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Today's News

  • Shelbyville Horse Show Results, Aug. 4, 2010

    Class: 5-Gaited Amateur

    1. Break On Through, Bernice Cornette Living Trust, Laura Michelle Dozer-Elliot

    2. Lynn Williams, Golden Creek Farm, Mary Gaylord McClean

    3. CH Callaway's Banner Headline, Janet Kellett, Janet Kellett

    4. Don't Ask Me, Pleasant View Farm, Kelsey Price

    5. Thunderstorm Warning, Martha Pope, Lauren Pope

    Class: 3-Gaited Park Open

    1. Imperiaptor, Laurel Nelson, Mitch Clark

    2. Kalarama Shiraz, Drew Taylor Hewitt, Clark Clouse

    3. Harlem Divine, Luci Nouwens, Sam Stafford

  • 14-year-old all-stars are Babe Ruth state runners-up

    Shelby mounted rally after rally Monday night against South Lexington, but Lexington stayed one-run ahead of Shelby and stopped two bases-loaded attempts to win the East Kentucky Babe Ruth Championship, 10-9, at the Shelby County High School Sports Complex.

     

    Shelby would have had to defeat Lexington twice Monday to advance to the regional tournament.

     

    “I thought we showed a lot of heart,” Coach J.R. Wiley said. “Sometimes you just run out of innings. They had one more big hit than we did.”

     

  • Looking Back: August 6, 2010

    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.

     

  • Business Briefcase July 30, 2010

     Silgas’ Jerrolds elected

  • Local couple spreads organic message

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  • We congratulate: Sheriff's office, KSP on huge drug bust

    That was quite a drug bust out near Southville this past week.

    The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and the Kentucky State Police task force that worked together to take a million dollars worth of marijuana and thousands of dollars in ill-gotten cash out of circulation in Shelby County is most commendable.

  • Golf shop burglarized

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  • School's out for veteran teacher Jennings

    In 1966 Ernestine Jennings graduated from Shelby County High School, and now, for the second time, she's leaving the school.

    After teaching for 41 years, the first six at Shelbyville High School, and the rest at SCHS, Jennings, 61, has retired.

    "It just seemed like the right time," she said. "I've been thinking about it for a while, the first time in 2002. But then I just decided I wasn't quite ready."

  • WICHE: Bagworms are on the move, slowly

    I received a call the other day about what to do with a blue spruce covered in bagworms.

    The tree is apparently covered (and large), so hand-picking was not an option. The caller said the pest was rather large, too, so I had to recommend a systemic insecticide as the treatment.

    I prefer that we catch the bagworms earlier in the season so that we can take a biological approach but this is not always the case.

  • If this is our summer, what will August bring?

    The man calling the radio show said he was visiting Mount Hood in Oregon. It was 4:45 a.m. there, and he said the temperature was in the 50s.

    He said the high on Monday was 85, but the heat index was 70, meaning wind chill was at play, as were snowboarders and skiers who ventured to the summit of the mountain, about 12,000 feet up.