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  • 1 person slightly injured in I-64 crash Tuesday

    One person received minor injuries in a 1-vehicle crash between Mile Markers 32 and 33 on Interstate 64 at shortly after noon Tuesday.

    A vehicle driven by Andrea Smith of Shelbyville flipped as she was traveling eastbound on I-64. The vehicle came to rest on its side.

    She was taken to Jewish Hospital Shelbyville with non-life-threatening injuries. The cause of the accident is not yet known.

  • Facebook complaint leads to arrest of sex offender

    A Shelby County man who is a convicted sex offender has been arrested and charged with several offenses, one of them a felony, relating to distributing obscene matter to a minor using social media. 

    Anthony T. Bradford, 41, was arrested Monday and charged with being aregistered sex offender who has been prohibited from using social-networking Web site, Internet messaging or chat room programs used by minors;, distributing obscene matter to a minor, both misdemeanors, and prohibited use of electronic communication to procure a minor, a Class D felony.

  • EARLIER: Titans take off toward state championship

    The Collins High School football team took off Bowling Green in a swirl of celebration Friday morning.

    After a team breakfast in the gym, the Titans were greeted by the entire Collins’ student-body, fans and parents as they boarded the bus to travel to the KHSAA Class 4A State Championship.

    A few members and coaches from the Shelby County High School state championship team were on hand to see the team off and Chris Warford took a few minutes to talk to the Titans before they left.

  • EARLIER: 1987: Shelby holds off Boone County in final: A blueprint for Bluebirds?

    Almost exactly 25 years ago, on Nov. 28, 1987, a Shelby County team went into the state championship game as a big underdog against a powerhouse Northern Kentucky squad.

    And before the Collins High School Titans take the field tonight against the favored Highlands Bluebirds, the players should take a minute to reflect on that Shelby County High School team, the one and only state championship football team from the county.

  • EARLIER: Titans fever sweeping the county

    Fans are snatching up tickets and T-shirts just as fast as they can for Collins High School’s first trip to the KHSAA Class AAAA Championship game tonight in Bowling Green.

    The school had already sold more than 300 tickets by Wednesday afternoon, and the booster club had placed a second order for more state-bound shirts with the Titans’ own hashtag, #titanstoBG.

  • EARLIER: Simpsonville to accept public comment on 2nd outlet mall

    There will be different players, but likely the same script will be followed by the Simpsonville City Commission on Tuesday night, when plans for a second outlet mall in the city gets first review for final approval.

    That’s when commissioners could consider the first reading of an ordinance to grant zone changes and approve plans from Trio Property and Paragon Outlet to build a mall on the southeast corner of Interstate 64 and Buck Creek Road.

  • Police help as construction intensifies

    Motorists may be getting used to seeing police patrols holding up the traditional red STOP signs and doing other traffic control at the KY 55/Interstate 64 interchange, like they have been doing for the past couple of weeks.

    That’s because construction crews working in that area sometimes need that sort of help, said Andrea Clifford, public information officer for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

  • Christmas will parade down Main St.

    The weather won’t be frightful, with a sunny, reasonably warm day predicted for Saturday, but that may make the Shelbyville Christmas parade even more delightful.

    The event should get everyone in the holiday spirit, if they aren’t already, with a parade theme of “The Magic of Christmas.”

    You can expect to see at least a dozen floats from all sectors of the community, from Girl Scout troops to civic groups to schools, churches and businesses, all decked out holiday finery.

  • News briefs: Nov. 30, 2012

    House Bill 1 to address

    special district oversight

    House Speaker Greg Stumbo and state Auditor Adam Edelen announced Thursday that a comprehensive effort to bring greater transparency to special districts would become House Bill 1 during the 2013 regular legislative session.

  • Southside, other low-scoring schools working to improve

    About one month removed from the state’s announced scores in the first year of Kentucky new assessment system, districts and individual schools are beginning to understand their scores more clearly.

    Shelby County’s overall district score was a little better than the middle of the pack statewide, falling in the 56th percentile and four schools earned proficient classifications, ranking in the 70th percentile or above in the state.