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Today's News

  • Finalist in Kentucky pre-teen pageant

    Jessica Buckler, daughter of John and Patricia Buckler of Shelbyville, was selected as a finalist in the Pre-Teen Kentucky Scholarship and Recognition program held July 1-3 at the Hyatt Regency in Lexington. State finalists will be evaluated on academic achievement, volunteer service to the community, school honors and activities, development of personal skills and abilities, general knowledge, communicative ability and on-state acknowledgement of accomplishments.

  • Court report: June 8, 2011

  • Church news: July 8, 2011

    Allen Chapel United Methodist

    The church will celebrate its 135th church anniversary during the 9:30 a.m. Sunday service.

     

    Annunciation

    If you know of someone who wants to see a priest or needs communion, call the parish office at 633-1547.

     

    Bagdad Baptist

    You can find information about Angel Food and other ministries by visiting www.bagdadbaptist.com.

     

    Bethel A.M.E.

  • NASCAR in Kentucky: Speedway, fans ready to roll

    This weekend's Quaker State 400, Kentucky’s first big-time NASCAR race, has fans across the commonwealth quaking with excitement, but has it resonated outside of the I-71 corridor?

    The bulk of the action is centered on Sparta and Gallatin County where the Kentucky Speedway is located, and then stretching about 40 miles north to Cincinnati and 60 miles south to Louisville, but once you get away from the interstate, the roar of the engines and the fans are a bit quieter.

  • Job growth ticking up in Shelby County

    Signs are pointing to a rebound in the local economy as more than 600 jobs have been added to Shelby County industrial base this year.

    "Yes, I do think we're on a rebound," said Bobby Hudson, president of the Shelby County Industrial Foundation. "Things are looking up for Shelby County anyway, and really across the state things are looking up, too. People are feeling real good right now."

  • Retail food prices jump 2.2 percent

    As retail food prices climbed 2.2 percent during the second quarter of the year, consumers in Shelbyville are budgeting their grocery lists and sticking to them.

    According to the Marketbasket Survey conducted quarterly by the Kentucky Farm Bureau, these latest numbers established a new high in the market survey that has been around for four decades.

  • Christian concert to rock Clear Creek Park

    Mount Pleasant Baptist Church member Tom Hopkins wants to try to bring young people together to hear the Christian message.

    So his church, located in Todds Point, and WXLN-FM (93.3) are co-hosting the “Revelation Celebration for Christ” concert at the Clear Creek Park amphitheater on Saturday.

    He said the first band would begin at 4 p.m., and the concert will conclude at approximately 8 p.m. WXLN has been advertising the event for about four weeks about three times a day.

  • EARLIER: Armstrong: Deputy not disciplined

    An investigation by Shelby County Sheriff Mike Armstrong has concluded that Deputy Brian Miller, who shot and killed a family’s dog while investigating a tripped burglar alarm, would not be disciplined for his actions.

    On Wednesday Armstrong delivered 19 pages of investigative documents to The Sentinel-News in response to the newspaper’s request under the Federal Freedom of Information Action.

  • New judicial center set for Sept. 1 opening

    Before the leaves begin to turn red and gold in a couple of months, a Shelby County landmark, now in the autumn of its life, will move gracefully into its next phase of life.

    That’s when all court personnel will move from the nearly 100-year-old courthouse to the Shelby County Judicial Center, set to open in September.

    That was the estimated completion date for the project in January, and Shelby County Deputy Judge-Executive Rusty Newton said he fully expects that date to be met.

  • New business: The Pennyman

    ADDRESS:802 Washington Street, Suite 3, Shelbyville.

     

    WHO WE ARE: The Pennyman is the joint venture of three sisters, Nancy Johnson Winters, Khris Johnson Basham and Judi Johnson Nigh, living in or around Shelbyville who prepared for three years to open their business. Their considerations were a downtown location, reasonable costs and a door wide enough to easily move furniture in and out. The store is located in the lower level of the former Operation Care building, and its door opens to 8th Street.