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Today's News

  • Crimestopper: Info wanted on theft from auto, vandalism from B.B. gunshots

    Between midnight and 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 7 in the 4900 block of Bell Avenue, nearly $700 worth of property was stolen was stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

    The stolen property included a GPS, a cell phone and a digital camera.

    Then, on Oct. 8, at about 7:30 p.m., a resident on Baker Drive reported that three white males in their late teens shot and damaged a window in his house with a B.B. gun. Officers were unable to locate anyone with a B.B. gun in that area.

  • It’s all about meeeor is it?

    I recently coached a 7-8-year-old basketball team at our church. After watching them for the first two practices and the first game, I came to the realization that before I could try to teach these children anything about basketball, we first needed to work on some self-awareness exercises.

  • Looking Back: October 16, 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.

  • Quality, depth define Shelbyville Horse Show

      The Shelbyville Horse Show has long been a jewel on the circuit, and this year’s judge, Jim Cherry, said this was maybe one of the best ever. “This was hands down the best horse show I’ve ever been to,

  • EARLIER: State Golf Tournament may be affected by weather

    BOWLING GREEN – The skies finally cleared Thursday as the Lady Rockets finished the first nine of their practice round at Bowling Green Country Club.

    The girls peeled off rain gear they'd been wearing since they got under way, but the chance that they'll need it again when the KHSAA Girls State Golf tournament begins today is strong.

  • Collins High School parents have chance Thursday to ask questions

    Parents whose students have been assigned to attend the new Martha Layne Collins High School in August will get their chance Thursday to ask questions.  

    Collins Principal Anthony Hatchell will provide those answers at a public forum starting at 7 p.m. in the Shelby County High School theater.

  • WICHE: Signs of fall everywhere

    I don’t just rely on fall color to tell me the seasons are about to change. There are so many other little things to observe that help me make the transition.

    Gossamer webs floating in the air, the long shadows of a sun falling slowly in the southern sky, walnuts hidden in the grass, and robins flocking in search of crabapples and other fall fruit.  

  • West slips past East in county battle

    After East Middle School shocked West last season, the Warriors got a little revenge.

    With the score tied at 8, the West marched down the field during the last three minutes and scored with 9.4 seconds remaining beat to beat its longtime rival, 16-8.

    “It was really a good game,” West Coach Roy Bailey said. “We were just fortunate enough to pull it out at the end.”

  • North Oldham upends Lady Rockets

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  • EARLIER: Construction collapse injures 3 workers

    Three construction workers were injured Tuesday when the roof collapsed on a half-finished building in the 1700 block of Midland Trail, just west of Shelbyville.

    The roof of the building, the future site of Family Video, was in the framing stage when it collapsed, injuring three workers, Shelby County Fire Chief Bobby Cowherd said.