Today's News

  • AquaRockets compete at state

    Several members of the Shelby County Swimming and Diving team competed at the state meet Friday and Saturday.

    John Ruble placed 20th in the state in the 500 freestyle. Senior Travis Adams had the top performance, finishing 12th in the 1-meter diving event. The boys 200 free relay (Jordan Lohr, Mitch Tunstall, Sam Ruble, John Ruble) finished 19th.

    For the girls, Collin Kessinger was 22nd in the 100 breaststroke and 18th in the 200 individual medley. The 200 medley relay (Callie Anderson, Haley Miller, Kessinger and Kellie Grigsby) placed 21st.

  • Looking Back: February 12, 2010


    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.

  • Shelby County Grand Jury Indictments: Feb. 16. 2010

    Shannon Scott Bailey of 23 North Belmont Ave. in Indianapolis was indicted for theft by unlawful taking.

    Ricky Wells of 5509 Ridgecrest Road in Louisville was indicted for flagrant nonsupport.

    Arthur Russell Martin of 3791 Rose Lane in Crestwood was indicted for flagrant nonsupport.

    Steven Crouch of 2021 West Ford Road in Murray was indicted for flagrant nonsupport.

    Jeremy W. Rion of 657 Burks Branch Road in Shelbyville was charged by the Shelby Circuit Court with flagrant nonsupport.

  • Lady Rockets upset No. 16 Franklin County

  • DISTRICT JUDGE DIV. 2: Darby Smith

    Veteran Shelbyville attorney Darby L. Smith has filed to make another run for District Judge Division III, which serves Shelby, Anderson and Spencer counties.

    Smith, 38, lost this race in 2006 to Donna Dutton, who had filed for re-election.

    In that race, Smith finished third in the primary election, about 2,000 votes behind winner David Nutgrass. Dutton, who finished second, overtook Nutgrass in the general election.

  • Big bingo business

    If you’re familiar with winning phrases such as postage stamp, four corners, coveralls and big X, or if you know about pull-tab games and how to play 72 cards at once, then you’re a veteran bingo player.

    And if you are, you certainly know the way to Shelby Bingo Plus in Simpsonville.

    But what most people don’t know is how much Bingo Plus pumps back into Shelby County.

  • Icy treachery for traffic

    Shelby County looked more like tundra than bluegrass Tuesday morning, with cars stuck everywhere, wheels spinning on glassy roadways and students getting a day at home.

    "It was terrible," Simpsonville Police Chief Scott Chappell said. "We had cars stuck everywhere, and even a guy who went over a guard rail and flipped over."

  • News Briefs: Feb, 10, 2009

    Rescheduled events: The Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks Board meeting has been  rescheduled for 7 p.m.

  • DISTRICT JUDGE DIV.2: Donna Dutton

    Emphasizing her record of tough penalties and case efficiency, Judge Donna Dutton is running for a second 4-year term in the 53rd Judicial District's Div. II courtroom. "I love what I do," she said.

  • School bus accident sends 3 students to hospital

    Three students were hospitalized Thursday morning after a Shelby County school bus hit a guardrail as it negotiated a turn on its way to school.

    The accident happened as the driver was pulling out from Hempridge Road onto U.S. 60 heading west toward west and caught the rear bumper of the bus on the guardrail.