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

Today's News

  • Cropper Days renews its run

    After a hiatus of more than 15 years, Cropper Day is Saturday in downtown Cropper in northeast Shelby County.

    The Cropper Ruritan Club, with help from other individuals and groups, has revived the event to promote interest in the small, rural community.

    The day kicks off with yard-sale booths opening 9 a.m. A Pie in the Face fundraiser contest will be all day. Jars for donations are available for community members Gene Witt, Don Taylor and the Rev. Jim Cavender.

  • JV SOCCER: Rockets win tournament

    The SCHS boys' junior-varsity soccer team won took the championship at the Madison Central Invitational in Richmond on Sept 11-12.

    The Rockets topped Bourbon County, 1-0, host Madison Central, 2-0, and then Lafayette, 3-1, in the title game.

    The boys are 16-1 and have scored an astounding 52 goals while allowing just 10.

  • Rockets roll past Bullitt East, 63-15

    /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-style-parent:""; font-size:10.0pt;"Times New Roman

  • Rockets grab Bourbon Co. tourney title

    The SCHS boys’ soccer team finally put a full game together, and the result was a tournament title.

    “We finally did it,” SCHS coach B.J. Andriot said. “We put two halves together, and it was awesome.”

    The No. 22 Rockets (6-3-4) opened the Colonel Classic with a 2-1 victory over host Bourbon County and followed that with a 2-1 victory over No. 8 Franklin County on Saturday.

    In Sunday’s championship the Rockets controlled the game in a 3-2 (5-4 shootout) upset of No. 5 East Jessamine.

  • Court Reports Sept. 16, 2009
  • Datebook Sept. 16, 2009
  • Fall Sports

    To view this section in full screen, please click on the arrow at the top right of the Print2Flash viewer and select Open In New Window.

  • Cross country: Rockets middle of pack at Trinity Invitational

    The SCHS boys’ cross-country team placed 15th out of 30 teams at the Trinity Invitational at E.P. "Tom" Sawyer Park this past the weekend.

    The huge meet on Saturday featured schools from Ohio, Tennessee, Indiana and Mississippi along with more than a dozen from Kentucky.

    Stacey Eden paced the Rockets with a 12th place finish in a time of 15:46 for 5 kilometers, about 43 seconds off Tyler Byrne of North Harrison (Ind.) High School.

  • Cross country: Lady Rockets’ 15th at Valkyrie Invitational

    The SCHS girls’ cross-country team placed 15th out of 28 teams at the Valkyrie Invitational at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park on Saturday.

    The Lady Rockets were racing against teams from all over the region, including Tennessee, Indiana and Mississippi.

    Caterina Karas led the Lady Rockets with a seventh-place finish in a time of 18 minutes, 49 seconds for the 5 kilometers.

    Sacred Heart’s Emma Brink was the meet with the only sub 18-minute time, 17:57.

  • Local women strive to improve education across country

    Debby Head and Libby Pollett have combined for more than 50 years of classroom experience as elementary teachers in Shelbyville, not to mention 18 years each in educational consulting.

    They’ve developed a positive reputation across the country through the work of their publishing company, bby Publications, which got its name from the shared “bby” that ends both of their first names, and their consulting firm, Head-Pollett Consultants, Inc.