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Today's News

  • Special speaker opens religious liberty event

    Nathaniel G. Higgs, a retired director of the Southern Union Public Affairs and Religious Liberty association, will be at the Seventh-day Adventist Church Saturday during the 11 a.m. worship hour.

    His sermon, titled "God Bless America," will kick of the church's annual Religious Liberty campaign, which runs through February.

  • Church News: Jan. 21, 2011

    Annunciation

    Homebound or hospitalized? If you know of someone who wants to see a priest or needs communion, call the parish office at 633-1547. If you have thought of becoming Catholic or have questions about the Catholic Church, you are invited to come to RCIA. Contact Diana at 647-3499.

     

    Bagdad Baptist

  • Looking Back: Jan. 21, 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.

  • Contest winner

    Abby Willgruber a seventh-grader at West Middle School, won a video contest at the office of Kentucky Attorney General. She wrote and produced a video on the "Stop of Rx abuse" in her technology class. Abby was notified last week that she was the winner of the middle school division for the contest. Her prize for winning is an iPod touch.

  • Students excel at Junior KYA

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    Delegation from Collins High School received the outstanding new delegation award at KYA. Lindy Bush of Collins is president of the premiere senate, and Jesse Harrod of Collins is newly elected president of the senate for 2011 KYA. Attending were Salvatore Migliore (front row from left), Madison Pumphrey, Lindy Bush, Precious Youngblood and Blanton Creque; and (back row) David Lee, Jesse Harrod, Ethan Trevino and Amy Dyer (sponsor).

     

     

  • EARLIER: Aqua Shores homeowner says neighbors didn't get permits

    Darrell Taylor had a beef to pick with the Triple S Planning Commission on Tuesday.

    Taylor, who lives at 831 Bass Lane, is upset that he had to pay for a permit for a deck he had built when he said his neighbors had built decks and made additions to their homes without getting, or paying for, permits.

  • SOUDER: The coming criminalization of Christianity: The Censorship of Hate

    Do you remember when “hate” meant “hate?”  When I was a kid, my sisters and I weren’t even allowed to say the word hate, especially if it pertained to another person.  Hate was considered such a strong word that it had, we were told, a very limited place in polite conversation.   
    My mother’s wisdom notwithstanding, have you noticed that during the past few years, and especially in the aftermath of the tragic shootings in Tucson, it seems everyone is talking about hate?

  • Restaurant defaced by spray paint

    The Shelbyville/Shelby County Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in locating the person who defaced a local business with spray paint.

  • Quintin Biagi Sr.: 1927 - 2011

    Quintin Biagi was a man with a vision, and to witness that, all you have to do is glance around Shelby County.

    Those who best knew Biagi, a well-known architect, who passed away Tuesday at age 83, remember his gentle, humble nature and his love for his family.

    But even those who did not know him personally have seen his contributions to the community.

  • Business Briefcase: Jan. 21, 2011

    Mount Eden author
    honored by pet groups
    Paula Sparrow of Mount Eden, author of Kentucky Living's Creature Comforts, has been awarded the 2011 Media Advocacy award from Pet Groups United, an organization representing animal welfare and rescue groups from Kentucky and southern Indiana.
    The award is given to a person who uses the media (print, television, Internet) to educate the public about animal rescue.