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Today's News

  • EARLIER: Assault victim remains critical

    A Shelbyville woman who was brutally assaulted Saturday is showing some improvement although  she still has not regained consciousness, a member of her family said.

    Denisse Escareno, 24, is still listed in critical condition at the University of Louisville Medical Center after being left on the side of Mount Eden Road after being severely beaten.

    Shelby County Sheriff’s Det. Eric Hettinger said no arrests have been made in the case, and her assailant remains still at large.

  • Business Briefcase: Nov. 11, 2011

    Black & Decker acquires

    Borders Unlimited’s property

    One company that has closed in Shelbyville has sold its facility to that is expanding.

    Borders Unlimited, which closed up shop this past summer on Pearce Industrial Road in Shelbyville, sold the nearly 4 acres it owned there to Black & Decker US Inc., which in early October received preliminary approval for state economic incentives for a $2 million expansion project.

  • New business: W. Matthew Wade, PLLC

    Address:308 Main St., Suite A, Shelbyville

     

    Who we are:Matt Wade is a Shelbyville native who went to Georgetown College, then the University of Louisville School of Law, and is now coming back to practice in his home town after gaining valuable experience with a Louisville law firm for the past four years. The bulk of his practice will be in Shelby County, but he will be going to surrounding county courts when necessary.

     

  • Veterans Day 2011: One new vet's service celebrated by family

    In Iraq today, one of Shelby County’s native sons said he would spend his first Veterans Day doing what people who serve often do – missing his family.

     “I have a wonderful wife and a handsome little boy,” said Scott Gaines, 24, a firefighter with the Shelbyville Fire Department, husband of Angel Gaines, a firefighter with the Shelby County Fire Department and the father of a toddler, Braylon Scott Gaines.

  • Duckett family offers reward

    Three years after James Duckett, 43, was brutally slain at his Shelbyville home on Nov. 9, 2008, his family is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in the case.

    No arrests have been made in the case, and police have no new leads.

    Kentucky State Police Det. Mitch Harris, who is heading up the investigation, said despite the case being three years old, the investigation is continuing.

  • Shelby County Sheriff's Reports Nov. 11, 2011

    Theft

    Amanda I. Woosley, 31, of 1231 Neelie Webb Road was arrested Oct. 16 on Taylorsville Road and charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting). She was also served with a Hopkins County warrant for failure to appear in court.

    Anthony S. Primeaux, 29, of 3675 Springfield Road in Bloomfield was arrested Oct. 15 on Taylorsville Road and charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting).

    Elizabeth A. Goodlett, 41, of 5 Fairhill Drive was arrested Oct. 19 on Taylorsville Road and charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting).

  • Gallery rings in holiday season

    This week is the official holiday opening at the Wakefield Scearce Galleries on Washington Street in Shelbyville, and shoppers and browsers alike flocked to the always highly decorated shops to see new items and share in the spirit of the season.

     

  • News briefs: Nov. 11, 2011

    Simpsonville gets

    grant for records

    The City of Simpsonville has received a $1,908 grant from the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) to preserve and manage local government records. KDLA is an agency of the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

    The grant funds will be used to transfer valuable permanent records to security microfilm.

  • Church offers an alternative plan for holiday gifts

    A local church hopes to spread goodwill this holiday season by selling Christmas gifts that are a blessing to more than just those who receive them.

    This Sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the First Presbyterian Church of Shelbyville will host its  annual Alternative Gift Market, where patrons can donate money to various local, national and international charities on behalf of friends and family on their Christmas lists.

  • Real estate deeds: Nov. 11, 2011

    Oct. 12-16

    Laura C. Ford to Laura Ford Living Trust, Tracts 1-2, Hancock Farms, $270,000

    Carmela T. and Patrick Hall to Barry and Veronique Armes, Lot 9, Spring Oak Estates, $249,900

    60/2nd Wash LLC to T&$ Car Wash LLC, Lot 31, Simpsonville, $205,000

    John M. and Sheryl S. Jones to Sheryl S. Jones, Lot 90, Hi Point Village Phase I, $167,000

    Christopher and Kelley Johnson to Justin R. Kubly, Lot 27, Long Run Farms Sec. 2., $345,000