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Today's News

  • Rural King employee arrested for theft

    An employee of the Shelbyville Rural King has been arrested for a large theft from the store.

    Christina Allen, 32, of Shelbyville was arrested Tuesday at the store at 3 p.m.

    She was charged with theft by deception under $10,000 and taken to the Shelby County Detention Center, where she has bonded out.

    A Shelbyville Police report said that Allen, who is the store’s customer service manager, is accused of taking $1,987 from the store in a two-month period, from July to August 2016.

  • All in good taste

    Taste and Tunes is celebrating 30 years of pleasing the palate in Shelby County, and this year that reputation will be more deserved than ever, say organizers of the event.

    “We’ll have all the usually good food,” said Johnna Maier, administrative assistant for the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce.

    Whether you’re in the mood for burgers, pizza, tacos, meatballs, or even some more upscale dishes, at $20 for all you can eat, you won’t go away unsatisfied, said Maier.

  • Wet/dry elections start Tuesday

    Tuesday is the first of two wet/dry elections coming up for the county.

    The first election is only for one precinct, however, while the election for the remainder of the county will be the following week, on Sept. 13 when voters will decide if packaged alcohol sales will be allowed in the county.

    Tuesday’s vote for the single precinct, Marshall Doaks, E102, is to establish a winery on an historic property owned by Allan Clore near Eminence.

  • Collins drills Waggener, 2-0

    The Collins High School volleyball team made it two in a row defeating Waggener in two sets on Wednesday night.
    Collins easily cruised to victory over the Wildcats, winning the two sets by scores of 25-13 and 25-9.

    “I think [Waggener] is having a down year,” coach Cary Clark said. “They didn’t bring the competition they typically do. But we executed everything the way we should have and got the win.”

  • Oldham County upends Titans, 5-0

    Collins boys’ soccer dropped its fourth loss of the season on Tuesday night, falling to Oldham County 5-0.

    The Titans were able to keep Oldham at bay for a while, hanging onto a scoreless tie until late in the half.

    With less than two minutes remaining in the first, the Colonels got a solid shot on goal, beating keeper Matthew Stoltz for the first score of the game.

  • Collins, Eastern feature potent aerial attacks

    After a 55-52 shootout win over Bullitt East, Collins High School will travel to Louisville tonight to take on 6A Eastern High School.

    On paper, the game looks like it could be another shootout for Collins, with both teams boasting prolific offensive attacks while struggling on defense. Last year’s contest was a shootout as well, with the Eagles picking up the 49-44 win over the Titans.

  • Rockets face Oldham in home opener

    After picking up its first win of the season in a blowout, Shelby County High School will welcome old school rival Oldham County to town for the home opener tonight at 7:30.

    Last season, Shelby routed the Colonels, 43-7.

    While it’s an old rivalry, it won’t look like the bare-knuckle brawls from years past.

  • Shelby animal shelter receives A rating

     

  • Looking back: Sept. 2, 2016

    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

  • I-64 road work delayed because of lack of asphalt

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has postponed a project on Interstate 64 in Shelby County because of a lack of asphalt.

    The work, which was to be done Wednesday night, included paving an asphalt wedge on the approaches to the bridge over Bullskin Creek (mile point 29.3). Lane closures were planned in both directions between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.