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Today's News

  • EARLIER: Shelbyville's Antiques For You up for sale

    Connie Kelly, a fixture in the antique business in downtown Shelbyville for more than two decades,  put a sign in the window at 528 Main Street on Wednesday: She’s selling Antiques For You.

    Kelly said she wants to walk out of the door on the same day 22 years after she walked in: Oct. 21.

    “I put the sign in the window yesterday,” Kelly said Thursday morning. “I had a couple of dealers who were going to take it over, but whether they do, I’m not going to wait. I want to get on with advertising it.”

  • Business Briefcase: Aug. 26, 2011

    Coin collectors group

    in Shelby this week

    The International Coin Collectors Association will be making a stop at the Ramada Inn in Shelbyville starting Tuesday to buy and sell all forms of currency and a variety of other items for its network of collectors, dealers and refineries.

    The event, free and open to the public, will be 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 9-4 on Saturday.

  • Arts Briefs: Aug .26, 2011

    Movie day for seniors

    opens today at library

    A new Movies for Seniors program opens this after noon at Shelby County Public Library.

    True Gritwill be shown free at 1-3 p.m.

    Additional movies will be shown at the same time on Sept. 9 and 23 Oct. 7 and 21 and Nov. 4.

    Titles will be announced later. Free popcorn is available.

    Registration is requested for seating purposes only by calling 633-3803.

     

    Gathering of Authors

  • Seatons to appeal verdict in amputation case

    The attorney for Phillip Seaton, the Waddy man who lost his lawsuit against the doctor who amputated his penis, said he plans to appeal the jury’s verdict.

    After hearing three days of emotional and sometimes graphic and embarrassing testimony from a variety of witnesses, a Shelby County Circuit Court jury ruled Wednesday that Dr John Patterson, a urologist from Frankfort, had the right to amputate Seaton’s penis without discussing that surgery with him during a circumcision in 2007.

  • Family waits for decision on grandson

    A little boy who was placed in a state psychiatric hospital four months ago remains there as his guardians await a judge’s decision, officials say.

    Robin and Steve Ritter of Pleasureville said they thought they were sending their disabled grandson Dustin Splittgerber, 11, to specialized foster care for a short period of time, but then the state decided he shouldn’t return.

  • Ohio murder suspect arrested in Shelby

    An Ohio man who fled to Kentucky after an altercation that  left his roommate knifed to death has been arrested in Shelbyville.

    Police said Julio Marcos-Ribera, 34, of Columbus, Ohio, was arrested Tuesday at the Governor Square shopping center and charged with murder.

    Shelbyville Police Chief Robert Schutte said officers located Ribera after being contacted by local and federal authorities from Columbus.

    “We got a call from the FBI that they had information that led them to this area,” he said.

  • Shelby woman arrested for stealing from fundraiser

    A Shelby County woman was arrested Friday on charges of stealing money from a school fundraiser.

    Kelly B. Moon, 42, of Simpsonville was arrested Friday by Kentucky State Police Vehicle Enforcement and charged with theft by failure to make required disposition of property.

    Moon has been employed as a counselor at Middletown Elementary School since 2005, said Lauren Roberts, spokesperson for the Jefferson County School System.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports Aug. 26, 2011

    Arson

    Martin Ciprian, 23, of 118 Baker St. was arrested Aug. 23 at that address and charged with first-degree arson.

     

    Warrants

    Darrell Dewayne Taylor, 43, of 831 Bass Lane was arrested Aug. 22 on Midland Trail at Swifty gas station on a Jefferson County warrant for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence).

    Justin Tate Carrier, 30, of 2977 Lawrenceburg Road in Willisburg was arrested Aug. 24 on Main Street at 8th Street on a Shelby County warrant for criminal possession of a forged instrument.

  • Shelby County families are part of a new network of home-schooling families

    Christy Coleman decided to home school her children when she was still in high school – long before she married her husband, Micah, and became a mom.

    Part of her decision likely stems from her own academic experience: She attended a public elementary school but in middle school was switched to a private school. In high school, she returned to public education.

  • Real estate deeds: Aug. 26, 2011

    July 16-31, 2011

    Amanda W. Snider, Amanda Wills Cypert and Tommy Lee Cypert to Amanda Wills Cypert and Tommy Lee Cypert, Lot 53 Fairway Crossing Section 3, $300,000

    Jennifer F. and Kenneth L. Tapp Jr. to Jonathan A. and Abby E. Thurman, Lot 19 Station Pointe Phase I, $199,000

    Scott and Jena Baldridge to Kathy W. Jones, 5.28 acres McIntosh Farm, $283,900

    Commonwealth Bank & Trust to Amanda N. Turner, Lot 25 Farming Meadows, $88,000