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Today's Features

  • Moving into a new home can’t come soon enough for Teresa Duncan and the five grandchildren she is raising near downtown Shelbyville, and Shelby County Habitat for Humanity will do what it can to make the calendar move quicker.

    Duncan and her kin are the latest local family to qualify for a home in partnership with Habitat for Humanity, an international Christian-based organization that has built 225,000 houses worldwide.

  • Moving into a new home can’t come soon enough for Teresa Duncan and the five grandchildren she is raising near downtown Shelbyville, and Shelby County Habitat for Humanity will do what it can to make the calendar move quicker.

    Duncan and her kin are the latest local family to qualify for a home in partnership with Habitat for Humanity, an international Christian-based organization that has built 225,000 houses worldwide.

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  • Trims & Whims

     

    When: 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday

    Where: Wright Elementary, on Rocket Lane in Shelbyville

    What: 80-plus vendors of crafts, art and food

  • Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

     

  • A voting machine mix-up and a broken vote counter led to an interesting Election Day in the Shelby County Clerk's Office, but all-in-all Sue Carole Perry said she couldn't complain.

    "It's a much less stressful day when you're running unopposed," she joked. "Really, though, it wasn't too bad."

    The results were posted by about 9 p.m., and Shelby was not the last county in the voting district to post results, that honor falling to Bullitt County for the third consecutive election.

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  • The weather was mild, but the Christmas spirit still permeated the air Saturday night with the sights and sounds of the holidays.

    Several hundred people attended the 23rd Annual Celebration of Lights, and they were treated to the sounds of the holiday season, including caroling, and other holiday music from the Ye Merrie Melodius Dulciners, who played at the Main Street Antique Mall.

    Children remained on their best behavior as Father Christmas and Santa Claus both strolled about, handing out candy as they checked for naughty and nice.

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