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  • Hailey loses battle with rare disease

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - A girl who won the hearts of the community, the state and the nation lost her battle to a rare genetic disease on Sunday evening.

        Hailey Brianne Goranflo, the seven-year-old daughter of Miranda and James "Neil" Goranflo of Shepherdsville, passed away on Sunday night at her home after suffering from late infantile Batten disease.

  • Election fields start to fill at deadline

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The clock is ticking toward Tuesday's 4 p.m. deadline and election fields are growing. As of Monday afternoon, here are the lasted contestants:

        The largest field for a single position remains the race for jailer.

        With incumbent Danny Fackler not running for re-election, the field numbered eight as of Friday afternoon.

  • Wife accused of killing husband

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - A domestic dispute has led to the death of a man and his wife has been charged with the murder.

        Shepherdsville police officers were called to 168 South Shore Drive off Beech Grove Road around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

        When officers arrived, they found the body of Ross A. Harder, who had a single gunshot wound to the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

  • Investigation continues in fatal accident where two local women killed

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Police are awaiting toxicology reports before deciding if charges will be filed in a traffic accident that took the life of two women.

    Capt. Ken Bernardi of the Shepherdsville Police Department said that on Dec. 12 two women died after their vehicle was struck by a car driving by Micah D. House of Brooks.

    However, no charges have been filed as investigators wait for the toxicology reports from the Kentucky State Police lab. Once those results are available, the matter could be taken to the county attorney’s office for possible charges.

  • Recent re-inspection fees concerns local builder

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It’s been on the books since the code enforcement division of county government was formed in 2002.

    However, the provision of charging a fee for re-inspections by staff members has not always been implemented.

    Builder John Holt would like to know if it was becoming standard to charge the $35 fees on each re-visit to a new structure.

    If so, he would be able to plan for that cost when pricing a custom-built home.

    “I didn’t know it was getting ready to happen,” Holt said of the recent re-inspection fee he was charged.

  • Resident asked that court be honest on finances

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Duane Price will not have to collect money on the street corner to help county government.

        Price said he had been told that the transfer of his son from the jail to the road department was not possible due to the financial doom of the county.

        But he read where a pay scale was being sought for the jail that could mean salary increases.

        “I’m here to get an answer,” said Price. “I’m told the county is broke.

  • 2010 General Assembly: Belcher knows budget woes will be key issue

    FRANKFORT - The weather outside might be cold but the discussion over the next several months inside the state Capitol should be well heated.

    Legislators from across Kentucky have converged on Frankfort to tackle the many issues facing the state.

    State Rep. Linda Belcher, representing a majority of Bullitt County in the 49th District, knows that the budget will be the key focus.

    But, in her second session, Belcher hopes that other things not involving money can also be accomplished.

  • POLICE ALERT: Suspects sought for forged money

    The Shepherdsville Police are working investigations involving forged money being used.

    The attached photos are of persons sought in questioning for this case.

    The forged money being used may pass the marker test commonly used by local stores, gas stations and restaurants. The forged bill most commonly used is the $100.

    Anyone with information about the case or the persons in the photos should contact SPD Sgt. Jeremy Meyer, (502) 921-1000. You may also report information by using the anonymous tip line at (502) 215-1588.

  • Lebanon Junction may be able to book on getting much-needed new offices

    LEBANON JUNCTION — The city’s police department could be getting a much-needed new location if talks with the Bullitt County Public Libraries go in the city’s favor.

    During an executive session Jan. 4, City Attorney Mark Edison said the City Council discussed the possibility of acquiring the Lebanon Junction library’s current location across from City Hall on Highway 434 after it has moved this spring into its new location on Highway 61.

  • Woman killed in accident on I-65

        HILLVIEW - An accident early Saturday morning left a Bullitt County woman dead and her husband in the hospital.

        According to police, Anthony Abell was driving his pickup truck southbound on Interstate 65 just a mile from the couple’s home.

        The truck went off the road to the right and when Abell tried to get the truck back onto the roadway, the driver lost control and it flipped several times into the median.