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  • Shelby Energy answers its members

    Shelby Energy Cooperative's board of directors met Thursday morning with a group of members who are concerned with how the co-op was spending money among other topics.

     

    Customers are left tightening their belts as the country continues to suffer through a recession, but Shelby Energy is raising rates, renovating buildings and adding new technology.

     

  • EARLIER: State officials to meet with bypass contractors

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  • March for Babies walk surpasses expectation

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  • Price goes down for new sewers on Ardmore Lane

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  • Wainscott named city's top employee

    Working on some of this and some of that and helping all over the office will get you plenty of recognition.

    And it just might get you the Shelbyville City Employee of the Year.

    Carla Wainscott, who has seen her duties change several times over the years, earned the award last Thursday at the city's annual Employee Appreciation Banquet.

    "I was surprised, shocked really," she said when she heard the news. "I didn't know what to think."

  • EARLIER: Contractors address bypass 'misunderstandings'

    The contractors for the Shelbyville Bypass, silent during its 4-plus years of construction, now are speaking out about why the road has not been approved to open by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Kay and Kay Contracting of L

  • News Briefs: Sept. 29, 2010

     Special Olympics equestrian event back in Shelby

  • Building moratorium headed for 7th Street

    The Shelbyville City Council is continuing to crack down on 7th Street.

    As the city, county and Triple S Planning Commission continue to study the corridor up to the entrance of Clear Creek Park, the city has started the process of placing a building moratorium on its portion of the area.

    At Thursday's meeting, the council approved the first reading of an ordinance that will postpone any building and demolition permits, zoning map amendments and development plans for the area.

  • EARLIER: Home of murder suspect burns down

    Fire investigators are citing arson as the possible cause of a fire that burned the home of a former Shelbyville man who is charged with murdering his girlfriend nearly to the ground Wednesday morning.

  • News Briefs: Sept. 24, 2010

     Shelby’s unemployment