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Today's News

  • EARLIER: Shelby County says no to further input on zoning decision

    A crowd of about 30 showed up at the Stratton Center on Tuesday night to see how county officials would handle a proposed zone change for Kentucky Street.

    But those residents left the Shelby County Fiscal Court meeting without getting a chance to voice their opinions about a proposed zone change that would allow a scrap metal business to locate next to Red Orchard Park on Kentucky Street.

  • 9-11: Heroism shown on Sept. 11 unites Shelby County's emergency workers

    No one has ever forgotten the terrible loss of American life 10 years ago at the hands of terrorists.

    Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong called it one of the worst days in our nation’s history.

    Now, a decade after al-Qaida terrorists killed 3,000 people in four separate attacks in New York City, the Pentagon, and Pennsylvania, as the nation prepares to honor its dead on Sunday, many are reflecting upon the changes that terrible day has wrought on our society.

    In Shelby County, the answer is clear.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports Sept. 9, 2011

    DUI

     

    Oscar Carballo, 25, of 7961 SW 20th St. in Miami was arrested Sept. 4 on KY 53 and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense and speeding.

     

    No Operator’s License

     

    Ruiz Rodrigo Pineda, 19, of an unknown address in Campbellsburg was arrested Sept. 3 at Midland Trail and Mack Walters Road and charged with no operator’s license.

  • Chamber event back for an encore

    Taste & Tunes will be offering up the top eats and the beats of Shelby County on Monday, the 25th year of such an event.

    This fundraiser for the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce will be held for the second time under a new name and format at the Shelby County Fairgrounds, with gates opening and food ready at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 with children 10 and under free with a donation to the Backpack program.

  • Business Briefcase: Sept. 9, 2011

    Shelby child-care centers

    participate in USDA program

    Two Shelby County child-care centers are participating in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program, which is administered by the Kentucky Department of Education.

    Dorman Preschool Center and Shelby Community Day Care on Mount Eden Road both have registered as participants in the program, which provides meals for qualifying children.

  • New Business: The Polka Dotted Pineapple Consignment Boutique

    Address: 536 Main St., Shelbyville.

     

  • SOUDER: Messages of 9-11 should not be forgotten

    There are some days you don’t forget. Your first kiss. The day you got your driver’s license. Your wedding day. The birth of your child. These days are important personal milestones in our lives, and most of us can remember not just the events, but the feelings and emotions that accompanied them.

    There are some days Americans don’t forget. July 4, 1776. The Alamo (OK, that one isn’t a day, but you get the idea). Pearl Harbor. When John F. Kennedy or Martin Luther King, Jr. were shot. These dates have been burned into our national psyche.

  • Real estate deeds: Sept. 9, 2011

    Aug. 1-22

    Catherine Margaret Roberts Estate, Marvin B. and Betty Sue Coles, Walter Lynn and Rubie Roberts, Grady N. and Mary Lou Yeary to Kim Volk, 8.78 acres on Frankfort Road, $40,700

    Catherine Margaret Roberts Estate, Marvin B. and Betty Sue Coles, Walter Lynn and Rubie Roberts, Grady N. and Mary Lou Yeary to Jerry W. and Patricia L. Pulliam, 6.633 acres on Graefenburg Road, $23,100

    Jimmy R. Adams to Robert E. and Laquitta J. Fugate, Lot 59, Block 1 Trailwood Lakes, $1,000

  • Shelby County winners at Kentucky State Fair: Sept. 9, 2011

    Winners as posted on Kentuckystatefair.org by Aug. 7, 2011

    Beef cattle

    Angus

    Early Sr Heifer Calves Sept 1 and Oct 31, 2010

     

     

    3. 3rdKY, Kost Bade Blackbird 1054, Andrew Glass, Waddy

     

     

    Jr. Yearling Bulls Jan - Feb 2010

     

    1. 1stKY, MS Forward Progress, Phil Tripp, Shelbyville

     

     

  • Ag producers can apply for CAIP grants

    Phase I of the Shelby County Community Agriculture Investment Program is under way.

    Agricultural producers in the county may submit applications for grants between Sept. 26 and Oct. 7 through the Shelby County Extension Office.

    Tammy Brookshier of the Shelby County Cattlemen and the extension office is coordinator for the program, and she says applications are available now at the extension office, which is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at 1117 Frankfort Road in Shelbyville.