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Today's News

  • ‘Bubba’ is big in Titans’ romp

    The player nicknamed "Bubba" was big ”trouba” for Shelby County on Wednesday night.

    Sophomore Austin Perry went 3-for-4 with three RBIs to lead Collins' 14-hit attack in the Titans' 15-3, 6-inning victory over the host Rockets in the first meeting between the two teams on the baseball field.

    It was the continuation of red-hot stretch for Collins (14-4), which has won 10 of its past 12 games, and Perry, who is hitting .559 since becoming a regular in the lineup.

  • Election 2011: Democratic rally built with pride

    The Shelby County Democratic Party welcomed nearly all the statewide candidates for next week’s primary election to town Wednesday for its annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner.

    The Science Hill Inn dining room was near capacity with not much more than standing room left as 110 folks filed in to hear the Democratic candidates speak.

    “We were very, very pleased,” local party chair Fielding Ballard said. “It was actually even a little better than we expected.”

  • Your turn to speak on 7th Street plans

    The public will get its first official look at the 7th Street Corridor Plan at Tuesday’s Triple S Planning Commission meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Stratton Center in Shelbyville.

    The public hearing, which is required by law, gives those interested a chance to speak on what they like or don’t like with the plan and encourage the commissioners to either adopt the plan or make changes.

    Triple S Executive Director Ryan Libke will give the short presentation.

  • A chorus of praise for top teacher

    Frances Fonza loves music.

    “I just love to share music,” she said. “I want the students to love it as much as I do.”

    That love of music obviously has spilled over to her students, based on the successes the different choirs in events ranging from Atlanta to Nashville and Cincinnati to Indianapolis to Chicago.

  • SOUDER: Saved by the (wedding) bell

    Unless you have been hiding under a rock or totally avoiding all media for the last couple of weeks (and who could blame you?), you are aware that Prince William and Kate Middleton were married in an elaborate ceremony at Westminster Abby in London last Friday.

  • Ag Report: May 13, 2011

    Weather-caused livestock

    deaths may generate aid

  • Major railway repairs under way in Shelby County

    Every morning, not long after sunrise, an army of workers in hardhats and a fleet of red-painted machines amass in an old parking lot next to the railroad crossing on Todds Point Road in Simpsonville.

  • News Briefs: May 13, 2011

    Gold Wing riders host

    motorcycle safety event

    The Honda Gold Wing Road Riders Association, a group of motorcycle enthusiasts that has a chapter in Shelby County, will be attending to one of its primary goals on Saturday: promoting motorcycle Saturday.

    Members will gather from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the rest area on Interstate 64 eastbound, just east of the Simpsonville exit, to hand out pamphlets and discuss how to be safer on the roads.

  • Business Briefcase: May 13, 2011

    Bailey’s Service Center

    No. 1 for transmissions

    Bailey’s Service Center, which has been repairing automobiles in Shelby County for more than three decades, has been honored by Jasper Engines and Transmissions as its top installer in Kentucky for 2010.

  • New business: Ink and Skin Studios

    Address: 44 7th St., Shelbyville