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Today's News

  • Anglin pleads guilty to embezzlement

    With a jury trial scheduled for next week, a former Shelby County Public Schools payroll manager charged with embezzling more than a half million dollars has pleaded guilty to the theft.

    Benita Anglin, who was arrested August 2014 two days after she was indicted for embezzling hundreds of thousands from the school district, had announced in late June that she would be working on a plea arrangement with prosecutors.

    However, Shelby County Commonwealth Attorney Laura Witt said that did not happen; instead Anglin made an open guilty plea in circuit court Monday.

  • Simmons pays restitution for embezzlement from parks

    A former Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks and Recreation employee, who was arrested in June 2015 after being indicted for theft from the Family Activity Center, has paid her restitution.

    After pleading guilty to a lesser charger on March 7, Heather Beth Simmons of Pleasureville, the former youth services director at for the park system, last week was ordered to pay back the sum of $8,926 to the parks system. Simmons paid the money back on June 15 out of the $10,000 cash bond she had put up when she was arrested.

  • KY 53 construction moved to 2019

     

  • Pilot recovering after crash landing at Waddy

    An Owen County pilot is in stable condition at the University of Kentucky Medical Center after a crash landing near a private airstrip in Waddy.

    Jules S. Roberie, 59, made an emergency landing near Miles Field, a private airstrip owned by Helen Patterson on Grubbs Lane, at about 5 p.m.

    When Roberie called 911 to tell them he had crashed and that he was injured, he wasn’t able to give them an exact location, said Waddy Fire Chief Darrell Brown.

    “He didn’t know where he was at,” said Brown.

  • GARNETT ‘NEWT’ NEWTON: SEPT. 4, 1930 TO AUG. 5, 2016

    It would seem the entire Bagdad community was in attendance Monday at Bagdad Baptist Church to pay final respects to a man so revered in the town, he was recognized as the unofficial mayor. No election was ever necessary.

  • Kentucky is ahead of CDC opioid recommendations

    New federal guidelines for treating pain are encouraging doctors to prescribe fewer narcotics, especially high-powered pain pills such as OxyContin and Vicodin.

    The Centers for Disease Control recently released an appeal to the medical community in what it termed an “urgent response” to an epidemic of overdose deaths in the United States.

  • JHS receives C rating

    Jewish Hospital Shelbyville recently earned a grade of C for patient safety through information comprised by Hospital Safety Score and while hospital officials say the information is useful, it’s not absolute.

  • Looking backward: Sept. 30, 2016

    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.

     

  • Kiwans donate to Clear Creek outdoor project
  • St. X continues region golf domination

    Both Collins and Shelby County high schools competed in the Region 6 boys’ golf tournament on Tuesday, with both finishing well behind winner St. Xavier and runner-up Trinity.

    Collins came in 10th place as a team, shooting a 342 and finishing 54 strokes behind St. X. The Titans’ top golfers were Jake Griffin, who led the team with an 83, and Cole Ruttinger who posted the second-best score with an 85. Jacob Felter (86), Tyler Zimmerman (88), and Jake Leonburger (97) rounded out the Collins’ golf team.