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Today's Features

  • A fund-raiser Saturday night to benefit Kosair Children's Hospital embodied the spirit of class and generosity, with a large turnout with all proceeds going toward the hospital.

    The goal of Tres Chic, held at Claudia Sander's Dinnerhouse, was to raise $10,000 to go toward a private room named after Shelby County in the hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit .

  • 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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  • Frank Page said he decided it’s time for him to give a little back.

    “Shelbyville has been very, very good to me,” he said. “I always felt that if I had the chance, my duty would be to give something back. City council is something I’ve always wanted to do.”

    Page, a Republican, has lived in Shelbyville for most of his life, graduating from Shelby County High in 1984 and then Brescia College in 1989. He has helped serve the community in a number of ways, from committees to campaigns.

  • “He was one heck of a nice guy!”

    Donald Farabee died Wednesday at his home after a battle with cancer, and Bruce Langley, his friend and former co-worker, cheerfully remembered Farabee’s personality.

    Farabee, 59, was known as a man of many roles, but those who knew him said his unifying characteristic in all roles was his kindness and easy-going nature.

  • OWENSBORO – An official with the Daviess County Democratic Party filed papers to run for the 2nd District congressional seat now held by U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie.

    Ed Marksberry filed his paperwork at the secretary of state's office in Frankfort. The 2nd District sprawls from Owensboro to the outskirts of Louisville, including Shelby County.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE – It's a matter that government can do better; it's a matter that government must do better.

    With that in mind, John Spainhour has jumped into the ring as a candidate for the 20th District state senate seat. The position is open at year's end as incumbent Gary Tapp opted to not run for re-election.

  • After sitting on the Shelbyville City Council for four years in the 1980s, Norris Beckley is looking to return.

    In a written release, Beckley said he’s excited about a possible return and noted his main goal would be to help bring good paying jobs to the city.

  • After spending two terms on Shelbyville’s City Council, there is still more Shane Suttor said he would like to accomplish.

    Suttor filed to run for his third term and said he hopes to help the city maintain its fiscal responsibility.

    “We need to continue to control our costs,” he said. “We’ve done a good job keeping taxes low and maintaining or improving our services to the community.”

    Suttor, a Democrat, noted the hiring of a full-time city engineer as one way he and the council have made strong financial decisions.

  • State Sen. Gary Tapp said Tuesday he would not be a candidate for re-election when his term expires in 2010.

    “I've been there 12 years, and that's pretty much enough,” Tapp said. “I want to spend more time with my business and with my family.”