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Today's News

  • News briefs: Dec. 9, 2011

    Yum! Brands has paid no state
    income taxes for past 3 years

    The Louisville-based parent of such companies as Kentucky Fried Chicken and Taco Bell paid no net corporate income taxes to states over the past three years, even as it generated more than a billion dollars in profits for shareholders, according to a new report published in The Herald-Leader.

  • Arts Briefs: Dec. 9, 2011

    New program helps SCCT

    earns facelift for its lobby

    The Shelby County Community Theatre will get a refurbished lobby with the help of a new crowd-sourcing program to boost arts efforts.

    SCCT is the first project on the new Fund for the Arts program on the crowd-sourcing Web site, www.power2give.org, and attained the goal for its “Facelift for our Lobby” project by raising $5,063 on the first day of the Web site’s launch.

  • Church news: December 9, 2011

    Allen Chapel
    The church is located on 55 South in Finchville.

    Annunciation
    Homebound or hospitalized? If you know of someone who wants to see a priest or needs communion, please call the parish office at 633-1547. If you have thought of becoming Catholic or have questions about the Catholic church, you are invited to come to RCIA on Wednesday nights. Contact Diana at 647-3499.

  • Students visit Morehead

  • SCHS shooters do well at Trials

    Shelby County High School senior Connor Davis and junior Heather Kirby competed in the United States Olympic Team Trials for the air rifle and air pistol this past weekend at the CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) Marksmanship Center – South in Anniston, Ala.

  • Shelby schools challenge, win events meet at FAC

    The Collins girls’ swim team finished second and the Titans’ boys’ team took third, Wednesday evening in a six-team meet at the Family Activity Center at Clear Creek Park.

    Meanwhile the Shelby County boys’ and girls’ teams both finished in fifth place.

    Oldham County won the girls’ meet, and South Oldham took the boys’ meet.

    In the girls’ meet, the Colonels scored 405 points, while Collins came in second with 319. The Rockets were fifth with 265.

  • Cold shooting cools off Titans

    The Collins girls’ basketball team’s shooting stroke went south on Tuesday night.

    The Titans shot just 29.3 percent from the field on their way to their first loss of the season, 57-40, at George Rogers Clark.

    Collins trailed only 16-13 at the end of the first quarter but was outscored 19-6 in the second period after junior forward Aaliyah Wells, the team’s leading scorer and rebounder, picked up her second foul.

  • Titans enter a zone to rally past Flyers

    With his team trailing by seven points after the first quarter and at halftime, first-year Collins boys’ basketball coach Chris Gaither preached patience.

    That paid off in the second half as the Titans, by taking their time on the offensive end, rallied for a 54-51 victory over visiting Franklin County on Tuesday night. Collins (3-1) outscored the Flyers, 15-9, in the third quarter and in the fourth, 19-15, to bounce back from last weekend’s loss at North Oldham and also avenge one of their losses from last season.

  • 3-pointers bury Rockets early

    South Oldham bombarded the Shelby County boys’ basketball team Tuesday night.

    The visiting Dragons hit 19 3-pointers on their way to a 109-68 victory over the Rockets at Mike Casey Gymnasium.

    South Oldham hit 10 first-half 3-pointers as it led by 23 points at the end of the first quarter and by 38 at halftime. 

    “They shot lights out,” Shelby County Coach Rick Parsons said.

  • Victory comes early for the Rockets

    NEW CASTLE – It took until the 17th game, and the first week of February, before the Shelby County girls’ basketball team won its first game of last season.

    This season the Rockets didn’t have to wait nearly as long.

    Tuesday night Shelby County beat host Henry County, 44-35, in the Rockets’ second game of the season.

    “I’m really proud of the girls,” Shelby County Coach Mike Sowers said.