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Today's News

  • Church calendar: Jan. 27, 2012

    Allen Chapel

    The church is located on 55 South in Finchville.

     

    Annunciation

    Homebound or hospitalized? If you know of someone who wants to see a priest or needs communion, call the parish office at 633-1547. If you have thought of becoming Catholic or have questions about the Catholic church, come to RCIA on Wednesday nights. Contact Diana at 647-3499.

     

    Bagdad Baptist

  • Real Estate deeds: Jan. 27, 2012

    Dec. 27-31

    Marcus L. Rogers Estate to Keith and Helen I. Brubaker, 5.01 acres, Highland Meadows, $218,350

    Kristie and April Richards Cerra to James Holbrook, Lot 156, Midland Estates Sec. 8,

    Amber Lynn Cox to Aaron Thomas Cox, Lot 26, Woodfield Sec. 1, $100,000

    Cindy H. and John C. Farmer and Cindy H. Chesser to Earl M. Morgan and Leslie R. Clubb, Lot 43, Hi Point village Phase I, $134,000

  • Guthrie says new rules unfair to Black & Decker

    U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-Bowling Green) is protesting a new regulation in the power tools industry because of its potential impact on the Black & Decker plant in Shelbyville.

    In a statement released by his office late last week, Guthrie shared a letter he had written to the Consumer Product Safety Commission to protest a proposal to expand safety standards in the production of power tools, and specifically table saws.

  • Business Briefcase: Jan. 27, 2012

    Republic reports 45 percent

    earnings growth in 2011

     

    Republic Bancorp, Inc., which has a branch in Shelbyville, announced its fourth consecutive year of increased earnings by completing 2011 with net income of $94.1 million, a $29.4 million, or 45 percent, increase over 2010.

  • 4th quarters decide Titans’ fates

    It was a tale of two different fourth quarters for the Collins boys’ basketball team this past weekend.

    Visiting Oldham County outscored the Titans by nine points in the final period on its way to a 58-44 victory Friday night. Then Collins turned the tables on host Christian Academy of Louisville on Saturday night, outpointing the Centurions by seven in the final 8 minutes of its 50-46 victory.

     

    Oldham County 58, Collins 44

  • Titans rally from 15-point halftime hole

    There was more than one reason to celebrate at Collins on Friday night.

    In addition to the Homecoming festivities, the Titans’ girls’ basketball team staged one of the biggest comebacks in its brief history.

    Collins, which trailed by 15 points at halftime, rallied to beat visiting Oldham County, 57-49.

  • Rockets rebound from blowout

    The Shelby County girls’ basketball continued to demonstrate its development over the weekend.

    The Rockets lost by 30 points, 58-28, to Owen County on Friday night but bounced back to beat host East Jessamine 52-43 Saturday in the school’s Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.

     

    Owen County 58, Shelby County 28

    The Rebels, one of the top teams in the 8th Region, led, 15-1, at the end of the first quarter on their way to the victory.

  • Poor shooting downs Rockets

    The struggles continued for the Shelby County boys’ basketball team this past weekend.

    The Rockets were routed by host North Oldham, 82-57, Friday night, then fell to North Laurel, 69-52, Saturday in the Al Prewitt Classic at Henry Clay.

     

    North Oldham 82, Shelby County 57

    The Mustangs, who led, 39-26, at halftime, used a huge third quarter – when they outscored Shelby, 31-12 – to put the visitors away.

  • 3 boys, 1 girl power Titans

    The Collins boys’ swim team beat both Meade County and Shelby County for a pair of dual-meet victories Saturday at Fort Knox.

    On the girls’ side, the Titans topped the Rockets but were edged by the Green Wave.

    Thanks to victories in six of the 11 events the Collins boys slipped past Meade, 115-114, and bettered Shelby, 144-63, while the Green Wave beat the Rockets, 127-62.

  • Shelby County School Board: Schools continue to study energy efficiencies

    With budget cuts from the state and funding issues locally, the Shelby County Board of Education will be looking for some good news with savings on energy.

    District Energy Manager Sherman Adams will provide the board with a presentation during Thursday's 7 p.m. meeting at Clear Creek Elementary School.

    Last August, Adams, who works for Shelby County and five other districts, gave the board excellent news with savings all over the district of 1.7 million kilowatt hours from the previous year.