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Today's News

  • New business: Cecil & Associates Eyecare

    Address: 500 Taylorsville Road, Shelbyville, in Walmart

  • EARLIER: Eastern 49, SCHS 6: Eagles too big, too fast

    MIDDLETOWN – Eastern High School’s football team jumped out to a 21-0 first-quarter lead Thursday night and handed visiting Shelby County its seventh consecutive loss in a 49-6 final.

    The Class 6A Eagles (4-2) scored on their first three possessions as the Class 4A Rockets (0-7) couldn’t contain the 1-2 punch of senior wingback Jon Davis, who scored three touchdowns, and junior quarterback Tanner Evans, who threw for three TDs.

  • SPD sergeant graduates from supervisor training

     

    Shelbyville Police Department Sgt. Bruce W. Gentry was among law enforcement officers from 16 agencies across the commonwealth to be recognized recently at a graduation ceremony at Eastern Kentucky University.

    The officers completed the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training Academy of Police Supervision in August.

  • Falling in love with Finchville

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  • WICHE: Hold off on fertilization for now

    Our current weather conditions demand that we rethink some of our fall chores. Fall lawn and tree fertilization should come later this year then normal because of the drought conditions.

    An application of high nitrogen now would only burn up what little green grass you may have and force trees to work more then they should under stressful conditions.

  • Throng crowds Career Day at fairgrounds

    A sea of white could be seen Wednesday and Thursday at the fairgrounds as thousands wearing construction helmets scurried about doing everything from building a stone wall to working on electrical displays.

  • Custody battle has Shelby ties

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  • News Briefs: Oct. 1, 2010

    Hardesty honored by KLC

    Shelbyville Mayor Tom Hardesty was among 40 city officials recognized by the Kentucky League of Cities for their ongoing commitment to continuing education on local governance issues. Hardesty received the gold level award in the Public Officials Essential Skills Institute (POESI) from KLC. The City of Shelbyville is a member of KLC.

  • Shelby's big presence felt in WEG's grand opening

    The Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games kicked off its 16-day run at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington Saturday night, and members of Shelby County’s equine community were prominently on display in the opening ceremonies.

    The kickoff event, which lasted more than three hours, attracted a crowd of more than 20,000 and appearances from such Kentucky-related personalities as Muhammad Ali, University of Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari, actor William Shatner and singer Wynonna Judd, among many oth

  • Equestrian Lakes expansion wins narrow approval

    Equestrian Lakes again dominated the Triple S Planning Commission meeting this month, but on Tuesday the subdivision got a favorable vote, barely.

    After the vote was tabled at the Aug. 17 meeting, this week the developers came back with written notification from County Road Supervisor Carl Henry that about 1 mile of road, from the subdivision to Buck Creek Road, will get shoulders, likely this fall.