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Today's News

  • Long-time firefighters resign after probe of Shep. agency

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Two long-time members of the leadership staff of the Shepherdsville Fire and Rescue Department have resigned.

    Those resignations come as a result of an investigative probe of the department.

    According to a release from the fire department on Monday afternoon, a complaint was filed with Shepherdsville fire chief Layne Troutman in March.

    The allegation involved two fire department captains.

  • Federal law change helps Pioneer Village add officer

     PIONEER VILLAGE - A change in federal government policy indirectly resulted in an increase in staffing for the Pioneer Village Police Department.

    Mayor Gary Hatcher announced at the city’s June meeting that long-time officer Ray Wilburn will officially switch to a newly-created part-time position within the department.

    Police chief D.J. Reynolds announced that the city’s newest officer, Nick Hibbs, will fill Wilburn’s full-time vacancy as of Aug. 1.

  • KSP charges Jefferson man with child sex exploitation offenses

     LOUISVILLE  On July 19, 2016, at approximately 6:25 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch, assisted by Louisville Metro Police Department, arrested Alvin E. Sanders III, 27, on charges related to distribution and possession of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

  • Tragic boat accident takes life of MW couple

     LAKE LANIER - Two Kentucky couples traveled to Georgia for the weekend to relax and raise money in the Pirates of Lanier Poker Run charity event.

  • Bullitt Lick rewards summer of reading

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Lick Middle School hopes students enjoy reading enough to continue doing it throughout the summer.

    The school hosted a special summer reading party to celebrate and to promote reading as a fun activity as well as a learning opportunity.

    BLMS families received free cookout meals while participating in conversations about books students have read over the summer.

  • Who’s Going to Be the Mayor?

      SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The quest to determine who should be mayor in the city of Shepherdsville began on Wednesday.

    However, the next phase in that trek will not occur until Aug. 31.

    There is a possibility that a portion of the question surrounding who should be in the mayor’s seat may be determined prior to that date.

  • Expungement made easier with new legislation by virtue of bill now passed into law

        FRANKFORT -- The Administrative Office of the Courts is ready to offer resources to help those who want to apply for a felony expungement when House Bill 40 went into effect Friday, July 15.

  • Hunters Hollow passes new budget without lot of changes proposed

        HUNTERS HOLLOW - With little fuss and little change, the Hunters Hollow City Commission unanimously approved its 2016-17 fiscal year budget.
        The city’s General Fund amount decreased slightly from the previous year, at $130,000. Municipal Aid Road Funding also decreased slightly to $14,000.
        An additional $1,000 in insurance tax revenue was budgeted, as well as an additional $1,000 for basic court revenue.

  • Ayusa Seeks U.S. Families in Kentucky to Host High School International Exchange Students for the 2016-2017 School Year

    Ayusa, a non-profit organization that promotes global learning and leadership through cultural exchange and leadership programs for high school students from around the world, is looking for American families throughout Kentucky  interested in sharing their America with international high school students for the  2016-2017 school year. Applications for interested  host families are currently being accepted.

  • Louisville dentist sentenced on child porn charges

      LOUISVILLE – A Louisville, Kentucky, dentist was sentenced to 78 months in prison, followed by ten years of supervised release, today in United States District Court by Senior District Judge Charles R. Simpson III, for attempting to receive child pornography and possession of child pornography that had been transported by computer, announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.