A farm on Cropper Road was the scene of a murder investigation Tuesday morning, as police recovered the body a missing Oldham County woman.
“We were led to that location by the suspects who were charged with her murder, but we cannot say whether it’s her remains until they are positively identified at the medical examiner’s office in Louisville,” said Kentucky State Police Trooper Joshua Lawson of Post 5, Tuesday morning.
Football season may be nearing its conclusion, but the Shelby County Board of Education pulled off a quarterback sneak Thursday night that essentially resulted in a big victory for middle school students, principals and educators.
East Middle School principal Rebecca Martin and West Middle principal Lorri Stivers joined in a celebratory line of high fives and handshakes following the meeting to thank the board for its unexpected decision to amend the budget to allow the purchase of Chromebooks for students in grades six through eight for the current school year.
Cornerstone Christian Academy encourages regular mission and service projects throughout the school year at all grade levels. This Christmas, the elementary students, first through fifth grades, have chosen to collect items to fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
Black Friday is in full swing and shoppers all across the country are fighting crowds and lines for the best deals of the season. But if you are in the market for a live Christmas tree and some family memories, Shelby Christmas Tree Farm and Nursery can help you check those items off your list.
Yesterday Ron Stella of Anderson County and Vivek Sarin, CEO of Shelby Industries, officially opened their four-acre tree farm at 175 McDaniels Road, adjacent to Shelby Industries.