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Today's News

  • Edward Burton Cook: 1909-2012

    On Monday, many in the community will gather to say goodbye to a man much loved in Shelby County for more than a century.

    Edward Burton Cook, 102, died Thursday, leaving behind a loving family and his extended church family at Burks Branch Baptist.

    “He was our oldest member, and up until just a few years ago, you would never imagine he was that old,” said his minister, Billy Betts, who will preach Cook’s eulogy at Shannon Funeral Home.

  • Shelbyville is going to say good-bye to its famous Pink Lady

    She’s a beauty, a 1966 Ford Mustang in Playboy Pink, dubbed the Pink Lady, for obvious reasons.

    She once roamed the streets of sunny California and was picked up in Utah by owners Mike and Gloria Bazan, who brought her home to Shelbyville nearly two decades ago and lovingly restored her until she was, well, in the pink.

    She’s a winner of many awards and has been featured in numerous magazine articles and photographs, including the pages of this newspaper at least twice.

    Indeed, the Pink Lady causes quite a stir wherever she goes.

  • Scholl to present vocal recital

    Olivia Nicole Scholl, Shelby County High School senior, will present a senior voice recital at 6 p.m. Sunday at Highland Baptist Church in Shelbyville. The public is invited to attend.  The program will consist of selections by Felix Mendelssohn, Claude Debussy and Leonard Bernstein as well as several pieces from Broadway musicals.

    Scholl, a soprano, is a member of Shelby Singers, Blast and Sequins Show Choir, Treble and Chamber Singers under the direction of  Courtney Richardson, and she studies voice and piano with Lynne McReynolds Chenault. 

  • Simpsonville may add property on Buck Creek

    If a proposal given preliminary OK by the Simpsonville City Commission on Wednesday moves forward, the city soon will become a bit larger.

    Responding to a request by a representative from Trio Realty Co., city commissioners approved on first reading an ordinance that that would annex 82.356 acres south of Interstate 64. The second and final reading would be heard Feb. 7.

  • Shelby County tourism commission wants delegate from Simpsonville

    Simpsonville now has a full-fledged delegate on the county’s tourism commission.

    Katie Fussenegger, executive director of the Shelbyville/Shelby County Visitors Bureau, told the city commission at its meeting Wednesday that it was time the city had an appointee on the tourism commission, joining three positions each held by delegates from Shelby County Fiscal Court and Shelbyville City Council.

  • Ag Report: Jan. 20, 2012

    St. Matthews, Meade, Woodford

    rated state’s top farmers’ markets

    The St. Matthews Farmers’ Market, located in the heart of St Matthews at Beargrass Christian Church, 4100 Shelbyville Road, was named the Urban Market winner of the Ag Credit AgGenius Awards for the Kentucky Farmers’ Market of the Year Contest 2011at the 2012 Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference and Trade Show in Lexington last week.

  • WICHE: Winter perennials have summer-like foliage

    Most people would say that there is not much going on in the garden during the winter months. I beg to differ.

    There are dozens of plants out there doing something interesting. Some are just showing their pretty bark or their sculptural quality bare of leaves.

    Others are just beginning to emerge and will be blooming soon. And others just have some crazy quality that allows their foliage to look as fresh and clean as a spring garden despite the fact it is winter in Kentuckiana.

  • Smith-Berry Winery wins big at San Francisco event

    NEW CASTLE – Smith-Berry Vineyard and Winery in New Castle recently swept the 2012 San Francisco Chroniclewine competition, earning a silver medal for the Single Barrel Select American Oak and a bronze medal for the 2007 Zinfandel, as well as a bronze medal for the 2008 Kentucky Cabernet Sauvignon.

  • Woody: Jan. 20, 2012

    This is this is the ninth in a series of literacy enhancement articles that appear biweekly in The Sentinel-News.

     

    Chloe convinced me not to dial 911. "Our computer, television and furniture are all here," Chloe pointed out. "Remember what Mom said about not jumping to conclusions before gathering all the facts."

  • Court report: January 18, 2012

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge Donna Dutton:

    Duggie William Brice, possession of marijuana and first-offense DUI – guilty – operator's license suspended for 30 days and $878 fine and costs.

    Adam Clay C. Childs, drug paraphernalia – buy/possess and third-degree possession of controlled substance – drug unspecified – guilty – $644 fine and costs.

    Chelsi L. Coghill, drug paraphernalia – buy/possess – diversion completed – dismissed.