey, (standing from left) Darleen McGaughey Jones, Patricia “P.J.” Allen Martin, all of Shelbyville, and Samantha Nicole Martin and Ariana Lancaster of Taylorsville.

  • Tyler Williams, a fourth grader at Painted Stone Elementary, gave a special Christmas gift to the Shelby County Animal Shelter in memory of his late grandfather, Willie Cook. His love for animals gave Tyler the idea to make the donation this year as his way to give back to others.

  • This week
    MOPS meeting

  • Members of the Shelby County Car Club met at breakfast before making their annual deliveries of Christmas gifts. Several large bags were also given to Operation Care for the Women’s Shelter.

     

  • John Henry and Linda Leach of Shelbyville were married on Jan. 9, 1965, in Louisville.

    He retired from the Kentucky Air National Guard in 1996 after serving 34 years. She has been a hairdresser for 50 years and is still working.

    They have one daughter Jamie Swindler (Jon) and two grandsons Jack and Henry.

    They will celebrate this special day with family and close friends.

  • This week
    Bagged leaf pickup
    The City of Shelbyville, Department of Public Works will offer leaf pick-up through Friday.  Leaves must be bagged in strong garbage bags and tied, with a 50-pound weight capacity. They should be placed on the curb, not blocking the sidewalk or street. Residents must call the department, 633-1094, to get on the list for pick-up.
    Gold Wing Riders meeting