.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Collins wins three in tourney play

    In addition to the Collins softball team’s win over Shelby County on Saturday, the Titans (14-5-1) turned in a successful weekend, winning three of its five contests against visiting teams, while dropping one game in the Lady Rocket Invitational over the weekend.

    “I thought we played really well this weekend,” Titans coach Charlie LeCompte said. “Paige and Carson each pitched well, and kept us in every single game we were in.”

  • Bypass back open after crash

    The Shelbyville Bypass opened back up at 4 p.m. after being shut down for nearly two hours due to a serious accident near La Grange Road.

    Three people were taken to the University of Louisville Hospital, one was airflited and two were transported by ambulance, officials said.

    The person that was airlifted suffered serious injuries and the other two, minor injuries. None of the injuries are considered life-threatening.

  • New bill limits pain pills

    A bill that would drastically change the face of prescription pain pill usage in Kentucky was signed by Gov. Matt Bevin Monday.

    House Bill 333 will prohibit doctors from giving patients prescriptions for more than a three-day supply of a Schedule II controlled substance, which includes narcotics such as OxyContin, to treat pain as an acute medical condition.

  • Legislators share thoughts on 2017 session

    Area professionals from business, commercial, farming and more backgrounds filled the Shelby County Cooperative Extension office Wednesday morning to get a brief rundown on the 2017 legislation session from State Senator Paul Hornback (R-Shelbyville) and first-year State Rep. Rob Rothenburger (R-Shelbyville).

  • Church news: April 14, 2017

    Greater Shelby County Ministerial Coalition

  • Hisle leads Collins past DeSales

    It wasn’t Will Hisle’s day to pitch.

    Heading into Wednesday night’s matchup at DeSales, pitcher Tanner Brown was originally slated to start for Collins. But during warm-ups, Brown suffered a finger injury on his throwing hand, and was scratched from his start.

    Enter Hisle, who turned in one of the best outings of the season for the Titans (10-8) on the mound, picking up the win in a complete game performance.

  • Shelby holds off Western Hills

    Shelby County softball battled through a rocky start and a slow finish Tuesday night but in between the Rockets picked up an impressive 8-6 win over visiting Western Hills.

    Western Hills had capitalized on key defensive mistakes early, giving the Wolverines a 3-0 advantage over the Rockets after the first half inning of play.

    But the bottom of the first showed the determination of SCHS (4-2), when noted power hitter Elizabeth Ivers stepped to the plate with teammate Haley Vermillion waiting on first.

  • Collins boys take 2nd at Oldham meet

    With another meet under its belt, the Collins boys’ track and field squad is showing marked improvement.

    The Titans, along with Shelby County, competed in the Oldham County All-Comers meet on Tuesday, with Collins taking second in the boys’ standings and SCHS finishing one spot behind them.

    Collins ended the boys’ section of the meet with 72 points, two behind Moore, with Shelby earning 58 for a third-place finish.

  • Rockets sweep Bears

    Shelby County’s tennis team was firing on all cylinders on Wednesday afternoon, sweeping visiting Spencer County, 5-0.

    No. 1 singles player James Bradley kicked things off for the Rockets, defeating his opponent in two sets by scores of 6-2, 6-1.

    Second-ranked singles athlete Jake York followed suit with wins of 6-0 and 6-1 to move the Rockets to 2-0.

  • Heath, fitness and fun

    With warm sunny skies finally lingering in the forecast, there’s no better time to get over those winter blues and back into a healthy mindset.

    To kick start that energy burning mentality, community members are encouraged to stop by the Family Activity Center on April 22.