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Today's News

  • Horse show nearly a go

    Final preparations are underway for The Shelbyville Horse Show, which kicks off Wednesday night and runs through Saturday.

    Organizers say the 27th annual horse show will draw thousands each night for both the show and the fun, fellowship and food on the sidelines.

    “We expect as good or a better show than ever,” said R.H. Bennett, the Shelbyville Horse Show manager.

    Gates open at 6 p.m. each day, with the show starting at 7 p.m. More than 300 horses are expected to compete in nearly 60 classes over the 4-day period.

  • Looking back: July 29, 2016

    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

  • Church news: July 29, 2016

     

  • Raglin is new pastor at Allen Chapel

    Allen Chapel United Methodist Church of Finchville would like to introduce their new pastor, Rev. Robert Raglin. Service starts at 9:30 a.m. every Sunday, with Sunday school being held the first and third Sunday immediately following morning service. Rev. Raglin will also be the pastor of St. John United Methodist Church of Shelbyville with service starting at 11:30 a.m.

  • Community rallies around disabled woman to raise money for special van

    Tammy Redmon lives a quiet life; she has never been nationally recognized or cited for any daring act of heroism.

    But the 52-year-old Shelbyville woman greets each day with as much dignity and courage as she can muster in her lifelong battle with lymphangioama, a condition that has left her wheelchair-bound with an amputated leg.

    Still, she preseveres with the help of a specially equipped van with which she can travel to necessary errands, such as doctor's appointments.

  • Jubilee kicks off Thursday

    This year’s Shelbyville Horse Show Jubilee promises to be a great event with something for everyone, organizers say.

    Eilene Collins, executive director of Shelby Main Street, said Jubilee festivities kick off Thursday with the annual breakfast at Undulata Farm Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m.

    Collins said more than 200 tickets for the event have been sold.

    This year’s speaker for the breakfast is noted local horse trainer Lionel Ferreira, trainer of 5-gaited world’s grand champion horses.

  • March to Recovery is August 13

    On Saturday, Aug. 13, concerned residents and churches of Shelby County will host a March to Recovery to bring awareness to drug addiction and drug-related deaths in Shelby and surrounding counties. The March to Recovery is a kick-off to a large-scale assault on addictions of all kinds in the region.

    The March will begin at 10 a.m.

  • Post 37 rolls through Paducah, 14-1

    Shelbyville Post 37 made a statement in its first game of the Kentucky American Legion State Tournament on Monday night, defeating Paducah Post 31A by a score of 14-1.

    “We hit the ball well against Paducah,” coach J.R. Wiley said. “Blake [Lambdin] pitched a good game, and we’re moving on to the next round.”

  • Weissinger Hills wins junior league

    After its undefeated season on the links, Weissinger Hills Golf Course has clinched its second consecutive PGA Junior League Championship in as many seasons.

    Head coach Bryan Slone says that his golfers were very excited to wrap up another title for Weissinger.

    “The season went very well for us,” Slone said. “We had many more teams compete in the league this year, which led to a lot of good competition for us.”

  • SHELBY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD – Clear Creek innovations

    On Thursday the Shelby County Board of Education will hear an update from Clear Creek Principal Kim Willhoite on Innovation at Clear Creek – The Summit. District Public Relations Coordinator Ryan Allan said The Summit is Clear Creek’s 3PT (Pace, Place, Path and Time) program.

    “It’s a personalized learning concept we’re seeing across the county,” Allan said, explaining that Clear Creek is one school in the district that will be piloting a 3PT program in the district.

    The Summit will involve personalized, self-paced learning.