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Today's News

  • Datebook: May 6, 2011

    Public meetings
    Shelbyville-Shelby County Parks Board meeting is 7 p.m. Tuesday in the FAC Conference Room
    The Shelbyville Historic District Commission will meet 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at 627 Main Street, in the Shelbyville Welcome/Heritage Center.

  • Teacher Appreciation Week

    The principal and students decorated the walkway with chalk on Sunday night for the teachers at Painted Stone in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. The theme was "a walk of fame."

  • SCHS announces 'Student/Citizen of the Month' for March

  • Key high school dates

    Shelby County High School

    May 31 - Senior final exams periods 2, 4, 6

    May 31 - Senior awards night 6:30 pm SCHS Theatre

    June 1 - Senior final exams periods 3, 5, 7

    June 2 - Senior final exam period 1

    June 3 - Senior breakfast 8:30 am SCHS Cafeteria; graduation practice in gym following breakfast; (receive cap and gown after practice)

  • Honor rolls: Painted Stone Elementary

    Third nine weeks

    Third grade

    Akayriya Boyd, Zachary Creque, Garret Johnson, Emily McGrady, Rayah Ross, Johnny, Velasquez, Andrew Willgruber, Jeffrey Criag, Jr., Dayion McKnight, Grace Melton, Christian Morales, Jorge Nava, Harley Tinney, Kenia Alvares, Bianca Galicia, Ehtan Gerber, Hannah Holland, Warren Jackson, Makenzie Maggard, Susie Perez, Darien Sheets, Irma Avila, Jaxson Boles, Jacoby Evans, Andrew Lee, Jovanna Montes, Jackson Peyton, Dafne Rios, Maitland Robinson

  • Georgetown College awards
  • On campus: May 6, 2011

    Shaw honored at Georgetown

    Taylor Shaw was named to the dean's list for the fall semester of 2010 at Georgetown College. The list is composted of students who have earned a term grade-point average of 3.7 or above. Shaw was accepted as a lifetime member of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society. She also plays outfield on the school's softball team.

     

    Moss on Bellarmine dean's list

  • Allen chosen to attend national affairs summit

    Shelby County High School sophomore Shawn Allen has been accepted to the Conference on National Affairs that is held over a 5-day period in the Black Mountains of North Carolina.

    Allen said the process for CONA this time was "scary" since about 95 applied for the 25 slots.

  • Little guy to big man

    Austen Anderson has grown up a lot in his four seasons with the Shelby County baseball program.

    Both in his frame and his game.

    Four years ago Anderson entered the Rockets' program as a pint-sized freshman.

    "I came in about five-(foot-)one, maybe ninety-five pounds – I was really, really small," Anderson recently recalled.

    Some three years later Anderson has grown up (now around 5-10, 150) and grown into one of the vital members of the team, as the Rockets’ starting center fielder and captain.

  • Schreiner draws big-school eyes

    Shelby County junior Eric Schreiner’s performance in the 13th East-West Roundball Basketball Classic back in April has earned him some attention from some big-time colleges.

    Rockets Coach Rick Parsons said he has received calls from West Virginia, Illinois and Northwestern asking about the 6-foot sharp-shooting guard, who hit 18 of 22 3-pointers in three games over the two-day tournament in Louisville on his way to being named to the 10-member all-tournament team.

    Northwestern, in fact, will come in town to see Schreiner on Tuesday morning.