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Today's News

  • Seven from detention center earn GED certificates

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County Detention Center, in conjunction with Bullitt County Adult Education, hosted a graduated ceremony for seven special graduates.

  • Bullitt Blast to feature fireworks, whole lot more

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Before fireworks light up the sky at the 12th annual Bullitt Blast Thursday night, event organizers are encouraging residents to take a run.

  • Basketball Camps

     SHEPHERSVILLE - the biggest tradition of the summer sports camp scene is for basketball. All six Bullitt County high school basketball programs held camps in May and June this summer as did a number of middle school teams.

    More than a thousand youths took part in the camps as they worked on passing, dribbling, shooting and defense.

    Activities ranged from games of 3-on-3 to 5-on-5 as well as the summer camp tradition of playing knock-out.

  • Commercial rezoning bid on Hwy. 44 shot down again

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – If Dollar General wants to open a new store along Highway 44 East, it will have to hope that the third time is the charm.

         For a second time in the past year, a location targeted for a new 9,100 square foot store has been nixed.

         Bullitt Fiscal Court voted 5-0 to overturn a favorable recommendation by the Bullitt County Joint Planning Commission to rezone 2.8 acres on Highway 44 East next to the Salt River Electric facility.

  • Don’t have to go far to find fireworks

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - In the market of supply and demand, there is no doubt that the supply of fireworks for your July 4 celebration is plentiful.

  • 2013 Summer Camps

     Several Schools partner with YMCA for Themed Camps.

    The Cedar Grove/Lebanon Junction Elementary School Family Resource Center, Bullitt Lick/Bernheim Middle School Youth Service Center and Roby/Mt. Washington Elementary School Family Resource Center will partner with the Bullitt County YMCA to co-host themed camps at Shepherdsville Elementary School.

    This event will be from July 15-August 2 and open to all YMCA students in grades kindergarten through fifth registered at the Shepherdsville site.

  • Salt River Music Festival to make its debut on July 5-6

     Are you looking for something to attend to this summer? The Salt River Music Fest is coming up on July 5 and 6th! Kimberly Netwon said her father Robert came up with the idea. “He loves music and we had been planning this for a while now,” Netwon said. “We hope it goes well so we can have it every year.”

  • Dresses galore for your little miss now in Hillview

           Do you have a little girl that loves to shop? Are you looking for a good place to go for a mother-daughter day? Little Miss Dress Up opened up on 1547 A Old Preston Highway North, Louisville, KY 40299 on June 3rd.

  • Fun times all the time at Half-Time's bar and grill

     It’s no secret that University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville have a rivalry but in this case, something good came out of it.

  • Budget approved without fuss

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With little discussion, Bullitt Fiscal Court members unanimously approved a $20.7 million budget, which goes into effect today.

         The final plan differed slightly from county judge/executive Melanie Roberts’ proposal in May. However, one thing that didn’t change was pay raises slated for county employees.