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Today's News

  • Collins, SC battle heat to prep for season

    While head coaches from the Collins and Shelby County football teams have different philosophies on the time of day their teams practice, both agree on one thing: proper hydration.

    “The key for us is properly hydrating our kids,” SCHS coach Todd Shipley said. “We always have water available for our kids, and we preach to them to start drinking water early in the morning.”

  • Post 37 goes 1-2 at Great Lakes regional tourney

    Shelbyville Post 37 couldn’t capitalize on a comeback win, and fell 12-2 in the second round of the loser’s bracket at the Great Lakes Regional in Edwardsville, Ill. Friday.

    After Shelbyville held off Pickerington, Ohio, for a 12-11 win Thursday, one bad inning sunk Shelby’s chances Friday.

    Bay City, Mich., scored eight runs on 10 hits in a dominating third inning, as Shelbyville fell, Mich. The offensive explosion put Bay City up 9-0.

  • A complete season

    Although it may not have ended the way they would have liked at the regional in Edwardsville, Ill., Shelbyville has plenty of reasons to be proud of Post 37’s season.

    A third state title in six seasons is nothing to shake a stick at, and coach J.R. Wiley did a fantastic job of getting his team to play at its full potential this season.

    First, the pitching for Post 37 was outstanding this season, and helped Shelby lift another state championship.

  • BACK TO SCHOOL SHOPPING – From tacky to techy

    Teachers made out their lists and parents have checked them twice as they gear up for the second busiest shopping season of the year: back to school.

    Store shelves have been filled with classroom necessities like composition notebooks and No. 2 pencils but what really gets kids excited about back to school shopping are those trendy new items adorned with designs that just scream their names.

  • SHELBY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Governor’s Scholars to be recognized

    The Shelby County Board of Education will recognize students that earned Governor’s Scholar distinction with a dinner and reception prior to the board meeting on Thursday.  The board will honor the scholars during the meeting at 7 p.m., as well.  Both the ceremony and dinner will be held at the Blair Center, 728 Ginkgo Drive.

  • SHELBYVILLE CITY COUNCIL Tax rate to be considered

    The Shelbyville City Council will hear the first reading on the 2016 ad valorem tax rate Thursday when it convenes at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, 315 Washington Street.  Shelbyville Mayor Tom Hardesty said Tuesday afternoon he was not certain what the recommendation would be yet.

    “We are still trying to get a few figures from the PVA office,” he said. “We don’t have an idea of what to recommend yet.”

  • Single-engine plane crashes Sunday in Waddy

    A single-engine airplane crashed at takeoff in Waddy Sunday afternoon after suffering from engine trouble.

    The pilot, who officials say was conscious at the scene, was taken to the University of Kentucky hospital, and according to Shelby County dispatch suffered minor injuries. Officials have not released the pilot’s name or the plane’s number.

    The incident happened at Miles Field, a private airstrip in Waddy located in the 600 block of Grubbs Lane.

    The FAA will be on the scene in Shelby County on Monday to investigate the crash.

  • Horse Show a hit with crowd

    With a forecast of potential – but scattered – thunderstorms, officials at the Shelbyville Horse Show held their breath, fearing a repeat of the storm that nearly wrecked last year’s opening night.

    But it was a horse of a different color Wednesday, as the weather cooperated in a big way, said show officials.

    “Everything fell into place, the weather turned out to be very nice,” said show manager R.H. Bennett.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports

    DUI

    Justino N. Carreno, 58, of 306 B St. was arrested May 28 at B Street and Marshall Court and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a vehicle and operating a vehicle on an expired license.

    Ralios C. Gaspar, 34, of 304 Frankfort Road was arrested May 28 on Main Street and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, careless driving and no operator’s license.

  • Post 37 drops opener at Great Lake Regional

    Things were quiet in Shelbyville Post 37’s first Great Lakes Regional game until the top of the sixth inning.

    After five innings of offensive stalemate between Shelby and Beloit, Wis., the Midwest squad exploded for 6 runs, putting Post 37 in a deep hole.

    “Things just kind of snowballed on us,” coach J.R. Wiley said. “One bad inning did us in. They got a hit here, and a hit there, and we’re down six runs after six innings.”