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  • Church News - Dec. 14, 2018

     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

  • 1973: Local farmer’s barn catches fire after being struck by lightning

     10 years ago…

  • TRIPLE S PLANNING COMMISSION - Hi-Point Industrial to present amended plat

    On Tuesday, the Triple S Planning commission will consider an amended plat with two variances and a waiver request for Hi Point Industrial Park, lots 11 and 12 on Hudson Boulevard.  The purpose of the amended plat is to adjust the common property line between the two lots.

  • Titans pull away in 4th, top Owen

    The Owen County bus may have been late Monday, but the Collins victory was just in time.

    The Titans pulled way to top visiting Owen County 66-58 behind a strong fourth quarter.

  • Late surge pushes Rockets

    The Shelby County Rockets topped Meade County, 52-44, Monday.

    Despite an eight-point victory, the Rockes trailed much of the game.

    Shelby County took its first lead at the 7:23 mark in the fourth quarter as forward, Noah Gordon came up with a steal with the Rockets that led to a Kaden Dugle bucket, and the Rockets never looked back.

  • The Edwards Angle

    Sam Edwards is a 6-foot, 7-inch forward for the Collins Titans, but you may remember hearing his name with Shelby County. Edwards spent three years as Rocket before moving to Collins this year.

    Why the switch? Well if you were looking for dirt on Shelby County, this isn’t the story for you.

    Edwards made the switch ultimately to get closer to a family member he cares about.

  • Federle’s 38 propels Titans past Rockets

    The Collins girls’ basketball team pulled away late for a 66-51 win over county rival Shelby County Friday in a back-and-forth affair.

    The Rockets entered the fourth quarter with a five-point lead, however, with 7:04 to play momentum started to turn.

    As Collins’ Olivia Federle drove the lane, she took a hard foul from Shelby’s Kayla Brunner and it lit a fire in the Titans.

  • McKnight, Vail combine for 47 in win over Shelby County

    Collins’ Dayvion McKnight and Marcellus Vail were too much for Shelby County Friday in a 66-51 win over the crosstown Rockets.

    Vail and McKnight combined for 47 in the win.

    “It felt really good,” Titans head coach Chris Gaither said about the rivalry win. “Especially not being full force, we had some guys out, but we had guys like Darrian Crittendon and Caleb Hawley that stepped up and played really well. We’re building some guys in role positions and it’s nice to have eight, nine, ten guys that can step up.”

  • Jean Logan: Nov. 10, 1928 - Dec. 11, 2018

    The recent loss of a Shelby County resident, known for her generosity, creativity, and love for the theater and Shelbyville Horse Show will be long remembered friends say.

    Jean Atherton Logan, 90, died Tuesday leaving a lasting imprint on the Shelbyville community.

    Logan, born and raised in Louisville, attended University of Louisville and the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston where she studied fine arts and music.

  • GUEST EDITORIAL: Kentucky's high school diplomas must mean more

    Change is scary. I understand that. Yet we have reached the point in Kentucky’s history when change to our minimum standards for high school graduation is necessary to ensure that our children are well-prepared for postsecondary education and the workforce.

    The case for raising the bar is compelling.