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Today's News

  • Famous old farm gets famous new owners

    Moving from England to set up shop in Shelby County’s historic Saddlebred industry makes perfect sense to the owners of Monnington Farm near Simpsonville.

    Weary from overseas travel to compete on the Kentucky circuit and feeling the need to be closer to the action, trainer Lionel Ferreira and his wife, Georgia Bulmer Ferreira, in early May opened their new public stable on the grounds of the original Crabtree Farms located off Colt Run Road, just west of Simpsonville.

  • Wind-battered Shelby trying to recover

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  • Do the houses that built you still live inside you?

    You may have heard country singer Miranda Lambert describe in her sweet and twangy voice the story of “The House That Built Me.”

    She tells of knocking on the door of the home where she grew up and explaining to the person who answers about how she learned life in the building’s nooks and crannies and yard, where she learned music and buried her dog.

  • EARLIER: SOUDER: You’ve come a long way, baby

    Because we celebrated the 234th birthday of our country this week, I thought it an appropriate time to look back at the kind of nation our Founding Fathers set out to establish compared to where we are today.

  • For some Shelby Countianseethis game trumps them all

    It seems as if there is a bridge game every day of the week in Shelby County.

    There is the Second Monday of the Month Bridge Club that used to meet on Wednesdays.

    Then on Tuesdays and Fridays, there are Beginner Bridge players who want a more relaxed atmosphere and meet at the Family Activity Center at Clear Creek Park.

    Another Tuesday group meets weekly at Kate’s Catering.

  • Long John Silver’s wants a bigger boat

    The Triple S Planning and Zoning Commission will see quite an increase on the agenda at Tuesday’s meeting.

     

    After two meetings with one or two item agendas, the commission will hear six subdivision plats and one development plan along with two bond releases.

     

    Executive Director Ryan Libke said he’s not sure why the increase this month.

     

    “It just comes in spurts,” he said. “I’m sure every person on there has a different reason on why they’re coming in now.”

     

  • Shepherd expands presence in Shelby

    Even as new employment numbers show some improvement around the state, Shelby County has seen a shift in some businesses that has caused some mostly positive news. Shepherd Communications, which is based in Lexington, has moved into a new facility in the Hi Point Industrial Park and is looking to expand. Shelby County Industrial & Development Foundation Executive Director Libby Adams said the company is looking to hire about 30 employees. “They have rented our building at Hi Point,” Adams said.

  • Heat wave intensifies

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  • State of emergency declared in Shelby
  • Legion set for district tournament

    Shelbyville Post 37 came away with one win in the Western Kentucky University Tournament, but according to coach Jim Wiley, playing the best baseball of the year.

    Shelbyville (11-9) was 1-3 on the weekend, beating Midland, Ohio and losing to Nashville and the Bowling Green Dirtbags (twice).

    “We were in every game and had a chance to win the game but couldn’t stop their hitters,” Wiley said. “They were all good teams. I feel like we’re a better team than we were a week ago by playing that competition.”