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Today's News

  • Shelby County Grand Jury Indictments: Feb. 25, 2009

    Cherish N. Hunter of Frankfort was indicted for first-degree illegal possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), tampering with physical evidence and promoting contraband.

    Lindsay L. Flagg of Shelbyville was indicted for fraudulent use of a credit card, complicity, theft of identity and theft by unlawful taking under $300.

    Jessica R. Hardaway of Shelbyville was indicted for fraudulent use of a credit card, complicity, theft of identity and theft by unlawful taking under $300.

    Darryl L. Stoner of Simpsonville was indicted for flagrant non-support.

  • Bulldogs grab 3rd consecutive JV title

    A blowout, a nail-bitter and a comfortable victory added up for Cornerstone Christian Academy’s third consecutive KCAA JV state title on Saturday.

    Using a mixture of pressure defense and high-octane, fast-break offense, the younger Bulldogs left the KCAA challengers in their dust yet again and finished the season with a 12-2 record that included two victories over KHSAA teams.

    The comfortable triumph came in the championship, when Cornerstone cruised past Community Christian, 55-31.

  • BPW celebrates anniversary this week

    Shelbyville Business and Professional Women (BPW) will celebrate its 60-year anniversary at 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the Stratton Center in Shelbyville.

    An honored guest will be former Kentucky Governor Martha Layne Collins, a Shelby County native and long-time member of Woodford County BPW. Her mother, Mary Hall, was a member of Shelbyville BPW.

    All past and present members are encouraged to attend.

    The club was chartered Jan. 10, 1949, when Eugenia Beckley was named president. Nancy Sears and Daisy Dale have been members for more than 30 years each.

  • Rockets hammer Spencer, 69-41

    The Shelby County Rockets (14-13) drubbed Spencer County (6-22), 69-41, Wednesday in the first round of the 30th District Tournament at Anderson County.

    The victory put the Rockets in tonight’s championship game against the host Bearcats.

    After roaring out to a 21-point first quarter, the Rockets slowed in the second quarter and carried a 30-21 lead into the half.

  • Looking Back: Feb. 27, 2009

    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.  

    If anyone has an old photo that they would like to run with this column bring it and the information into The Sentinel-News office or e-mail it to the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com. We are also looking for mystery photos. If you have a picture you can't identify, send it in and we'll ask our readers for help.

  • Local teen wins shot at national dance title

    Inspiration sometimes comes from an insult.

    One of Joseph “Austin” Shirley-Dean's classmates several years ago told him he couldn't dance. That comment got him started on the road to the title 2009 Teen Mister Dance of the Bluegrass, an honor he picked up last weekend in Ashland. This summer he will compete in Washington, D. C. for the national title.

  • Rockets look to take shine off Penny

    For the sixth consecutive year Shelby and Anderson counties will meet in the Boys’ 30th District Championship game.

    Tonight’s game will tip-off at approximately 7:30, after the conclusion of the Spencer/Anderson girls’ game.

    Though the Rockets have won four of the past five – and gone on to capture two 8th Region titles in that time – this year looks to be Anderson County’s best chance to win.

  • Court Reports Feb. 25, 2009

    The following cases were heard by Judge Linda Armstrong:

    Ashley M. Bessette, theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting under $300- plead guilty -- ten-day sentence conditionally discharged for two years and $244 fine and costs.

    Tanner J. Jaroszek, theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting under $300 -- plead guilty -- $294 fine and costs; second-degree criminal mischief -- plead guilty -- 60-day sentence conditionally discharged for two years and $144 costs.

  • Tree topping should be a crime

    There were few things that made my dad cringe more than the practice of topping trees.  He would scratch his brow and shake his head at the thought of homeowners paying to have their trees butchered.

    It was slightly less offensive if utility companies butchered trees because it could be rationalized:  downed limbs create a hazard and cause power outages, which can cause more then just unhappy customers, as we have seen over the curse of the last 6 months.

  • ‘Working’ set to debut at Shelby County Community Theatre

    The Shelby County Community Theatre (SCCT) is inviting people to come in after a hard week's work, sit back, relax and listen to others sing about "Working".

    Adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso from the same-titled book by Studs Terkel, "Working" is a musical about the common man - and woman.

    Developed from real interviews with a variety of workers - from cleaning women to bricklayers -- the show offers monologues of 26 average American workers as they share their work experiences and deepest dreams.