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Today's News

  • County concerned about rash of street sign thefts

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  • Rash of fires last week spark concern by fire departments

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  • Rogers, Hamilton buy bowling alley

    Bluegrass Bowling Center has new owners, but they're not sure if anyone will be rolling strikes anytime soon.

    Real estate magnate Larry Rogers and developer Donald Hamilton purchased the building on Midland Trail about two weeks ago at the Master Commissioners sale, but they haven't decided what to do with it yet.

  • EARLIER: Regional cross country: Karas goes wire to wire

    BUCKNER – Caterina Karas had a strategy going into the Class AA, Region 3 cross country meet.

    If she was feeling good, Karas, a junior at Collins High School, was going to go out fast.

    The plan worked to perfection.

    Karas broke out early, built an insurmountable lead on the 5,000-meter course at Oldham County High School and cruised to victory Saturday.

  • New Business: The Empty Closet LLC

    Address: 171 Alpine Drive, Shelbyville

  • A very Deere relationship

    You see John Deere tractors around everywhere. From horse farms to tobacco farms and cornfields to front lawns, and that's certainly the way the company wants it to be.

     

    The John Deere Company has worked very hard at product placement and making sure that the right people have the right information.

     

  • Shelbyville Police Reports Nov. 12, 2010

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    Wanton Endangerment

     

  • Business Briefcase Nov. 5, 2010

      

    Walls honored by Dominoes

    Matthew Walls, the son of Janey and Gary Walls of Shelbyville, was awarded with the prestigious Domino’s Pizza Reppy Award presented to team members recognized as driving the business.

  • EARLIER: Class AAAA playoffs: Titans take care of business, 56-6

    Friday night it was all about TCB for the Collins High School football team.

     

    Taking care of business.

     

    The Titans beat Breckinridge County, 56-6, in the first round of the Class AAAA state playoffs in a game that was more of a formality than anything else.

     

    “This is just one more step to the state championship,” senior receiver/defensive back Tavis Elzy said afterward. “We came out and did what we needed to do to get ready for next week.”

     

  • CITY COUNCIL: Newcomer Page knocks out Best

    The Shelbyville City Council will look almost the same with five of six members returning, but the voting was quite different than in years past. Jon Swindler, 13 percent, and newcomer Frank Page, 12 percent, were the first and third vote getters in the race among nine for the top six spots. Joining them were incumbent Donna Eaton, the second top vote getter with 12.6 percent, and (in order) incumbents Alan Matthews (11.8), Mike Zoeller (11.3) and Shane Suttor (10.7). George Best, 10.1 percent, was the lone incumbent council member not elected, and h