.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Features

  • The band Caribou of Louisville will be playing at a pool party Saturday night at the Shelbyville Country Club. Paul Woods, a native of Shelby County,is drummer and vocalist in the band. Woods, 53, was educated at Shelbyville and Shelby County high schools and attended the University of Louisville and Murray State. He took a few moments for questions from The Sentinel-News about his career, Caribou and the event.

     

    The Sentinel-News: How did you become a part of Caribou?

  • How could you improve upon a perfect summer evening, with great weather and a light supper of fruit and wine in Undulata Farm’s charming historic home?

    Just throw in about a hundred or so people, with former Gov. Martha Layne Collins and Bobby Hudson to inspire them, and you’ll have the 2011 Metro United Way campaign kickoff.

  • The band Caribou of Louisville will be playing at a pool party Saturday night at the Shelbyville Country Club. Paul Woods, a native of Shelby County,is drummer and vocalist in the band. Woods, 53, was educated at Shelbyville and Shelby County high schools and attended the University of Louisville and Murray State. He took a few moments for questions from The Sentinel-News about his career, Caribou and the event.

     

    The Sentinel-News: How did you become a part of Caribou?

  • Tickets on sale for
    ‘Mulan Jr.’ at SCCT
    Tickets go on sale today for Mulan Jr. at the Shelby County Community Theater.
    This Disney musical, directed by Cyndi Powell Skellie, features more than 50 actors between the ages of 7 and 14.
    Performances are Sept. 16, 17, 23, 24 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 18 and 25 at 2:30 p.m.
    For tickets or more information, you can contact SCCT at 633-0222.

  • Robert D. Kemper was considered a Shelby County hero long before he was killed in the line of duty in 1971, and 40 years later, efforts are being made to keep that memory alive forever.
    Work is under way to memorialize the U.S. Navy officer known as “Boo Boo,” who flew 256 combat missions as a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War and was killed while saving another aviator during a states-side training flight in 1971.

  • Robert D. Kemper was considered a Shelby County hero long before he was killed in the line of duty in 1971, and 40 years later, efforts are being made to keep that memory alive forever.
    Work is under way to memorialize the U.S. Navy officer known as “Boo Boo,” who flew 256 combat missions as a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War and was killed while saving another aviator during a states-side training flight in 1971.

  • It started out as just an ordinary day at work for Conrad Lanham, a deputy jailer at the Shelby County Detention Center.

    Then everything changed in a heartbeat when an inmate grabbed a female employee and put a sharp object to her throat.

    What Lanham did next earned him the title of Kentucky Deputy Jailer of the Year for 2010, an award given each year to a deputy who has displayed remarkable courage and bravery.

  • Lacy Stauffer and Larry Potter Jr. were married Aug. 4, 2011, at Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort. Officiating the ceremony was Rev. Jeff Edington.

    Parents of the bride are Robert and Linda Edington of Shelbyville. The groom is the son of Sandra Potter of Shelbyville and the late Larry Potter Sr.

    Best men were Brandon Potter and Tyler Potter, both of Shelbyville and both sons of the groom.

    The couple went to Gulf Shores, Ala., for their honeymoon and will reside in Shelbyville.

  • Easton Michael Martin Kost celebrated his first birthday Aug. 4, 2011.

    He is the son of Jonathon and Kimberly Kost formerly of Shelbyville.

    Grandparents are Buck and Pam Woods of Shelbyville, Marvin and Linda Kost of Corydon, Ind.

    Great-grandparents are Myrtle Woods of Shelbyville and the late Clay and Betty Lee Melear, Helburn Woods, Harry and Elizabeth Kost, and Cecil and Virgie Lanham

  • Ronesha R. Roberts of Shelbyville and Tremont Campbell of Louisville announce the birth of their first child, a son, on Aug. 5, 2011, at Norton Hospital. He has been named Zacchaeus Monjoi Roberts.

    Grandparents are Willie and Florence Roberts of Eminence and Eunice Campbell of Louisville.

    Great-grandparents are Ada Beach, Owen Spencer, Martha Roberts, all of Shelbyville.