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Today's News

  • I-64 closure at Simpsonville delayed until Monday

    If you’re planning to head west of Shelbyville on Interstate 64 Monday or Tuesday nights, you might need to allow a little more time.

    That shutdown of I-64 at the Simpsonville exit to allow the demolition of the Buck Creek Road (KY 1848) overpass, originally scheduled for tonight and Friday night, won’t begin until 7 p.m. Monday.

  • The road to goodness travels through Shelby County

    The road to Jericho must run through Shelby County, and we aren’t talking about that fishing hole near Smithfield.

    We’re talking about a higher road and what seems to be growing evidence that when anyone is stuck alongside one of our byways, injured, defeated and left to the fates of humankind, our residents step forward and tend to those needs in ways that transcend the beauty of simple giving.

  • A new hole for fishing

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  • Boys golf: Collins sinks Shelby

    The Shelby County and Collins boys golf teams faced off Thursday at Weissinger Hills Golf Course, where the Titans pulled off an easy victory, 161-185.

    Senior Josh Griffin and junior Conor Doyle, who each carded 3-over-par 38 for the 9-hole round, led the Titans over their former school. Tayler Adams shot a 42, and Jared Redmon and Turner Mayton finished out the varsity, turning in a pair of 43s.

  • News Briefs: Aug. 27 2010

      

    Shelby’s unemployment rises

    Shelby County’s unemployment rose by 1 percent in July, up to 9.8 percent. That’s the same as it was for July 2009.

    Shelby was one of only nine counties in Kentucky whose rates did not decline year-over-year, according to the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

  • From South Africa to Shelby

    South Africa has for years impacted the Saddlebred industry with horse and human talent, and the new Singing Hills Stable in Shelbyville is a prime example of that country’s growing influence on Shelby’s scene.

    Gene and Annalize van der Walt are the managers and part-owners of the 22-acre training and breeding operation located off Taylorsville Road, coming to Shelby County from their native homeland following an 8-year stop in Oregon.

  • Bypass completion date: Likely 2011

    Kentucky State Transportation Cabinet officials said Monday that the Shelbyville Bypass, expected to open by Labor Day, likely won’t be ready until 2011.

    Matt Bullock, chief district engineer for District 5, said that a state inspection of the bypass has revealed some major problems in its construction that will necessitate an extensive overhaul of the project, including the possibility that all the concrete on the 4.5-mile road would have to be replaced.

  • Girls soccer: Collins nips SCHS, 2-1

    The Shelby County vs. Collins rivalry continued Monday night at the Shelby County Athletic complex with a match-up between the two school’s girls’ soccer teams, and Collins won a close victory, 2-1.

    All the scoring came in the first half, with Collins getting the winner when SCHS goalie Gwen Martin saw pressure coming towards her in the box and grabbed the ball but was not able to keep her momentum and fell into the net.

  • County approves bids for Finchville, Mulberry projects

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  • EARLIER: Bypass: Signs of coming change

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