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Today's Features

  • Home is where the heart is – and in David Biagi’s case – where the house is.

    “I wanted to build a place I could always come back to,” he said.

    “Also, we get to see a lot of wildlife, because we can see them from inside the house. The kids really love that.”

  • Donald and Rita Nichols Waits of Shelbyville will celebrate their 50th anniversary.

    The couple was married on July 26, 1963, by Rev. William Jones at the Hempridge Baptist Church.

    A reception will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the fellowship hall at Dover Baptist Church. All friends, neighbors and family are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts.

  • Todd and Angela Best of Waddy announce the engagement of their daughter, Taylor Best of Waddy, to Logan Forrest of Shelbyville. He is the son of Jim Forrest of Shelbyville.

    She is a student at Eastern Kentucky University studying nursing.

    He is also a student at EKU, studying accounting and military science.

    The wedding will take place at 3:30 p.m. on Aug. 3, 2013, in Frankfort.

  • Timothy and Lora Hawkins of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter, Cayla Rae Hawkins of Taylorsville, to Anthony Shane Waldridge of Taylorsville. He is the son of Greta Ames, A.J. Waldridge and Gladys Waldridge, all of Taylorsville.

    The wedding will take place at 7 p.m., Sept. 14, 2013, at theCaryonah Hunting Lodge in Tennessee.

  • Jackson Reed celebrated his first birthday July 24, 2013.

    He is the son of Rebecca and Jason Reed of Shelbyville.

    Grandparents are William and Carol Jackson, Glenn and Roxana Reed, all of Shelbyville. Great-grandparent is Lela Jackson of Louisville.

  • Carrie Jones and David Summitt were married on June 29, 2013.

    Parents of the bride are Cindy and Frank Morgan, and Ray and Elaine Whitaker. The groom is the son of Geraldine Hockensmith and the late James Summitt.

    The maid of honor was Tabby Jones, daughter of the bride.

    The best man was James Summitt Jr., brother of the groom.

  • When Walter Herd s retired from the military and returned to Kentucky from Afghanistan in 2007, he noticed a trend that concerned him – few people at home, even his friends, seemed to understand what the military was all about.

    “They learn about soldiers from Hollywood movies,” said Herd, who lives in Simpsonville.

  • When Walter Herd s retired from the military and returned to Kentucky from Afghanistan in 2007, he noticed a trend that concerned him – few people at home, even his friends, seemed to understand what the military was all about.

    “They learn about soldiers from Hollywood movies,” said Herd, who lives in Simpsonville.

  • The human back and spine comprise a complex system that impacts your entire body. Keeping your spine in proper alignment, which is the specialty of the Doctor of Chiropractic, is essential to the smooth functioning of your other parts.

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