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Today's News

  • FISH FRY FRIDAY

     The Friday fish fry is serious business at St. Benedict Catholic Church.

    The Lebanon Junction landmark hosts their Lenten fish fry every year, opening early for lunch and offering delivery service.

    The church features both fried and baked fish, along with onion rings, fries, hush puppies, macaroni and cheese and green beans, as well as dessert.

    St. B hosts just one of many fish fry events at various locations thought Bullitt County during Lent.

  • Hillview loses last appeal on suit

     HILLVIEW -- With it appeals exhausted, it is now time to pay the piper for Hillview city officials.

    With a jury awarding a judgment of over $11 million, the city of Hillview recently saw its final appeal rejected.

    City attorney Tammy Baker said that the state Supreme Court denied Hillview’s request for a discretionary review of a state Court of Appeals decision.

    The state court upheld the jury’s decision to award Truck America and its owners, Jim and Debbie Carter, over $11 million for its breach of contract.

  • Mediation sets up way to extinguish fire battles

     CLERMONT -- A slight bump in the road appears to be solved, with a settlement between the Southeast Bullitt Fire Protection District and the Southeast Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department possible within the next five months.

    The parties met with retired judge Stephen Ryan in a mediation session last week.

    During the discussions, attorneys for both parties said that steps were outlined to finally get the disputes of the past six months settled.

  • Stanley Lewis Dishon sentenced to 20 years

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The parents of the murdered teenager were there for answers.
        Three of the victims of sexual abuse dating back to 1982 were also there on Thursday seeking answers.
        But at the end of the final sentencing hearing for Stanley Lewis Dishon, there were no answers on why the 56-year-old man could have committed such crimes.
        Special Circuit Judge Charles Simms III accepted the Alford pleas entered in January involving multiple allegations against Dishon.

  • Detective, prosecutor have theories on murder, abuse

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- While the defendant Stanley Lewis Dishon gave no insight into his reasons in committing heinous crimes against family members dating back to 1982, those associated with the case were able to lay out some of their theories.
        And prosecutor Michael Ferguson is concerned that some would not come forward when allegations do occur.
        Under an Alford plea, Dishon admitted killing his niece, Jessica Dishon, in September 1999.

  • There's an app for diabetes management

      Diabetes is a complicated disease process. Diabetes is a chronic disease that can cause some serious complications for a person if not controlled. Control is the ultimate goal with Diabetes. The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) identifies seven Self-Care Behaviors on which one should focus to obtain that goal.

  • Forgey selected as first from BCHS to attend Gatton

    Bullitt Central High School sophomore Caity Forgey is one of 60 students selected to attend the prestigious Carol Martin Gatton Math and Science Academy at Western Kentucky University.

                “Surprised, then excited, and it’s all still sinking in,” Caity said. She is the first Bullitt Central student accepted into the academy and it quite proud of that accomplishment.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning March 30, 2015

    Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

     

  • Trial against ex-teacher delayed until July

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The trial of a former Bullitt Central teacher will not be conducted until July.

    Crystal Chappell has been indicted on six counts of rape, a Class D felony punishable by 1-5 years in prison.

    The former teacher is accused of having sexual intercourse with a student at Bullitt Central since June 1, 2014.

    The action was brought to the attention of school officials in late August 2014 and Chappell was immediately suspended from her position as a math teacher.

  • Residents to have place to get rid of junk

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- While the dates are not confirmed, you can get your junk piled up and ready for proper disposal.
        Bullitt Fiscal Court agreed to once again host county cleanup days this spring.
        Larry Hatfield, director of the county's solid waste program, said his tentative dates were April 25 and May 9.
        The hours are typically 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. for Bullitt County residents only.