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Today's News

  • Nelson trips up Lady Rockets

    The SCHS girls’ volleyball team had been on tear until Nelson County visited Tuesday.

    The Lady Cardinals dominated the first game and held off Shelby in the second game for a 2-0 (25-17, 25-22) victory.

    The Lady Rockets pulled to 10-7 and made it close again at 16-14 before Nelson pulled away in that first game.

    “Nelson County is a tough team that plays very good defense,” SCHS Coach Felicia Pace said. “We can’t come out with such a slow opening.”

  • EARLIER: Rockets getting some love

    With a three-game winning streak the SCHS football team is starting to earn a little respect.

    With years of being overlooked, it appears that the Rockets have arrived. Shelby County sits at No. 15 in all-class ranking in The Courier-Journal’s Litkenhous ranking, No. 24 in Dave Cantrell’s Rating the State published by The Herald-Leader and No. 10 in Class 6A by BluegrassPreps.

  • Scouting Report: SCHS at Nelson County

    7:30 p.m. Friday, at Cardinal Stadium

    Radio: WXLN-FM (9.33)

    Records:  Nelson County 2-2, Shelby County 3-1

    Last week: Shelby County 63-15 home win over Bullitt East; Nelson County 35-7 home loss against John Hardin

    Coaches: SCHS, Todd Shipley (47-57, 10th year at school); Nelson County, Jamie Egli (2-2, 1st year at school)

    When Nelson County has the ball:

  • EARLIER; After big hit, Axline delivering them

    No sense taking it easy after returning from a concussion.

    Shelby County’s Ben Axline was back in the lineup last week against Seneca after missing the North Hardin game. All he did was lead the Rockets with seven catches for 139 yards, score two TDs and deliver the two biggest hits of the game.

    In fact, Axline, a junior, has been involved with the three biggest hits this season.

  • News Briefs: Sept. 23, 2009

    Board will review Collins items

    The Shelby County Public Schools board will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at Clear Creek Elementary.

    The board will consider:

  • How and why to spoil (or not spoil) your kids

    If you’ve ever wondered why so many people spoil their children, it’s simple.  They get two big payoffs.

    First, the obvious: it’s easier just to get through the moment by indulging children’s demands, rather than stopping to teach them a lesson. And the more subtle reason is that by living for and through the child, they can avoid all their own feelings, issues and responsibilities. It’s like a drug—a pain-killing escape from reality.

  • Taste of Shelby hits the spot

     

    Too many cooks sure didn't spoil the broth Monday night, with delicious food, sparkling spirits, a great jazz band, door prizes and even cornhole.

    Add to that a thoroughly mellow crowd, and you have the makings a great evening.

  • WICHE: I do like snakeseebut sometimes they’re not welcome

    I keep telling myself that I do like snakes…and really I do, just not in the kitchen.

    Yes, there was a snake in the kitchen one afternoon when I came home from work.  My cat, Parc, helped me wrangle it.

  • EARLIER: A new concept for a City Center

    The desire to build a conference center in Shelby County is about to take on an entirely new visual concept.  

    Leon Mooneyhan, former superintendent of Shelby County Public Schools and chief executive officer of the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative (OVEC), will present plans Monday for a City Center, which offer significant conference space and a larger community theater in downtown Shelbyville.  

  • WICHE: 2009 tomato trials: Weather wasn’t a blessing

     Well, we can certainly say it was a pleasant summer season, so I am definitely not complaining…but it wasn’t the best year for tomatoes.  Cool and wet is good for some but not for the prized tomato.