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  • Butterfly House offers supervised visitation setting

    Shelby County now has a place where family members who can only visit in a supervised setting can share quality time together in a personal atmosphere.

    The Butterfly House, owned by Beth Kimbrough-Summers and Beverly Hilger, is located on Washington Street across from Wakefield-Scearce Gallery in the parking lot of the old courthouse.

    Shelby District Judge Linda Armstrong said the facility is a very welcome addition to the community.

  • Business Briefcase: May 4, 2012

    Waldridge follows father to lead

    state academy of physicians

     

    Shelby County physician  Dr. Ronald E. Waldridge II, was installed Saturday as the 61st president of the Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians.

    The installation was part of the organization’s 61st annual Scientific Assembly at the Campbell House in Lexington.

  • New Business: Tylan Advertising

    Address: 3703 Mareli Road, Shelbyville

     

    Who We Are: Tylan Advertising is an award-winning advertising agency and graphic design firm serving the Kentuckiana area, dedicated to superior quality advertising, marketing, branding and graphic design.

     

  • Business Briefcase: April 27, 2012

    Webb named a top seller

    for RE/MAX in Kentucky

    RE/MAX recognized Barry Webb of RE/MAX Performance Realty in Shelby County as its  top performer in the Kentucky region at an awards ceremony in Louisville, KY.  Webb placed seventh in sales for Kentucky.

  • Shelby County gardeners get early start with spring planting

    “Well, it’s just about as ripe and juicy as you can get, and right off the vine, too,” he said, placing it in one of a row of baskets on a table on his roadside stand at 1744 Midland Trail.

    Although the weather might be a bit peculiar this spring, the stuff people want when it comes to garden-related items still seems to be running right on track, he said.

  • Masonic finishes 28th among best employers

    asonic Home of Shelbyville finished No. 28 among large companies on the 2012 list of the best places to work in Kentucky, as judged by the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

    Masonic is the first company in recent years to be part of the list and be shown has having a base in Shelby County. The listing also included Masonic’s facility in Louisville.

    MassMutual Financial Group: Assurance Financial Group and Genentech, Inc. were ranked No. 1 in ceremonies held last week in Louisville.

  • Real Estate deeds: April 27, 2012

    March 12-13

    Ana Y. Torres and Kentucky Housing Corp. to Kentucky Housing Corp. and Federal National Mortgage Association, property on Burks Branch Road, $54,000

    Maryd D. Long to Maria and David O. Edwards, Lot 47, Orchard Crossing. $128,500

    Hartwell and Betty Montford to Billy Raye And Lavenna Fay Quire, Tract 5, Triangle Farms, $25,000

    Aneeta K. and Warren D. Tripp to Michael W. and Susan L. Vonhoven, Lots 164A and 165, Persimmon Ridge, Phase VIII, $540,000

  • New Business: Pig Out BBQ

    Address: 23 Rockbridge Road, Shelbyville.

    Who we are: The former owners of Ralph’s Market on the corner of Rockbridge and Mount Eden Road are back as the family-run Pig Out BBQ. This time daughter Teanitia Gillock and son-in-law David Gillock are involved.

    What we do: Pig Out BBQ takes pride in its slow smoking pulled pork and special- cut ribs that is fall-off-the-bone. The restaurant also grinds fresh beef daily for its  Pig Out Burger. The deck is now open for seating.

  • KY 55 yard sale to be bigger than ever

    The KY 55 yard sale kicked off yesterday, and its organizers in Finchville say this will be a record-breaking year.

    “We have more [vendors] than ever this year, we’ll have at least thirty, counting all those inside and out,” said Annie Eades of Finchville, who again is heading up the event in at the Finchville Ruritan Club.

    The scene was hectic Wednesday afternoon, as people bustled around setting up their wares, both inside in the facility’s gym and outside under huge tents.

  • Gallery hosts session on self-publishing

    If you’ve written – or thought of writing – a book that you might want to publish yourself, a program coming up in Shelbyville may provide the practical advice you need.

    Shelby Artists on Main will host Lori Caskey Sigety, author of In the Family of Trees, for a program that presents key tips on how to self-publish written works, market them online and answer questions on the topics.

    Sigety, a poet, will appear at the gallery at 1 p.m. April 28 and will get into the creative process as it emerged in her poetry.