Today's News

  • Titans shell Shelby 49-7

    The new rivalry began with a rout.

    Collins shellacked Shelby County 49-7 in the first meeting between the two Shelbyville public high schools – one new, one old – Friday night in front of an overflow crowd at Titans Stadium.

  • More answers about Collins

    Collins High School remains on schedule, with nearly 80 percent of the construction complete.

    And with that in mind, the district provided some answers to several parents, students and community members on Tuesday with its second Collins Family Night.

    At the Shelby County High School auditorium, Collins Principal Anthony Hatchell took the time to share some information about the school and some of its new hires.

  • Mount Eden gets new fire truck

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  • School board frees up money

    The Shelby County Board of Education was able to free up some money for other projects at Thursday's meeting.

    After updating the finance application for Collins High School at its meeting July 8 and adding $2.3 million back into the building fund, the board was able to move the funding of the Collins Athletic Complex from the general fund to the building fund. That also includes the recent building change orders to remove unsuitable soils from the parking lots of the school and baseball/softball fields.

  • EARLIER: New school boundaries drawn

    We now have a clearer picture of which students will attend Martha Layne Collins when it opens next summer.

    School officials have outlined the attendance boundaries for the separation of students between Collins and Shelby County High School. and they may look somewhat familiar.

    If you live in the West Middle School District, you would go to Collins. In you live in the East Middle School District, you would go to SCHS.

  • EARLIER: School rezoning: Another change

    Following discussions during an open forum Thursday, at least some parents have a better understanding of the reasons and impact behind the school attendance area redistricting for 2010-11.

    And it appears school administrators benefited from the forum as well.

  • Four get WOW awards

        Each month, the Shelby County School system honors selected employees for exceptional performances. At Thursday night’s

  • Boys soccer: Regular season ends as it began for Titans, Rockets

    Shelby County and Collins wrapped up their first regular seasons last Thursday with the second match between the boys’ soccer programs, and host Collins won on senior night, 5-0, to send both teams to the 16th District tournament.

    These teams’ matches book-ended their seasons, with Collins winning the first, 11-3, on Aug. 17 to open the regular season.

  • School Board District 1: Doug Butler

    Incumbent school board member Doug Butler has his eyes fixed squarely on the goals for Shelby County Public Schools.

    Butler, who took over in 2007 when Paul Goodlett resigned from the board, wants to continue pushing the district to reach those goals set here and nationally.

    "I want to continue to be a part of a great public school system that puts children first on the path to excellence," he said. "I believe in giving back to Shelby County by serving in this community that I so much respect and enjoy."

  • CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Bypass construction progressing at steady pace

    Construction on the Shelbyville Bypass has been continuing at a steady pace for the past two months following a meeting in Frankfort in mid-August between contractors and state officials.

    Andrea Clifford, public information officer for the Transportation Cabinet's District 5, said Friday that she is not sure how many working days are left on the contract now, but that at this time, much of the concrete paving has been completed.