• Shelby students on EKU honors lists
  • 4-H shooting sports open recruitment

    Shelby County 4-H Shooting Sports will have an annual open recruitment at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the Shelby County Extension office, 1117 Frankfort Road. All new and perspective club members should plan to attend. All returning club members should wear team shirts. Parents are encouraged to attend to see what the program is like and what is expected of the 4-Hers. Equipment requirements and practice schedules will also be discussed. For more information, visit www.shelbyky4h.com.

  • School menus – Feb. 18 through 22

    Monday – no school, President’s day


  • Learning to cough

    Right before a recent lunch break, preschool children at Painted Stone Elementary were taught how to put their noses in the bends of their arms to cover a cough. Showing what they learned are Jordy Cerna and April Sangabriel.

  • Full of smiles

    Lunch can be a fun time in elementary schools, such as Painted Stone, where fries are served as smiley-faces – shown here by Arisdelzy Hernandez, a second- grader.

  • Best spellers
  • Friction thinking

    At West Middle School, science teacher Kerri Holder was up to her temples with students thinking about friction. Her bell-ringer to start the class asked whether applying soap to an already wet slip-and-slide would reduce friction. Billy Gene Tennill (left) said no; Sarah McDowell and Brittany Roberts said yes as they debated their thinking in small group.

  • Partners on problem

    Todd Pickett (front) and Christian Angel Rivera work on Order of Operations to agree on an answer in a worksheet activity in Denise Stewart’s math class at West Middle School.

  • 3 SCHS students are interns for Montell

    Three Shelby County High School students have been chosen for an internship program created by state Rep. Brad Montell(R-Shelbyville) and will serve during the ongoing legislative session.

    Those chosen are:

    •  Zach Brown, the son of David and Belinda Brown, who said he wants to gain “more knowledge about our country’s political system and experience by participating in certain aspects of it.” He wants to major in political science after graduation and become involved in politics in some fashion.

  • Eagle Scout

    Patrick Hargadon of Troop 470 was awarded his Eagle Scout on Dec. 17 at his Court of Review. His board consisted of retired Army Col. Walter Herd, John Jennings and John Bader. For his community project, Hargadon built a rosary garden at Church of Annunciation in Shelbyville.