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Today's News

  • Basketball: State runners-up honored

    The 2000 SCHS girls' basketball team that finished the season as state runners-up will be honored before tonight's Lady Rockets' game against Anderson County.

    The 2000 squad beat Scott County, 72-51, to claim the 8th Region crown. In the Sweet 16, the girls topped Shelby Valley, 53-51, in the opening round and then beat Presentation, 66-54, in the quarterfinals. The Lady Rockets exacted some revenge with a 52-50 victory over Lexington Catholic in the semifinals.

  • Scathing KLC audit likely won't affect relations in Shelby

     

    A stinging audit of the spending practices of the Kentucky League of Cities likely won’t affect Shelby County’s two cities’ relationship with that organization.

  • Lady Rockets fall to visiting Bearcats

    Sunk by poor shooting and inconsistent defense, the Lady Rockets (1-5) lost to visiting Anderson County 61-46 Friday night.

    Shelby County shot 14 percent from the field in the first half, but improved to 52 percent in the second half by driving more to the basket.

    The Lady Bearcats (4-0) jumped to a 24-9 lead in the first half, and Shelby County never got closer than 10 points through the second half.

  • McDaniel to sign Fishing with Paps

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  • Holiday events in need

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  • A gift for all

    Each holiday season the spirit of giving and generosity seizes many of us, prompting an extra card here, some bills in a bucket there.

    And there are some as Christmas approaches who take that spirit just a bit father, who reach out to our neighbors who are most in need.

    Their stories are inspirational and too often go untold, lost in the dash and sparkle of the season, private acts of kindness that spread blessings among us.

  • CONSTABLE: Larry Gravett

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  • Looking Back: December 18, 2009

    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.

  • 'Half the battle'

    When East Middle School teacher Debbie Meredith lost her hair and started wearing hats in school, none of her students said a word.

    For a while, neither did she.

    “No teachers told the kids because we didn’t know if she would,” fellow teacher Suzanne Guelda said.

    Then somewhere around the second week of this school year, Meredith told her seventh-grade students what she was going through.

    Diagnosed with breast cancer last year, she was being treated with chemotherapy.

  • Wills case continued to Dec. 23

    A Shelby County woman charged with embezzling $600,000 of escrow accounts from her employer has delayed her scheduled appearance in Shelby Circuit Court until Dec.