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Today's News

  • School menus: May 9 to 13, 2016

    Monday

    Elementary schools– Breakfast: Breakfast Wrap (14g) w/Salsa (3.78g), WG Blueberry Muffin (28g), Fresh Apple (25g); Entrées: Pepperoni Pizza Pocket (35g), Mini Corn Dogs (30g); Sides: Peas (13g), Cooked Carrots (8.38g), Fresh Apple (25g), Orange Smiles (22g), Peach Slices (14g), Blue Razz Juice (14g); Condiments: Ketchup (2g), Mustard (0g)

  • Light for Cornerstone

    In cooperation with Shelby Energy Cooperative, Provision Concepts and volunteers, Cornerstone Christian Academy was able to install much-needed parking lot lights on our campus. Shelby Energy Cooperative workers Gary Warford and Brandon Keaton brought light to campus.

  • SCTC student/citizen of month

    Students enrolled at the Shelby County Area Technology Center who have received the Student of the Month for April, which is a student who is exemplary in the academic areas of the classroom, were: math/English, Mckenzie Reed; industrial maintenance, Karrie Monroe; machine tool, Monquiez Reed; automotive, Aaron Adams; information technology, Justin Tuttle; health science, Katie Coulter; health science, Leah Edlin; health science informatics, Alyssa Roberts; business, Elizabeth Cook

  • Church news: May 6, 2016

     

  • Laying the groundwork

    University of Kentucky Extension commercial vegetable specialist Ty Cato (left) and James Williamson inspect the plastic put down for tomato production at Williamson’s farm in Bagdad. Cato was hosting a commercial vegetable production field day.

  • Looking back: May 6, 2016

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

  • My Marine Corps Journal 1937-42, Part 7: Rebel Haitian pays price for mutilating Puller’s friend

    February 20, 1938

    After the last class on Friday, I left with A. J. Stuart on my way to N.Y. It was a beautiful day. We took the skyline route to the Holland Tunnel, under the Hudson to N.Y. “Jeb” drove up Riverside Drive on his way to Boston, letting me off at about 50th St. There at seven P.M. I landed in the Big City. I took a bus to Broadway and walked down that famous street to Times Square. I was certainly not disappointed at the electric signs there. It was as light as day on the great white way. Had my first glimpse of the famous Wrigley sign.

  • Putnam gets June court date

    Terry Putnam, the Simpsonville Police officer arrested Jan. 7 in connection with the November robbery of the police department, has received another court date for June 6.

    Putnam received the new date at a disposition hearing in Shelby Circuit Court Monday.

  • Students receive first degree

    Students from the Shelby county FFA chapter received their first degree – the Greenhand. The 19 students were Justin England, Alexis Perry, Lillie Wood, Lexis Chadwell, Jessica Edington, Britney Cox, Paul Nethery, Cameron Brown, Zachary Delk, William Stivers and Jacob Cox. Students not pictured are Christopher Dean, Travis Allen, Brandon Colyer, Victoria Wilson, Renee Stohlmann,Tyler Redden, Brittany Pagel, Rae Deckert.

  • ‘Every Drop Matters’