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Today's News

  • Court report: May 30, 2012

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge Linda Armstrong:

    Mark T. Cranmer, failure to comply with sex offender registration – dismissed without prejudice.

    Holly C. Nation, receiving stolen property – plead guilty – 12-month sentence conditionally discharged for two years, $144 costs plus restitution.

    John A. Patterson, first-offense DUI – plead guilty – 22-day sentence, operator's license suspended for 30 days and $728 fine and costs.

  • Teen injured on railroad track

    A teen who was injured on a railroad track shortly before midnight Sunday night has been charged with criminal trespass for being on the track, illegally, police said.

    Shelbyville Police Maj. D. Goodwin said the teen, 17 years old, was walking along the tracks on Bailey Avenune when he fell and hit his head. He was taken to the hospital and treated for the injury.

    The police report, made out by officer Jeff McClellan, said that the teen was intoxicated.

    The track belongs to Norfolk Southern Railroads.

     

  • Amber Oaks’ Windsor honored for leadership

    “I am just really humbled to receive this award,” Dean Windsor, executive director of Amber Oaks, said at a reception Thursday night.

    Anyone who attended the ceremony immediately could get a sense of why Windsor is the 2012 recipient of the Kentucky Assisted Living Facilities Association Leadership Award, because the party had Windsor’s special touch.

  • Shelby County baseball falls to Henry County 5-2 in 8th Region tourney

    The Shelby County baseball team's season came to an end Monday.

    Henry County defeated the Rockets 5-2 in the first round of the 8th Region Tournament at Collins.

    Shelby County (23-14) managed just four hits - one in the final five innings - in the loss to the Wildcats (17-13).

  • Arts Briefs: May 25, 2012

    Military members admitted free
    for Abbey Road on the River

    Members of the U.S. military and their families can get free tickets to this weekend’s Abbey Road on the River, which bills itself as the largest Beatles-inspired festival in the world.
    The event is ongoing through Monday at Belvedere Park and Galt House Hotel in Louisville. To redeem the free tickets, just show a valid military I.D. at the box office upon arrival. Family members with a dependant I.D. can also get tickets (limit 4), which are valid for all days.

  • Arts Briefs: May 25, 2012

    Military members admitted free
    for Abbey Road on the River

    Members of the U.S. military and their families can get free tickets to this weekend’s Abbey Road on the River, which bills itself as the largest Beatles-inspired festival in the world.
    The event is ongoing through Monday at Belvedere Park and Galt House Hotel in Louisville. To redeem the free tickets, just show a valid military I.D. at the box office upon arrival. Family members with a dependant I.D. can also get tickets (limit 4), which are valid for all days.

  • Ag Report: May 25, 2012

    KFB seeks to honor

    best ag educators

    Kentucky Farm Bureau is searching for 2012 Excellence in Ag Literacy Award nominees. The award, bestowed annually by KFB during its annual meeting, was established to recognize and reward teachers who excel in their efforts to incorporate agricultural concepts throughout their core academic studies.

  • Russell named state technology historian

    Shelby County High School sophomore Ethan Russell was elected to the office of state Technology Student Association historian during the Annual TSA Conference. Ethan campaigned on his years of experience in TSA and his experience as a local chapter officer for both East Middle and Shelby County High School.

  • Mars Rover STEM Challenge

  • EMS visits St. Louis