Today's News

  • First Person: Ben Axline is busy man for Titans

    Collins High School senior Ben Axline plays a big role on his team, whether it is as a slot receiver, safety or punter. One of the football stars who transferred from Shelby County, Axline has gotten off to a good start with the Titans. With a home game tonight against Elizabeth town, he talked to The Sentinel-News about the season, the team, the newfound rivalry, and his multiple roles as a senior.

  • New Business: Shelburne Pet Center LLC

    Address: 353 Kentucky Street Shelbyville

    Who we are: Owner Ashley Shelburne was a veterinary assistant for five years and had an in home pet sitting service for two years. She also serves as vice chairman for Lifebridge for Animals.

  • Suspect in 'largest bust' is at large

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  • Farm numbers growing -- including profitability

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  • Farm subsidies key issue in Shelby

    While fighting for a key seat in the U.S. Senate,  Democrat Jack Conway and Republican Rand Paul met Thursday in Louisville at the Kentucky Farm Bureau's Measure the Candidate meeting.

    Conway and Paul discussed a number of issues raised by KFB, including health care, free trade and immigration.

    John Wills, vice president of the Shelby County Farm Bureau, said he was impressed with the candidates. The forum was open only to media and state directors, but Wills watched one of the several broadcasts during the weekend.

  • School board to look at projections

    The Shelby County Board of Education will head to the new Collins High School for this week's meeting, and the highlight of Thursday's agenda will be a look forward.

    Last month, board member Sam Hinkle asked to hear a report on how the district's enrollment, projections and facility plan tie together.

    The district's enrollment projections were just a hair off this year, with 35 fewer students enrolled on the fifth day (when a census is taken) than had been projected.

  • Business Briefcase: Sept. 3, 2010

    CUB names risk manager

    Robert Armstrong has recently joined Citizens Union Bank as Vice President of Risk Management. Armstrong was for years a bank examiner with the state and more recently a credit analyst/underwriter for a financial institution in Louisville. He and his family reside in Shelbyville.


    Abbott joins Century 21

  • FAC gets new management

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  • EARLIER: Marion County 30, Collins 27: Long drives overcome Titans’ quick scores

    Coach Jerry Lucas said he hopes his Collins High School football team learns as much or more from a 30-27 loss to Marion County than it did from winning its first two games.

    The Titans (2-1) and the host Knights (1-1) squared off in a Class 4A District-4 powerhouse matchup last Friday night, with Lucas’ squad coming up on the short end despite four touchdown passes from senior quarterback Branden Cresap.

  • Sports Digest: Sept. 3, 2010

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    Boys golf: SCHS, Collins roll

    SCHS won its match against Frankfort High Tuesday at Weissinger Hills Golf Course by 30 strokes, 187-217. Coach Matt Redmon said this was a good victory and one of the team’s better scores this season. The Rockets host Owen County at Weissinger next week.