Three more utility boxes are wrapped in colorful and creative artistic ways around Shelbyville as part of the program funded by the GIFT VII Implementation grant.

Three more utility boxes are wrapped in colorful and creative artistic ways around Shelbyville as part of the program funded by the GIFT VII Implementation grant.

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management conducted a second site visit on a Waldron Dump Site the beginning of June.

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Military Appreciation Day at the Pool

It always interests me to hear people say, “I believe in the basic goodness of human beings.” In their view, people are born “good,” but become corrupted by the evil influences in the world. But this idea is both naïve and unbiblical. What evidence is there that people are “born good?” There…

I am always looking for new and different recipes. I am also always researching and keeping my eye out for recipes that take a quick shortcut that I can share with some of my more, inexperienced, readers. I also create my recipes based around not just the flavor or the presentation of the fi…

Do you keep a diary? Or, the more grown-up version, a journal? Have you considered keeping one about your gardens? Keeping notes from year to year about your plants, the weather, and other information can help you in future planning.

Give Unto Others by Donna Leon is set, as her other books are, in Venice. Venice is always a major character in her work, and as readers, we are treated to traveling through the city, even taking a vaporetto, a water bus and one of the major sources of transportation in the city. Leon manage…

For decades, Mary Ellen and I have been fans of the show Jeopardy. Every night at 7:30 we watch to see how long it takes for us to feel really stupid. I often say, I used to know that but I forgot, which is pretty much the same thing as not knowing the answer…I mean the question.

Members of the Blue River Youth Choir “Do the Twist” as part of a performance at First Presbyterian Church in Shelbyville on Thursday afternoon. The performance concluded the summer camp that the group participated in. Along with several vocal performances split into elementary and middle sc…

The Shelbyville Parks and Recreation Board applauded resident Noah Henderson during its Wednesday afternoon meeting for his completion of the Morrison Park Bicentennial Legacy Project.

Shelbyville Bible Holiness Church VBS

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