SUMMER VACATION Clear Creek Park and Lake Shelby, a tree-lined idyll for fishing, boating, camping, picnicking, hiking and more. Pack your swimsuit, fishing poles, golf clubs, binoculars, hiking shoes and tent and head to Shelbyville’s busiest and most established park....

MEET THE FARMER: CHELSEY SCHLOSNAGLE OF CHELSEY’S GOURMET PASTURED EGGS Ten years ago, a young girl on a rural farm in a place called Pleasureville was given 20 or so hens. She began selling the hens’ eggs to family and friends and eventually grew her fledgling...

Go to places where you can still cast a line to catch the evening supper. Explore Kentucky’s all-but-forgotten hidey-holes and hollers, from the hills to the stills, coal country to caves, hunting grounds to trail towns, byways and waterways, and from the mountains in the...

Léttleiki Icelandics, LLC is located at beautiful Swallowland Farm in the rolling hills of Shelby County Kentucky. The farm is in the heart of the Kentucky Bluegrass horse country between Louisville and Lexington. Léttleiki Icelandics is an education center for the Icelandic Horse offering a...

Located in Simpsonville, Kismet Farm LLC sits in the heart of the historic American Saddlebred country. Kismet is dedicated to high quality care of our horses, and excellent service to customers. Offering full training for yearlings to aged show horses, sales and riding lessons for...

The Clerk’s office issues County licenses (marriage) and certificates of Vital statistics (birth, death), maintains official records (of Fiscal Court, Real Estate deeds, mortgages) and oversees motor vehicle (registry, title and license plates)....

Located in the heart of beautiful downton Shelbyville, the fountain is often the location for  street dances, lively festivals, and other summertime events....

The Lincoln Institute was a boarding school for African-Americans which operated from 1912 to 1966. The center first opened in 1972 and was named in honor of Whitney M. Young Jr., a leader of the civil rights movement, who was also a graduate of the...

Rich in history and is a must for those interested in genealogical research. Located on the southern edge of Shelbyville, overlooking Clear Creek, Grove Hill contains the graves of some 18,000 people. The grounds were laid out using a park like design which is still...

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