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Today's News

  • KJHS group wins state awards, to put on Kentucky History Mystery Dinner Theater Saturday

    The Shelby Saddlebreds Chapter of the Kentucky Junior Historical Society won 8 first-place awards at the KJHS State Convention on March 27th-28th. The annual convention held in Frankfort provides students twelve different categories to compete in: 2-D art, 3-D art, Documentary, Genealogy, Historical Exhibit, History Bowl, History Test, Heritage Performance, Impromptu Composition, Paper, Performance, and Photography. Shelby Saddlebreds had winners at every level of competition.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports June 10, 2009

    DUI and Traffic Related

    Alfredo Escobar-Herrera, 41, of Shelbyville was arrested June 1 at U.S. 60 and Old Finchville Road and charged with no operator’s license and disregarding a traffic light.

    Baldomero Corona-Rosales, 51, of Shelbyville was arrested Wednesday on 7th Street and charged with no operator’s license, no brake lights and no insurance.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports June 3, 2009

    DUI or Traffic-Related

    Anthony Shane Stodghill, 30, of Eminence was arrested Saturday at Highway 53 and Boone Station Road and charged with DUI, no operator’s license, failure to wear a seat belt, disorderly conduct and no operator’s license negligent at the scene of an accident.

    Patricia A. Searcy, 35. of Shelbyville was arrested Sunday on Boone Station Road and charged with DUI and no operator’s license.

    Miscellaneous

  • Crime Stoppers theft from car and shopping cart

    Speakers stolen from vehicle

    Crime Stoppers is asking for information about a theft from a vehicle that occurred between 8 p.m. on June 1 and 2 p.m. on  June 2 at the Cola Commons Apartments at 80 Frankfort Road.

    The suspect forced open the window of the victim’s red Dodge Durango.

    After opening the window, the thief unlocked the rear hatch to gain access to the cargo area.

    The thief then removed two  Edgewood speakers and a

    a 1000-watt power amplifier. Also taken was a homemade speaker box, valued at $700.

  • Shelbyville Horse Show July 31, 2009

    Results from the first night of the Shelbyville Horse Show.

    Listed: Horse, owner, rider

    Class: 5-Gaited Amateur

    1. CH Colonel Hoss, Bullett Concrete Materials Inc., Harold Denton Jr.

    2. Don’t Ask Me, Pleasant View Farm, Kelsey Price

    3. Calif First Night Out, Calif First Night Out LLC, David Rudder

    4. Here I Am Again, Bruce Williams, Bruce Williams

    5. Adrenaline Rush, Paul and Leetta Beachum, Justin Cowley

    Class: 3-Gaited Open Park

  • SCHS second at Capital City Invitational

    The Shelby County girls’ volleyball team has started rounding into form.

    With a second-place finish at the Capital City Invitational Saturday in Frankfort, the Lady Rockets established themselves as one of the top teams in the 8th Region.

    With six victories during the weekend, the girls have won 10 of their last 12 games, and with a 10-3 record have the second-best mark in the region along with North Oldham. Both are behind Oldham County’s 8-0.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports June 26, 2009

    DUI and Traffic-Related  

    Andrew S. Tutor, 37, of 610 Crescent Court in Shelbyville was arrested Tuesday at 1631 Mount Eden Road and charged with DUI, having an open alcoholic-beverage container in the vehicle and no operator's license.

    Juan Jose Ravdales, 45, of 3109 Cherchell Place, No. 120, of Louisville was arrested Tuesday at 8th and Washington Street and charged with no operator's license, no insurance, and two counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.

  • Walking for the little victims

    One in every 4,000 infants has an arterial ischemic stroke around the time of birth.

    Those who survive feel the effects all their lives. Depending on where the stroke occurs in the brain, the aftermath can vary. The survivors need strenuous therapy, often battle seizures, and struggle to develop on track with other children.

    But despite the struggles, they're survivors, and a handful of young survivors were front and center Saturday, leading the way at the Pediatric Stroke Awareness walk at Clear Creek Park.

  • Hi Point property taxes come before city council

    Shelbyville City Council will hear a first reading Thursday night on property taxes for residents in the Hi Point area in east Shelbyville.

    If this annual ordinance adjustment passes, there are 53 lot owners in Phase I of that development who would pay $1,629.46 per lot in property taxes.

    The action is known as the Clear Creek Public Improvement Bond, and City Clerk Inez Davis explained that this is an annual process because of the bonds were structured on those lots back in the 1990s.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports Sept. 11, 2009

    DUI

    Humberto T. Cruz of 74 Spruce Street in Shelbyville was arrested Sept. 9 on Cherry Lane and charged with DUI (on lawn mower), first offense, disregarding a stop sign and careless driving.

    Anthony Howell Jr., 18, of 1035 Locust Grove Road in Shelbyville was arrested Sept. 9 at 3rd and Bradshaw streets and charged with DUI.

     Assault