Today's News

  • Organizers say Shelby County Omnium is first of its kind

    Bicyclists will be all over Shelby County this weekend.

    That’s thanks to a new and unique event that will be held here Saturday and Sunday.

  • Tipton (6 RBIs) tips scales of game

    Tyler Tipton’s big night at the plate helped the Shelbyville Post 37 American Legion baseball team make quick work of host Scott County on Tuesday.

    Tipton went 3-for-4 with six runs batted in to lead Shelbyville to an 11-0, 5-inning victory

  • Looking for a go-to No. 2

    Aaliyah Wells and Leeara Cardwell have been like the LeBron James and Dwyane Wade or Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook (depending on your NBA Finals preference) for the Collins girls’ basketball team during the past two seasons.

    Cardwell, however, graduated earlier this month, leaving a big void on the Titans’ next squad.

  • SCHS girls host basketball event

    Shelby County will host a girls’ basketball team shootout Monday-Wednesday. It will be played in the school’s auxiliary gym and at East Middle because Mike Casey Gymnasium is being painted.

    The complete schedule is below. All games are varsity unless otherwise noted.

  • Sports Bulletin Board: June 15, 2012

    Green Raiders Jr. Golf League

  • Squire Boone Day fundraiser Saturday at Clear Creek Park

    The Squire Boone Committee is taking the next step in trying to raise the money for a statue to be placed at the eastern entrance to the city of Shelbyville.

    The committee will celebrate Squire Boone Day on Saturday at the Clear Creek Park amphitheater and Col. Sanders Pavilion.

    The daylong event will begin at 10:30 a.m., with a proclamation from Shelbyville Mayor Tom Hardesty to establish the first Squire Boone Day, and entertainment will go throughout the day and into the night.

  • News briefs, June 15, 2012

    Bone marrow registration

    drive for Adisson Miles

    A bone marrow donation registration drive will be held Sunday to try to find a match for 7-month-oild Addison Miles.

    She’s the daughter of Daniel and Rachel Miles of Finchville, and she needs a transplant to overcome her battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. So far, a match has not been found.

    The registration event will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Shelby Christian Church.

  • Ellis wins dance competition

    Megan Ellis competed in the Rainbow Regional dance competition in Franklin, Ind. She performed a jazz solo to "Someone Like You" by Adelle. She not only won double platinum and first in her age division but also won first overall in the competition among all solo categories. The choreographer of this routine is Micca Watts-Gordon, who, with assistant Amber Burgin, run thru Dazzlers studio in Shelbyville.

  • Governor’s School for Arts students

    Three students from Shelby County have been selected for to participate in the Governor’s School for the Arts, which for 25 years has provided hands-on arts opportunities for the state’s talented high school students who are dancers, actors, instrumental and vocal musicians, creative writers, future architects or visual artists.


  • Amos attends summer orientation

    Heather Amos of Shelby County High School attended a recent summer orientation session for incoming freshmen at Eastern Kentucky University. Amos plans to major in music education.