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Today's News

  • Business Briefcase: Sept. 16, 2011

    New Happy Meal items

    to debut in Shelby County

    Shelby County is among the first markets to receive McDonald’s redesigned Happy Meal after stores in Shelbyville participated as a test-market for the nation-wide launch, which began in 2010.

  • EARLIER: Popular concept for bridge: Use it for pedestrians, cyclists

    Shelby County magistrates got some advice Tuesday about what they might do with Who DA Thot It Bridge, the historic but crumbling structure whose fate they will decide next week.

    They listened to residents’ feelings about permanently closing the bridge during a public hearing Stratton Center, and about 20 people who live in the vicinity of the bridge showed up to tell them know what they thought.

  • Zone change decision delayed

    Those who are anxiously awaiting the final decision on a controversial zone change for Kentucky Street now will have to wait until October.

    The matter was to have been put on the Sept. 20th agenda of the Shelby County Fiscal Court but had to be postponed because the matter had not been submitted to the newspaper in time, Shelby County Judge-Executive Rob Rothenburger said.

    “As a result, that item will not be on the September twentieth agenda, but will be on for October fourth, to give us time to advertise it in the newspaper,” he said.

  • Shelby County Sheriff's Reports Sept. 16, 2011

    Domestic Violence

     

    Amanda Ethington, 29, of 385 Jail Hill Road in Shelbyville was arrested Aug. 31 at that address and charged with fourth-degree assault with minor injury and menacing.

     

    Other

     

    Shannon W. Hirchert, 42, of 2016 Cherry Ridge Court in La Grange was arrested Aug. 3 on 5th Street and charged with first-degree sexual abuse and distribution of obscene matter to minors, first offense.

  • Court report: Sept. 14, 2011

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge Donna Dutton:

    Tamica Berry, theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting – guilty – 3-day sentence and $144 costs.

    Cesar C. Jaimes, first-offense DUI, no operator's/moped license and first-offense failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance – guilty – 20-day sentence concurrent with another sentence, operator's license suspended for 30 days and $1,228 fine and costs.

  • Building Permits: Sept. 16, 2011

    Leon Gill, 1620 Greenland Park Circle, structure, 144 square feet, $2,000

    Dorman Center, 205 Ninth Street, shelter, 240 square feet, $900

    James Lowe, 1027 Station Pointe lane, addition to home, 180 square feet, $9,400

    Robbie Bureck, Mulberry Pike, house, 5,087 square feet, $200,000

    Donald Hamilton Inc., 36 Smithfield Road, house, 3,710 square feet, $150,000

    Michael Harmon, 139 Ardmore Lane, storage building, 540 square feet, $7,000

    Fielding and Ann Hodgkin, 857 Bob Rodgers Road, add to home, 192 square feet, $30,000

  • Real estate deeds: Sept. 16, 2011

    Aug. 22-Sept. 1125

    Denisa Robinson to Carroll L. Witten III Lot 109 Rolling Ridge Phase 4 Section 3, $160,000

    Morequity Inc. to John R. and Sue A. Davis, Lots 3A and 4A Meadowbrook No. 1, $63,000

    Presequity LLC to John A. and Brandy Michelle Collins, Tract 1 Proctor Farm, $114,500

    Carolyn Slayton Knox to Eric R. and Carla I. Bond, Lot 22 Hillcrest, $79,063

  • Shelby County winners at Kentucky State Fair: Sept. 16, 2011

    This completes the list of results posted on kystatefair.org

    4-H results

    Horticulture

     

    Dish Gardens (desert or tropical)

     

     

    Red, Destiny McDonald, Mount Eden, 4-HShelby

     

    Class 568 Annual Container Gardens

     

     

    Red, Breanna Lyons, Waddy, 4-HShelby

     

     

  • Ag Report: Sept. 16, 2011

    Dairy farmer Rowlett

    touts industry to Kiwanis

     

    Terry Rowlett, a dairy farmer from Campbellsburg, told the Shelbyville Kiwanis Club last week that farmers love what they do: providing food supply for the community.

    The Rowlett family owns Rowlett Farms near Campbellsburg, Kentucky. They milk 100 cows twice a day, every day. On the 600-acre farm, corn, hay, wheat and tobacco are also raised.

  • Webb Road closed for repairs

    Webb Road will be closed beginning Thursday to install a box culvert, according to Shelby County Road Supervisor Carl Henry.

    Henry said his crews will be moving equipment in Wednesday and the work will begin the next morning.

    He said two different detours have been set up for residents who live on Webb Road. Those with addresses through 790 may use Shelbyville Road (U.S. 60), and those with from address 912 and greater may use Aiken Road (Highway 362).