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Today's News

  • SPD seek assistance in locating missing teen

      The following is a statement released by the Shepherdsville Police Department on Thursday afternoon:

    The Shepherdsville Police Department is requesting your assistance in locating a missing juvenile.

    Skyla Fields, 15 of Shepherdsville, was last seen in the area of Candle Glow Lane and Newcut Road (Candle Light Subdivision) in Louisville on September 28th, 2016.

    She is 5'2" inches tall with blonde hair and green eyes.

  • Superintendent addresses clown threat issue

     The Following is a letter distributed on Thursday, via email, from Bullitt County Public Schools superintendent Keith Davis:

    Dear BCPS Community,

  • Braedyn makes fast work of finding way to help in battle against diabetes

                HILLVIEW - At eight years old, Braedyn Luttrell has already driven a top speed of 58 MPG in his junior dragster.
        Braedyn faced a different kind of drag earlier this year, when he spent more than a week at Kosair Children’s Hospital, being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
        After a few months of education and effort, Braedyn is doing well. He will soon use his love of drag racing to help raise funds for Kosair and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund.

  • Yes, Shepherdsville... You have a mayor!

        The city of Shepherdsville will have a mayor Wednesday as Curtis Hockenbury won a secret ballot Tuesday evening.

    With a standing room only audience, the Shepherdsville City Council selected Hockenbury, who was the first candidate to file this spring when a vacancy occurred in the final two years of Scott Ellis' ter.

    However, after a legal battle dismissed the resignation and reinstated Ellis, the latest resignation from office and duties came too late to place a new election on the November ballot.

  • LAWSUIT LIVES... Chapeze residents have standing

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Some of the residents in the area along Chapeze Lane have a right to protest and have a legal say in how property is annexed by the city of Shepherdsville.

    That is the ruling of Bullitt Circuit Judge Rodney Burress.

    In his ruling on Sept. 16, a number of residents protesting the annexation of property owned by George Miller along Chapeze Lane do have a right to be heard.

    More importantly, they have “standing” in the case as it now moves forward to discuss other merits.

  • Hatfield to ask for forensic audit in Shepherdsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Councilman Larry Hatfield has been a part of city government in Shepherdsville for a long time.

    Serving one term as mayor and numerous others as a councilman, Hatfield has seen a city that has had money and a city that has not.

    As his final term is coming to a close, Hatfield said he will be asking for a forensic audit of the city’s finances.

  • Three indicted for bomb device at motel

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Three individuals have been indicted for their roles in a pipe bomb incident at a local motel.

    Mark A. Cundiff, 25, and Pashence Hoffman, 20, both of Shepherdsville, along with Charles Keith, 18, of Lebanon Junction, were recently indicted by the Bullitt County Grand Jury.

    Each have been charged with complicity to wanton endangerment (three counts) and complicity to possession of a destructive/booby trap device.

  • Computer coding new art at CES

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — A new foreign language is being taught in elementary schools: the language of computer programming. 

    Coding is the language designers use to instruct a computer program what to do. Through coding, a video game character knows when to jump or when to turn the corner. Coding is also used in website design. A link changes colors when clicked or a drop down menu drops when the mouse hovers over it because of the code written behind it.

  • Fall Festival Fun in Lebanon Junction

     The weather was beautiful, although a bit warm, for a fall festival.

    The Wall Street Park Lebanon Junction Festival drew big crowds on Friday and Saturday.

    The highlight of the annual event is the Saturday morning parade. Many lined the streets of downtown Lebanon Junction.

    The center of the festival was the Wall Street Park. Many activities were held on both days, including music from local entertainers.

  • Court removes two SE Bullitt members

                CLERMONT -- Unless there is a successful appeal in Bullitt Circuit Court, it appears that there will be two new members of the Southeast Bullitt Fire Protection District Board.
        Bullitt Fiscal Court unanimously voted to remove Thomas Kelly and Kevin Moulton from the Southeast fire board effective immediately.