Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 11:25 pm (Updated: April 22, 12:01 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Local governmental actions could lead to the future end of the Easter holiday celebration as we know it in Bullitt County.
The Bullitt County Health Board left some county residents hopping mad by ignoring suggestions by county and city officials, passing a comprehensive countywide yolking ban in all county facilities.
According to Health Board director Swannie Jett, yolking is becoming a major problem in the area, especially with teens and young children.
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