Today's News

  • Boys soccer: Collins upends Shelby

    The Collins High School Titans were victorious in the first of many rivalry games against Shelby County High School, winning 11-3 Tuesday night at the SCHS Sports Complex.

    The Titans opened scoring when senior Trey Basiliere punched in a pass from Matt Huff seven minutes into the game.

    Shelby County answered 15 minutes in when Stuart Orange scored on the Collins keeper.

    However it was all MLC for the rest of the half, with scores from Huff, Baker Medley, and Duane Clinton.

  • Business Briefcase Aug. 20, 2010

     Shelby not on FEI list

    No restaurants or bars in Shelby County are among the 60 to be listed for the Alltech Fortnight Festival Provides Passport program. This allows residents and visitors a directory for outlets during the Alltech FEI Games in Lexington on Sept. 25-Oct. 10.

  • Business Briefcase: Aug. 13, 2010

    Talon among winning wineries

    Talon Winery and Vineyard, which is based in Lexington but has a vineyard and tasting room in Shelby County, was among the Kentucky wineries that brought home 32 medals, including two double golds and five golds, at the Indy International Wine Competition this past week in West Lafayette, Ind.

  • News Briefs: Aug. 18, 2010

     McConnell cancels school appearance

  • Looking Back: August 13, 2010

    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.

  • Dutton hoping to give Dottie’s a new ‘do

    Dottie’s Beauty Shop just might remain open after all.


    Well, at least a form of it.


    Gilmore and Donna Dutton and Jeff and Robin Reynolds bought the two buildings at 410 and 416 6th Street and the sign that for years has been their icon from Jean Culver in an auction on Saturday, and Gilmore Dutton said he might not make changes.


  • WICHE: Various causes of plant distortions

    I am starting to appreciate anomalies in nature in ways I had never considered.

    I suppose I am getting more acquainted with things not going as you plan. I can’t expect a season in the garden to unfold in seamless perfection if nothing else in life does.

    So I am embracing an attitude of wonder instead of one of dismay when things start to distort, twist, stunt, grow nipples, galls or any other odd appendage.

  • Collins' athletes to get heat patches, but not those at SCHS

    Collins High School has some high-tech features in the building and now will have some high-tech features on its athletes as well.


    On Tuesday afternoon the school received a donation of about $2,000 worth of Ionx Body Temperature Alert Patches from the Kentucky Justice Association and the Kentucky Family Safety Foundation to outfit all the Titans through October.


  • Shelbyville Police Reports Aug. 18, 2010

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  • One thought dead in interstate crash

    Details are still sparse on a crash on I-64 in Shelbyville in which it is believed that at least one person has died.

    The crash happened around 6 p.m. in the vcinity of the 38th to 40th mile marker. Kentucky State Police are investigating the incident in which a bus is thought to be involved, possibly a Grey Hound, as well as at least one passenger car. It is not known if the incident involved one accident or two, close together.

    More details are expected in the morning.