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Today's Features

  • February 20, 1938

    After the last class on Friday, I left with A. J. Stuart on my way to N.Y. It was a beautiful day. We took the skyline route to the Holland Tunnel, under the Hudson to N.Y. “Jeb” drove up Riverside Drive on his way to Boston, letting me off at about 50th St. There at seven P.M. I landed in the Big City. I took a bus to Broadway and walked down that famous street to Times Square. I was certainly not disappointed at the electric signs there. It was as light as day on the great white way. Had my first glimpse of the famous Wrigley sign.

  • Students from the Shelby county FFA chapter received their first degree – the Greenhand. The 19 students were Justin England, Alexis Perry, Lillie Wood, Lexis Chadwell, Jessica Edington, Britney Cox, Paul Nethery, Cameron Brown, Zachary Delk, William Stivers and Jacob Cox. Students not pictured are Christopher Dean, Travis Allen, Brandon Colyer, Victoria Wilson, Renee Stohlmann,Tyler Redden, Brittany Pagel, Rae Deckert.

  • This week
    Small ruminant series

  • 6 generations of the Hearn family gathered recently for a photograph. Pictured are (front row, from left) Nellie Hearn of Frankfort, Shirley Gill of Shelbyville holding Jaxon, Joyce Brown of Shelbyville holding Brandon; (back row) Daniel Brown of Shelbyville and Richard Brown Jr. of Bagdad.

  • In observance of Earth Day 2016, Boy Scouts of Troop 164, sponsored by 1st Presbytarian Church, picked up trash along Old Mount Eden Road. Robert Green is the Scoutmaster of the troop, aided by adult leaders Keith Johnson and Lee Muncy. Scouts participating were (back row, from left) Matthew Munsterman and Samuel Muncy; (middle row) Charlie Muncy, Wesley Cottongim, Josh Johnson, Carter Stivers and Geo Cook; (front row) Billy Cook and Brandon Johnson.

  • This week
    Beekeepers
    Ever thought about keeping bees? If so, come and find out more about it at The Shelby County Beekeepers Association meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Shelby County Extension Office. For more information, call 633-4593.
    Caryatid Book Club

  • Notes: For original hand-written Journal, see Ronald. R. Van Stockum Papers, The Filson Historical Society. Throughout this series, actual Journal entries will appear in regular type, with my explanations or amplifications in bold enclosed in brackets.

    [I have been surprised to notice that I had neglected to record in my Journal a startling event at the Basic School in November 1937.

  • This week
    ‘Every drop matters’

  • The seventh through twelfth graders at Corpus Christi Academy volunteering at A Loving Choice Pregnancy Resource Center were (from left) Emma McCluskey, Aurora Bortolato, Kiley Ernst, Yohari Salama, Bethany Griffin (school secretary) and Skylar Flores.