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Today's News

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 15, 2010

    Collins no longer in King of the Bluegrass

    Collins High School has been replaced by Jeffersontown in the King of the Bluegrass basketball tournament. With touted sophomore Darryl Hicks figuring to be part of the Titans' team, Collins was an early invitee to this prestigious event. But Hicks transfered to Trinity, and the school has been released from its contract. Jeffersontown, fueled by its own flow of out-of-state transfers, is expected to be a state championship contender this year.

     

     Girls golf: SCHS finishes second

  • Simpsonville woman killed in crash

    A Simpsonville woman was killed in a single-vehicle car crash Saturday morning after running off the road and hitting a tree, police say.

    Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Meadows said that Elizeth Delaluz, 21, of Simpsonville, who was alone in her car, was traveling westbound on Shelbyville Road when she ran off the road on the 4900 block, just east of Fields Lane.

  • What we think: Who are these people at Kay and Kay?

    We have heard at last from the folks at Kay and Kay Contracting. At least we think we have.

  • 7th Street corridor initiative has its first wish list

    With the east end and downtown zoning regulations nearly complete, the City of Shelbyville and Shelby County have turned their attention to the 7th Street corridor from Washington Street to the entrance of Clear Creek Park.

    On Thursday, the project got under way with the first of three public workshops aimed at converting the street into a more attractive and user-friendly area.

  • Looking Back: Sept. 10, 2010

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

     

  • First Person: Ben Axline is busy man for Titans

    Collins High School senior Ben Axline plays a big role on his team, whether it is as a slot receiver, safety or punter. One of the football stars who transferred from Shelby County, Axline has gotten off to a good start with the Titans. With a home game tonight against Elizabeth town, he talked to The Sentinel-News about the season, the team, the newfound rivalry, and his multiple roles as a senior.

  • New Business: Shelburne Pet Center LLC

    Address: 353 Kentucky Street Shelbyville

    Who we are: Owner Ashley Shelburne was a veterinary assistant for five years and had an in home pet sitting service for two years. She also serves as vice chairman for Lifebridge for Animals.

  • Suspect in 'largest bust' is at large

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  • Farm numbers growing -- including profitability

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  • Farm subsidies key issue in Shelby

    While fighting for a key seat in the U.S. Senate,  Democrat Jack Conway and Republican Rand Paul met Thursday in Louisville at the Kentucky Farm Bureau's Measure the Candidate meeting.

    Conway and Paul discussed a number of issues raised by KFB, including health care, free trade and immigration.

    John Wills, vice president of the Shelby County Farm Bureau, said he was impressed with the candidates. The forum was open only to media and state directors, but Wills watched one of the several broadcasts during the weekend.