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Today's News

  • Crazy about Claus

    Joe "Santa" Picinni knows whether every kid in Shelby County has been naughty or nice, because he's got 1,800 sets of eyes to help him keep track.

    While it's true that those belong to toy Santas, Christmas magic is pretty powerful stuff, especially around the Picinni household in Reindeer, er, that is, Fairway Crossing.

  • Last minute deals

    If you find yourself among the many last minute shoppers, frantically buzzing across town, praying to get your list checked twice by tonight, your procrastination may actually save you a bit of money.

    As you are trying to fill the gaps under your tree, stores like Rural King are trying to make room on their shelves.

  • Shelbyville City Council: Park system shares expansion plans

    Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks and Recreation director Shawn Pickens presented to the Shelbyville City Council updates regarding current projects underway, during Thursday’s final meeting of the year.

  • Roll Forming top JHS in food drive

    It’s the third year in a row that two local Shelbyville businesses, Jewish Hospital and Roll Forming Corporation, have sponsored a friendly competition for a food drive prior to the holiday season, said Ray Leathers, president and CEO of Roll Forming.

  • New owner moves into Habitat house

    Shannin Blake and her three children will be spending Christmas in their new home on Ardmore Lane, courtesy of Shelby County Habitat for Humanity.

    “This is a dream come true,” Blake said tearfully on Thursday when she signed papers of ownership and took possession of her key.

    Blake, who has been living with her parents, Brenda and Jim Hall of Shelbyville, in their basement, for the past year, is a direct support professional at Cedar Lake Lodge in La Grange.

    She is a single mom with three teenagers, Kendra, 17, Garrison, 15, and James, 13.

  • Shelbyville man arrested after police chase

    A Shelby County man is behind bars after being arrested following a police chase across two counties.

    Terry West, 25, of Shelbyville, was arrested early Sunday morning in Anderson County by Kentucky State Police, who joined in the pursuit to assist Shelbyville Police.

    Christopher Martin, spokesperson for KSP, said West had left the scene of a robbery and domestic violence assault in a 1990 Ford pickup truck. When police tried to apprehend him, he fled across the county line.

  • Crash near Waddy shuts down I-64

    I-64 was shut down for about an hour Friday afternoon after a crash near Waddy.

    Three people were airlifted to the University of Louisville with what turned out to be non-lifethreatening injuries, said Shelby County Sheriff's Deputy Jeremy Younger.

    Troy Maupin, 44, Kayla Ashley and Joseph Sewell, both 24, all of Frankfort, were injured when a vehicle they were towing began to sway, Younger said.

  • Community Christmas huge success

    “It was just outstanding, everything went smooth as silk, but we never could have done it without the help of all our wonderful volunteers and sponsors.”

  • County approves sheriff and county clerk's budget

    The Shelby County Fiscal Court approved both the sheriff and the county clerk's budgets at its regular meeting Tuesday morning, and both were very similar to those submitted for 2014.

    The Shelby County Clerk’s Budgets for 2015 is $10,450,160, compared to $10,170,805 in 2014.

  • TRIPLE S PLANNING COMMISSION _–Rut N’ Strut moves forward with approval

    The Triple S Planning Commission approved an agricultural plat and a development plan for Rut N’ Strut Distillery when the commission met Tuesday evening at the Stratton Center.

    The plat approval included a waiver request for a reduction in the front yard setback from 100 to 40 feet. Kerry Magan, who presented the plat and development plans to the commission explained that the waiver was for a road surrounding the proposed barrel barns and will be used sparingly.