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Today's News

  • Jubilee breakfast kicks off horse show festivities

    As the sun rose behind Undulata Farm Thursday morning, guests arriving for the Shelbyville Horse Show Jubilee Kick-Off Breakfast greeted one another with warm smiles and hugs.

    And like the horses munching hay and oats to gear up for a show, the guests then piled their plates high with a warm breakfast catered by the Bell House Restaurant to gear up for the Jubilee weekend.

    With this being the 25th anniversary of the Shelbyville Horse Show, the Jubilee brought three guest speakers to help reminisce about the show’s early years.

  • Indictment in school district embezzlement case will wait

    Despite being labeled as a “black and white” case, Shelby County Public Schools is still waiting for an indictment against a former employee accused of embezzling from the district funds.

    In May, SCPS Superintendent James Neihof expressed to The Sentinel-News that information had been uncovered implicating Benita Anglin in the manipulation of the payroll software MUNIS. Anglin, at the time, was the district’s payroll manager.

  • Shelbyville Horse Show starts Wednesday

    Shelbyville Horse Show

    What:25th annual Saddlebred competition

    When:7 p.m., July 30 – Aug. 2

    Where:Shelby County Fairgrounds

    Tickets:$5 per person for gate admission, $350 for 6 box seats, including gate admission, for the entire show, $45 for Horseman’s Tent, $20 for Saturday night party

     

    How can you improve on something like the Shelbyville Horse Show?

  • Shelby woman named St. Jude's volunteer of the year

    How kids

    can participate

    For more information or to enroll in UPHA Ribbons Of Service’s 2014 program, visit UPHAonline.com/ribbonsofservice.html or contact Robertson at 502-802-6777 or at Helen@InfinityStables.com.

    A Shelby County woman will be honored this weekend in Memphis after being named Volunteer of the Year for St. Jude's Childrens Hospital.

  • Shopping for a cause

    The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass is scheduled to open to the general public Thursday and with between 20,000 and 40,000 shoppers expected a plethora of concerns for the impending traffic issues and parking availability have been expressed.

    However, there’s a great alternative for those that want to shop Simpsonville’s new 364,000-square-foot retail center before everyone else and also avoid the opening day traffic on Buck Creek and Veechdale roads just south of Interstate 64.

  • Southside remains on schedule for opening

    This Thursday, attendees at the Shelby County Public School board meeting will once again review the construction progress for the finishing touches at the Northside Early Childhood Center and the last bits of construction at the new Southside Elementary School.

    The Shelby County Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. at the district's offices, 1155 Main Street in Shelbyville. A representative from K. Norman Berry and Associates will be on hand to update the board with a slideshow presentation of images for both buildings.

  • Road issues continue to plague mall area

    As the Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass prepares to open next week, another issue with the newly designed roads has officials again reassessing the situation.

    Even now, with all the lanes open and three new traffic lights in operation, large trucks are having trouble navigating the turn from Buck Creek Road onto the new Veechdale Road, which is just south of the 364,000 square foot outlet center that sits on the southwest corner of Buck Creek Road and Interstate 64.

  • Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass: Official stuck in opening traffic plan

    Simpsonville officials have been working on a traffic plan for the high volume of cars expected for next Wednesday’s opening day of the new Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass, but so far those plans are still incomplete, officials say.

    “We have been working on that for months, but the problem is, it keeps changing,” said Kentucky State Police Spokesperson Kendra Wilson.

  • Some confusion surrounds wet/dry petition

    Those collecting the thousands of necessary signatures to allow the county to have a vote on alcohol package sales are encountering a surprising obstacle when requesting signatures for the petition.

  • Tiger steps down from fire department

    On August 1, the Shelbyville Fire Department will say goodbye to longtime chief Willard E. “Tiger” Tucker.  After 25 years with the department, 13 of which as chief, Tucker has announced his retirement.

    When asked what he’ll miss most about the job, Tucker immediately responded with, “The people, I’ll miss the people.”