• Public schools offer summer food service program

    The Shelby County Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the open sites and times as follows: 

  • 9 preteens compete at Shelby County Fair

    The Miss Shelby County Pre-Teen contest is at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.

    A contestant must be 8 years old by June 30 and not have reached her 13th birthday by Oct. 31. Five finalists will be chosen, from which a winner and first runner-up will be chosen from the standpoint of beauty, poise and personality.

  • 3 teen contestants compete at Shelby County Fair

    Shelby County girls will compete Tuesday in the Miss Shelby County Fair Teen pageant. The winner will compete in the Miss Teen Kentucky County Fair pageant. The contestants are judged on beauty, poise and personality.

  • 7 to compete for Miss Shelby County Fair

    Seven Shelby County girls will compete Tuesday in the Miss Shelby County Fair pageant.

    A contestant must have reached her 16th birthday by Oct. 31 and shall not have reached her 22nd birthday by Oct. 31 of the year when the contest is held. Contestants will be judged from the standpoint of beauty, poise and personality.

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  • Cornerstone Christian Academy graduation

    Four seniors graduated from the 2013 Cornerstone Christian Academy. They were (from left) Josh Woodward, Victoria Fries, Ashley Hamblin and Jack Douglas. Woodward was valedictorian.

  • SCHS wins awards in journalism contest

    Shelby County High School and one of its students were among 32 Kentucky schools and one from Indiana who won awards in the annual statewide high school journalism contest sponsored by the Kentucky High School Journalism Association, based in Frankfort.

    Shelby County High School received second place in broadcast documentary and second place in yearbook cover design. Matt Smith won first place in sports writing.

    The contest recognizes high school journalists participating in high school newspapers, yearbooks and broadcast programs.

  • On campus: June 7, 2013

    Barnett receives honors from JCC

    Lana Barnett received a certificate of data entry operator from Jefferson County Community College, Shelby Campus. She is a survivor of a traumatic brain injury from a 4-wheeler accident in 2004. She graduated from Shelby County High School.

  • On campus: Ryan Jones

    Dr. Ryan K. Jones graduated from the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He is a 2005 graduate of Shelby County High School and a 2009 graduate of the University of Louisville.

    He is the son of Cecil and Jody Jones of Simpsonville and the grandson of Rosa Jones of Simpsonville.

    He will be completing his residency in General Surgery at East Carolina University-Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, N.C.

  • Cornerstone read-a-thon

    Cornerstone had the annual student fundraiser, a Read-A-Thon. Students collect pledges and sponsors for the number of pages they read during the event. Overall 165 student readers log more than 122,000 pages and earn a total of $9,200 for the school. The top readers from preschool K3 through fifth grade won a limo ride to Dairy Queen. The winners were (from left) Alexis Kuhn, Caitlin Kuhn, Duncan Barbour, Haisley Shepherd, Marissa Weaver, Opal Best, Zoe Maxwell, Tyler Fisher and Ashley Haymond.