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Today's News

  • Police Reports 07-01-2011

    Traffic

     

    Lorenzo Lopez, 38, of unknown address was arrested June 27 on Midland Trail and charged with no operator’s license and failure to maintain required insurance, first offense.

    Charles A. Evans, 23, of 122 Goodman Ave. in Shelbyville was arrested June 26 on Kentucky Street and charged with operating on a suspended operator’s license, no insurance and expired registration.

  • Court report July 1, 2011

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge Linda Armstrong:

    Jose Ronmer Galo, no operator's/moped license and failure to register transfer of motor vehicle – pleaded guilty – 90-day sentence, serve 10 days, balance probated for two years and $493 fine and costs.

    Bruce A. Gambrell, second-offense DUI – pleaded guilty – 14 days home incarceration program, operator's license suspended for 12 months and $878 fine and costs.

  • Shelby photographer builds international image

    Jessica Vogel has been taking photographs of people and places in Shelby County for nearly two decades, and she increasingly is making a name for herself internationally.

    Vogel, owner and operator of Shelby Studio for 18 years, was honored last month by the Professional Photographers Association with a Platinum Photographer of the Year award, the third time she has been honored by the group.

    But this one was a little more special.

  • Looking Back: July 1, 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.

     

  • Church News

    Annunciation

    If you know of someone who wants to see a priest or needs communion, call the parish office at 633-1547.

     

    Bagdad Baptist

  • Business Briefcase: July 1, 2011

    Shuck promoted at DOC

    Jeremy Shuck, a native and resident of Pleasureville, has been promoted to the position of information systems supervisor at the Kentucky Department of Corrections. Shuck, a 6-year veteran of the department, will supervise a staff of three in managing the networks that connect the central DOC office with the Probation and Parole office.

  • Is your estate plan still in good standing?

    You have an estate plan. You probably even remember creating it – making the decisions and pulling together the documents was probably a time-consuming and tedious effort. The initial process of creating an estate plan can be so painful and involved that people may avoid reviewing it again for years.

    But your estate plan does not exist in a vacuum. Life events such as marriage, separation, divorce, births, deaths, relocations and tax law changes all impact your estate planning needs.

  • EARLIER: Shelby County sheriff investigating dog-shooting incident

    The Shelby County Sheriff’s office has launched a formal investigation into the actions of a deputy who shot and killed a family pet while he was responding to a burglar alarm.

    The Sentinel-Newsalso has learned from several sources familiar with the shooting that the deputy in question is Brian Miller and that Miller remains on active duty during the investigation, which so far has included at least two new interviews with witnesses.

  • Fair attendance up despite foul weather

    Although they do not have official results from ticket sales, Shelby County Fair officials say they are pleased with how this year’s fair went over, despite the havoc that the weather played with the event.

    Jeff Hagerman, the fair board’s secretary and treasurer, said that even though official figures aren’t in yet, the event has not taken in quite money as much as last year.

    But he is not displeased with that, he says, saying that two nights of the fair were rained out almost completely, and rain dampened attendance on one other day.

  • Ag Report: July 1, 2011

    Shelby gets state ag grant

    for dead livestock removal

    The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board approved $7,500 at its monthly meeting in support of a Deceased Farm Animal Removal Program in Shelby County, fulfilling a request by Shelby County Fiscal Court.

    The program was established as an interim measure to facilitate the coordination of environmentally sound and cost-effective disposal of deceased livestock for Kentucky’s producers.