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Today's News

  • Time to hit cancel on texts

    Drivers young and old now need to think twice about pulling out their cell phones while on the commonwealth’s roads.

    Kentucky’s new texting and cell phone laws went into effect on July 1, but fines and tickets are still a few months away.

    The new law, House Bill 415, states that no driver can “write, send, or read text-based communication using a personal communication device.”

  • News Briefs: July 23, 2010

    Shelby’s unemployment rises slightly in June Shelby County’s unemployment rose slightly in June but remained below 9 percent for the second consecutive more, hitting 8.9 percent for June according to figures released Thursday by the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training. Shelby was one of only 13 counties in Kentucky whose unemployment rose in the month (up from 8.6 percent in May), but its rate still remained among the lowest n the state, trailing only Oldham (8.2) and Franklin (8.7) in the area around Louisville. Fayette and

  • SOUDER: A second look at the First Amendment

    In my last column, I brought attention to a recent Supreme Court decision in which the court upheld the University of California's Hastings College of Law’s decision to refuse to recognize officially a Christian Legal Society (CLS) chapter because CLS requires its members to adhere to a statement of faith.

  • EARLIER: All-star teams gear up for district tournaments

  • East Middle School gets new leader

    Christine Powell will take over as the new principal at East Middle School this year, Shelby County Public Schools announced.

    Powell, who lives in Lawrenceburg, comes to Shelby County from the Kentucky Department of Education, where she has been a director of secondary and virtual learning since 2008.

    "When you look at the leadership, the school system, the climate and culture, everything going on with programs and initiatives...this is a progressive district and I want to be part of that," she said in a press release.

  • EARLIER: City to get free help on 7th Street plan

    The city of Shelbyville is about to get big help for a little, or no, cost.

    The city agreed at Thursday's city council meeting to get help from City Solutions Center for a 7th Street corridor study.

  • EARLIER: Homer heroics spark 12-year-olds

    FRANKFORT – Chase Likes’ walk-off home run in the bottom of the sixth inning was the game's only run against Scott County on Wednesday and propelled the Shelby County 12-Year-Old Cal Ripken All-Stars into the district championship game tonight at 6.

    They will play the winner of Thursday’s Scott County/Frankfort elimination game and would have to be beaten twice. The winner goes to the semistate tournament in Lexington next week.

  • Business Briefcase July 16, 2010

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  • Shelbyville Police Reports July 23, 2010

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  • Shelby County, Shelbyville, Triple S to set standards for bypass development

    Shelbyville and Shelby County governments have worked hard during the past several months to try and improve the look of the major gateways into Shelbyville.

    Overlay districts that outline quality building materials standards on new construction have been placed on Mount Eden Road, Frankfort Road and Boone Station Road, ensuring that the drive into the east end of Shelbyville improves as it develops.

    Now, Triple S Planning and Zoning wants to make sure it's ready when the new Shelbyville Bypass opens around Labor Day.