THE OLD LANDMARK A stone previously located above the Winchester Methodist Episcopal Church door, off State Road 9 near CR 700 S, has been returned to …
Parks Leader Retires After Two-Plus Decades of Service Karen Martin, second from left, retired from her position as Shelbyville Parks Department Direct…
MILITARY RITES Funeral services for Vietnam veteran Chief Warrant Officer Four (retired) Paul “Felix” Miller III, were held yesterday at Murphy-Parks o…
BARGAIN DAYS Locals wait for yesterday’s 9 a.m. opening at Mickey’s T-Mart. As the store prepares to close, hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday throu…
Waldron Class Celebrates 60 Years, Scholarship Endowment Waldron High School principal Mark Shadiow, left, accepts certification of the endowed scholar…
Weekend Hike Offers Glimpse into Primeval World ABOVE: Kris Schwickrath leads a walking tour of Meltzer Woods on Sunday. The thud of falling walnuts me…
LOCAL CONNECTION Former Shelbyville resident and Indiana State Police Sgt. Charles “Chuck” Fewell, now mayor of Greenfield, and his wife, Christine, le…
Shelby County Players Ready for Next Act ABOVE: Rose McNeely implores the community to “finish out this campaign” at Friday’s Shelby County Players rec…
Wickizer Becomes 4th Generation Eagle Scout Kenneth Wickizer, center, is the fourth generation Eagle Scout of his family. He holds the honor along with…
City, County Outline Projects for State Grant Opportunity Shelbyville and Shelby County have ideas in mind for part of the state’s $500 million Regiona…
Nucor Corp to Take Over Former NSCI Plant The former NCSI facility on Northbrook Dr., Shelbyville, is now owned by Nucor, a North Carolina-based steel …
SCHOOL SALUTE Shelbyville Middle School students Abigail Keith (left) and Chloe Sosa sit in a Bell UH-1H Iroquois (“Huey”) helicopter during football g…