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Today's Features

  • Donnie Bruner of Bagdad is running for a second term for constable in District 4, which includes Bagdad, Cropper and Boone Station.

    Bruner, a Democrat, has been the constable in District 4 since 2006.

    He said he is running for a second term as constable because he enjoys helping people.

    "I help out with being a backup for the deputies, and also a big thing with me is that I help EMS find addresses at night," he said.

  • State Rep. Brad Montell (R-Shelbyville) is seeking his fifth term in the 58th District, which includes Shelby and Spencer counties.

    At last week’s monthly meeting of the Shelby County Republican Party, Montell reminisced about his beginnings in his current seat.

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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. 

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  • With painful sighs of food-fatigue and turkey-induced naps finally fading into memory, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. And if you've turned your radio to Lite 106.9 WVEZ recently, you know it's starting to sound like it, too.

    "It's always pleasant to hear the Christmas music," said 106.9 Air Talent Tracy Bond Bird. "It's just nice when you're able to play that. It gets you in the mood."

  • With painful sighs of food-fatigue and turkey-induced naps finally fading into memory, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. And if you've turned your radio to Lite 106.9 WVEZ recently, you know it's starting to sound like it, too.

    "It's always pleasant to hear the Christmas music," said 106.9 Air Talent Tracy Bond Bird. "It's just nice when you're able to play that. It gets you in the mood."

  • 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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  • On this Thanksgiving, Shelbyville Mayor Tom Hardesty has plenty of reasons to be thankful.

    In the late hours of Oct. 13 Hardesty learned he would have to undergo emergency stomach surgery to repair a bleeding ulcer. Doctors said that if Hardesty had not been in a medical facility, he might not have lived.

    During that procedure one-third of his stomach was removed, and along with it went much of his strength.

  • The scent of freshly baked bread wafts through Carol Stine’s kitchen, an airy space flooded with gentle sunlight. She has laid a pan of gooey brownies on the countertop to cool. It was barely past noon, but such flurry in her home in Simpsonville is not just for Thanksgiving.