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  • Hasting looks to capture coroner’s office

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Tim Hasting has always wanted to serve his community.

    This year, Hasting has thrown his name into the ring as a candidate for the office of coroner.

    Hasting, 39, will run in the Republican primary in May. He will face incumbent David Billings.

    In his ninth year of service at Hardy-Close Funeral Home in Shepherdsville, Hasting said he has gotten to know the community and believes there needs to be a change in office of coroner.

  • KSP Warns Of One-Ring Cell Phone Scam

     (FRANKFORT, Ky.) – The Kentucky State Police is warning cell phone users to be aware of a new scam called “The One-Ring Scam.”

    Better Business Bureaus (BBB) across the country are seeing a rash of reports of ‘ring and runs’ on cell phones where returning a missed call from an unknown number may cost you.

    KSP spokesman Sgt. Michael Webb says scammers profit from individuals who are curious enough to return that missed call.

  • Boil water advisory lifted for Lazy River North

    UPDATE Feb. 10, 11 a.m.

    The City of Mount Washington has lifted the water boil advisory for the Lazy River North Subdivision. They advise people flush their lines and faucets for a few minutes before using. Ice makers can be turned back on but the first couple of batches should be disposed of.

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    MOUNT WASHINGTON — A recent water break has been added to the list of winter elements residents are battling this winter.

  • Electrocuted man identified; recent arrival in Louisville

     NICHOLS - The who died after being electrocuted on early Friday morning has been identified.

    According to Lt. Mike Murdoch, spokesman for the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office, James Noble, 29, of Louisville, was identified.

    About 5:15 a.m. on Friday, dispatch notified the Nichols Fire Department of a fire on Nichols Hill Road off Highway 44 West.

    Upon arrival, they found a field fire, as well as electrical lines being down.

    Salt River Electric was called into to deal with the downed lines.

  • Healthy Hearts luncheon raises public awareness to dangers of heart disease

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Heart disease remains a top cause of death in Bullitt County, second only to cancer.

    It’s known as the “silent killer” because many are not aware they have heart problems until something traumatic takes place.

    For years the Bullitt County Health Department has hosted its annual Healthy Hearts Wear Red luncheon to raise awareness and increase education of heart disease.

  • KYTC District 5 road crews to remain on duty this evening for freezing rain

     LOUISVILLE – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 maintenance crews will remain on duty this evening to treat roads during the next winter weather event.

    Freezing rain is predicted to fall late this afternoon into the evening hours.  Contract trucks will also be utilized this afternoon to help treat roads during rush hour.

  • WINTER STORM WARNING

     UPDATE (Feb. 3, 1:30 p.m.): The Bullitt County Health Department will no longer accept clients after 3 p.m. Tuesday due to the pending weather situation. For more information call 955-5355.

    The Bullitt County Coalition for Recreation, Education and Wellness (C.R.E.W.) weight-loss competition added a second weigh-in date for those who could not attend today's event. The new date is Thursday, Feb. 13, from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  • Man electrocuted during apparent theft of copper

     NICHOLS - On Friday at 5:15am, Nichols Fire was dispatched on an unknown fire on Nichols Hill Road off Ky Hwy 44 West near Knob Creek.

    On arrival, a large field fire was burning.  The fire department found wires down and immediately contacted Salt River Electric to make the scene safe to extinguish the fire.

    During the fire suppression, Salt River and fire department personnel found a male deceased at the scene that was electrocuted.

  • Board votes 3-2 to extend contract of school leader

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It was almost a repeat performance from the past year.

  • Hebron Estates works with other cities to minimize cost of program

     HEBRON ESTATES -- Cities in northern Bullitt County have worked together to save time and resources over the years.