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Today's News

  • My Word: Polarization in our community takes many forms

    What are the polarizations that exist within our little community of Shelbyville?

    Of course we have three prominent groups—White, Black, and Latino—that commingle to make Shelbyville, well, Shelbyville.

  • Business Briefcase Jan. 15, 2010

     Red Cross looking for help

    The American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to help in emergencies. Volunteers provide transportation for disaster relief, collect blood, provide health and safety training and numerous other activities and services. There are several roles available in the Shelby and Henry County areas. Call 502-633-2486.

  • Arrest of 1 man leads to lots of loot

    Shelbyville Police made an amazing discovery recently when they arrested several people for various charges. Police discovered stolen property that, after being confiscated, nearly filled up the evidence room at the police station with flat-scre

  • Shelby Schools: A look at 2010

      The Sentinel-News: How will the school district change in 2010?

  • SCHS girls, boys win

  • Not all those in young farmers are young

    The first thing to know about the Shelby County Young Farmer's Association is that age is not a prerequisite. Gathered in a Shelby County High School classroom to share a Christmas potluck supper, the faces of the club show years of hard work outside.

    There are a handful of young faces, too, many of them second-generation members. It's the older farmers who do much of the talking.

  • Shelbyville City Council eases into 2010

    The Shelbyville City Council braved the cold and snow Thursday for its first meeting of the new year.

    The council eased into 2010 with a relatively quiet meeting.

    Attorney Mark Dean represented the members of Clubhouse Drive in the Fairway Crossing subdivision, asking the city to bring the private road into its system.

    The council will wait until the Jan. 21 meeting to make a decision, allowing Dean time to get proof that the majority of the citizens on the street are in favor of the move into the city system.

  • Beware the ice

     About 3 inches of snow delivered a white blanket to Shelby County throughout Thursday, bringing about accidents that sent at least one person to the hospital, but concerns grew late in the day that conditions were about to worsen because of overnight temperatures and strong winds.

  • The roof is up, and the store is open

    After struggling through the building process, Family Video will finally open its doors today.

    The store, located at 1733, Midland Trail, saw its roof collapse twice during construction, but now the store has a roof and is full of new videos just wanting to be rented.

    Store Manager Adam Wainwright said the Family Video stands out from the pack.

  • EARLIER: No Kill Mission spins off from Humane Society

    With a new clinic and animal sanctuary in the works, officials at the Shelby County Humane Society determined they could not devote the time needed to continue running the No Kill Mission. Although the society still supports the mission, the tim