Today's Features

  • Isaiah Michael Hudson celebrated his first birthday on June 5, 2013.

    He is the son of Chrissy and Chris Hudson of Shelbyville.

    Grandparents are Owen and Sue Bond of Cropper, Betty Hudson of Shelbyville and Lasca Kisslinger of Shelbyville, the late John “Tony” Hudson and the late Clarence "Clyde" McClain.

    Great-grandparents are Robert and Elizabeth Tipton of Waddy and Corine Shouse of Shelbyville.

  • The Waddy High School’s Class of 1958 celebrates its 55th reunion. Class members were (front row from left) Martha Brooks Wilson, Joann Cook Bain; (second row) Dora Cook Spencer, Mary Jo Smith Brooks, Rebecca Phillips Tinsley, Alma Faye Temple Bentley, Glenna White Stivers, Evelyn Adams Smith, Ruby Pulliam Ruble, Judy Rice Vest, Delores Rucker Proffitt, Vivian Jennings Landers; (back row) Bob Spencer, John Miller, Bobby Hill, Don McAllister, Doug Witt, Stanley Greenwell, Don Searcy, Jim and Jane Rice, Joe Robertson, Bobby Hundley and Rodger Brown.

  • The Kentucky Sheriffs’ boys and girls ranch camp is free thanks to the dedication and support of sheriffs, members and contributors. Shelby County girls in attendance were (front row, from left) Hannah Edmonson and Gabryel Likes. Also pictured are Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong, Audrey Armstrong and Johnny Lewis, ranch head counselor.

  • Timothy and Kayla Wiley of Shelbyville announce the birth of their second child, a son, on May 30, 2013 at North Suburban in Louisville. He has been named Conner Gayle Wiley. He was born at 5:58 p.m. weighing 8 pounds, 3.4 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. His older brother, Parker, is 2-years-old.

    Grandparents are Brenda Wiley, Gayle Wiley, Karla Riddle, James Riddle.

    Great-grandparents are John and Peggy McCray, Sue Riddle.

    Great-great grandmother is Bea Ford.

  • Tia Scott and Zane Williams of Shelbyville announce the birth of their second child, a son, on May 20, 2013 at Norton’s Suburban Hospital, Louisville. He has been named Zane Cortez Williams Jr.

    Grandparents are Judy Scott of Eminence, Judy Williams of Shelbyville, Zane Harris of Elizabeth and the late Richard Scott.

    Great-grandparents are Kenneth Clark of Eminence, June Scott of Muncie, Ind., Betty Harris of Shelbyville, Scotty and Minnie Williams of Shelbyville, the late Elizabeth Clark and the late Squire Scott.

  • This week
    Crafts program at library
    The Shelby County Public Library will sponsor crafts for preschoolers to teens at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. today. A variety of crafts will be available. For more information, call 633-3803.
    Project Linus Make-a-Blanket day

  • Planning a family reunion to celebrate a 100-year-old anniversary has stirred up a lot of excitement in Shelby County among members of the Biagi family.

    On July 6, members of the Biagi family, not only from Shelby, but from all over Kentucky and the United States, will gather on Magnolia Street at the home of Greg Biagi to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the family’s coming to America.

  • Joel League, as he puts it, has his fingerprints on just about everything that has ever involved Living Waters Church.

    He was there from the beginning – preaching to his congregation in Floral Hall at the Shelby County Fairgrounds when the church was just beginning in 1981.

    He recalled cold days and nights with his fellow church members in the gym of the old Henry Clay Elementary School in Clay Village, which at the time served as the church’s sanctuary.

  • ACT III is next up in downtown concert

    The annual downtown Shelbyville concert series will continue at 7 p.m. June 29 at 5th and Main streets in downtown Shelbyville with ACT III performing.

    Then, in July, the series will be part of the Shelbyville Horse Show Jubilee and return to two consecutive nights, with Will Husband performing at 6 p.m. on July 26 and Nobydz Bizzness at 7 on July 27.

    Other shows are: Aug. 24, New Breed; Sept. 7, Hard Rock City (including car cruise).

  • Saturday night’s performance at the Shelby County Fair will be a homecoming of sorts for rising country musician JD Shelburne.

    He grew up in small town Taylorsville, raising tobacco on his father’s farm and playing various sports. And during that time he said he never really came in contact with music.