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Today's News

  • Boy Scout Troop 270

    Boy Scout Troop 270 installed two benches and a table set at the Shelby County Public Library.

  • Waddy High reunion

    The Waddy High School class of 1958 reunion was held on June 18. Attending were (back row from left) Rodger Brown, Don Searcy, Bobby Hill, Rebecca (Phillips) Tinsley, Glenna (White) Stivers, Martha (Brooks) Wilson, Ruby (Pullium) Ruble, Doug Witt, Johnny Miller, Robert Spencer and Joe Robertson; (front row) Judy (Rice) Vest, Joann (Cook) Bain, Delores (Rucker) Proffitt, Alma Faye (Temple) Bentley, Vivian (Jennings) Landers, Janice (Tiller) Davenport and Mary Jo (Smith) Brooks.

  • Lemonade for a cause

    These four young girls held a lemonade stand at a recent yard sale collecting money for Habitat for Humanity, not for themselves. The girls were three sister and a cousin (from left) Millie, Polly, Makenzie and Daisy Sowder. 3 sisters and a cousin.

  • Welker-Wu wedding

    Daniel Benjamin Welker and Emma Wu (Wu Ya) were united in marriage on Saturday, June 18.

    The groom is the son of Vance and Trina Welker of Shelbyville.  The bride is the daughter of Wu Guihua and Ma Youchun of Luoyang, Henan, China.

    The wedding took place at The Fisherman’s Church in Xincheng, Henan, China. Pastor Yang Shulin officiated, with Lu Weibing assisting and Huang Xiaozhou translating.

  • Slowing down in Simpsonville

    Simpsonville officials are very pleased with the new, wider Buck Creek Road except for one thing—it’s giving too many motorists an attitude like Sammy Hager.

    "We're working on the speed limit; we've heard from some people on that," City Administrator David Eaton told the Simpsonville City Commission at its meeting Thursday night.

    Eaton said residents have been calling to complain that the 35-mile per hour speed limit on Buck Creek Road from U.S. to the I-64 interchange is too slow.

  • Court report: July 25, 2016

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Charles R. Hickman

    Civil final

  • Datebook: July 27, 2016

    This week
    Homemakers book club
    The Homemakers book club, meets at 10 a.m. today at the Shelby County Extension office, 1117 Frankfort Road. Participants can bring their lunches and favorite books they have read to tell other club members about them and then take home a new book to read. To register for the book club or for more information, call 633-4593.
    MAPP meeting

  • The wild Muscovy Duck

    When I was about 7 years old, our family was living on a farm on KY 44 in Spencer County that was just south of the Shelby County line.  We, of course, raised the usual farm animals and fowls, and one species we raised were Muscovy Ducks. 

  • Sen. Rand Paul to hold town hall meeting July 27

    Rand Paul will make a campaign stop in Shelbyville July 27 from 4 to 5 p.m. to hold a town hall event at the Stratton Center at 215 Washington St. Everyone interested in attending is encouraged to visit randpaulforsenate.eventbrite.com or tiny.cc/randshelbyville for more information and to RSVP. Admission is free.

  • Cox returns to East as principal

    A familiar face will fill the role of principal at East Middle School, a position recently left vacant following Rebecca Martin’s move to central office.

    The school’s Site Based Decision Making (SBDM) council announced Jennifer Cox as its selection late last week.

    Though she is returning to the district after serving as a Goal Clarity Coach in Jefferson County, she is no stranger to the district.