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Today's News

  • New Business: Daugherty opens dental practice

    Lisa Daugherty, DMD, has opened a dental practice at 207-A Alpine Drive.

    What we do: "We provide dental care to keep the whole family smiling."

    Phone: (502) 633-3900

    Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday.

  • Cemetery statements were misleading

    The article in the Sentinel-News on February 15, 2008, concerning the request by the Louisville Cemetery Company (a.k.a. the Louisville Cemetery Association) for a conditional use permit to put a commercial cemetery business on Eminence Pike contained very misleading statements.

  • School menus - March 10-14

    Monday -- Sloppy Joes on bun or ham and cheese sandwich, salad dressing/mayo/mustard, baked potato, broccoli w/cheese, apple, mandarin oranges or pears, milk

    B = Cinnamon French toast or uncrustable

    Tuesday -- Cheese or pepperoni pizza or cheese and crackers, corn, broccoli, Normandy, apple, mandarin oranges or pears, milk

    B = Ham and biscuit or grilled cheese

    Wednesday -- Turkey or ribaque, mashed potatoes, green beans, brown gravy, roll w/margarine, apple, mandarin oranges or pears, milk (Wright has Domino's pizza)

  • Boosting a rare breed

    When visitors from all over the country - and the world - visit Buck Creek Stables March 14-16, they will be participating in an effort to save the headquarters of one of the rarest breeds of horses in the United States.

    Tamas Rombauer, past director of the Hungarian State Stud at Babolna, will speak to Shagya Arabian horse breeders who are coming here from as far as California and Oregon, Chile and Australia to participate in educational seminars and clinics about their rare breed. There are fewer than 2,000 Shagya Arabians in the world and not more than 200 in the United States.

  • Shelby tops region's seatbelt survey

    When John Evans was a bachelor, he rarely wore his seatbelt.

    He said his habit was to just hop in his truck and go.

    But when he became a family man, his days of not being buckled in came to an end.

    "When you start having kids, wearing your seatbelt becomes more of a priority," he said. "It's just a given."

    A recent study performed by the Kentucky State Police, found that, like Evans, wearing a seatbelt is a high priority for most people in Shelby County.

  • Agrees with editorial

    Your recent article on the repeal of the sin tax was dead on; giving the tax already collected back to the merchants is nothing more than a windfall for them.

    It is my understanding that merchants raise the price of an item to cover a tax. Therefore, what they paid to the Revenue Cabinet was NOT out of their pocket. There is no way they can return it to the customers that actually paid it (I being one).

  • Simpsonville parks director to leave

    Simpsonville Parks director Kelland Garland told the Simpsonville City Commission Tuesday he will leave his post effective June 30. He has been the city's parks director for almost two years.

    Garland, a teacher at Simpsonville Elementary School, told the commission he is taking on additional duties next year at the school and also needs time to work on finishing the principalship program he is enrolled in.

    "I'm not tired of the job, but I realize my future is in education," Garland said.

  • Lady Rockets upset in region first round

    South Oldham's Jordann McGuffin hit a lay-up with 8.9 seconds to play to give the Lady Dragons a 37-36 upset win over Shelby County in the 8th Region Tournament first round Tuesday at Shelby County High School.

    It looked as though the Lady Rockets would advance as they led 36-33, but South cut the lead to one with a short jumper, and then a rough exchange near midcourt resulted in South's Lauren Jones scooping up a loose ball and hitting a streaking McGuffin for the game's final points.

  • Independence Day(s)?

    Today, when people think of American independence, they think of the fourth of July. But labeling a single day of independence is not easy.

    Most people don't look at a calendar and see March 5 as any sort of holiday, but the tragic events that occurred 238 years ago today played an important role in American history.

  • Surfing the world wide web of antiques

    Antique stores may be full of aged arts and crafts, but that doesn't mean they're not up to date with modern technology. Even antique businesses have embraced the Internet.

    Helen Gardner, owner of Gardner House Antiques on Main St., has two web addresses for her business. One, www.shelbyvilleantiques.com, opens her online eBay store, where transactions can be made on the spot for listed items, then shipped to the buyer. The other, www.gardnerhouseantiques.com, is for her general Gardner House website, which lists store inventory, open hours, location and an e-mail contact.