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Today's News

  • 50th anniversary: Wanda L. Crisp Slone and Crandell L. Slone Sr.

    Wanda L. Crisp Slone and Crandell L. Slone Sr. of Shelbyville, formerly of Allen, celebrated their golden anniversary on Dec. 2, 2011, with a barbecue buffet at the Stratton Community Center, drawing family and friends from Woodbridge, Va., Raleigh N.C., Eastern Kentucky, Northern Kentucky and surrounding counties.

    Crandell Slone retired from his duties as a Kentucky State Police trooper in April 1991 after more than 23 years and in November 2001 from his duties as a KSP civilian-certified license examiner in Louisville.

  • 65th anniversary: Gene and Virginia Yeager

    Gene and Virginia Yeager celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Dec. 7, 2011.

    They were married on Dec. 7, 1946, at the home of the Rev. Jack Curry in Louisville.

    The Yeagers are long-time Shelby County residents, having lived in and around Shelby County for their entire marriage. He was a dairy and tobacco farmer and an employee of Southern of States. In addition to raising three children, she worked as a store and restaurant clerk in several Shelby County locations.

  • 65th anniversary: Gene and Virginia Yeager

    Gene and Virginia Yeager celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Dec. 7, 2011.

    They were married on Dec. 7, 1946, at the home of the Rev. Jack Curry in Louisville.

    The Yeagers are long-time Shelby County residents, having lived in and around Shelby County for their entire marriage. He was a dairy and tobacco farmer and an employee of Southern of States. In addition to raising three children, she worked as a store and restaurant clerk in several Shelby County locations.

  • Christmas dinner and awards night at the park

    The Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks & Recreation held its annual board Christmas dinner and awards night on Dec. 13.

  • Titans struggle with turnovers, but Brian Stone sparks turnaround

    The Collins boys’ basketball team had a rough start to Christmas vacation but rebounded for back-to-back victories.

    The Titans lost three consecutive games – at Covington Holy Cross on Dec. 17 then back-to-back games to Spring Hill (Tenn.) and Doss last Tuesday and Wednesday in the Citizens First Holiday Classic at Bowling Green.

    However Collins bounced back to win its final two games in Bowling Green, beating Silver Thorne (Canada), 73-38, and Owensboro, 62-50, last Wednesday.

  • ‘Most disappointing’ loss for Rockets

    The second and fourth quarters were troublesome for the Shelby County boys’ basketball team in the third-place game of the Capital City Invitational in Frankfort.

    Henry County outscored the Rockets, 50-34, in those periods on its way to an 85-73 victory last Thursday night in the Western Hills’ tournament.

    “It was probably the most disappointing game I’ve had since I’ve been at Shelby County,” Coach Rick Parsons said.

  • Rockets finish year on winning note

    The Shelby County girls’ basketball team closed out the calendar year in style.

    The Rockets won their second consecutive game and fifth of the young season, beating Moore, 49-39, last Thursday in the third-place game of Waggener’s Lady Cats Holiday Invitational.

    “Overall, I'd say it was our best effort to date,” said Shelby County Coach Mike Sowers, whose team is off until it hosts Spencer County on Tuesday. “We played a very complete game, especially on the defensive end.”

  • EARLIER: Questions about merger involving JHS lingering

    While citizens and hospital personnel alike wait for a decision from Gov. Steve Beshear on whether to allow the proposed merger among Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare – the parent of Jewish Hospital Shelbyville – University Hospital in Louisville and Lexington-based St. Joseph Health System, which is owned by Catholic Health Initiatives of Denver, much of the debate has surrounded the changes that would occur at UofL’s hospital.

  • Legislature 2012: Shelby faces big changes in districts

    With the release of the U.S. census last year, states across the nation are reworking congressional and state legislative and judicial boundaries.

    Each state is charged with redrawing those lines every 10 years to coincide with the federal mandate and population growth.

  • The greatest story ever reported

    And in the same country, two editors were keeping track over the newsroom by night.

    And, lo, an angel of the Lord came before them, and the glory of the Lord shown round about them.

    But they weren’t afraid, because they knew this was Fred, a neighbor in St. Peter’s Loving Arms Apartments.

    “I have glad tidings of great joy,” he said. “Which shall be unto all people.”

    They shook their heads.