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Today's News

  • First Person: Turner rolls with undefeated tennis team

     

  • Shelbyville's budget almost flat with last year

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  • New facility plan: 4 new schools

    Shelby County’s school board recognized the area’s growing population by approving an aggressive District Facility Plan at Thursday’s meeting.

    The plan, recommended by the Local Planning Committee, features construction of four new schools along with additions at five others during the next two years.

  • News Briefs: May 21, 2010

    Guthrie opposes new tax

    U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-Bowling Green), whose district includes Shelby County, joined 154 House Republicans in sending a letter to the president’s debt commission asking the members to reject a job-killing value-added tax.  

  • EARLIER: Buckhorn to shut down in December

    In just more than two months, 88 more jobs will be lost in Shelby County.

    Buckhorn, Inc., an Akron-Ohio based plastics company that is part of Myers Industries, has announced it will be closing its doors by mid-December.

    In a letter to Mayor Tom Hardesty's office on Monday, Buckhorn Plant Manager John Patton said the permanent closing is "due to asset and product line consolidations within its businesses based on strategic goals and purposes."

  • 2nd man charged in warehouse theft

     A second person has been charged in what has been called the largest merchandise theft in the history of Shelby County.

  • Shelby County Fair 2010

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  • EARLIER: FDIC, state examine CUB

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and state banking officials have filed a cease and desist order against Citizens Union Bank of Shelbyville concerning its loan practices and financial structure.

    Charles A. Vice, commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions, said the order is a joint action by the FDIC and his department designed to keep banks from getting into serious financial difficulty.

  • EARLIER: FDIC, state examine CUB

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and state banking officials have filed a cease and desist order against Citizens Union Bank of Shelbyville concerning its loan practices and financial structure.

    Charles A. Vice, commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions, said the order is a joint action by the FDIC and his department designed to keep banks from getting into serious financial difficulty.

  • EARLIER: CUB officials cite ‘problem loans’

    Officials at Citizens Union Bank say “problem loans” are the primary reason their bank is the focus of an examination by state and federal banking regulators.

    CUB has been under a “consent order” from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions since January because of its loan practices and financial structure.