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Today's News

  • Identity of human remains still a mystery

     

  • Restaurant owner claims innocence

    With an investigation still in the wings and no details forthcoming as yet from law enforcement, the owner of a local Chinese restaurant says that not only is that situation wrecking his business, but it’s all unwarranted.

    “No people, no people,” said Fei Zhuo Tang, shaking his head forlornly as he glanced around his empty restaurant, Asian Buffet, located on Howard Drive off Taylorsville Road in Shelbyville.

  • Bringing warmth to a cold tragedy

    In the wake of last week’s tragic high school shooting, Rebecca Jew is hoping to blanket Marshall County in comfort.

    As Project Linus Chapter Coordinator for Shelby County, Jew is helping organizing a national collection aimed at providing each of Marshall County High School students with a new, hand stitched blanket.

  • Shelter back open after canine flu

    A month into new management, the animal shelter is settling into a new routine.

    “Things are going well,” said Tracie Lennon, CEO of the Shelby County Humane Society. “There were a few bumps when we first started. We’re working well with Janet, we’re just working through the transition and we’ve had no major problems.”

    Shelby County Deputy Judge-Executive Janet Cuthrell said that since the Shelby County Humane Society took over the county’s animal shelter at the first of the year, things have been running smoothly.

  • That’s the spirit

     

  • Spencer County eliminates Collins

    Too many turnovers and not enough scoring doomed Collins girls’ basketball’s chances of advancing to the 30th District Tournament title game on Tuesday night, as the Titans took a tough 47-35 loss to Spencer County in a grind-it-out type of game.

    Closing out halves proved to be a serious challenge for Collins, who combined for just 10 points as a team in the second and fourth quarters.

  • Feltner’s perfect night leads Titans

    With both Shelby County and Collins looking to secure a trip to the 30th District Championship game and the 8th Region tournament, the Titans used a perfect night of basketball from Titans guard Jacob Feltner to end Shelby’s season on Monday night.

    Behind a scorcher of a second half, Collins shook off a strong interior effort from the Rockets and handed SCHS a 76-53 loss.

    Feltner led the way for Collins, totaling 20 points on a 9-for-9 shooting by attacking the basket to help push the Titans’ lead into double-digits in the third and fourth quarters.

  • Anderson rolls through Shelby

    Too big, too fast, too strong.

    These are the only ways to put into words what Anderson County girls’ basketball did to Shelby County on Monday night in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament.

    Anderson led from the opening tip-off, only increasing its lead through the rest of the game and heading to the district championship game on the back of a 66-29 win over the host Rockets.

  • PGA junior league signups open

    This season, the Professional Golf Association junior league in Kentucky will expand to nine Louisville-area courses, including a pair in Shelbyville.

    Clear Creek Executive Golf Course and Weissinger Hills Golf Course will join 7 Louisville-area courses in the league, with signups available now.

  • Accident closes one lane on I-64

    The Kentucky State Police have one lane shut down on I-64 eastbound at Exit 32 due to a one-vehicle accident that happened around 3:30 p.m. The driver was taken to the hospital with nonlifethreatening injuries, police say.