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Today's News

  • Ward, Porter attend judicial college

     FRANKFORT– District Court Judges Rebecca Ward and Jennifer Porter, who serve Bullitt County, participated in sessions on criminal evidence, forensics, implicit bias, legislation and more at the 2017 District Judges College in Covington from Aug. 22-25. 

    The Education Committee of the Kentucky District Judges Association and the Office of Judicial Branch Education at the Administrative Office of the Courts developed the college. 

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning September 17, 2017

      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.

    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.

     

  • Hillview looks for magical cure to stop speeders

     HILLVIEW — The mayor hates to get phone calls about speeding motorists.

    The police chief hates to get phone calls from the mayor complaining about calls he is getting on speeding motorists.

    The problem is there may never be a solution to the common denominator to the complaint calls — speeding motorists.

    Hillview mayor Jim Eadens said he can look outside his front door and watch speeders race up and down Overdale Drive.

    And he gets phone calls from all parts of the city complaining about drivers exceeding the speed limit.

  • Repeal of merit ordinance may open up field for sheriff

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- A race which seemed destined to have a large field next year could be open to a few more candidates.

    Bullitt Fiscal Court is being asked to repeal an ordinance which set up job protection for members of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office.

    But that ordinance also prevented current deputies from running for the position of sheriff — unless they were willing to resign from their job.

  • Chicago company acquires Publishers

     LEBANON JUNCTION -- An icon in the Bullitt County business community and the first major employer in the area has been sold.

  • AWESOME: Colorado firm purchases local flea market

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- When Steve Gasser decided to open a flea market in Bullitt County, he wanted to make a splash.

    And he knew that he had to do some clever marketing. And he did.

    When Gasser selected the name, he went for the best.

    The Most Awesome Flea Market opened 22 years ago in a field between the Salt River and Cedar Grove Road.

    With vendors both inside and outside, the marketing worked as the crowds were large each Saturday and Sunday.

  • Council to reduce number of restricted accounts

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Despite having a carryover in the general fund of around $1.8 million, city officials in Shepherdsville raised questions about whether the coffers might run dry.

    And, after seeing what happened in 2011, they were clear that history would not repeat itself.

    For an hour, council members threw out allegations that transactions could be “possibly illegal” and that “numbers don’t add up.”

  • Fox Chase residents will have new signs for their city streets

    FOX CHASE - For Fox Chase residents, a new sign is a good sign.

    The Fox Chase City Council agreed to replace street signs throughout the city at a total cost of $150 per sign.

    Council member Mike Higgins said he noticed that the signs were becoming difficult to read in some places due to their weathering.

    The council selected Dale Mulhall to replace the current signs with signs of similar color and text style, along with proper reflective materials. Mulhall said he would also replace the sign posts.

  • Traffic accident leads to arrest for Cub Run resident

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- An accident has led to a DUI charge for a Cub Run resident.

    Shepherdsville Police responded to a non-injury accident on Aug. 29 at Highway 61 and Joe B. Hall Avenue.

    Once on the scene, officers determined that one of the operators of vehicles involved in the collision was under the influence of alcohol.

    Amy Wray, 48, of Cub Run was arrested by Officer Cowan and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs with an aggravating circumstance.

  • Shepherdsville turns to K-9 units to assist in various law enforcement activities

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- During his four years of service with the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office, Billy Allen advocated for a K-9 unit.

    When he went to the Shepherdsville Police Department, Allen again had an interest in starting a K-9 unit.

    So, when two positions were posted to work as a K-9 officer, Allen jumped at the opportunity.

    Now, Allen and Chad Woods have new partners, Diego and Cherry.

    So far, the experience has been a great one, said Allen.