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Today's Features

  • Maurice and Jeanie Willard will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 21, 2011. The couple were married in 1961 at the Eminence Baptist Church.

    They have three children, Scott Willard of Georgetown, Todd Willard of Louisville and Beth Lane of Rio Rancho, N.M. They have four grandchildren, Adam and Sam Willard of Louisville and Allison and Christian Lane of Rio Rancho, N.M.

    Maurice is retired from General Electric, and Jeanie retired from The Sentinel-News.

  • Ardith and Ronald Bohannon will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the Cropper Baptist Church C.L.C. building. All family and friends are invited. No gifts please.

    The Bohannon's are parents of two daughters, Susan Edington (Dan) of Madisonville and Rhonda Bohannon of Cincinnati. They have two grandchildren, Cassie and Johnathan Edington.

  • Addison Faith DeSimone celebrated her first birthday Nov. 14, 2010.

    She is the daughter of Chip and Casey DeSimone of Shelbyville.

    Grandparents are Rob and Janevera Rothenburger of Shelbyville, Tony and Linda DeSimone of Carrollton, Ohio. Great-grandparents are Edward and Joanna Simon of Shelbyville and Clara Bendle of Amsterdam, Ohio. Great-great-grandmother is Sylvia Mattiussi of Lyndon.

  • Catherine May Page and Matthew Scott Burgin were married Sept. 25 at the Church of the Annunciation in Shelbyville.

    Parents of the bride are Marty and Rachael Page of Finchville. The groom is the son of Jack and Michelle Samples of Bagdad and the late Jeffery Scott Burgin. Grandparents of the bride are Jim Conti, Harold and Merilynn Page and Pauline Butler, all of Louisville, and the late Mary Catherine Conti and Delores May Page. Grandparents of the groom are Alvin and Janet Burgin of Mount Eden, Bill and Alma Coulter of Taylorsville and the late Selbert and Nell Samples.

  • The community of Charleston Way, which is just south of Shelbyville, had its annual homeowners association meeting at the Stratton Center, and nine residents competed in a chili cook-off, with members of Shelbyville Fire and Rescue as judges. With the Shelbyville Fire and Rescue Team Station 3 are (starting fourth from left) Chester Rice, who receives $50 for second place, Ardie Morris, who accepts for Philip Morris, third-place ($25) winner, and Cecil Goodloe, who receives $100 for first place.

  • You can tell it’s January by the throngs of people heading to the gym to work off the holiday pounds.

    The thing is, how long will it last?

    Jerimiah Heath, director at the Family Activity Center at Clear Creek Park, said in general, people start to lose their enthusiasm by the end of February.

  • You can tell it’s January by the throngs of people heading to the gym to work off the holiday pounds.

    The thing is, how long will it last?

    Jerimiah Heath, director at the Family Activity Center at Clear Creek Park, said in general, people start to lose their enthusiasm by the end of February.

  • In a small room in a familiar building on U.S. 60, a young black cat named Buster is not feeling well.
    He lies on an examining table at the Kresin Veterinary Clinic as the doctor takes his vitals, examines his eyes and consoles his concerned owner about the health of this recently adopted, 4-month-old feline.
    Only this wasn’t Dr. Jon Kresin doing the doctoring, as he had so many thousands of animals in that same room for the past half-century. This doctor is familiar, too.

  • 5-generations of the Sanford family gathered recently for a photograph. Pictured are (on floor) Noel Sanford and her daughter, Abagail Sanford; (second row) Ryan Sanford, holding his daughter, Mary, Lorene Mahoney, holding her great-great grandson Gabriel Jackson, grandfather Billy Sanford; and (back row) Amber Jackson and Joyce Sanford, great-grandmother.