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Today's News

  • Wedding: Rutledge

    Suzanne Casper Scott and Gregory Lee Rutledge were married on March 7, 2011, in the bride's hometown, Lexington. The couple share three children, Mathew Gregory Rutledge, Melinda Ann Claypool and Eleanor Anna Rose Scott. The couple and children reside in Shelbyville.

  • On campus: Georgetown

  • April events: Collins High School

    April 29 - Army Jr. ROTC awards 5-7 p.m. auditorium

    April 30 - Army Jr. ROTC military ball 5-11:30 p.m.

  • SCHS student wins history award

    Ethan Russell of Shelby County High School won a first-place citation in the Kentucky Historical Society's 2011 Kentucky History Day district six contest in Frankfort.

    Russell won in senior individual performance for "Paving the Way for a Gold Standard."

    The theme for this year's contest is "Debate and Diplomacy in History: Successes, Failures and Consequences."

    Winners advance to the state contest April 30 in Frankfort. The top three students in each category received a medal.

  • Dancin' at Wright

  • Shelby schools dominate technology competition

    Shelby County schools dominate at the Kentucky Technology Student Association State Conference on March 17-19

    Shelby County and Collins high schools placed first in eight events, second in 10 and third in five. Shelby County Public Schools swept a couple of events, taking first, second and third.

    Eight Shelby County students are eligible to go to the International Technology Student Association Conference to represent Kentucky this summer in Dallas.

     

  • Sports Bulletin Board, April 15, 2011

    Shelbyville golf scramble

  • This little bird likes the wide-open spaces

    The Horned Lark lives in the open country, never a forest.

    As a matter of fact, a clod or stone is favorite perch, and these birds are rarely seen in a shrub or a tree.

    This bird may be observed the year around, and it tends to abound in flocks in the winter, again always in open country.

    Also drive with caution at night on open country roads whenever snow covers the land, because they will tend to roost at night on the cleared roads.

  • Bowling may not make it in the county next year

    Earlier this week the Kentucky High School Athletic Association approved bowling as a championship sport for the 2011-12, but you may not find teams at Shelby County and Collins next year.

    That’s because there doesn’t appear to be the excitement, or more importantly, the facilities (at least at this point) for either school to have a team.

  • SCHS softball team wins 2nd game

    The Shelby County softball team won its second game of the season Wednesday, beating host Eminence, 7-1.

    The Rockets also lost a district game, falling to Spencer County, 10-1.

    Against Eminence, junior pitcher Danielle DeSilvey gave up just two hits, while striking out 11, and helped her own cause by going 3-for-4 at the plate with one RBI to lead the Rockets (2-7, 1-1) to a 30th District victory over the Warriors (4-1, 0-1).