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Today's News

  • Red, White and BBQ

  • Some hot tips on your fireworks use

    Shelby County will get 4th of July celebrations started Wednesday morning with a parade in Mount Eden and then end the holiday with fireworks that evening at Clear Creek Park, but others will opt to celebrate at home.

    However, remember to use some common sense and make sure you’re following the local ordinances.

  • A piece of fiction that makes you proud of the fact

    Maybe this happens in your profession or in some aspect of your life: a moment when you want to stand up before the world and say how proud you are of what you do.

    That’s how I feel today – oddly not because of some magnanimous piece of journalism but because of an hour or two of pure fiction.

  • What we think: Health-care law deserves its chance

    Thursday was perhaps the most important day this century for Americans. The Supreme Court’s affirmation of President Obama’s sweeping health-care reform will have far-reaching impacts on all our lives, possibly even helping to save some of them.

    But we believe history will tell us that the days – even the hours – following that momentous announcement will prove even more significant.

  • We congratulate: The new hope for Addison Miles

    What wonderful news for little Addison Miles and her family.

    Their months of anxiety and fear have been answered by a match from an individual who may be able to provide a life-sustaining bone marrow transplant for Addison in her deadly battle against a form of leukemia.

    There was a very real fear that Addison would not see her first birthday because of the difficulty in finding a match for a transplant.

  • News briefs: July 3, 2012

    KentuckyOne Health names new president for Jewish network

     

    Jewish Hospital Shelbyville has a new person in charge in Louisville.

    Valinda Rutledge has been named by KentuckyOne Health as its market leader for Louisville and president of Jewish Hospital, which includes oversight of Jewish Hospital Shelbyville as well as various other Jewish properties.

    JHS spokesperson Holly Husband said that JHS President/CEO Michael Collins remains in charge in Shelbyville, albeit with a new boss.

  • Building a new image

    Last week Trina Thompson was eating 26 eggs a day.

    Yes, a day.

    No she didn’t lose a bet. Thompson was in training. This weekend the Shelbyville bodybuilder hopes that preparation pays off in her first professional competition.

    Thompson will participate in the women’s pro physique division of the IFBB (International Federation of BodyBuilders) Wings of Strength Chicago Pro-Am. 


    “I’m scared to death,” she said last week.

  • Shelby man faces meth charges

    TAYLORSVILLE – A Shelby County man facing methamphetamine-related charges will have his case heard by a Spencer County grand jury.

    Eric D. Adams, 37, of Bonnie Brae Drive in Shelby County appeared in Spencer District Court on June 22 for a preliminary hearing, and his case was waived to the grand jury.

    Adams is charged with manufacturing methamphetamine – first offense, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) – first offense, and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia.

  • Post 37 handles, tough weather, tough competition

    The Shelbyville American Legion Post 37 baseball team won two games and lost two against some tough competition in Paducah at the end of last week.

    Shelbyville clobbered Cape Girardeau, Mo., 12-3, last Thursday in its first game in the Polk Brooks Tournament then lost a close game to Decatur, Ala., 5-3, Friday evening, before bouncing back to blank Paducah, 8-0, later that night. Vero Beach, Fla., then shut out Shelbyville, 4-0, Saturday to end Post 37’s weekend.

  • Cal Ripken 9-year-olds qualify for state tourney

    The Shelby County 9-year-old Cal Ripken All-Stars won the District 2 Tournament this past weekend.

    Shelby County beat host Scott County in a pair of games: 14-0 on Friday night and 9-4 Saturday morning. That earned Shelby County a spot in the state tournament, which begins next week in Lexington.