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Today's News

  • Saddlebred group looking to help horses in need

    A New York-based horse rescue organization has stepped in to help get new homes for some Simpsonville Saddlebreds after the owner of the horses died last winter.

    Jennifer Hegg, secretary of Team American Saddlebred, said that her group found out at the last minute that although some horses had been sold as part of the dispersal of the property of the late Cheryl Shropshire, there were about a dozen more animals that were awaiting the arrival of a very undesirable fate.

  • Recanvass finds election results stand

    After months of primary campaigning, an election and an extra week for a recanvass and nothing changed.

    “What we saw today in the recanvass is that there was no substantial change in the vote totals that would alter the Republican nominee for governor or for commissioner of agriculture,” said Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.

  • A growing Harvest

    What do coffee, ice cream, and golf have in common?  In Shelbyville the answer is Harvest Coffee & Café.

    Owned by Ben and Melinda Hardin, the local coffee shop and caféat 524 Main Street is known for their natural and healthy food selections and charitable ideas like “Pay What You Can Day” and their Pay it Forward wall.

    But the innovative ideas never seem to stop for flowing the husband and wife team as this month they announced the addition of Comfy Cow ice cream and dining service at the Shelbyville Country Club.

  • GRADUATION 2015

     Shelby starts at 1, Collins at 5:30

     

     

    On Saturday the class of 2015 will walk towards their bright new future. With two high schools in the County, planning to graduations has become a breeze, as the schools share the day and allow plenty of time for friends and family to attend both graduations.

  • Shelby Tourism has a new home

     The ShelbyKY Tourism Commission and Visitors Bureau has found a new home for their Welcome Center.

    The offices moved from sharing space with the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce, the Shelby County Industrial Foundation and Shelby Development at the Cardwell House in downtown Shelbyville to its own historic house located at the other end of the city.

    The ShelbyKY Tourism Commission and Visitors Bureau has been around since 1989, but the new location, which opened on May 1st at 1011 Main Street, came with extended hours – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Conder named new principal at Cropper

    As the school year comes to a close, it marks a new chapter in the lives of many students as they prepare to advance a grade level, begin a career or leave for college.

    But in Shelby County, as the district prepares for a new school year, big changes are being made in the administrative roles, as well.

    Just less than two weeks after the district announced that Margo Whisman will fill the role of Shelby County High School Principal for retiring Eddie Oakley, the district has made a second major change.

  • Rebirth and rebuilding

    Spring is the season for rebirth, and that has certainly been the case for a Shelby County family this year after a dark and dismissal bout with death and destruction through fire a year ago.

    Kathy and Santiago Mejia have almost got their numbers back up to normal after losing 55 of their 75 dairy goats in a horrendous fire in May 2014. Smiling affectionately down at the newborn goat in her arms, Kathy Mejia couldn’t help glancing over to the empty spot where the livestock barn had stood, a shadow passing over her face.

  • High schools to honor senior achievements

     While seniors at Shelby County and Collins high schools are focused on Saturday’s walk toward a new chapter in their lives, there is one more celebration of their success before finishing their high school careers.

    Both schools will honor seniors at 6:30 p.m. Thursday with Senior Awards nights, commemorating students that have reached landmarks, earned scholarships and excelled inside and outside of the classrooms at both schools.

  • Rocket men

     It’s not everyday that a rocket launch occurs in Shelby County, but on Friday three rocket launches happened at Painted Rock Elementary.

    Two students along with the help of their classmates set off small rockets as part of what they’ve been working on all year with their Academic Science Team.

  • Sentinel-News gets new publisher

    The Sentinel-News has a new publisher at the helm with the addition of Scott Moore, who started Tuesday.

    Moore, who has 18 years of newspaper experience, replaces former publisher Kerry Johnson, who left last month after eight years at The Sentinel-News to move back to Florida as a part owner of a newspaper.

    Moore comes to The Sentinel-News from The Kentucky Standard, located in Bardstown, where he was advertising director for the past four years.