- Three drop All-Sports passes for fall season
- Possible lightning strike starts post office fire; No injuries reported, mail running on time
- Board approves new construction projects; Returns family dog after bite incident
- Coronavirus case confirmed at Shelbyville Middle School; Letters, calls going out to 'close contacts'
- Enrollment down in career programs; Coronavirus could be playing a role
The Shelbyville Post Office caught fire Tuesday morning after a suspected lightning strike h… Read more
The Board of Works tended to a hodge-podge of items Tuesday morning. Read more
Shelbyville Central Schools confirmed its first COVID-19 case Tuesday, joining several other… Read more
Enrollment is overall down at Blue River Career Programs, Director Steve Shaw said during Tu… Read more
About three-fourths of the construction on the new parking garage is finished and while ther… Read more
It’s not often you see an Indiana bred weanling bring $155,000 at the sales. But the weanlin… Read more
Saturday’s all-Quarter horse day will be the first of four for the year, and will feature 13… Read more
In 2014, China announced it would set up a system to judge its citizens: on their trustworthiness, their public and social media behavior, the wisdom of their purchasing habits, how often they play video games, their interactions with law enforcement and government officials, whether they cl…
Good science takes time. This has always been clear to those of us doing health research – less so to the general public. In the pursuit of treatments for COVID-19, we need to manage expectations about what’s not just possible, but also desirable.