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Today's Features

  • Public meetings
    Shelby County Fiscal Court meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Stratton Center, 215 Washington St. Tuesday.
    Simpsonville City Commission meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Simpsonville City Hall.

  • Shelby Artists on Main
    celebrating its 8th anniversary

    Shelby Artists on Main, which has featured local and regional artists at its shop on Main Street in Shelbyville for the past eight years, will celebrate that occasion with a public party at 7 p.m.  on June 11.
    A fundraiser will be held as part of the event, and a Cezanne-style drop-leaf table by artist Rose Flowers, a longtime contributor to the gallery, with four antique “Coke” chairs will be raffled off.

  • Collins High School prom king and queen for 2011 are Darian Dugle and Samantha McDowell.

  • Army National Guard Pvt. Scott E. Gaines graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Ga. The training consists of Basic Infantry Training and Advanced Individual Training.

  • Kent and Judy Hilferty of Madrid, Neb., announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Hilferty of Shelbyville, to Micheal Turner of Frankfort. He is the son of Kenny and Venita Turner of Frankfort.

    Hilferty is a 2004 graduate of Wheatland Public School in Madrid and a 2006 graduate of Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, Neb., where she earned an associates of applied science degree in veterinary technology, with an emphasis in Equine Care. She is an internal medicine veterinary technician at Louisville Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Services

  • Rick and Lisa Mahoney of Eminence announce the engagement of their daughter, Victoria Renne Mahoney, to Michael Caleb Wood, son of David and Brenda Wood of Smithfield.

    Mahoney is a 2005 graduate of Henry County High School, a 2009 graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing, and she is currently pursuing a master’s in business administration at Xavier University in Cincinnati. She is employed with Procter and Gamble of Cincinnati.

  • Using the Dewey Decimal System at the Shelby County Public Library won’t happen much anymore now that the library has upgraded to a new and more convenient online system.

    Customers now can submit an order online for a book at any time, and a library staff member will have it ready for pick up the following the morning, Library Director Pam Federspiel said.

    “The public wants more and more things they can do online,” she said. “It gives more functions for the public.”

  • Fifteen years ago, Kathryn Goodman said, when she lost her husband, C.L., to lung cancer, she never suspected that anything positive would come out of such a tragic situation.

    But enrolling in grief counseling classes through Hosparus led her to begin volunteering for the organization, and since then, her daughter, Kimberly Jansing, and her granddaughter, Jennifer Jansing, have joined the ranks of Hosparus volunteers.

  • Memorial Day dawned bright and sunny, so much so that the intense heat drove those who had come for the outdoor service Monday to the shade under the trees at Grove Hill Cemetery, abandoning the rows of chairs, lined up as neat and orderly as the rows upon of soldiers’ graves marked with small crosses.