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Today's News

  • Baseball continues to find success locally

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – If you haven’t been keeping track, I can certainly tell you without hesitation that Bullitt County has been playing some pretty good baseball over the past decade or so.

    Of course, North Bullitt is coming off back-to-back Sixth Region titles and the Eagles will certainly be one of the favorites when the spring season rolls around in nine months or so. Coach Brian Wise’s program has reached the semi-finals and quarter-finals of the Kentucky State Baseball Tournament at the end of the past two seasons.

  • Louisville man arrested in predator sting

     FRANKFORT – Attorney General Jack Conway and his Cybercrimes Unit today announced the arrest of a Jefferson County man on one count of using a computer to contact a minor for sex. Gregory Keith Brown, 58, was arrested yesterday by Attorney General Conway’s Cybercrime investigators along with assistance from the Kentucky State Police. Brown was arraigned this morning in Jefferson District Court. After Brown’s arrest, a search warrant was executed at a residence in Louisville looking for computers, phones and other equipment used to contact minor children.

  • Arrest, hearing announced for child porn case

     FRANKFORT – Attorney General Jack Conway and his Cybercrimes Unit today announced the arrest of a Casey County man on multiple counts of possessing child pornography. Brian K. Evans, 43, was arrested on June 3 by Attorney General Conway’s Cybercrime investigators, after a search warrant was executed at his residence in Liberty, Ky. Evans is scheduled for a preliminary hearing today, June 11 at 10 a.m. in Casey District Court.

  • Knipp likes Bullitt County’s education system

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Following the retirement of a veteran educator and native Bullitt Countian, Roby Elementary welcomes a community newcomer who wanted to become a part of the county’s quality reputation.

    Brittany Knipp, a Louisville native, moved to the area with her family so her children could attend Bullitt County Public Schools.

    She now finds herself fully involved as Roby’s new principal, selected by the school’s Site-Based Decision Making Council.

  • NB’s Burton gets late call to Campbellsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The son of a coach wants to coach.

    That is what North Bullitt senior Zack Burton wants for his future, but first there are still a few more football games to be played.

    When the Eagles’ season ended with the first round play-off loss to Grayson County in November, Burton felt that he had played in his final football game. But then at the last minute of the recruiting process, Campbellsville jumped into the picture and suddenly Burton had a new option for his immediate future.

  • Bibelhauser, Usher selected for leadership institute

     School Administrators Adrienne Usher and Angela Bibelhauser have been selected to participate in this summer’s Leadership Institute for School Principals.

    Usher who just completed first year as Overdale Elementary School principal, will attend training June 16-18 in Greensboro, N.C.

    Bibelhauser also just finished her first year leading the Bullitt Alternative Center, Riverview Opportunity Center and Spring Meadows Children’s Home, although she has been assistant principal at the facilities.

  • Louisville man arrested for using computer to contact minors

     FRANKFORT – Attorney General Jack Conway and his Cybercrimes Unit today announce the arrest of a Jefferson County man on one count of using a computer to contact a minor and possession of controlled substance.

    Douglas T. Powell, 62, was arrested on May 29 by Attorney General Conway’s Cybercrime investigators along with officers from the Jefferstown Police Department. After Powell’s arrest, investigators searched his residence in Louisville, Ky.

  • Korfhage ending with 31 years in education

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Roby Elementary is known as the traditional school of the Shepherdsville area, remaining in existence longer than the other current schools.

    A major portion of its long history is Bullitt County’s longest-tenured principal at one school, Gayle Korfhage, who is stepping down at the end of the school year.

    Korfhage will retire with 18 years in at Roby, 13 as principal, and a total of 31 years in education.

  • County Fair opens on Monday

      CLERMONT -  Turning 40 doesn’t mean you’re too old to still have good old fashioned fun.

    Jimmy Anderson, president of the Bullitt County Fair Board, believes that. 

    He’ll help oversee the 40th annual Bullitt County Fair, scheduled for June 15-20 at the Bullitt County Fairgrounds.

    Anderson said a core group of board members and volunteers have worked together many years to maintain family fun through new events intertwined with the historical features that make people recognize the county fair.

  • Hillview City Fair to have plenty of events

     HILLVIEW - School is out, the weather is getting hotter, the days are getting longer, and the Hillview Government Center parking spaces are limited.

    It’s a sure sign that it’s time for the annual Hillview City Fair presented by the Zoneton Trowel Club. This year’s event will take June 11-13.

    Fair coordinator Harlen Compton said the event was beginning to streamline after six years, with minimal changes from the previous year. The most noticeable change will be the live music.