• West Middle School honored at state KYA

    The Delegation of Excellence was awarded to students from West Middle School for their hard work and participation in the Kentucky YMCA Youth Association’s middle school Kentucky Youth Assembly, which was Nov. 14-16 in Louisville.

    KYA is a hands-on program in which students take over the state government for 3 days. On the second day of the conference, students debate the important issues facing the state in a session at the capitol in Frankfort.

  • Visiting Chicago's museums
  • East Middle School cheerleaders place first
  • 7 Shelby students at Fall Super Saturdays

    Steven students from Shelby County are among the more than 500 first-through-eighth-graders who were chosen for the Center for Gifted Studies’Fall Super Saturdays program.

    Those participating came from two states and more than 40 school districts and attended Western Kentucky University’s campus in Bowling Green and the Kentucky Science Center in Louisville each Saturday through last week.

    Shelby Countians who were selected to attend included:

  • Corpus Christi Academy honor roll

    Corpus Christi Academy honor rolls

    First Honors

    Kierstin Cooley, Bethany Griffin, Samantha Hosein, John Paul Poole, Rodrigo Rohlin, Kara Waurio, Courtney Zoeller


    Second Honors

    Shelby Cooley, Celestine Genuis, Alex Hosein, Vanesa Rohlin, Josie Zoeller

  • Shelby County Public Schools menus Dec. 2-6


    Elementary schools – Breakfast: Sausage Pancake Bites (19g), WG Blueberry Muffin (25g); Entrées: WG Pretzel (28g) w/Cheese Sauce (6g), Popcorn Chicken (13g); Sides: Cauliflower (2.56g), w/Ranch (1g), Green Beans (3.86g), Orange Smiles (15.4g), Pineapple Tidbits (15.5g); Condiments: Honey Mustard (10g), Ketchup (2g)

  • Santa needs letters, artwork

    The Sentinel-Newsagain this year invites children to write letters to Santa Claus or submit a drawing about Christmas to be judged for a prize, with as many entries as possible being published in a special section on Christmas Eve.

    The letters, by children ages 6 to 9, can be about a child’s Christmas wishes and also about what the holiday means to him or her.

  • Chapter 6: Where’s the beef?

    “What is that smell?” Chloe asked Pa as the nasty odor filled the truck.

    “That’s cow manure,” Pa explained.

    “Cow manure?” I repeated, unsure of what cow manure was but happy I wasn’t responsible for the rancid scent.

  • Prism concert at CHS

    The Fine Arts Department of Collins High School on Oct. 29 staged its second annual Prism Concert. This concert showcased the talents of the orchestra, marching band, drum line, symphonic band, concert band, various choirs and drama. Students from the art department painted, and the music flowed around them.

  • A weather lesson

    WAVE 3 TV meteoroligist Christie Dutton talks to the first graders at Clear Creek Elementary on Wednesday about weather.