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Today's News

  • County restructures animal shelter again

    It’s no joke that on April 1, after nearly two years, efforts to restructure the operation of the county’s animal shelter have come full circle.
    The animal shelter is back under the operation of the county, and this time, there will be a few changes on the horizon, and all for the better, said Shelby County Judge-Executive Dan Ison.

  • Panhandlers may be lying, police say

    Perhaps you’ve seen an occasional person standing around on a street corner holding up a homemade sign asking for help.
    And while officials say Shelby County doesn’t have a big problem, they do note that many are not honest.
    “We get numerous complaints from people saying somebody is out here doing this or that,” Shelby County Sheriff’s Detective Mark Moore said.
    One man in particular has been seen standing out in front of Walmart next to Wendy’s restaurant, and most recently, at interstate ramps, Moore said.

  • Sister queens

    Waddy sisters Hailey and Mary Lynn Pawley were recently crowned Kentucky queens at a Pure International Pageants state event earlier this month.

    A junior at Shelby County High School Junior, Hailey Elizabeth Pawley (17) said she has been doing pageants for about five years and her little sister, Shelby County High School 8th Grader, Mary Lynn Pawley (14) followed in her footsteps shortly after that.

    While they’ve both earned crowns in various local pageants through the years, the girls said their new titles are the highest they’ve earned so far.

  • TRIPLE S PLANNING COMMISSION - More housing planned around Discovery Boulevard

    While development stalled and sat stagnant for quite some time in the area, dirt is finally moving again around Discovery Boulevard.

    On Tuesday, the Triple S Planning Commission will consider the preliminary plat for 24 lots for single-family dwellings on 15 acres.

  • SHELBY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - Updates on Marnel Moorman School presented

     On Thursday, members of the Shelby County Board of Education took another look at the plans for the Marnel Moorman School being developed south of Collins High School on Discovery Boulevard.  Architects with Studio Kremer recapped some of the previously presented information and provided more finalized details as the project comes to fruition.

    Architects shared the school would be a long building with a slight step down to flow with the decline in landscape.

  • Local fashions featured at Louisville fashion show
  • 1993: Boy Scout saves his father’s life

     

    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at gjennings@sentinelnews.com.

  • Church News - April 20, 2018

    Bethesda Church of God

    Sunday School is 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship at 10:30 a.m., Sunday Evening Worship 5 p.m. Wednesday Evening Bible Study is at 7 p.m. The pastor is Joshua Nunley. For more information, call (502) 647-7500. Located at 2246 Taylorsville Road.

     

    Bible Study Fellowship

  • Rockets sweep Anderson County

    Shelby County baseball picked up its first two district wins in back-to-back fashion, as the Rockets swept Anderson County in a pair of games this week.

    Shelby County 5, Anderson County 1

    SCHS picked up its second win over Anderson in as many days on Wednesday, using another solid pitching performance en route to a 5-1 win over the Bearcats.

    Junior Caleb Collins went seven innings on the bump while tossing a two-hitter, allowing one earned run and fanning seven AC batters.

  • Collins splits with Spencer

    Collins baseball opened up its district play for the season with a two-game series against Spencer County, with each team trading wins on back-to-back nights.

    Each team showed its fighting spirit in the pair of contests, trading comeback wins on Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Collins 4, Spencer County 3

    An hour-long lightning delay could have derailed Collins chances of making a comeback against a visiting Spencer County team, but the Titans saw it through and rallied from down 3-0 after three innings to pick up the win.