A Shelbyville Central Schools employee won a national award for her work while employed by a special education services organization in Franklin.

Kris Baker, who is now the special education coordinator at SCS, won the 2019 Early Career Special Education Administrator a...

“A Magical Season” by John Wheeler is a small book overflowing with excitement and joy as he describes this magical season of basketball.

Basketball is obviously a game he loves, and he takes us through the games of their 2018-2019 championship season. John has been inv...

Local schools celebrated the 100th anniversary of Veterans Day with music, dance moves and flags on Monday.

Hendricks Elementary School principal Deryck Ramey told students and veterans who assembled in the gymnasium that President Woodrow Wilson made a proclamation bef...

November 18, 2019

Shelby County Players, Inc. has purchased the former 44 Bowl Bowling Alley located at 1416 Miller Ave to become SCP’s “forever home.”  The adaptive reuse of the building will create an intimate auditorium with seating for 144 and a full-sized stage with wing space and...

Rod Ratcliff, casino and racetrack owner and developer, and Jim Elliott, longtime Thoroughbred owner and breeder, were inducted into the Indiana Horse Racing Association (IHRA) Hall of Fame earlier this month during a special ceremony held at Indiana Grand Racing & Cas...