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Youth

  • On campus: January 20, 2012

    Freeman graduates from EKU
    Jack Charles Freeman graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice. He plans to attend graduate school at EKU. He is currently lives and works in Lexington. He was a graduate of Shelby County High School and is the son of Julie and Ken Freeman of Shelbyville.

     

  • Scholl to present vocal recital

    Olivia Nicole Scholl, Shelby County High School senior, will present a senior voice recital at 6 p.m. Sunday at Highland Baptist Church in Shelbyville. The public is invited to attend.  The program will consist of selections by Felix Mendelssohn, Claude Debussy and Leonard Bernstein as well as several pieces from Broadway musicals.

    Scholl, a soprano, is a member of Shelby Singers, Blast and Sequins Show Choir, Treble and Chamber Singers under the direction of  Courtney Richardson, and she studies voice and piano with Lynne McReynolds Chenault. 

  • Woody: Jan. 20, 2012

    This is this is the ninth in a series of literacy enhancement articles that appear biweekly in The Sentinel-News.

     

    Chloe convinced me not to dial 911. "Our computer, television and furniture are all here," Chloe pointed out. "Remember what Mom said about not jumping to conclusions before gathering all the facts."

  • Mathematics award winner

    Madison Todd was recognized by the United State Achievement Academy as a national mathematics award winner. She was nominated by her seventh-grade teacher at East Middle School, Suzanne Guelda. The eighth-grader has been a member of T.A.G. since fifth grade, played basketball since the seventh grade and is a honor roll student. She is the daughter of Kiva and Mark Todd of Shelbyville and granddaughter of Mary Todd of Simpsonville.

  • Reading Recovery programs

  • Creating some electricity

  • On campus: Jan. 13, 2012

    Morrison gets PhD at UofL
    Connie Elaine Morrison received the doctor of philosophy in curriculum and instruction with a specialization in special education from the University of Louisville. She is a graduate of Shelby County High School and received her bachelor degree from Eastern Kentucky University and masters degree from UofL.

     

  • Woody

    This is this is the eighth in a series of literacy enhancement articles that appear biweekly in The Sentinel-News.

     

    "In commemoration of Kentucky's sesquicentennial Civil War anniversary, the History Society will be holding a battle re-enactment. In addition to those who will reenact the battle, we're looking for volunteers in the following areas: refreshments, greeters, parking attendants, musical entertainment….

  • Business winners at Cornerstone event

    Cornerstone Christian Academy held a Christmas dinner and auction “The Jingle Bell Ball” in December. Approximately 200 guests had dinner, live entertainment by Kool Jazz Soundz and purchased 91 silent auction items, three live auction items and 43 wreaths. The event brought in $13,000. The poinsettia tree held 157 poinsettias and was handcrafted by one of the parents, Brad Lee.

  • Corpus Christi schedule

    Feb. 8: noon dismissal for teacher conferences

    Feb. 14: Red shirt/sweater spirit day

    Feb. 20: President’s Day, no school