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Today's News

  • County battle goes to West

     

    West Middle exploded on a 30-0 to open the game and never looked back, cruising past East Middle. 53-31, at home on Thursday

    The Warriors (5-2) held East (1-2) scoreless for nearly eight minutes, and the Missiles finally got on the board with 4:14 remaining in the second quarter.

  • Motorcycle stolen from home

    Police are asking for the public's help in locating a motorcycle stolen from a home in the 900th block of Henry Clay Street.

    The motorcycle is a silver 1992 Honda CBR600F2 with Kentucky registration motorcycle plate 5131E.

    The bike was present at the home at 10 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, according to police. When the residence returned home at 11:30 p.m., he discovered the bike missing from the home's rear patio.

  • Police Reports Jan. 6, 2009

    Shelbyville Police Reports

    Drunken Driving

    Roman Yoc, 27, of Shelbyville, was arrested Dec. 25 on Midland Trail and charged with DUI, no operator's license, speeding, having an open alcoholic beverage container in the vehicle, and second-degree forgery.

    Ronald L. Cook, 57, of Bagdad, was arrested Jan. 1 at Bagdad Square and charged with DUI under aggravated circumstances, reckless driving, having an open alcoholic beverage container and no registration.     

  • Shelby girl tours nation with Broadway hit

     Ruby Lewis skipped baby steps and quickly went to giant leaps in her performance career.

      At just 3 or 4 years old, she started singing at United Methodist Church here in Shelbyville. In an interview with The Sentinel-News when she was just 12 years old, she said she hoped to one day sing and dance on Broadway.

  • Looking Back: Jan. 30, 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.

  • Police ask for help solving theft

    Shelbyville Police are asking for the public's help in locating a trailer that was stolen over the weekend on Washington Street.

    Shelbyville Police Officer Istvan Kovacs reported that between 5 p.m. Saturday and 5 p.m. on Sunday, someone stole a utility trailer by cutting the lock off the trailer, which was locked to a post.

    The trailer is described as a black 5 foot by 10 foot, 2006 “Carry-On.”

    The trailer has a winch attached, bearing a red and white banner which says, “We buys ATVs.”

  • O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, wherefore art thou, Christmas Tree?

    Everyone wants the perfect Christmas tree, right? It's a rite of passage for most Americans that sometime around Thanksgiving - maybe even weeks before - you get a tree, put it up and stare at it for weeks of celebration.

  • Retailers brace for holidays

    What do you get when you mix a lousy economy with the boxes, ribbons and bags of the holiday retail season?

    Becky Johnson is calling it "Christmas lite."

    Johnson, a mother of two, said she will still buy presents for her family this year, but the amount she spends will be significantly less.

    "My kids know to expect less under the tree this year," she said. "They know that we've got a budget, and we have to survive after holidays are over. But they're teenagers...so it's harder for them to accept."

  • Police and BBB warn of new scam

    A new type of scam involving text messages and cell phones has surfaced, and police want you to be alert for it.

    Istvan Kovacs, community resource officer at the Shelbyville Police Department, said that he first became aware of the scam when he received a text message recently on his cell phone that told him his bank account at a certain bank (not his) was temporarily locked, and to unlock it, he should call a certain phone number.

  • Obama's appointee comes from strong Marine lineage

    President-elect Barack Obama has recently nominated Marine Corps General James L. Jones, Jr. to be his National Security Advisor.

    In this position Jones will head the National Security Council, which has the function of advising and assisting the President on national security and foreign policies and coordinating these policies among various government agencies.

    His uncle, William K. "Bill" Jones, was a contemporary of mine in the Marine Corps.  And this is the story of the elder Jones.