Today's News

  • 'Big Love' brings big insight to SCHS

    Some pretty “Big Love” is coming to Shelby County High School this Friday and Saturday, when the theater department presents Charles Mee’s Big Love, an update on one of the oldest plays ever known, The Suppliant Women by Aeschylus.

  • News Briefs: Nov. 11, 2009

     Senate candidates scheduled

  • My Word: A most simple gift can have amazing power

     The power of a simple gift is one of the most amazing powers there is.  From China to Peru, Samaritan’s Purse has been busy sending shoebox gifts to hurting and poor children.  Since 1993, Samaritan’s Purse has delivered more than 61 million shoebox gifts to boys and girls in 130 nations.  Because of this program, children and their families all over the world are impacted and find hope through Jesus.

  • Southville to hold special election for winery

    Ferenc Vegh and Lisa Davis can't wait until Nov. 24.

    That's the day they find out whether or not they will get the go-ahead to start plans to build a winery to go with the vineyard they established last year.

    A special local-option election will be held Nov. 24 for the Southville Voting Precinct (B-101), which will allow voters to decide if they would like for the Vegh-Davis Vineyard, located at 5916 Hempridge Road, to be allowed to operate as a winery.

  • Animal welfare groups work together for county's animals

    Charlie Metzger was in the middle of detailing how the adoption center works at Metzger's Country Store in Simpsonville when an employee walked in holding a gorgeous, gray-and-white Himilayan.

    The cat had been left at the store in its carrier with a note attached requesting Metzger's to care for it.

    "It doesn't happen too often, but it happens more than it should," Metzger said.

    The cat would have to be taken to the county's animal shelter for a period before it could come back to Metzger's, if the center has space.

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  • This is a game that makes you want to twist and shout

    I endured one of those terrible traumas recently that I had hoped never would occur in my lifetime and pray never happens to you.

    On Thursday night, I had to be in my car for about an hour in the late evening. It was a quiet night, not much traffic. No rainfall, even if the sky wasn’t clear.

    And then it happened, as if the fates had reached out and grabbed me by the shirt and dragged me into a new vortex of reality.

    I turned on my radio to listen to a bit of the World Series, and it wasn’t there!

  • 'The Perfect Gift' hits the big screen

    Finchville resident and moviemaker Jefferson Moore has noticed that Christmas is becoming more censored each year.

    “We’re seeing Christmas slip each year. PC [politically correct] police are more ridiculous every year,” he said, referring to those who determine when and how others are allowed decorate, or even whether they’re able to say “Merry Christmas.”

  • Rockets roll plast Seneca

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  • Cross country: Rockets 9th at KTCCCA meet

    The SCHS boys’ cross-country team rested it’s varsity runners for the regular season’s final meet, and Coach Randall McDowell gave his junior varsity squad a chance to run against the top competition.

    The younger runners fared well, finishing ninth Saturday out of 16 teams from Class 3A at the Kentucky Track and Cross County Coaches Association meet at Masterson Station Park in Lexington.