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Today's News

  • 8th Region Update: Dec. 3, 2010

     BOYS

  • EARLIER: Rolling Ridge to elect new officers

     

    Residents in the Rolling Ridge development in Simpsonville who had been wanting more transparency from their homeowners association are about to take a big step toward getting that wish.

    The association has called a meeting for Jan. 6 to elect a new slate of officers, replacing the leadership that has been in place for five years under the embattled presidency of Bruce Irvin.

  • Montell files education bills, 1 that is tied to candidate's firm

    Rep. Brad Montell (R-Shelbyville) has been busy preparing for the 2011 General Assembly.

    Montell already has pre-filled four bills and said he is a co-sponsor on a fifth one.

    Again Montell has a heavy focus on education in his bills, including another charter schools bill he plans to pre-file later this week. His charter schools bill failed to gain sufficient support earlier this year.

  • Breaking NewsWinter storm warning issued for Shelby

    Shelby County was placed under a winter storm warning early this morning, with residents told to brace not only for more snow but an escalation in temperatures that could lead to heavy icing by Thursday morning.

     

    Chances for accumulation range from 80 percent to 70 percent during the next 24 hours.

     

    As much of a half-inch of ice is forecast to accumulate, which could make roads slick, affect trees and power lines.

     

    Crews for the state, county and utilities are on full alert.

     

  • Cards, Cats off to solid starts

     

    This is the first in what will be a weekly look at the University of Louisville and University of Kentucky men's basketball teams.

  • Rothenburger formally enters race for Ag Commissioner

     

     

     

     

     

  • Atmos: We’re still ‘looking into’ outage

    Officials at Atmos Energy say they still have no idea what caused 750 customers in Shelbyville to lose natural gas service on a frigid day last week, and people in Shelbyville want answers.

    So does the Public Service Commission.

  • A Christmas Medley

    Sam and Joyce Medley may not be Mr. and Mrs. Claus, but they are the closest things to them this side of the North Pole.

    The Medleys, who live in Finchville, love Christmas so much that walking into their home around Christmastime is like walking into Santa’s toy shop or stepping into a magical land, where one first encounters a miniature village decked out for the holidays, with wreaths on every tiny door and candles glowing in its windows, nestled into a snow bank of fluffy white cotton.

  • Devine intervention fro Carroll

    It wasn’t quite divine intervention for the Shelby County girls’ basketball team Saturday.

    But Carroll County junior guard Hannah Devine scored 32 points, and the visiting Panthers held the Rockets to two points in the first quarter on their way to a 61-32 victory over Shelby at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

  • Chargers down Rockets

    Another slow start doomed the Shelby County High School boys’ basketball team Saturday night.

    Visiting Bullitt East outscored the Rockets, 27-9, in the first quarter on its way to a 94-56 victory at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

    It was the third time this season Shelby County has failed to reach double digits in the first period.