Today's News

  • Court report: April 1, 2011

  • April calendar


    April 4-8 - Spring Break, no school

    April 14 - Kindergarten Registration and Screening 5:30-7:30 p.m. at six elementary schools. Bring child, child's birth certificate, Social Security card and two proofs of residency

    April 14 - Young Leaders Institute (sophomores from both high schools) Economic Development Day and graduation luncheon

    April 14 - Special School Board meeting 7 p.m.

  • Aviation top honors

  • Painted Stone BETA Membership

    Members of the Painted Stone BETA Club are (front row, from left) Jay Becherer, Lindsay Creque, Grant Early, Meredith Gaither, Bryce Glass, Rachel Goodwin, Jake Griffin, Lauren Mackey, Nathan Vegh, Jake Waford, Mason Warren; and (back row) Brandan Maharrey, Lucy Mathis, Abby Mattingly, Stuart Murphy, Mathew Munsterman, Myriah Robinson, Shannon Robinson, Emily Goss, Bianca Saucedo, Bobby Shaver, Jackson Stewart, Zack Stucker and Brianna Taylor. Connor Bohannon was not available for the picture.

  • 'Fancy; night out

    It was hard to determine who the real Fancy Nancy really was at Clear Creek Elementary. First-grade daughters and their moms had a delightful time at the Valentine Fancy Nancy Reading Night. Everyone had fun dressing the part, including the staff. The evening began with Fancy Nancy (Nancy Page) reading her favorite Fancy Nancy book, Fancy Nancy Heart to Heart. Fun activity stations requiring reading and writing skills were throughout the school library for everyone to enjoy.

  • EMS students win music awards

  • Looking Back: April 1, 2011

    Information was gathered from previous years of The Shelby Sentinel, The Shelby News and The Sentinel-News. You can reach the writer at sharonw@sentinelnews.com.


  • March Madness hits Shelby County

    The Bluegrass State is well known nationally for its love of basketball, and TV ratings prove it.

    The Louisville-area had a Nielsen rating between 37 and 44 for the University of Kentucky’s victory over North Carolina on Sunday, pretty close to the 45-52 rating for this year’s Super Bowl, annually the largest television audience.

    So there’s no doubt most TV sets will be tuned in at 8:49 p.m. Saturday, when the ‘Cats take on the University of Connecticut in an NCAA semifinal game at Houston.

  • Making a run at The Amazing Race

    It may seem like an episode of The Amazing Raceevery time you step into Shelbyville's new Kroger Marketplace with its enormous size, new areas and international food flare giving it the feel of circumnavigating the globe.

    But on Wednesday it provided a home for CBS’ hit reality show.

    Hundreds lined up outside the store to get a chance to make a video with WLKY producers as an audition for the show from 6 to 8 p.m.

  • SOUDER: March Madness Part 2 – or happy April Fool’s Day!

    Greetings once again, sports fans. If one didn’t know better, he might think that the idea of Butler and Virginia Commonwealth playing each other in the Final Four this weekend was simply an April Fool’s Day joke, along the lines of Taco Bell claiming in 1996 that they had purchased the Liberty Bell and were renaming it “The Taco Liberty Bell,” or the full-page ad that Burger King placed in USA Today in 1998 announcing the introduction of a new item to their menu: a "Left-Handed Whopper."