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Today's News

  • Matthews’ company, Biagi team for new book

    William E. Matthews, who has been in the publishing business in Shelbyville for decades, is joining forces with photographer Greg Biagi to produce a new photographic book that he hopes will bridge history for Shelby Countians.

    Matthews, who owns the publishing company Historic Kentucky, said that his company and Biagi, who owns Greg Biagi Photos, are producing a full-color, hardcover book with the working title of Shelby County Today.

  • EARLIER: State police seize records at car lot

    Kentucky State Police troopers converged on Ethington Auto Sales on Midland Trail in Shelbyville on Thursday morning to execute a search warrant for company records.

    Troopers collected paper and computers from the dealership in an investigation of whether titles were being filed for owners of vehicles bought and sold at the dealership.a

  • Real estate deeds: April 1, 2011

    Gary and Gina Horton to Christina H. Fry, Lot 22 Osprey Cover Sec. 1, $134,000

    Brian A. and Lori J. Siktberg to James M. and Kathy Poole Housley and Housley Living Trust, Lot 96 Todds Station Phase 2, $166,500

    Dale E. and Stacey Sanford to Dale E and Stacey W. Sanford, Lot 91 Weissinger Estates Sec. 3, $245,000

    David T. and Debbie L. Weakly to David T. and Debbie L. Weakly, Lot 44 Meadow Run, $1 and considerations

    JT. Holdings LLC to American Founders Bank, Lot 3 Farming Meadows, $1 and considerations

  • KSP troopers seize records at Ethington Motors

    Kentucky State Police troopers converged on Ethington Auto Sales on Midland Trail in Shelbyville on Thursday morning to execute a search warrant for company records.
    Troopers collected paper and computers from the dealership in an investigation of whether titles were being filed for owners of vehicles bought and sold at the dealership.

  • When it’s best to try organic sources

    Over the years there has been a great debate over organic versus non-organic foods.  Do you really need to go organic… or… is it just a waste of money?  
    The Environmental Working Group (www.ewg.org) is a nonprofit organization that advocates in Washington D.C. for policies that protect global and individual health. Among the many valuable services they provide is a shoppers' guide to pesticides in produce.

  • WLKY, Kroger holding Amazing Race tryouts tonight

    If you've ever wanted to fight your way around the world, you'll have a chance to earn a spot tonight when you can receive help making tapes for submission to The Amazing Race from 6-8 at the Kroger Marketplace store on Boone Station Road.

    Staffers from WLKY-Channel 32, Louisville's CBS affiliate, will help contestants make tapes at the store this evening, and lines started forming early.

  • WICHE: Early blooms not just forsythia

    True to most springs in Kentuckiana, one day is sunny and warm, the next cloudy and cold.
    It’s an anxious time of the year for most gardeners as we watch the sun coax open a little patch of crocus or we catch sight of an old landscape filled with waves of blooming white snow drops.
    Must we wait for the forsythia to bloom as we pray for warmth?
    No, there are plenty of other early bloomers to keep us happily occupied until spring truly arrives.

  • MY WORD: Let's get our government's attention

    Could someone please explain to me what is going on in this country? America has got it backwards. It is not the people who offer only their opinion and sit behind a desk and make decisions that make this country great. It is the people who have produced everything you see and use that make this country great.

  • MY WORD: New academic policies at confict

    The graduating class of Collins High School learned this week that all graduates will be seated in alphabetical order, breaking the longstanding Shelby County tradition of honoring the top-ranked graduates by seating them on the front rows at graduation. I am writing to lament the way our schools have watered down the recognition of students who excel in academics.

  • News Briefs: March 30, 2011

    Coleman to be honored
    for diversity efforts

    Former Shelby County resident Rev. Louis Coleman, a civil rights activist who also was director of the Justice Resource Center, will be honored in May with the Arthur M. Walters Champion of Diversity Award by the Louisville Urban League.