Today's Features

  • The Christmas Parade held Saturday in downtown Shelbyville had something for everyone, for kids from 1 to 92.

    No one complained as Jack Frost nipped at their noses, and the crowd delighted in floats, marching bands, fire trucks decked out in holiday bows, dancing groups, and best of all, the jolly old elf himself as Santa Claus brought up the rear of a nearly 2-hour procession.

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  • Democrat Eddie Kingsolver has filed to run once again for magistrate in District 5.

    Kingsolver sought the same position in May 2006 and lost the Democratic primary to Betty Curtsinger by a scant 15 votes. Curtsinger currently serves the district.

  • As the acting State Auditor, Crit Luallen said she knows a thing or two about "values."

    "That's a word that gets thrown around casually in politics too often," she said. "But if there's one key lesson that I've learned in my long career, it's that having strong personal values and holding ourselves to the highest ethical standards that determines success in the public arena."

  • Republican David Glauber of Bullitt County filed Friday to run for the 20th district state senate seat being vacated in 2010 by incumbent Gary Tapp.

    Tapp announced earlier this year that he would not seek re-election and endorsed Shelby County farmer Paul Hornback to succeed him in a district that encompasses Shelby, Bullitt and Spencer Counties.

    Glauber, a member of the Appraisal Institute, is a Carroll County native who moved to Bullitt County in 1993. This election is his first time running for office.

  • Shelby County agriculture leader Paul Hornback is seeking the state senate seat in District 20, which will be vacated by incumbent State Sen. Gary Tapp.

    Tapp, a Republican from Shelbyville, announced earlier this year that he would not seek re-election after serving 12 years in the district. In his announcement, he endorsed Hornback to be the Republican nominee in 2010.

  • Republican Allen Ruble has filed to run for a third term as Shelby County’s magistrate in District 3.

    Ruble’s district lies in the northern portion of Shelby County and includes parts of the perimeter of Shelbyville, such as Middleton Heights and Town & Country. Nearly all of the future Shelbyville Bypass lies within District 3.

  • A Shelbyille resident, Harold W. Sutton, has filed to run for constable.

    Sutton filed Nov. 9 to run for constable in District 7, a seat he has held for 7 years.

    Sutton, a democrat, is originally from Washington County. He moved to Shelbyville in 1960.

    He has been in the real estate auctioneering business. He and his wife, Jane, have a daughter, “M-ie,” and three grandchildren, Logan Shields, Clayton Sloan and Dee Sloan.

  • Magistrate Hubert Pollett has filed to run for re-election in Shelby County's District 1.

    Pollett, who was unopposed in the last magisterial election, is currently in his second term.

    Pollett is a Shelby County native who retired last year as a coach and educator at Shelby County High School.

  • After 34 years serving the citizens of Shelby County in one form or another, David Eaton said he is hoping for a new position to serve from: State Senator.

    Simpsonville's City Administrator is throwing his name into consideration for a 20th district state Senate seat that Sen. Gary Tapp is vacating in 2010.