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  • Shelbyville Police Reports

    DUI

    Victor M. Roldan-Hernandez, 41, of 25 Midland Boulevard in Shelbyville was arrested Dec. 20 at Kentucky Street and Nora Avenue and charged with DUI, no operator’s license, no insurance, no registration, fourth-degree domestic assault, second-degree wanton endangerment.

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  • Santa finds helpers in Shelby

    Santa’s workshop is at its busiest this time of the year.

    Braving the frigid cold of the North Pole, the big jolly guy and his elves are checking their lists – twice – to make sure all the toys are built and reindeer fully trained for Santa’s annual departure to chimneys near and far.

    With all that work to do, Santa often sends his helpers on his behalf to greet the good little girls and boys across the globe and take notes on what they want for Christmas.

  • We know what Santa can bring to us next year

    Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the county,

    Not a creature was stirring, lest it become a hunter’s bounty.

    The stockings may be hung, but who really cared?

    Our visions of Harley had vanished into thin air.

     

    The children were indeed all snug in their beds.

  • Holiday Gift Guide

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  • My Word: This soldier has been there and sees 3 ways U.S. could lose in Afghanistan

    From one retired military officer’s perspective, here are three easy steps for the United States to lose in Afghanistan.

    Step One: Assume that the conflict in Afghanistan is its own war and not part of a larger global or world war.

    • When was the last time you heard the term Global War on Terror? We now simply deploy soldiers on “contingency operations.”

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  • Rockcastle wins Lady Rocket Invitational

    Tournament MVP Sara Hammond's double-double led Rockcastle County to a 43-38 victory over Shelby County in the Max Performance Lady Rocket Invitational championship game. Rockcastle had beaten Shelby (3-6) by nearly 30 points earlier this month.

    Hammond, a 6-foot-2 junior, made key blocks and grabbed several rebounds down the stretch as Shelby tried to rally after Rockcastle's 6-0 run into the fourth.

    Shelby had led 24-21 going into halftime on a run of their own led by Taylor Shaw's 3-pointer and low bucket, as well as Dee Dee Davis' two free throws.

  • EARLIER: Wesley Apartments to be demolished for bypass commerce

    As construction of the Shelbyville Bypass progresses toward completion in 2010, one adjacent property is preparing to have changes of its own.  

    The area surrounding Wesley Apartments, perhaps Shelbyville's oldest complex, has been rezoned, clearing it to be redeveloped for commercial business.  

  • EARLIER: Triple S OKs changes for Harley, Wesley, Simpsonville

    In a special meeting Tuesday to observe findings of fact and transcript for five zone changes made in the last month, Triple S Planning Commission needed only minutes to make their approval of each.

    "In accordance of our zoning regulations, the commission is required to create a findings of facts and OK it, and the same with the transcripts created from the meetings,” Triple S Executive Director Ryan Libke said.