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Today's News

  • Patients in Shelby now down to 1 MRI option

    Jewish Hospital Shelbyville already has started making changes at its Stonecrest Diagnostic Imaging, formally known as Diagnostic Imaging Shelbyville.

    On Wednesday, just two days after a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine was installed at the hospital to replace a 5-year-old one that had broken, workers removed the MRI from Stonecrest to  transfer it to another facility owned by Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s Healthcare.

  • SCHS captures academic district

    The split to two high schools hasn’t impaired the ability of Shelby County’s academic teams.

    Shelby County High School won the Governor’s Cup district competition on Jan. 29 at Henry County High School with two first-place team finishes and four individual top finishes, and Collins added another individual first-place finish.

  • A new place to get closer to nature

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  • Business Briefcase: Feb. 11, 2011

    American Founders Bank

    names Miller as marketing officer

    Andrew Miller has been named marketing officer at American Founder’s Bank. He will be responsible for AFB's marketing and communications, including advertising, corporate sponsorships and donations.

  • New Business: Erin R. Ratliff, PLLC

    Address: 310 Main St., Shelbyville

    Who we are: Erin Ratliff is the owner of Erin R. Ratliff, PLLC. Before opening this business in November, she worked for almost three years for Dutton & Salyers, PLLC. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisville in 2004 and her juris doctor from UofL’s Brandeis School of Law in 2007.

  • Craig to go to court next Friday

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    A long-time employee of Tracy’s Home Furnishings in Shelbyville charged with stealing thousands of dollars from her employer will be heading back to court Friday.

  • Woman poisoned by gas improving

    A Shelby County woman hospitalized for two weeks  after being overcome by carbon monoxide, is beginning to show signs of recovery.

    Jennifer Lewis, 35, who was discovered unconscious along with four family members at her home on Beech Street in the Meadowbrook subdivision on Jan. 27, remains unconscious at Jewish Hospital Louisville, Shelby County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Rice said, but family members are expressing more hope in recent days.

  • Animal groups unite for fund raising event

    The groups that support animal care in Shelby County are getting together Saturday for their first joint fundraiser, and those animals may be getting a big boost.

    Only a handful of tickets remain for Monarchs, Mutts and Meows at Claudia Sanders Dinner House, which will benefit five groups that support the no-kill efforts in Shelby County.

  • Trial for Spencer County judge executive moved to Shelby

    The DUI trial of former Spencer County Judge-Executive David Jenkins has been moved from Spencer to Shelby County and is set for April 21.

    Jenkins was arrested April 10, 2009, when Kentucky State Police pulled him over on KY. 155 near Elk Creek in Spencer County and charged him with speeding, no proof of insurance and DUI.

    In November, Special Judge Jerry Crosby II ordered the case moved to Shelby County because he didn’t think the case could be argued fairly in Spencer.

  • New York-bound play to stop in Shelby

    A play based on one of the country’s great tragedies and bound for the famed stages of New York City will make a weekend stop in Shelbyville later this month.

    Fabric, Flames, and Fervor: Girls of the Triangle,scheduled to open at the Manhattan Theatre Source in March, will have a 7-show run at the Shelby County Community Theatre, starting Feb. 24.