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Today's News

  • Some cool visits in the winter

    The Short-Eared Owl has always been a winter resident of Kentucky, but beginning in the late 1980s, this species was found nesting on a large reclaimed mine site in Ohio and Muhlenberg Counties.

    This 15-inch long bird, with a 38-inch wingspan, often can be observed in a Central Kentucky on open land at dusk and dawn and is our most aerial owl. You will notice them flying back and forth, hunting over pastures, hayfields and other grassy or weedy areas and have a habit of hovering.

  • Collins sweeps basketball doubleheader

    The Collins basketball teams swept a girl-boy doubleheader from cross-town rival Shelby County on Friday night at Mike Casey Gymnasium.  

    The Titans girls' team topped the Rockets 51-18 behind 16 points from junior forward Aaliyah Wells.

    Meanwhile the Collins boys' squad rallied back from a 1-point halftime deficit to beat Shelby County 82-65.

    Junior forward Dez Marshall led the Titans with 22 points, while senior center Brian Stone added 20.

  • Red Ribbon week

    East Middle School Missiles formed the shape of a red ribbon loop in support of Red Ribbon Week. This photograph was taken by Principal Christine Powell and Assistant Principal Myron Montgomery, who were high above in the bucket of a fire truck. "The kids loved it! It made them proud to be drug and alcohol free!" said Jaime Kayrouz, student assistance counselor.

  • Memorial moment

  • Honor rolls: Cornerstone Christian Academy

    Term 1

    First grade

    George Edwards, Kayla Robertaccio, Katy Jo Self, Kevin Gomez, Gracie Roberts, Kenneth Baker, David Bates, Jude Taylor, Ayden Morris

    All A’s: Marissa Weaver, Leon Jordan, Lizzie Sorrell, Isaiah Rock, Xavier Jones, Miranda Shepherd.

     

    Second grade

    Nathan Tucker, Elaina Moody, Ava Spellman, Paul Welch, Zac Whitt

    All A’s: Zoe Maxwell, Maggie Burke, Zach Szuba, Ryan Lee, Alex Wright, Jack Gibson

     

  • ‘Bean’ me up

  • Holiday Datebook: December 2, 2011

    Holiday gathering

  • Looking Back: December 2, 2011

    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

     

  • AARP Driver Safety Program

  • Colonels are still the king of the region

    Oldham County should be the 8th Region favorite considering the Colonels return two players, probably their top two, from a team that shelled Spencer County by 20 points (70-50) in last year’s regional final before losing to George Rogers Clark in the first round of the Sweet Sixteen. Oldham’s biggest competition could come from county-rival, North Oldham and its standout senior center Devon Rowan, or Collins, which beat the Colonels during the summer.

     

    ANDERSON COUNTY

    Coach:Glen Drury.