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Today's News

  • Several stop to help at fatal crash

    A horrific car crash Friday that left a woman and her 19-month old son dead, also showed that humanity has not yet perished.

    Amidst the piercing screams and twisted metal were several Good Samaritans and family members working to help save those involved in the two-car incident at the intersection of Old Brunerstown Road and KY 55.

    Billie Aldridge of Nelson County, was planning to stop at McDonald’s to get something to drink, but once she saw the crash she didn’t hesitate.

  • Man shot, killed by deputy in break-in at Simpsonville Baptist

    A Shelbyville man was shot and killed early Friday morning during a break-in at Simpsonville Baptist Church by a Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputy, and three others were arrested on burglary charges.

    The Shelby County Coroner pronounced Dylan M. Dalzell, 22, of Shelbyville dead at the churchafter being fatally shot by deputy Corey Williams.

    Kentucky State Police Spokesperson Bernis Napier said Dalzell was carrying a crowbar and refused multiple commands to drop the weapon while advancing in close proximity to Williams.

  • SHELBYVILLE CITY COUNCIL Council talks Sunday sales

    To follow the county’s ongoing conversation expanding the alcohol ordinance to permit packaged sales on Sunday, the Shelbyville City Council started a discussion of its own last week.

    Shelby County Fiscal Court considered the second reading of its ordinance expansion last night but their decision was not in by press time. 

    The council moved forward with its discussion so if/when the county passes its ordinance the city can be ready to keep its vendors from an economic disadvantage.

  • Blue Gables closes grant

    The Shelbyville City Council opened its meeting fifteen minutes early Thursday with a public hearing concerning the Blue Gables Project.

    Eilene Collins, with Shelby Main Street, spoke during the public comments portion of the hearing and said she wanted to commend the efforts of those involved, as well.

    “I would like to complement Shelbyville Preservation on their efforts and undying dedication to the project, which was not always easy,” she said.

  • Paving project completed

    Simpsonville's project to pave every road within the city limits is now complete, and Thursday night, the Simpsonville City Commission wrapped things up officially by making the final payment to the contractor.

    "We've got a couple of change orders and some payment documents that I need authorization on tonight," said Simpsonville City Administrator David Eaton.

  • KY 55 crash claims 2

    A woman and a child are dead after a two-vehicle crash at KY 55 and Old Brunerstown Road at 6:51 p.m. Friday night which injured three others, said police.

    Kayla Weiver, 18, of Taylorsville was pronounced dead at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville, and Dennis Chapman, 19 months, was pronounced dead at Norton's Children's Hospital by the Jefferson County Coroner's Office.

  • Fundraiser for boy with diabetes

    Proceeds from an event scheduled for Friday at 5 p.m. at the Bagdad Ruritan Club will help a young child in his struggle with juvenile diabetes, his family says.

    Conner Madden, 7, was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes – in which the body does not produce insulin – in May 2016, and his family hopes to be able to obtain an insulin pump for him, said his grandmother, Barbara Waits.

  • Shooting suspect identified in break-in at Simpsonville Baptist

     

  • SnoGo a go

    Much to the dismay of young children around the district, school cancellations due to inclement weather may soon become a thing of the past in Shelby County. 

    The district announced this week that they are now ready to implement non-traditional instructional days, called SnoGo.

    “When the first significant snowfall happens that would normally cancel school, on that day we will do a SnoGo day,” SCPS public relations Coordinator Ryan Allan said.

  • Angel tree to serve 300 children

    The good news is that the Angel Tree program, which provides toys for children in need at Christmas time, is up and running after an uncertain beginning this holiday season.

    But unfortunately, less than 300 children are being served, compared to three times that many last year, said officials from the Salvation Army, the entity that puts on the event each year.