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Today's News

  • After 29 days, 12 innings, Floyd Knobs wins

    It took almost a month, but a champion was finally crowned in the 32nd annual Shelbyville American Legion Invitational baseball tournament.

    Floyds Knobs (Ind.) outlasted Shelbyville American Legion Post 37, 7-6, in 12 innings in the final – a game that was rained out June 17, suspended by rain Saturday and finished up Monday night at Clear Creek Park.

    Floyds Knobs Post 42 took home the trophy by plating two runs in the top of the 12th and holding Post 37 to only one in the bottom of the inning.

  • Scott pitcher too perfect to overcome

    A rematch against South Lexington in the final of the 2012 East Kentucky Cal Ripken 11-year-old State Tournament would’ve been a perfect ending for the Shelby County all-star baseball team.

    However Scott County’s Aram Kumar had other ideas.

    Kumar pitched a perfect game to beat Shelby County, 7-0, Sunday in the losers’ bracket final at Suffoletta Park in Georgetown.

  • 8-year-olds finish 2nd in machine-pitch tourney

    The Shelby County 8-year-old machine-pitch all-star baseball team finished second in the 2012 state tournament this past weekend. 

    Shelby County won its first two games of the tournament, lost its third, then won its fourth before falling to Kenton County, 7-6, in the state championship game in Nicholasville.

    Shelby beat Louisa, 2-1, in seven innings Saturday morning before topping Big Sandy, 11-5, later in the day. Kenton County beat Shelby, 7-2, Sunday before Shelby bounced back to beat Martin County, 10-9, thanks to a 7-run sixth inning.

  • Shelby cruises into title game

    Shelby County 10-year-old Cal Ripken All-Stars Coach Mike Stoner said he had faith in Blake Palmer.

    Though his starting pitcher had cruised through the first four innings of the winners’ bracket final of the 2012 East Kentucky State Tournament on Monday night at Clear Creek Park, he ran into trouble in the fifth.

    But as Shelby County’s 9-2 lead was whittled to two runs, Stoner never wavered in leaving Palmer on the mound.

    “I was going to run with him,” he said.

  • It’s on to regional tournament

    The Shelby County 9-year-old Cal Ripken All-Star Team played for a state championship Tuesday night knowing that it had already earned a spot in the national regional tournament.

    Shelby County, which lost its first game of the 2012 East Kentucky State Tournament to host South Lexington, 19-5, Saturday at Shillito Park in Lexington, bounced back to win four consecutive games over Sunday and Monday to earn a rematch with South Lexington in Tuesday night’s final.

  • Shelbyville Horse 2012 Show Jubilee events

    Kickoff breakfast

    The Shelbyville Horse Show Jubilee kick off breakfast will be at 7:30 a.m. July 26 at Undulata Farm. Ann-Blair Thornton, 2011 Miss Kentucky, will be the keynote speaker. Tickets are available at the offices at 316 Main St. in Shelbyville.

     

    Jubilee youth art reception

  • EARLIER: Triple S delays outlet mall call

    Residents and developers will have to wait until August to see if the Triple S Planning Commission will recommend a zone change that will allow a planned outlet mall on the south side of Interstate 64 in Simpsonville.
    More than 100 people showed for the public hearing portion of the planning and zoning meeting, and although a few showed support for the Horizon Group’s planned 50-acre and 363,000 square-foot development, most were there to voice their concerns.

  • News briefs: July 18, 2012

    Heat warnings return

    but Thursday could cool

    Just when we were getting some relief from the heat, it’s back.

    The  National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory Tuesday for the western two-thirds of Kentucky. Heat indices from 100 to 105 degrees were possible.

    And they will continue to be high today. Those working outdoors are encouraged to take precautions.

  • MY WORD: A student who learned her lessons

    There is nothing routine about people who save lives. We call them "heroes." Whitney M. Young Job Corps students and staff give on a regular basis the gift of life via their Red Cross Blood Drive, hosted by the Student Government Association.  If you, a family member or friend ever needed a blood transfusion, then you understand every pint of blood counts. The students enjoy giving blood and helping their neighbor. 

  • Sentinel-News wins 9 awards in LCNI contest

    The Sentinel-News has won nine awards – including five first-place awards, more than any newspaper in its class – in the annual judging among Landmark Community Newspapers.

    Staff Writer Todd Martin and Editor Steve Doyle each won two first-place citations, and Staff Writer Lisa King took another in the judging among semiweekly and triweekly newspapers for content published in 2011. LCNI owns 63 newspapers nationally.