Today's News

  • Cornerstone takes 9th at FLW tourney

    Juniors Doug Jesse and Jake Thornbury put Cornerstone Christian Academy fishing on the map over the weekend, taking ninth-place as a pair at a Fishing League Worldwide event Saturday.

    The tournament, held at Douglas Lake in Sevierville, Tenn., had some tough conditions according to the anglers, which presented itself in the practice round leading up to the start of the event.

  • Rockets look to grow on courts

    Shelby County’s tennis teams are heading in different directions moving into the 2018 season, as the boys teams have a good mix of experience and youth while the girls’ squad has some growing to do out on the courts.

    With five seniors headlining this year’s boys’ team, the Rockets are looking to make an impact in the regular season and have athletes advance to the region tournament.

  • Collins boys’ tennis looking at peak year

    While the Collins girls’ tennis team will be sporting some new faces once the season opens, the boys team has a loaded schedule and seasoned roster that will hopefully pay off come postseason time in May.

    The girls’ team will have a complete revamp from last season’s team, with its No. 1 doubles team departing due to graduation.

    Titan girls’ coach John Davis says the team will return just two players from last season’s team.

  • SHELBY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD - Tensions high regarding SB-1

     Shelby County Public Schools Superintendent James Neihof kicked off Thursday’s school board meeting with a discussion regarding Senate Bill 1.

  • New school to be named for Marnel Moorman

    On Thursday, the Shelby County Board of Education voted in favor of naming the district’s new Preschool-8th grade school for former Shelby County teacher and Kentucky Education Association President Marnel Moorman.

    Ryan Allan, the district’s public relation coordinator, said the naming committee, made up of students, board members, administrators and members of the community, worked for several weeks to come up with their recommendation. 

  • Collins hosts VEX state tournament

     Collins High School hosted the Kentucky State High School Vex Robotics Championship over the weekend and saw 44 teams vie for a slot in the VRC World Championship, which will be in Louisville next month.  The district sent seven teams into the competition, with six from Collins and one from Shelby County. The competition requires student teams to build a robot to perform different tasks.

    The placements were:



    3217A –10

    3217G – 19

    3217D – 20

  • Two dead in double shooting

    Shelbyville Police continues to investigate a shooting that occurred Monday on Hunting Hills Drive off Smithfield Road in which two people died.

    The shooting happened shortly after 2 p.m. when Shelbyville Police say a woman died of gunshot wounds. A juvenile girl later died of gunshot wounds after being transported to University Hospital. The woman, Julia Cash-Owens, 65, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

    Neighbors of the family expressed horror and disbelief at the tragedy.

  • Man dies after being hit by train

    A Shelby County man died from injuries sustained when he was hit by a train last week, police said.

    Shelby County Sheriff’s Detective Mark Moore said that Stephen N. Rosegetter, 27, of Shelbyville, was discovered deceased by Norfolk Southern Railroad employees on the tracks Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m.

    Although he was taken for an autopsy immediately, investigators were not able to tell who he was until Tuesday.

    “He had no I.D. on him,” said Moore.

  • Touched Twice next weekend

     Touched Twice Clinic

    WHEN:Saturday March 17 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    WHERE:First Baptist Church, 1516 Midland Trail

    COST: FREE event, open to the community

    WHAT: Dental and medical services, food & more


    Whether it’s a warm meal, warm coat or just warm hug, those in need are encouraged to visit First Baptist Church next weekend for the 9th Touched Twice Clinic.

  • Brammer to be inducted in Journalism Hall of Fame

    Jack Brammer, a veteran reporter who launched his career in the newspaper industry at The Sentinel-News more than 40 years ago, will be inducted in the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame this year.

    “It’s an honor after all of these years of being in the daily journalism,” he said, noting he’s enjoyed covering stories about Shelby County as well as those impacting the entire state.