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Today's News

  • Escapee from Frankfort could be in vicinity

    Kentucky State Police Post 12 reports that that an inmate has escaped from the Frankfort Career Development Center, and he could be in Shelby County.

    Travis Hylton, 27, is a white male, 5 feet, 11 inches, 275 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. He was last seen wearing a prison khaki shirt, khaki pants and a white T-shirt.

    He escaped on foot at 11:21 a.m. on Monday while working outside. He fled the area on foot, but he may have been picked up near I-64.

    He could possibly be in a white 1993 Plymouth Acclaim four-door sedan, Kentucky license number 489-GJA.

  • Scouting Report: SCHS AT SENECA

    Game time: 7:30 p.m. Friday, at Seneca High School

    Radio: WXLN-FM (9.33)

    Records:  Seneca 2-1

            Shelby County 1-1

    Last week:Seneca 56-35 loss at Fern Creek; Shelby County 42-18 win at home against North Hardin.

    Coaches: Seneca, Louis Dover (19-41, 6th year at school); SCHS, Todd Shipley (45-57, 10th year at school)

    When Seneca has the ball:

  • Shelby County Sheriff's Reports Sept. 16, 2009

    Driving Under The Influence

    William M. Riddle, 43, of 1719 Cherry Lane in Shelbyville was arrested Sept. 8 at that address and served with a warrant for DUI first offense.

    Humberto T. Cruz, 51, of 74 Spruce St. in Shelbyville was arrested Thursday on Cherry Lane and charged with DUI first offense, disregarding a stop sign and careless driving.

    Arlen L. Gusthrson, 70, of 10223 Shelbyville Road in Simpsonville was arrested Sept. 4 on U.S., 60 in Simpsonville and charged with DUI.

  • Consistent the key for Lady Rocket golfers

    The SCHS girls’ golf team has consistently finished in the top four in tournament play all season and the girls will put that record to the test this weekend in Bowling Green while getting a preview of the State Tournament course.

    Coming off a third place finish at the Gene Hilen Memorial Tournament this past Saturday, the Lady Rockets feel confident.

    Junior Michaela Manley, who fired a 77 to tie for fifth place, said she’s feeling good as the team preps for Bowling Green.

  • Man arrested for DUI on lawn mower

    For Humberto Cruz of Spruce Drive, the grass was not greener on the other side.

    He went out to mow his grass Wednesday afternoon and ended up in jail.

    According to the police report, deputies saw him driving a red Huskee lawn mower on the street, "driving over curbs and running in and out of traffic."

    The reports states that Cruz ran a stop sign when two deputies tried to pull him over on the lawn mower.

  • Rockets escape Seneca with 31-30 win

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  • Cross country: Rockets 8th at Rumble in the Jungle

    Stacey Eden led the SCHS boys’ cross-country team to an eighth-place finish out of 23 teams at the North Oldham Rumble in the Jungle meet Saturday.

    Eden’s 16:24 was good for fourth place out of 198 runners. It was his first race back after a thigh injury sidelined him, and Eden, a senior all-state runner, missed last week’s Shelby County Invitational for the BMX national event in Louisville.

  • Sept. 11 ceremony at Shelby Christian tonight

    It has been 8 years since America was plunged into the depths of fear and disbelief when suicidal Al-Qaeda terrorists caused the deaths of nearly 3,000 people on our own shores on Sept. 11, 2001.

    Shelby County EMS director Steve Wortham has vowed that those deaths in New York and Washington, D.C., should not be forgotten.

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  • EARLIER: Receiver’s catches big for whole team

    When the Rocket offense started clicking last week against North Hardin, it was no coincidence that Tavis Elzy was helping lead the charge.

    Elzy, a 6-foot, 160-pound junior wide receiver, had nine catches for 81 yards and two touchdowns in last Friday’s victory after having just one catch for 9 yards in the season-opening loss to Bryan Station.