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Today's News

  • What we think: SCHS decision needed input

     

    Is it just us or does this decision at Shelby County High School to go to a trimester structure starting next year seem a bit rushed?

    We learned – though we don’t exactly understand – that this decision by SCHS’s site-based decision-making council is binding and does not require approval by the school board.

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  • Rain gardens to the rescue?

    The city of Shelbyville is currently battling some flaws in its storm water quality management plan.

    As a method of helping fight rain water runoff problems, a workshop on rain gardens is set for Feb. 25 at Shelbyville City Hall from 7-9 p.m. The presenter is a member of the Rain Water Alliance.

  • Looking for heroes? You don’t have to look long or far

    The scenes last week were incredible, weren’t they? You could see both overwhelming beauty and bedeviling frustration in one quick glance.

    Mother Nature painted our canvas with brush strokes of divine precision, a pure white base topped with a sheen of silvery ice followed by an icing of more snow to create a crunchy and even inviting layer cake on our lawns and meadows.

    Our trees were a winter wonderland, with gleaming tinsel and long and sophisticated boughs of ice dangling every which way.

  • Rockets rout Warriors

    Early into the Rockets' game Wednesday, it was obvious there would be no slip up against Eminence in a 69-18 victory

    By the end of the first quarter Shelby (8-13) led, 24-3, and had held the Warriors (2-15) without a field goal. In fact, Eminence didn't hit a shot from the field until 2:46 remained in the first half, cutting the Rockets' lead to 33-5.

  • More bad weather, more trouble for plants

     

    It seems we are in the middle of yet another “situation,” as my husband calls it, served up by Mother Nature.

    At present we are right in the middle of the mess out at the farm.  No electricity, no phone line, no heat, and no water.  We can manage well enough inside with the fireplace, kerosene heater, camp stove, down comforter and strategic water rationing (with supplements brought in from town).

  • EARLIER: The storm: One family’s story

    Jeanna Hendren, who lives on south 7th Street in Shelbyville, said her area looks like war zone.

  • Lady Rockets whip Scott County

    The Shelby County Lady Rockets (8-11) dominated visiting Scott County (8-12) for three quarters Monday, pushing their lead out to 22 points before coasting to a 66-48 victory.

    After the game SCHS Coach Sally Zimmerman joked that her team would have the next several days off. The girls practiced just once last week, on Saturday, because of the ice storm, but the team came out crisp and ended a three-game slide.

  • Budget will be 'consuming issue' before General Assembly

     

  • Shelby gets therapy alternative

    Now 28 years old, Renea Sageser figures she has spent 24 years of her life dealing with therapy in some way.

    It began when she was a child going through several years of speech therapy herself. Then during her senior year of high school, her mother was involved in a traumatic automobile accident, resulting in a serious head injury.

    Sageser took on the caregiver roll as her mother endured intensive therapy.