Lisa King, The Sentinel News en Former Deputy Jailer Honored <p><a href="">It started out as just an ordinary day at work for Conrad Lanham</a>, a deputy jailer at the Shelby County Detention Center. Then everything changed in a heartbeat when an inmate grabbed a female employee and put a sharp object to her throat. What Lanham did next earned him the title of Kentucky Deputy Jailer of the Year for 2010, an award given each year to a deputy who has displayed remarkable courage and bravery. Wed, 31 Aug 2011 14:31:29 +0000 Lisa King, The Sentinel News 11581 at Former Deputy Jailer Honored Shelbyville Plant Considers Expansion <p><a href="">A Shelbyville business is considering </a>doubling the size of its plant, and state economic development officials announced an incentive package for the company on Thursday. Creative Packaging Company, located at 1700 Isaac Shelby Drive, is considering doubling its 100,000 square-foot plant, and the potential expansion could create 25 new jobs over a 10-year period.&nbsp; The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority Board in Frankfort granted preliminary approval for $500,000 in state tax incentives for the project, which calls for adding the new jobs at an average hourly rate of $10.88 to $12.51 per hour, averaging $14 per hour after employee benefits are included. Fri, 27 May 2011 17:50:41 +0000 Lisa King, The Sentinel News 4864 at WWII Airman Returns to Kentucky <p><a href="">This Memorial Day weekend</a>, Sally Shipley of Shelby County at last will lay to rest her uncle &ndash; a pilot in World War II whose remains were thought lost. Now, 67, years later, Army officials not only have identified his remains but also those of his 11-member crew from their crash site in Papau, New Guinea, near northeast Australia. Fri, 27 May 2011 16:33:45 +0000 Lisa King, The Sentinel News 4848 at "Thou Shalt Not Post Commandments" <p><a href=""><strong>Last week a paper copy of the Ten Commandments</strong></a> once again found its way to a place of prominence: the front door of the Shelby County Courthouse. The 8-by-11-inch copy was taped to the inside of the door, next to the sign banning food and drink. Wed, 18 May 2011 14:56:19 +0000 Lisa King, The Sentinel News 4089 at