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Today's News

  • Collins splits with Spencer

    Collins baseball opened up its district play for the season with a two-game series against Spencer County, with each team trading wins on back-to-back nights.

    Each team showed its fighting spirit in the pair of contests, trading comeback wins on Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Collins 4, Spencer County 3

    An hour-long lightning delay could have derailed Collins chances of making a comeback against a visiting Spencer County team, but the Titans saw it through and rallied from down 3-0 after three innings to pick up the win.

  • Shelby tops Spencer County

    Shelby County softball has continued its hot streak with a pair of wins on Tuesday and Wednesday nights against a visiting Jeffersonville, Ind. team and at Spencer County, respectively.

    Shelby County 11, Spencer County 6

    Despite allowing Spencer County pitcher Elisabeth Huckleberry to pick up 17 strikeouts the top of Shelby County’s batting order pieced together enough hitting to defeat its district foe on Wednesday night.

  • Titans win in shootout

    Collins softball’s midweek games couldn’t have been more different in its first venture into district play, as the Titans were shutout by Spencer County on Tuesday before rebounding with a huge offensive effort and big win at Anderson County Wednesday.

    “We definitely hit the ball better against [Anderson] than we did against Spencer,” Titans coach Charlie LeCompte said.

    Collins 15, Anderson County 10

  • No argument, Collins debate team is tops

    Three Collins High School HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)students are eager to head to Texas this summer to compete at the International Leadership Conference.

    Juniors Jacob Hisle, Jerry Lancaster and Ryan Waford earned their bid after a first place finish in biomedical debate at the state leadership conference last month.

    Lancaster, the president of Collins chapter, said HOSA is a club open to anyone interested in the health and medical field.

  • JHS Wellness Affair Monday

     Jewish Hospital Shelbyville on Monday will host its 13th Women’s Wellness Affair.

    The annual event, benefiting the hospital’s teen volunteer scholarships, administered through the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation, will offer health education and include wine and food tastings, massages, giveaways and prizes.

    In addition, hospital volunteers will recognize four local women for their contributions to promote health and wellness.

  • Getting fit for the festival

     Shelbyville resident Sara Brewer and her aunt Sara Brewer, of Finchville, are gearing up for her first fitness competition, which is set for Saturday April 28 at the Galt House.

    "There’s actually two Sara Brewers, and we are actually related and we are both doing it,” said Sara Brewer of Shelbyville, and they know it’s unusual to have the same name.

    “It’s really strange," she said with a laugh.

  • TRIPLE S PLANNING COMMISSION - Housing development resumes on Discovery

     A development off Discovery Boulevard is regaining steam after an eight-year hiatus.

    The Catalpagreen Development stalled and sat stagnant after previous developers defaulted with the economic downturn.

    Engineer Kerry Magan, representing the development, noted the commissioners previously reviewed the plan about a decade ago when it was in the hands of a different owner.

  • Earth Day celebration Saturday at Red Orchard

    Earth Day 2018

    WHAT: Eco-friendly activities, games, food, exhibits, booths for all family members.

    WHEN: 10 a.m.- 1 p.m., Saturday, rain or shine

    WHERE: Red Orchard Park, 704 Kentucky St., Shelbyville

    MORE INFO: 633-5059

    Tomorrow Shelby County will celebrate Earth Day with a wide array of activities at Red Orchard Park.

  • Local fashions featured at Louisville fashion show
  • Hepatitis A outbreak draws concern

     

    This year, there have been 241 cases of Hepatitis A in Louisville, a dramatic increase from the two to four cases in an average year. 

    Although the outbreak has not reached Shelby County, North Central District Health Department Environmental Director Dave Cammack says residents of Shelby County should take precautions to protect themselves.