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Today's News

  • Centenary celebrates school ending

     Before school started in Shelby County, Centenary United Methodist Church hosted a Back-to-School event where about 300 people came, ate, had fun and went home with backpacks and school supplies. Now the church at Fifth and Main is hosting an End-of-School event.

    Associate Pastor Judy Noel said the event will take place Wednesday, May 15 starting at 6 p.m. She said, “There will be bouncy houses, games, food and, of course, fun – and it’s open to the community.”

  • Church News - May 3, 2019

    Abundant Life Ministries

    Located at 1100 Equity Street in Shelbyville. The pastor is Justin Barnes.

     

    All Saints Roman Catholic Church

    Mass is at 8:30 a.m. on Thursdays, 5 p.m. on Saturday, 8 a.m. on Sunday, and Noon on Sunday. All are welcome to attend. Located at 410 Main St., Taylorsville.

     

    Allen Chapel United Methodist

  • 1989: Casey among athletes named to hall of fame

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  • Christ kept his wounds and so can we

    By Jerry Cappel

    Most of us want to look our best, put our best foot forward and never let them see us sweat.

    We hide our advancing waistlines and receding hairlines, and present happy faces on our Facebook storylines.  But there is an interesting story in the Gospel of John that invites us to see this differently.

  • Titans 1-1 at LIT

     The Collins High School baseball team showed some muscle in 16-15 win over Scott County but came up just short in another close contest, a 4-2 loss to Rowan County, in a doubleheader Saturday at PRP as a part the Louisville Invitational Tournament.

     

     

    Collins 16,
    Scott County 15

    Michael Hill’s two home runs stole the show in what turned into an offensive exhibition Saturday.

    Hill’s first dinger, a three-run shot in the first inning highlighted a huge start for the Titans.

  • Collins, Dugle K Western Hills

     

     

    The Shelby County baseball team moved over .500 over Saturday with a 4-1 win at Western Hills.

    Caleb Collins paced Shelby from the mound, allowing just one hit while striking out nine in four dominating innings of work.

    Shelby struck first in the top of the third inning when Collins helped his own cause with an RBI triple to right field scoring Shamel Mooney.

    Western Hills then committed three errors in the inning, allowing Kaden Dugle, Austin Griffin and Jordan Lyons to score, and staking the Rockets a 4-0 lead.

  • Rockets notch win number 2

     The Shelby County softball team picked up its second win of the season, a 6-3 victory at Grant County 6-3 Monday.

    The Rockets out hit the Braves 12-6, and got a dominating performance on the mound from senior Jessica Edington, who finished with eight strikeouts in a complete game win.

    Kat Taylor got the Rockets on the board first, taking advantage of an error from the Grant County catcher to score in the first inning.

    Shelby County added a second run on a Claire Chambers RBI fielder’s choice to score Jasmine Brown.

  • Woodford upends Titans on senior night

     Senior night is the culmination of a hard work and preparation, and Collins head lacrosse coach Caleb Elliot made sure his seniors knew that, even if meant it was just one year with the high school’s team.

  • Cornerstone picks up win number 4

     The Cornerstone baseball team notched it’s fourth win of the season after defeating Lakeside Christian Academy by a score of 12-2. The Bulldogs smacked 13 hits against the Falcons while getting stellar performances on the mound from Brandon Lopesilvero and Zach Holloway. The duo combined for a two-hitter while striking out 6.

    The Bulldogs fell behind early, as Lakeside tacked on two runs in the top of the 1st inning off a two-run double from Tucker Ellis. The Bulldogs rallied in the bottom of the 2nd inning scoring 7 runs to go ahead 7-2.

  • Running Titans compete at Brother Borgia event

     On Saturday, the Collins Running Titans travled to St. Xavier High School to compete in the annual Brother Borgia/ Coach Frank Cooper invitational. 12 of the 22 Titans that participated met or surpassed their personal records.