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Today's News

  • Ethingtons clean up some junk but not all of it

    Ethington Auto Sales has made progress in removing junked vehicles from its property on Midland Trail by its March 1 deadline, but the company continues to violate zoning regulations.

    Triple S Planning and Zoning issued letters in December, January and February warning that fines could be levied if the areas were not cleaned up dozens of junked cars, and Triple S Executive Director Ryan Libke said owner Donnie Ethington has asked for a 30-day extension because of the weather.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports: March 5, 2010

    Burglary

    Pamela G. Corona, 44, of 85 N. Shelby House in Shelbyville was arrested March 2 at 303 Main Street and charged with second-degree burglary.

     No operator’s license

  • Business Briefcase Feb, 26, 2010

     Webb named RE/MAX top 10

  • Snow forecasts: How deep will it get?

    Longtime Shelby Countians tell the story often and with the time-granted ability to smile and even chuckle:

    One night in January 1994, they went to bed after hearing that Shelby County would see snow flurries over night.

    They awakened the next morning to 17 inches. That was 16 years ago Saturday.

  • Rockets draw North Oldham

    Shelby County will play North Oldham in the first round of the 8th Region Tournament on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Henry County High School.

  • Crabtree receives lifetime award

    Redd Crabtree, the second generation of one of the American Saddlebred industry’s patriarch families, is known for the horses he breeds and trains, but his contributions to the industry don’t stop there.

    And on Saturday night in Lexington, the American Saddlebred Horse Association recognized those contributions by presenting Crabtree with its highest honor: a lifetime achievement award.

  • WICHIE: Pepe la Pew wasn’t so far from the real thing

    Remember Pepe la Pew, the cartoon skunk?

    Pepe would follow the lovely black feline Penelope Pussycat, who, in some episodes painted a white stripe on her back to escape dog harassment and in others she accidentally scooted under a newly painted white fence. In any case Pepe was a persistent suitor.

  • JCTC dedicates room to Industrial Foundation

    When the idea of putting a campus for the Jefferson Community and Technical College in Shelby County came along 10 years ago, location was a key issue.

    But the Shelby Industrial and Development Foundation put an end to that concern - acquiring acreage next to Shelby County High School that wasn't even for sale - and the school had its new home.

    On Monday, JCTC officials said thanks to the foundation, unveiling a plaque that dedicated the school's community room in its honor.

  • Lady Rockets draw South Oldham

    The Lady Rockets drew South Oldham in the first round of the 8th Region Tournament. The game will be Monday at 6 p.m. at Simon Kenton.

    Shelby defeated South Oldham 50-47 on Dec. 4.

  • Ag concerns growing quickly for students

    The concern about changes about the agriculture program and classes planned for Shelby County and Collins High Schools next year brought a large group to last week’s school board meeting and a detailed My Word piece from two SCHS students that ran in Wednesday’s Sentinel-News.