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Today's News

  • Ag Report: Sept. 16, 2011

    Dairy farmer Rowlett

    touts industry to Kiwanis

     

    Terry Rowlett, a dairy farmer from Campbellsburg, told the Shelbyville Kiwanis Club last week that farmers love what they do: providing food supply for the community.

    The Rowlett family owns Rowlett Farms near Campbellsburg, Kentucky. They milk 100 cows twice a day, every day. On the 600-acre farm, corn, hay, wheat and tobacco are also raised.

  • Webb Road closed for repairs

    Webb Road will be closed beginning Thursday to install a box culvert, according to Shelby County Road Supervisor Carl Henry.

    Henry said his crews will be moving equipment in Wednesday and the work will begin the next morning.

    He said two different detours have been set up for residents who live on Webb Road. Those with addresses through 790 may use Shelbyville Road (U.S. 60), and those with from address 912 and greater may use Aiken Road (Highway 362).

  • YAH anniversary

  • Engage: Downey-Bishop

    Justin, Tyler Payton and Sean Bishop announce the engagement of their parents, Michelle Downey and Ray Bishop.

    She is the daughter of Bessie Price and the late Boyd “Shorty” Downey.

    He is the son of Jeff and Joann Gee.

    The couple is owner and operator of R&M Repair and Clean-Up and will reside in Shelbyville.

    The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. on Sept. 17, 2011, at Salem Baptist Church in Shelbyville. A reception will follow at the church.

    All friends and family are invited.

  • I'm one: Luke Douglas Heflin

    Luke Douglas Heflin celebrated his first birthday Aug. 22, 2011.

    He is the son of Eugene and Julie Heflin of Mount Washington.

    Grandparents are Wayne and Colleen Heflin of Bagdad, Jean Goodwin of Louisville and the late Mitchell Goodwin. Great-grandparents are Donnie Dye of Louisville and the late Maurice Dye.

  • I'm one: Josiah Le’Andre Thomas

    Josiah Le’Andre Thomas celebrated his first birthday Sept. 10, 2011.

    He is the son of Rochellia Thomas of Shelbyville and Juan Angles Martinez of Mexico.

    Grandparents are Patricia Thomas of Shelbyville, Pauline Martinez of Mexico and the late Robert Evans. Great-grandparents are the late Eva Thomas and the late Edna Evans.

  • Engagement: Grigsby-Cox

    Stephen and Patsy Grigsby announce the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Marie Grigsby of Shelbyville, to Michael Chad Cox of Scottsburg, Ind. He is the son of Tom and Judy Cox of Scottsburg, Ind.

    She attended Shelby County High School and now works at Clark Memorial Hospital.

    He attended Scottsburg High School and now works at LHP Software in Columbus, Ind.

    The wedding will take place at 4 p.m. Sept. 17, 2011, at Jeff Reynolds residence.

    The couple will honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico.

  • Wedding: Gallagher

    Donna and Ralph Gallagher were married Saturday, July 16, 2011, at Cross Keys Worship Center.

    Parents of the bride are Rose Barnes of Shelbyville and the late Ernest Goodlett. The groom is the son of Ralph and Mary Gallagher of Shelbyville.

    Wedding music was provided by Aaron Blakeman. Kristy Shanks and Elvie Gallagher sang "You had Me From Hello."

    Pastor George Blakeman officiated the double-ring ceremony.

    The bride was given in marriage by Danny Goodlett.

  • Collins boys win cross-country event

    The Collins boys’ cross-country team won the E.G. Plummer Invitational on Saturday in Danville.

    The Titans placed four runners in the top 21, led by junior Devon Fielding, who finished eighth in 17 minutes, 59.7 seconds.

    Tates Creek junior Adrian Lyttle won the race in 17:16.2.

  • Collins takes 2nd place, SCHS’ Mills third overall

    It was a successful Saturday for the Collins boys’ golf team and for Shelby County senior Reed Mills.

    The Titans took second-place, and Mills finished third overall at the Central Kentucky Conference Tournament at Woodford Hills Golf & Country Club in Versailles.

    Collins carded a collective 307, 15 shots behind victorious Scott County but ahead of Western Hills and Anderson County, two teams who had beaten the Titans during the regular season.