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Today's News

  • Kentucky Sheriffs’ boys and girls ranch

    The Kentucky Sheriffs’ boys and girls ranch camp is free thanks to the support of sheriffs, members and contributors. Also pictured are Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong and his wife, Audrey, who transported the campers, and ranch head counselor Kelly Burk.

  • Myatt named Eagle Scout

    Nathan Myatt, son of Craig and Dolly Myatt, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest honor for a Boy Scout.

    He is a member of Boy Scout Troop 164 at First Presbyterian Church in Shelbyville. He is a recent graduate of Shelby County High School and will attend Sullivan University in the fall with plans to become a chef.

  • Promotions in scouting

    Seven Daisies from Troop 1222 earned their wings during a Fly Up Ceremony to become Brownie Scouts. They were (from left) Alyssa Hance, Katie Galica, Chloe Gonshak, Alexis Hance, Kyale Thompson, Ava Roberts and Caliegh Craddrock. Troop Leaders are Jillian Stien and Christina Owens.

  • On campus: Jennifer White

    Jennifer Marie White graduated from Northern Kentucky University, earning two degrees – a Bachelors of Arts in psychology, magna cum laude, and a Bachelor of Arts in studio arts with an honors minor, magna cum laude.

  • Shelby student on service team

  • On campus: July 6, 2012

    Shelby students on Bellarmine dean's list

  • Church news: July 6, 2012

    Allen Chapel
    The church is located on KY 55 in Finchville.

    Annunciation
    Interested in learning more about the Catholic faith? You are invited to come to RCIA on Wednesday nights. Contact Diana at 647-3499 for more information. Homebound or hospitalized? If you know of someone who wants to see a priest or needs communion, call the parish office at 633-1547.

  • EARLIER: Outlet mall questions get no answers

    Six people – including two speakers – who went to the Simpsonville City Commission’s meeting on Tuesday to get answers departed with little more information than they had when they arrived.

    Bill Brammell, who is on retainer for the city to sit in for vacationing City Attorney Hite Hays, basically ended the discussion before Barbara Shadley could ask her first question by explaining the ground rules for the session.

  • Cool items are hot sellers

    As summer continues to hit record high temperatures, some businesses are building off that heat. But one of the most important summer mainstays seems to have all but disappeared from the county’s landscape.

    Neighborhoods are missing that familiar jingle that sends kids running into the streets on a sweltering evening, because it appears that nearly all the ice cream trucks have taken their frozen treats else where this year. And no one seems to know where all the trucks have gone.

  • Ag Report: July 6, 2012

    Collins student Eades wins state FFA contest

    Sarah Eades, a senior member of the Collins High School FFA, won the state championship for extemporaneous speaking at the convention held at Rupp Arena in Lexington and will advance to the national competition in October in Indianapolis.