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Today's News

  • 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.

  • SOUDER: In defense of the Good (text) Book

    Last week, as I was considering what to write in this week’s column, I thought perhaps I should write about the merits of KY Senate Bill 142, which encourages Bible literacy classes in our public schools.

    Then I opened last Saturday’s Courier Journal and saw its predictable editorial denouncing the Senate’s passage of the bill and lamenting the fact that it would likely also pass in the House.

  • Court Reports: Jan. 20, 2010

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  • MY WORD: Climate issues aren’t as simple as more snow means less ‘warming'

    In every society, on nearly every issue, there are going to be skeptics. There will be critics, cynics and people who just want something to oppose. That’s just how the world works.

    However, just because you oppose something, you disagree with an issue, or you don’t like the people talking about it, that is no reason to deny there’s a problem to begin with.

  • News Briefs: Feb, 26, 2009

     Simpsonville Commission

    holds special meeting

    The Simpsonville City Commission will conduct a special called meeting today at 4 p.m. to discuss the purchase or sale of property. City officials declined to elaborate on the specific property. The meeting will be held at city hall.

     

    ‘New Cool’ up for award

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  • Shelby County Grand Jury Indictments: Oct. 30, 2009

    Billy E. Yarnell II of 9881 Waddy Road in Waddy was indicted for planting, cultivating or harvesting marijuana with intent to sell or transfer, trafficking in marijuana, and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Diane S. Yarnell of 9881 Waddy Road in Waddy was indicted for planting, cultivating or harvesting marijuana with intent to sell or transfer, trafficking in marijuana, and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Aftershocks from Haiti

    Claire Miertschin, injured and in pain, kept vigil over her dying friend throughout what she told her family was the longest night of her life, as they slept in a field in Haiti after the earthquake had battered their bodies and throw their mission trip into disarray.