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Today's News

  • Chamber offers another taste

    Taste & Tunes, the annual eating and listening event sponsored by the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce, is back Monday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.

    The event is a fundraiser for the chamber, with gates opening and food ready at 5 p.m. Tickets are $20, with children 10 and under are free with a paying adult.

    This is the third time in the 26-year history of the event that is will be held at the fairgrounds after a long run as Taste of Shelby at Claudia Sanders Dinner House.

  • Arrests made in several burglaries

    The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office has made several arrests in connection with thefts that occurred during the summer in Shelby County, including some metal thefts and a couple of break-ins in the Simpsonville area, including a burglary at Premier Stables in which a cherished horse show ring was stolen.

    Danny Mills Jr., 28, of Simpsonville is charged with second-degree burglary in the Premier Stables break-in that occurred Aug. 27.

  • News briefs: Sept. 7, 2012

    General Assembly sets

    schedule for next session

    State Sen. Paul Hornback (R-Shelbyville) and state Rep. Brad Montell (R-Shelbyville) can set their schedules for early next year.

    The 2013 regular session of the Kentucky General Assembly is scheduled to begin on Jan. 8 and will last 30 legislative days.

  • Titans slam Spencer, clinch regular season title & top seed for soccer district

    The newly-sixth-ranked Collins boys’ soccer team slammed host Spencer County, 7-1, Tuesday night in Taylorsville to clinch the regular-season district title and the top seeding in next month’s 30th District Tournament.

    The Titans (7-0-1, 3-0) tallied five times in the first 17 minutes on their way to an easy victory. Their first goal came in the fifth minute, when Chris Shuck headed home Mark Lanham’s corner kick.

  • Up, up and away – all day, every day

    Tuesday was another typical day for Collins senior Logan Bailey.

    It began with a drive to Frankfort in the morning for the first part of his school day, then it was back to Shelbyville in the afternoon for classes at Collins.

    After school it was football practice. Then after that it was back in the car (as his mother, Leigh, drove) so he could do his best Clark Kent impersonation – changing into his soccer uniform – and eat a drive-thru dinner before arriving in Taylorsville for a soccer match. 


  • Another tall test for the Titans

    The Collins football team has already played a pair of Class 6A teams, and one 4A traditional power, this season, but the Titans may face their toughest-test yet tonight.

    That’s when Collins will head down Shelbyville Road to take on Eastern at 7:30. The Eagles are ranked sixth in 6A in this week’s Associated Press poll.

  • Rockets hope for positive impact

    Despite last week’s disappointing, 35-34 loss to Anderson County, there were plenty of positives for Shelby County football coach Todd Shipley.

  • Titans beat Bears for 1st time

    TAYLORSVILLE – The Collins girls’ soccer team continued its hot start to the season Tuesday night.

    The Titans topped host Spencer County, 3-2, in a 30th District match in Taylorsville.

    It was Collins’ first victory over the Bears in the program’s brief history. Spencer County beat the Titans twice in 2010 and two more times last season, including 6-0 in the district tournament.

    “They beat us in districts last year, so this is pretty awesome,” senior midfielder Shelby Vogel said.

  • Ag Report: Sept. 7, 2012

    Emergency grazing program extended in Shelby County

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a 2-month extension for emergency grazing on Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres, freeing up forage and feed for ranchers as they look to recover from this challenging time. This includes land owners in Shelby County.

  • Ag Report: Sept. 7, 2012

    Emergency grazing program extended in Shelby County

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a 2-month extension for emergency grazing on Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres, freeing up forage and feed for ranchers as they look to recover from this challenging time. This includes land owners in Shelby County.