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  • It was fitting that one of the first ones through the door Saturday was the person responsible for leading Heritage Elementary's 20th anniversary celebration.

    "I was in the first fifth-grade class that came over from Henry Clay," said Principal Steven Rucker, joking with the crowd in the gym. "Folks, I beat in [into the building] the bleachers that you're sitting on."

  • 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.

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  • 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.

     

  • Shortly before Bob Matthews died last month, I sat down with him several times in the Crestview Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, where he was living, and talked with him about his life in the Navy.

    This column reflects those conversations and other interviews with members of his family. I also added my own research.

    I had hoped that Bob would have had an opportunity to read it himself, but such was unfortunately not the case.

  • The Shelbyville City Council will look almost the same with five of six members returning, but the voting was quite different than in years past. Jon Swindler, 13 percent, and newcomer Frank Page, 12 percent, were the first and third vote getters in the race among nine for the top six spots. Joining them were incumbent Donna Eaton, the second top vote getter with 12.6 percent, and (in order) incumbents Alan Matthews (11.8), Mike Zoeller (11.3) and Shane Suttor (10.7). George Best, 10.1 percent, was the lone incumbent council member not elected, and h

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  • Solid experience trumped youthful exuberance in the race for Shelby County Circuit Clerk Tuesday as Lowry Miller upended Austin Redmon by a 21-point margin.

    Miller, a Republican who has filled the role of clerk since the retirement of Kathy Nichols this past summer, garnered 61 percent of the vote to triumph over Redmon, who is a student at Kentucky State University.

  • With a large and enthusiastic turnout of voters, Shelby County provided a big push that helped send two Republicans from Bowling Green – rookie Rand Paul and incumbent Brett Guthrie – to Washington next year.

    Paul, an optometrist from Bowling Green, soundly defeated Democrat Jack Conway to earn the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Republican Jim Bunning.