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Today's News

  • EARLIER: Left turn lane on bypass may get green arrow

    Although the topic was not on Tuesday’s agenda Shelby County Fiscal Court, the Shelbyville Bypass continued to dominate talk, even when finished.  “People have been calling me about intersections on the [Shelbyville] Bypass,” said magistrate Allen Ruble, amid nods of agreement from others.

  • Fall fun for everyone

     

  • Sports Digest: Nov. 3, 2010

    Cross Country: SCHS' Webb, Anderson run well at Meet of Champions

    Shelby County sophomore Taylor Webb and senior Alyssa Anderson had solid showings Saturday in the Kentucky Track & Cross County Coaches Association (KTCCCA) Meet of Champions at Masterson Station Park in Lexington.

  • 'Tis the season

    The weather was mild, but the Christmas spirit still permeated the air Saturday night with the sights and sounds of the holidays.

    Several hundred people attended the 23rd Annual Celebration of Lights, and they were treated to the sounds of the holiday season, including caroling, and other holiday music from the Ye Merrie Melodius Dulciners, who played at the Main Street Antique Mall.

    Children remained on their best behavior as Father Christmas and Santa Claus both strolled about, handing out candy as they checked for naughty and nice.

  • State cross country: SCHS surprising girls, first-year Collins in State Meet

    It has been a surprising season for the Shelby County cross-country team.

    Losing its best runner - Caterina Karas - to Collins, the Rockets didn’t have much experience returning from last season other than sophomore Taylor Webb and senior Alyssa Anderson.

  • Simpsonville wants to replace aging concession stand

     The Simpsonville Parks Department wants to build a new concession stand at its softball field, and it’s developing a plan to do so.

    Parks Commissioner Cary Vowels told the Simpsonville City Commission at its meeting Tuesday night that the board is working with the Whitney M. Young Jr. Job Corps Center to get assistance in constructing a new stand.

  • Second community cleanup effort to get under way

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  • Look who’s reading -- and writing

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  • GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Building for future at SCHS

    This season will be as much about laying a foundation as it will be about the present for the Shelby County girls’ basketball team.

  • Brooks quarterbacks Titans' D

    Michael Brooks has scored 10 touchdowns this football season.

    The Collins High School junior has eight TDs as a running back and two – returns of an interception and a fumble – from his linebacker position.

    But there’s one thing that Brooks says he likes more than a touchdown – making a tackle.

    “It stops the other team from scoring,” he said. “Defense is more important than offense at this point.”