SHEPHERDSVILLE - It was not a trend that Jamie Goldsmith wanted to see.
And whether there was any correlation between the numbers, the one-year variance may not pass scientific muster.
However, as safe and drug-free director for the Bullitt County Public School System, a rising number of students involved in drug-related incidents is something Goldsmith did not want to see repeat.
With the assistance of Bullitt Fiscal Court, that trend may be reversed this year.
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