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Today's News

  • SOUDER: A dramatic change of circumstances

    “The angel said to the women, ‘Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said.’” (Matthew 28:5-6)

    Several years ago, the following letter was reportedly sent to a resident of Greenville County, S.C.: “Your food stamps will be stopped, effective March 1992, because we received notice that you passed away. May God bless you. You may reapply if your circumstances change.”

  • News briefs: April 6, 2012

    Shelby students advance

    in state history competition

    Six students from Shelby County were winners in the Kentucky Junior Historical Society 2012 Kentucky History Day District 3 contest at the University of Louisville and advance to the state competition on April 28 in Frankfort.

    Nine schools, three counties and 70 students participated. The top three students in each category received a medal, while all finishers in the top five received recognition and will advance to the state competition.

  • Pleasureville resident to commission: Stop ‘Springer show’

    PLEASUREVILLE – Pleasureville City Commissioner Pam Bramblett was in the hot seat Monday night as residents and volunteer fire fighters released their frustration over recent meetings and letters to the editor.

    Former commission member Becky Edmondson opened the meeting with statements about recent meetings, coverage of those meetings and letters to the editor.

  • Move to the music

    Bodies were in motion and nutritious snacks were prepared and eaten by moms and students at Clear Creek Elementary during the “Healthy Choices with Mom” event. The Shelby County Extension Office provided nutritious food and recipes to be made and eaten by those attending while Jamie Shiver provided Zumba moves in the gym, where Bryana Hutchinson, Laura Vidourek and Manuel Sangabriel followed the instructions.

  • Focus on careers

  • On campus: April 6, 2012

    Distinguished scholar
    Brianna Ellis received the honor of a 2012 distinguished scholar from Bellarmine University. She is a senior at Shelby County High School and the daughter of Lauri Ellis and William Harvey of Shelbyville.

     

  • My very own book

    Christian Olvera Lopez, Lynden Ellis and Takyra McElroy hold books received by students in the Shelby County Public Schools Preschool Program, purchased through a grant received from The King’s Daughters and Sons Foundation of Kentucky Inc. Sarahbeth Farabee of the family resource center for preschool received the $1,000 grant to buy books for children to take home as part of a literacy-building program. The current grant will support 3 years’ worth of new books purchases.

  • Looking Back: April 6, 2012

    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News andThe Sentinel-News.You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

  • Andriot will play at Xavier

    Collins junior Walker Andriot, one of the top boys’ soccer players in the state, has committed to play collegiately at Xavier University.

    Andriot was a first-team all-state selection by the Kentucky High School Soccer Coaches Association this past season. He had a team-high eight goals – including a hat trick in the season-opener against Shelby County – and three assists for the Titans, who went 11-7-2, finishing as the 16th District runners-up before losing to Ballard, 3-2, in the first round of the 8th Region Tournament.

  • Titans’ boys, Rockets’ girls win close ones

    The Collins boys’ and Shelby County girls’ eked out narrow victories at the Rockets’ All-Comers track & field meet Tuesday.

    The Titans edged host Shelby County, 116-109, in the boys’ meet, and the Rockets slipped by Collins, 87-84, in the girls’ meet.

    “We did pretty well [with] both teams,” Collins Coach Jerry Lucas said. “We are getting better each week. I know it's been difficult on them at times without a track to workout on, but we are proud of the kids and the effort they give every meet.”