Local News

  • Dishon faces more sex charges

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- A man already facing murder and kidnapping charges has now been indicted for additional offenses.

  • Shepherdsville tackles drainage issues

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Drainage issues in west Shepherdsville continue to plague area residents, with the city council looking at options to alleviate the issue.

    Rob Campbell, representing QK4, addressed the council to offer potential funding for future drainage plans.

    Campbell said a primary area concerned remained along W. Blue Lick Rd., where standing water was common following substantial rains.

    He mentioned a potential new outfall plan with a lower outlet placed near the areas of Shepherdsville Elementary and Blue Lick Middle School.

  • KYTC District 5 road crews ready for the next round of winter weather

     LOUISVILLE, KY (January 24, 2013) – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 road crews put in long hours this week battling snow and freezing temperatures and they are ready to do it again.

    The next weather event is predicting more winter precipitation coming into the Louisville area sometime after midnight.  Reports indicate that this system can produce between one and three inches of snow by midday on Saturday, January 25.

  • Cold outside but candidate filings heating up

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - With just a few days left, activity picked up a little in the Bullitt County clerk's office.

  • National comedian, Bullitt Countian Tom Mabe to be in concert Saturday

     The North Bullitt Boosters will present national comedian Tom Mabe on Saturday, Jan. 25, at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    The Hillview resident who has taken his act throughout the country will be on stage for this one night in Bullitt County.

    This will be dubbed Clean Comedy Night by the man who has gained fame for his Revenge on the Telemarketers.

    Tickets are $15 for children and $20 for adults. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.

    Concessions and beverages will be sold.

  • Wait, see on health facility expansion

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County Public Health Department is in a position to expand its current facilities.

    However, with so much uncertainty over the national health care scene, local board members are putting any expansion plans on hold.

    Architect Stanley Klausing said a second floor could be added to the annex building to add another 4,300 square feet to the facility.

    There is also the possibility of adding space on the ground floor at each end.

  • Seum to hold legislative forum

     FRANKFORT – State Senator Dan Seum (R-Fairdale) will be at the Bullitt County Courthouse Fiscal Court Room on Thursday, January 23, 2014, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. to brief constituents on the 2014 legislative session.  This forum is free and open to anyone who would like to attend.

  • Lebanon Junction church gets lot of support from community

     LEBANON JUNCTION - The time has come for new beginnings. 

    It’s been two years since the tragedy, but now it’s time to rebuild. 

    Dennie Memorial United Methodist Church broke ground for their new church Jan. 11. The building, which was refuge and home to many, burned down in June 2012.

    Pastor Calvin Johnson, better known as Brother Calvin, was away at a conference when he got the call.

  • LJ man died after helping others

       RADCLIFF - A Lebanon Junction man died after being injured during a road accident in Hardin County.

  • Mayor presents special address to Hillview panel

     HILLVIEW - At year's end, Hillview mayor Jim Eadens reflected upon the past 12 months, making a special address to the city council.

    Eadens addressed the problem of drugs  in the Hillview community, hoping to fight harder during the next year to combat the situation.

    "The is a drug problem concern in this community and it affects everybody," he said. "We all have someone, or know someone, who has been affected."