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Today's News

  • Looking Back: June 18, 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.

  • Maggie's Bistro closes

    Maggie's Bistro, the 2-year-old incarnation of a longtime downtown Shelbyville eatery, is closed. Owner Embry Herrick and his daughter, Maggie, who ran the restaurant, said the slumping economy and other problems had forced them to close, but the actual shutdown came this week, quicker even than they had expected.

    For more on the story, see Friday's Sentinel-News. 

  • EARLIER: Bowling center for sale

    Bluegrass Bowling Center, Shelbyville’s latest incarnation of a bowling alley, may be down to its last frame.

    The center, which Mike and Pam Kiser and their family have operated for nearly 10.5 years, is for sale under foreclosure from Republic Bank.

    Pam Kiser said they quietly have been trying to sell for the past eight months but now they have 30 days to sell or see the facility closed. Officials at Republic had no comment on the procedure.

  • WICHE: Fire blight in ornamental pears

    This past winter we cut down a handful of old apple trees in the orchard because they were so diseased from fire blight. Two large White House ornamental pears and a few crabapples are slated for removal, as well.

    I have noticed additional cases around town that brings us to the question, what is causing so much die-back in ornamental and orchard tress?

  • Business Briefcase June 11, 2010

    Smith launches community connection

    Torrey Smith Realty in Shelbyville has launched a new Community Connection program, which will feature a local nonprofit agency on his agency’s Web site and then donate $100 for each house sold in that month to the agency. On Wednesday Smith presented a check for $1,100 to Judy Roberts, director of Operation Care, the featured agency for May. Smith’s agency sold 11 homes.

  • News Briefs: June 16, 2010

     Shelby has 17 governor’s scholars

  • Shelbyville Police Reports June 18, 2010

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  • EARLIER: End of an Era

     Everyone knew the end would finally come. And everyone associated with the Anderson County-Shelby County high school athletic rivalry knew it would happen on the baseball or softball diamond.

    But few could have imagined the end being a series of exclamation points instead of a period.

    And after Shelby outlasted Anderson 10-9 last Thursday, some on both sides lamented the end of the rivalry as it stands now.

  • Taking a walk on the wild side

     As a boy Paul Huber worked in his family’s tractor store in Shelbyville.

  • EARLIER: Top 2 grads are no surprise

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