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Today's Features

  • Owen Dempsey and Linda Lane Humphress of Simpsonville will celebrate 50 years of marriage on March 25. They were married on this date in 1966 at Fern Creek Baptist Church in Louisville.

    He retired from GE in 1991 and she worked at GE, Wilson Mfg. and Whitehouse Painting.

    They have one son, Glenn Owen Humphress (Tonda), Lincoln, Neb., and three grandchildren, Rebecca, Cassandra and Alexander. They are members of Simpsonville United Methodist Church.

  • Sharon and David Ganote of Shelbyville have been married for 50 years. The couple was married on March 5, 1966in Highview, Louisville.

    He is a retired building contractor.

    She is a receptionist at city hall in Frankfort

  • This week
    Laughter yoga at the library

  • This week
    Homemakers book club
    The Homemakers book club, meets at noon today at the Shelby County Extension office, 1117 Frankfort Road. Participants can bring their lunches and favorite books they have read to tell other club members about them and then take home a new book to read. To register for the book club or for more information, call 633-4593.
    MAPP meeting

  • This week
    Lunch and listen

    Join for a free Lunch and Listen today to learn more about how hearing aids can work. Hearing aids will be programmed for use during this event. To reserve a spot, call 502-548-0589. Limited to the first 12 qualified people.  
    Cornerstone open house

  • This week
    Squire Boone meeting
    A Squire Boone society meeting will be 7 p.m. today at the Birch House at the Shelbyville-Shelby County Park. This will be an important meeting, all members are asked to attend. The public is invited. The Squire Boone Statue will be discussed.
    Jennie C. Benedict Circle

  • Valentine’s Day is Sunday, and lovers all over the globe are gearing up in many different ways – some traditional, and some not so much.

    Preparing for a perfect Valentine’s Day means something different to everyone, but a common theme in Shelbyville seems to be anything to do with food.

    “I’m hoping we can go to the Bell House for dinner,” said Mary Jo Netherton. “I will plant that suggestion in my husband’s head.”

  • “We were going to the prom, and she had on this pretty dress, and that was the night I knew she was the one,” said Paul Morris, the memory of that moment still alive in his eyes as he smiled at his wife, Ethel. 

    Paul Morris celebrated his 80th birthday last week; his wife is 76. Outwardly, they look very different from a photo taken 60 years ago that graces their room at Amber Oaks Assisted Living Community.

    But their love is still as strong as ever.

  • When Ted Lewis Igleheart and Elizabeth “Libby” Ann Craig met in college both were heavily involved with others, but soon found their way together.

  • Dollie Mae Heady and William Daniel Brown, both of Shelbyville,were married Oct. 24, 2015 at the Mount Eden Ruritan Club.

    Parents of the bride are Paula Heady And Robert Heady from Taylorsville. The groom is the son of Ricky Brown from Bagdad and Leann Carey from Shelbyville.

    Paula Kiperofficiated the ceremony.