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National Safe Boating Week

Shelby County Boater Safety

Shelby County may not have any large lakes for fishing and boating, but this is still a very valid topic. Many in the community own boats and travel to nearby lakes for fishing and recreation. Also, many of these tips are just as appropriate for navigating our many rivers and streams in Shelby County, or […]

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A Great Resource for Home Ownership

CFPB Owning a Home

The financial crisis we experienced during the end of the first decade of the 2000’s resulted in some positive changes for consumers. One of those was the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). This government agency was created as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act which was signed into law […]

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Local Artist Competes in Lt. Governor’s Competition

Becky Campbell Watercolor

In January of this year, Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann put out the call for female artists from Indiana.  She was requesting submissions of their art for a shot at having it put on display in her front office at the State House. Becky  Campbell of Shelbyville decided to answer the call and recently made a submission. […]

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Rob Nolley Announces Candidacy for Reelection

Rob Nolley 3rd Ward Shelbyville Common Council seat

Rob Nolley Announces Candidacy for Reelection to 3rd Ward Council Seat Rob Nolley announced that he is seeking reelection to the 3rd Ward Shelbyville Common Council seat on the Republican ticket. In doing so, Nolley is seeking his fourth term in the seat. “It has been a true pleasure to serve the citizens of the […]

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Jeffrey Coffey, Candidate for Shelbyville City Council

Jeff Coffey Photo

Citizens of Shelbyville, For the past 16 years, I’ve had the distinct pleasure of calling the city of Shelbyville home; it is also the place where my wife and I chose to raise our family. As a 20 year veteran of the Indiana State Police; I’ve additionally had the distinct honor of serving the citizens […]

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Bridging the Skills Gap

Bridging the Skills Gap

I recently attended the Graduation Ceremony for the first Manufacturing Skills Connection class for Shelby County. This program is designed to help equip the workforce with the skills and abilities that are needed in the current manufacturing environment. The MSC program is a collaborative effort between Government, Industry, and Education. Duke Energy has been a major […]

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Commission provides clearer picture of college completion in Indiana

Commission provides clearer picture of college completion in Indiana

The Commission for Higher Education delivered the state’s clearest and most comprehensive picture yet of college graduation rates in Indiana with the release of the first “Indiana College Completion Reports.” “Improving college completion is a complex problem, but overcoming Indiana’s completion challenge begins with a clearer understanding of where we are and where we need […]

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First Lady Partners with Indiana’s Female Statewide Office Holders for Hoosier Heroines Essay Contest

First Lady Partners with Indiana’s Female Statewide Office Holders for Hoosier Heroines Essay Contest

First Lady Karen Pence announced today that the state is now accepting entries for the Hoosier Heroines essay contest. She is joined by Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann, Secretary of State Connie Lawson, Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz and Auditor Suzanne Crouch, in inviting students grades 6-9 to participate in an essay contest telling who […]

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Apsley Kicks Off Campaign for Superior Court

R. Kent Apsley Campaign Photo

A large group of friends and supporters gathered at the home of Susan and Jeff Kent last night to join Kent Apsley in announcing his campaign for Judge of Shelby Superior Court No. 1. Apsley is currently serving his fourth term as Shelby County’s Prosecuting Attorney.   The retirement of Judge Jack Tandy from the […]

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Shelby County Displays Memorabilia in Lt. Governor’s Executive Office at the Indiana State House

Display of Shelby County Memorabilia

Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann welcomed Hoosiers from Shelby County to her office to display memorabilia that represents the county in the front display cabinet in her executive office in the Indiana State House. Donated by the Indiana Hardwoods Association, the glass-paneled oak cabinet was built by Jasper Cabinet and given to the Lt. Governor’s Office […]

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May
23
Tue
2017
10:00 am Tales for Tots Storytime @ Youth Department
Tales for Tots Storytime @ Youth Department
May 23 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
This storytime is specifically for babies and toddlers 12 months-36 months. It is offered year-round and may feature any or all of the following: stories, songs/music, puppets, finger plays, rhymes, activities, crafts, playtime, and lots[...]
11:00 am Basic Sign Language Class
Basic Sign Language Class
May 23 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Come to the library and learn basic sign language from library employee, Angela Woollen. “Angie” has worked at the library for over seventeen years! Any age is welcome to attend to learn simple words and[...]
12:00 pm Book Discussion: THE LAKE HOUSE
Book Discussion: THE LAKE HOUSE
May 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Grab lunch at the Bookmark and discuss, THE LAKE HOUSE by Kate Morton. No reservations are necessary to attend. We just ask that you arrive a little early to order your drink or lunch. Contact[...]
6:30 pm Teen: Virtual Fieldtrip
Teen: Virtual Fieldtrip
May 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
It’s Teen Tuesday! We are taking a virtual fieldtrip. Contact Roger Stremming for more details 317-398-7121 ext. 244
May
24
Wed
2017
10:00 am Preschool Pals @ Youth Department
Preschool Pals @ Youth Department
May 24 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
This storytime is specifically for 3-5 year old children. It is offered year-round and may feature any or all of the following: stories, songs/music, puppets, finger plays, rhymes, activities, crafts, playtime, and lots of fun!
1:00 pm Preschool Pals @ Youth Department
Preschool Pals @ Youth Department
May 24 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
This storytime is specifically for 3-5 year old children. It is offered year-round and may feature any or all of the following: stories, songs/music, puppets, finger plays, rhymes, activities, crafts, playtime, and lots of fun!
7:00 pm FamilySearch.com – Workshop
FamilySearch.com – Workshop
May 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Family Search is a free website with many different family trees, books, and resources for starting your genealogy project. Learn how to: build your own family tree, connect family member through searching, locate reliable sources,[...]
May
25
Thu
2017
10:00 am Preschool Pals @ Youth Department
Preschool Pals @ Youth Department
May 25 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
This storytime is specifically for 3-5 year old children. It is offered year-round and may feature any or all of the following: stories, songs/music, puppets, finger plays, rhymes, activities, crafts, playtime, and lots of fun!
11:00 am Morristown Storytime
Morristown Storytime
May 25 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Kids, join us in Morristown every Thursday morning at 11 a.m. for storytime and a craft!
1:00 pm Book Discussion: FRECKLES
Book Discussion: FRECKLES
May 25 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Everyone is welcome to join us at the Horizon Center once a month. The discussion meets on the fourth Thursday of most months at 1pm. On May 25, we will be discussing FRECKLES by Gene[...]