Today's News

  • SHS 1956 reunion

    The Shelbyville High School 1956 class 55th reunion was July 16. Attending were (front row from left) Julia Hopkins Nikolich, Nancy Willard Harrod, Jane Puckett Anderson, Frances Frye Ramey, Doris Melear Satterly, Mary Campbell Cole; (back row) George Best, Susan Williams Cox, Lewis Mathis, Bill Clements, Mary Alice Rowlette Hammond, Wanda Kemper Perkins, Clay Byrnside, Lyland Green Gray, Russell “Shug” Hickman, Scottye Jennings.

  • Wedding: Hanna

    Victoria Louise Evans of Simpsonville and Preston Hanna of Shelbyville were married March 19, 2011 at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church in Simpsonville.

    Parents of the bride are John and Sandra Evans of Simpsonville. The groom is the son of Mark and Cheri Hanna of Shelbyville.

    Everything for me,” by Keith Urban, was played during the bride’s entrance. “Are you going to kiss me or not” was as the bride and groom exited.

    Bro. Bill Taylor officiated the double-ring ceremony.

  • Wedding: Quire

    Elizabeth C. Barber and Charles D. Quire were married June 30, 2011 at Pleasant View United Methodist Church.

    Parent of the bride is Jim Barber of New Albany, Ind. The groom is the son of Lori Quire of Bagdad.

    John Underwood officiated the ceremony.

    The bride was given in marriage by her son, Dylan Pendleton.

    Honor attendant was Samantha Sandlin of Georgetown, Ind.

    Best man was Raymond Pendleton of Georgetown, Ind.

    The couple will reside in Pleasureville.

  • 100th birthday: Edna Devers

    Edna Black Devers will celebrate her 100th birthday this weekend at the Masonic Home Shelbyville. Devers, who was born and has lived her entire life in Shelby County, will have a reception from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Sunday in the Garden Café. Friends are welcome. Devers has three children, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and was recently recognized by Governor Steve Beshear with the Kentucky Colonel award.

  • Court report: July 20, 2011

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge Guy Hart:

    Ortiz Ezequiel De Paz, resident fishing without a license/permit - plead guilty - $169 fine and costs.

    Marcolus D. Farris, resident fishing without a license/permit - plead guilty - $169 fine and costs.

    Wilma S. Hensley, theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting - plead guilty - $344 fine and costs.

    Patricia A. Lawless, drinking alcoholic beverage in public place - plead guilty - $169 fine and costs.

  • 2 Sharks swim with the best

    A pair of Sharks held their own against some of the best swimmers in this section of the United States this past weekend.

    Sydney Sell and Collin Kessinger, both of whom swim from the United States Swimming Shelby Sharks, fared well in the 2011 Speedo Champions Series Eastern Section of the Southern Zone meet this past weekend in Gabrielsen Natatorium at the University of Georgia in Athens, Ga.

  • Brown wins third event of the season

    Brandon Brown continues to ride his recent wave of success.

    The Shelbyville native captured his third NGA/Hooters Pro Tour event of the season, the fourth of his four-year career, this past weekend. His final-round 4-under par 68 Sunday gave him a five-shot victory in the Cutter Creek Golf Classic presented by Pepsi at Snow Hill, N.C.

    The Shelby County graduate finished with a four-day total of an 18-under-par 270 (71-63-68-68) to take home a check for $28,000.

  • Oldest All-star squad falls in Lexington

    The Shelby County 15-year-old Babe Ruth All-Stars went 1-2 in the 2011 East Kentucky State Tournament this past weekend.

    The boys lost their opening game 12-2 to Russell County on Thursday night at Shillito Park in Lexington, then picked up a forfeit victory over Owen County on Friday before falling to Frankfort 9-1 Saturday morning.

    In its opening game Shelby County led 2-0 after the top of the second inning when Russell exploded for 12 runs in the final three innings.

  • Shelby just short of title game

    The Shelby County 14-year-old Babe Ruth All-Stars lost their first game in the 2011 East Kentucky State Tournament but bounced back to win their next two games before being eliminated in the losers’ bracket final Monday night.

    Shelby lost its first game of the tournament 5-1 to District 4 champ Southeastern on Saturday at Southwestern High School in Somerset.

  • Shelby bounces back from opening loss to stay alive

    The Shelby County 13-year-old Babe Ruth All-Stars lost a tough game to start the 2011 East Kentucky State Tournament, but bounced back for a victory to stay alive this past weekend.

    Shelby fell 9-8 to District 4 runner-up Southeastern on Saturday evening at Pulaski County High School in Somerset, but rebounded to beat District 5’s Russell County 11-5 Sunday. They played Bath County last night in a consolation bracket semifinal game.