Fallen Officers Remembered by ANNA TUNGATE Approximately 40 attended the annual Shelby County Law Enforcement Memorial Service yesterday, designated Peace Officer’s Memorial Day, at the FOP Lodge 84 on N. Knightstown Road, Shelbyville. Rev. Colin Cress gave the invocation and…
Columnae Maximus Denny Harrold is the proud owner of a 1957 Schwinn Phantom. Will he be riding it in any parades this summer? We will just have to wait…
FAIR WEATHER A mariachi band and rides were just part of the St. Joseph Festival activities on a beautiful sunny day yesterday. The midway portion…
Giving It a Whirl Lee Sakellarides (center) teaches choreography to Shelbyville Middle School students last week. Music teacher and choral director Myra…
BACK TO SCHOOL Shelbyville Central Schools board member David Finkel learns the finer points of organ maintenance from Everett Osborne, a Hammond organ…
First Signs of Fun Rides for the annual St. Joe Festival, set for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, are in the early stages of set-up yesterday morning. …
A PLACE IN THE SUN Public Square’s Joseph Fountain, recently turned on for the year, set the perfect backdrop yesterday for temperatures in the 70s.
IMPROMPTU TRAINING by LuAnn Mason An early evening fire alarm Sunday at Capone’s Speakeasy in downtown Shelbyville resulted in a false alarm, but turned…
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