Today's News

  • City council to meet in closed session

    The Shelbyville City Council will end Thursday's meeting with a closed session that could have a big impact on area residents.

    The council will discuss incentives for a proposed possible industrial expansion.

    Mayor Tom Hardesty declined to discuss what industry was considering expansion and what those possible incentives could cover, and he noted that nothing is ready to happen yet.

  • Big second half propels Titans' girls

    After a sloppy first half against Central Hardin - a carryover from his team’s loss to George Rogers Clark - Collins High School girls basketball coach Phillip Conder had one question for his team at halftime.

    “Do you want to win?”

  • Cornerstone hangs with defending state champ - for a half

    Cornerstone Christian Academy gave the defending Kentucky Christian Athletic Association state champ all it wanted Friday night – for a half.

  • Titans road woes continue

    The road has been rough for the Collins boys’ basketball team so far in the early season, in more ways than one.

    The Titans fell behind early at Danville on Friday night, closed to five points by halftime before a clunker of a third quarter dropped Collins to 0-3 away from home with a 60-43 loss.

  • Watchdog group watches Shelby animal shelter

    The Shelby County Animal Shelter has come under fire recently as it works to maintain its "no kill" status.


    Randy Skaggs of the Trixie Foundation recently filed an open-records request with the shelter, seeking to verify that the shelter’s record match its "no kill" efforts.


  • Shelby County Sheriff's Reports Dec. 10, 2010

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  • Million-dollar pot bust goes federal, but suspect remains free

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  • Urban key-chain myth finds its way to Shelby

    An urban legend has found its way into central Kentucky.

    Shelbyville Police Detective Stacy Bruce said his department has received several calls regarding key chains that are leading criminals to homes for robbery and car jacking.

    “We’ve had several calls from individuals and even the Eminence Police Department and Stock Yards Bank. But nothing like this has ever happened,” Bruce said.

  • Simpsonville to residents: Move vehicles off street

    With forecasts for the weather outside getting ever more frightful, the Simpsonville City Commission made its first official step Tuesday night to creating an easier path for keeping its city streets free from snow and safer.

    Commissioners passed on first reading a new parking ordinance that would make it unlawful for residents to park on city streets for extended periods, and they appear likely to pass its second reading at their meeting Wednesday morning.

  • Business Briefcase Dec. 10, 2010

     New Proffitt at CUB

    Citizens Union Bank announced the hiring of Dana Proffitt as vice president of treasury services. 


    New stylist at Salon 722

    Frieda Seppenfield is a new stylist at Salon722 in Simpsonville. She works there Tuesday through Saturday.


    McCray named HR specialist of LCNI