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Today's News

  • 70th anniversary: Frances and John Joseph Moran Jr.

    Frances and John Joseph Moran Jr. have been married for 70 years. The couple was married on Oct. 25, 1941, at St. Brigid's Church by William Griesbaum.

    He retired in 1982 after 46 years of service as an electrician.

    She, the former Frances Griesbaum, is a homemaker.

    They are members of St. Michael Parish

  • Engagement: Brown-Leibig

    Randy and Marti Brown of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter, Lindsey Brown, to Anthony Leibig. He is the son of Gloria Leibig of Jenkintown, Pa., and Ralph and Millie Leibig of Harveys Lake, Pa.

    She will graduate in December with her master’s in health science from the physician assistant program at Drexel University in Philadelphia and is a lieutenant and will practice medicine for the Air Force following graduation.

  • Engagement: DeMastes-Crabtree

    Charles and Penny DeMastes of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Cindy DeMastes, to Kevin Crabtree Jr. He is the son of Kevin and Dr. Cindy Crabtree of Louisville.

    She is a graduate of Georgetown College and Pikeville School of Medicine and is a U of L resident physician at Kosair Children’s Hospital.

    He graduated from the University of Louisville and works at Humana in Louisville.

    The couple will be married in Louisville on Dec. 31.

  • 2011 state fair winner

  • Potter wedding

    Mallory Jane Watts and Craig Garrett Potter were married 4 p.m. June 25, 2011, at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in Louisville.

    Parents of the bride are Randy and Janie Watts of Shelbyville. The groom is the son of Karen Potter of Raleigh, N.C, and Stephen and Sherry Potter of Fort Mill, S.C.

    Father Larry Legakisofficiated the double-ring ceremony.

    The bride was given in marriage by her father, Randy Watts.

    Maid of honor was Caroline Biagi Watts of Shelbyville, sister of the bride.

  • Cruising at Gallrein

    The Shelby County Car Club’s final cruise of the season was at Gallrein Farm.

    Other winners were Best Non Big 3, 1946 Studebaker, Jim and Joyce Nutgrass; Farm Pick, 1947 Chevy Wrecker, Harry Newman; Employees' Pick, 1962 Corvette, Diane and John Bishop; Best GM, 1955 Chevy, Dean and Lori Taylor; Best Truck, 1966 Ford F100, Corby Chapman; Best Mopar, 1973 Cuda, Carl Kratzer.

  • Rockets romp, Titans claw way to home finale victories

    The Collins and Shelby County volleyball teams sent their seniors out in style Monday night.

    Both won their home finales, although they did it in different ways.

    The Rockets swept Grant County, 26-24, 25-14, at Mike Casey Gymnasium for their fourth consecutive victory, and the host Titans went the distance to beat 8th Region rival Bullitt Central, 16-25, 25-18, 25-18.

  • Collins girls win home soccer finale

    The Collins girls’ soccer team closed out its home schedule with an 8-0 victory over Fern Creek on Monday night at Clear Creek Park. That was five days after visiting 15th-ranked North Oldham ended the Titans’ 2-match winning streak with a 5-0 victory Thursday night.

    Against the Tigers, senior Sarah Robinson's hat trick led the way for Collins.

  • Harover’s hard times end up at State – again

    If Shannon Harover has learned anything in the past few months there were two things:

    1.      No dancing during golf season.

    2.      She doesn’t like to watch golf when she knows she could be out there.

    Harover, a senior at Shelby County High School, will be out on the course for the Rockets this Friday and Saturday at the Bowling Green Country Club as they make their fourth consecutive appearance at the girls’ golf State Tournament.

  • Brooks' big game could be harbinger for second half

    Collins senior linebacker Michael Brooks has had some dominating defensive performances this season for the Titans’ football team.

    There was the 27-tackle performance and interception-return touchdown against Eastern.

    There was the 25-tackle game in the shutout of Spencer County.

    But Brooks, a sometimes running back, too, saved his best offensive game of the season for last Friday night’s contest against cross-town rival Shelby County.