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Today's News

  • Titans edge out North Bullitt for Thursday win

    A great team can come away with a win even when not being its best, and Collins boys’ basketball did just that on Thursday night in the 64-63 win over North Bullitt.

    Collins shot 45 percent from the floor, including just 25 percent from three, but the effort by senior forward Nick Fort was enough to allow the Titans (4-2) to pick up the win by a razor-thin margin.

    Fort hit eight of 12 shots from the floor and scored a game-high 18 points in the victory. He added 11 boards for the double-double.

  • Rockets fall at South Oldham

    The Shelby County girls’ basketball team’s rough start to the season continued over the weekend, in a pair of losses to Anderson County at home on Thursday and at South Oldham on Saturday.

    South Oldham 62, Shelby County 39

    With one player out with injury in point guard Macie Gowin and center Kaitlyn Disch on limited duty with an illness; the Rockets struggled to close over the final two quarters against the Dragons on Saturday.

  • Stone’s shot lifts Shelby over KCD

    While it took four full quarters of action for Shelby County boys’ basketball to secure its first three-pointer of the game on Tuesday night against Kentucky Country Day, Rockets senior guard Kyion Stone came through with the shot from behind the arc when it mattered.

    With five seconds remaining in a 47-all game and the ball in the Rockets’ possession, the Wildcats signaled for a timeout to set up its defense.

    In the process, the short break gave SCHS (2-4) time to formulate a simple but effective strategy.

  • Madison Central holds off Collins

    Playing one of the state’s top 15 teams is always tough challenge, but the Collins boys’ basketball showed Tuesday that it belongs in the conversation in a close loss to Madison Central.

    The Indians (5-0) came out the victors over the Titans (3-2) behind a strong first half effort that saw Madison pull out a 64-58 win when it was all over.

  • Slow start dooms Shelby County Tuesday

    Early turnovers by Shelby County girls’ basketball led to easy baskets for Spencer County at the other end of the floor and put the Rockets in a bind early on Tuesday night in Taylorsville.

    A quick 8-2 deficit left Shelby searching for answers, as the Bears rode the early advantage out to a 15-point district win, 68-43.

  • New distillery eyeing property in Waddy

     The Triple S Planning Commission will hold a public meeting on Tuesday as commissioners consider the development plan of another new distillery proposed for the county.

    The plan calls for a 30,000-square-foot distillery on 184 acres of agriculturally zoned property near Waddy. 

  • TRIPLE S PLANNING COMMISSION - Bike, Pedestrian plan gets hearing

     After spending much time perfecting the matter, the Triple S Planning Commission will host a public hearing regarding the Shelby County Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan when the commission convenes Tuesday for its regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Stratton Center, 215 Washington Street in Shelbyville.

  • Planting a new seed

     At 21 and 23 years old, Heather and Alli Veech may be young entrepreneurs, but they are eager to tackle their dream of opening a new restaurant on Main Street in Shelbyville.

    Located in the former Harvest Coffee and Cafébuilding, Bourbon Kitchen 524 is currently under the knife, getting a makeover that will change the dining experience in terms of both aesthetics and menu options.

    “We’re going to have breakfast, lunch and dinner,” Heather Veech said. “We’ll have a full caféwith the specialty coffee drinks.”

  • Unified Champions

    Collins and Shelby County high schools joined forces last week in an effort to unify their rivalry with another cross county matchup on the court.

    While the game was intense, it was all in good fun, said Kristen Kapp with Shelby County High School.

    “Us and Collins have become part of what’s called a Unified Schools Program,” she said, noting the program pairs up with the Special Olympics and helps bring athletic opportunities to high schools for special needs students.

  • SHELBY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD - District to discuss Shelby JCTCS property

     The Shelby County Board of Education will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Shelby County Area Technology Center for their final meeting of the calendar year and will discuss the district’s consideration of the purchase of KCTCS Shelby campus building and property.