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Today's News

  • Saddle Seat World Cup coming to Shelby

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  • First Person: Dale Armistead favors possession soccer

    Dale Armistead, 38, is the new boys' soccer coach at SCHS. He's originally from St. Louis and has lived for the past several years in Owensboro. Armistead, who was hired to coach in May, possibly will teach in the Shelby County school system, or he may help his wife, Lucy, open a Shelbyville office of All Blessings International.

    Armistead has five children: Gabby, 15, Kyler, 13, David, 12, Lainey, 10, and Declan, 8.

  • Money available from emergency cooling fund almost gone

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  • News briefs: July 21, 2010

     Vigo Road closed tonight

  • New park to be called Shelby Trails

    The county’s newest park has a name.

    Roger and Diane Shott of Anchorage, who have donated more than 400 acres they own on Aiken Road for that park, have christened the place “Shelby Trails.”

    Shelby County Parks and Recreation Director Clay Cottongim gave that news to Shelby County Fiscal Court during its meeting Tuesday night, and then he asked for money.

  • New park to be called Shelby Trails

    The county’s newest park has a name.

    Roger and Diane Shott of Anchorage, who have donated more than 400 acres they own on Aiken Road for that park, have christened the place “Shelby Trails.”

    Shelby County Parks and Recreation Director Clay Cottongim gave that news to Shelby County Fiscal Court during its meeting Tuesday night, and then he asked for money.

  • EARLIER: 2 Shelby all-star teams win openers

    Shelby County’s all-stars won their first-round game of the East Kentucky 9-year-old Cal Ripken State Tournament at Clear Creek Park on Wednesday night with a 4-inning mercy victory, 10-0, over Jackson County.

  • EARLIER: Bowling center remains open

    The Bluegrass Bowling Center is still very much open, and its owners really don’t know when it might close.

    Owner Pam Kiser said this week that she wanted to be sure the public knew her bowling alley on Midland Trail was still rolling along.

    You may recall that last month the center went up for sale as Republic Bank began foreclosure. The bank had told Kiser and her husband, Mike. they would be closing in 30 days.

  • EARLIER: Cal Ripken All-Stars: 4 teams still alive

    All four of Shelby County’s Cal Ripken baseball teams advance to the state tournaments this past weekend.

    The 11- and 12-year-old all-stars won their district tournaments and advanced to the East Division State Tournament this week.

    The 10-year-old all-stars were second, losing to Scott County, 19-1, in the championship, but because Scott County is hosting the 10-year-old state tournament, Shelby County advances as the District 8 representative.

    That team plays at 8 p.m. today at Suffoletta Park in Georgetown.

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  • Casey named to UK’s hall-of-fame

    Shelby County High School basketball legend Mike Casey will be inducted in the University of Kentucky Hall of Fame this fall, nearly 40 years after he played his final game in an illustrious career for the Wildcats.

    Family members were notified last week in a phone call from UK Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart, and UK made its official announcement of the 2010 class of inductees on Monday.