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Today's News

  • Good ole' days

    The clients at Crescent Place Assisted Living having fun breaking beans and reminiscing about the good old days were (from left) Gladys Moss, Lois Miller, Peggy Catlett, Jackie Stucker and Bill Hundley.

  • Engagement: Wiley-Iceman

    Susan and James Ray Wiley of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter, Candice Wiley of Shelbyville to Daniel Iceman of Louisville. He is the son of Lisa and Dan Iceman of Louisville.

    Candice is a 2009 graduate of Shelby County High School and 2013 graduate of the University of Louisville where she played golf. She received her master’s degree in 2015 from the University of Louisville and will begin teaching health and P.E. at Eminence Independent Schools in the fall.

  • Birth: Sensabaugh daughter

    LouAnn and Donnie Sensabaugh of Shelby County announce the birth of their third child, daughter, on March 5, 2015, at Baptist East. She has been named Maggie Ann Sensabaugh. She was born at 11:04 a.m., weighing 9 pounds 12 ounces and was 22 inches long. She has two older brothers, Chase, 10 and Owen, 3.

    Grandparents are Marie Wright of Bagdad, Linda and James Sensabaugh of Hodgenville, Don and Diana McMillin of Duluth, Minn.

    Great-grandparents are Annie Boone and Don McMillin Sr.

  • 50th anniversary: William E. and Nancy Smith

    William E. and Nancy Smith of Rushville, Ind.have been married for 50 years. The couple was married on July 17, 1965 at First Baptist Church, Shelbyville.

  • Datebook: July 29, 2015

    This week
    Rocket service day
    The Shelby County High School Rockets will have service days for students. Senior service day will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today to receive parking permits, and get senior portraits, gap and gown information for graduation from Balfour. Junior service day will be 9 a.m. to noon on July 30 to get parking permits and lockers.
    Publisher computer class at JCTC

  • One stop shopping

    Imagine a farmers market where you can shop for vegetables and other items indoors in air-conditioned comfort – an appealing idea considering the recent heat wave.

    But that’s just the tip of the iceberg, said Cheryl Clark, who owns the building where the market is located in Pleasureville, along with her husband, Danny.

    That’s because the building not only contains the market, but also a restaurant and gift shop, she said.

  • Trumbo recovering well after tractor accident

    Recuperating from a horrifying farming accident, which happened just three months after escaping from his burning home with only the clothes on his back, Jack Trumbo says the only way to go is up.

    “It’s wonderful to be alive,” he said.

  • Reduce, reuse, reward

    Students at Southside Elementary have been beautifying the exterior of their new school, cleaning up the environment beyond their fresh walls with hopes to clean up Mother Earth one recyclable item at a time – and their efforts are not going unnoticed.

    The school has been named a top state collector of hair care, skin care and cosmetic product packaging for the Personal Care and Beauty Brigade, a recycling program established by Garnier and TerraCycle.

  • On campus: July 24, 2015

    Area students were among 327 members of the class of 2015 who graduated from Centre College at the 192nd Commencement ceremony in May. This year's class included multiple national award winners, as well as an ROTC commission. Local students were:

  • Kentucky insects at Clear Creek Elementary