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Today's News

  • Curb kits run into problems in MW subdivision

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — Residents in Mount Washington thought they found a solution to scraping their cars on the high curbs of their Twelve Oaks driveways.

    Six years ago, someone in the city told them the solution was allowed.

    However, the current administration says that the solution breaks a city ordinance put into effect in 1991.

    According to ordinance 91.32, no person shall encumber any street or sidewalk with barrels, boxes, cans, articles or substances of any kind, so as to interfere with the free and unobstructed use thereof.

  • Louisville felon pleads guilty to multiple drugs, firearms charges
  • Old library to become new MW city hall

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — As construction continues on the newest library building in the middle of town, the mystery over what will happen to the current building has been solved.

    The city of Mount Washington will buy the building for $225,000 and will take possession and close on the deal once the library makes the move to the new building in spring of next year.

  • State Treasurer Ball says Bullitt one of the growing counties

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce brought in an expert to speak on finances.

    Kentucky State Treasurer Allison Ball served as guest speaker for the Chamber’s November “Buy Local - Buy Chamber” networking luncheon at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    Ball mentioned that Bullitt County was one of the Commonwealth’s fastest-growing communities, a reason she wanted to visit and speak at the event.

    “I like to be where it is happening and encourage the growth,” she said.

  • Community Thanksgiving service

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Hebron Presbyterian Church, First Church of Nazarene, First Baptist Church of Shepherdsville and Immanuel Baptist Church make up the Fellowship of Concern, a group dedicated to setting aside the way they do things and coming together to help those in need throughout the community.

    The annual Community Thanksgiving Service featured music by Isabelle Tipton, Doug Ferguson, Mya Hunter and Blake Herron and messages from each of the churches’ pastors.

  • Avoid mistakes when accepting financial aid for college students

     Many students spend more for college than they should by making some common mistakes when seeking financial aid. 

    Follow these tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) to make sure you get the help you need.

  • BC FFA busy during fall season; students are recognized

     The Bullitt Central FFA Chapter are teaching kids to get involved.  To start, several students participated in the Kentucky Farm Bureau Outstanding Youth contest. 

    Students spent many hours preparing speeches on various agriculture topics to be given in front of a large audience. 

    We want to recognize from left to right wearing their FFA jacket (Chrissie White, Olivia Lile, Jacqueline Goff, and Courtney Hughes) for taking the time to prepare and represent our Chapter. 

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning November 27, 2016

    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.

  • Attorney says projects may be lost

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt Fiscal Court may have solved a part of its problem but there is another issue still looming.
        And, continued delays in finding an answer may wind up costing the county jobs and tax revenue.
        Over the past several months, issues over staffing in the code enforcement office and the lack of a planning administrator has left developers and builders at a loss.
        Without the proper staffing, development will stop.

  • Geometric path leads Headley to teaching career

        SHEPHERDSVILLE—On her first day as an eighth grade geometry student, Chassidy Headley’s teacher did something that would stick with her students the rest of their lives: she connected geometry to the real world.
        Years later, a now grown Headley hopes to connect to her seventh grade students the same way.
        “I think, if we can make those connections, they might actually like it and might be more engaged,” the Bullitt Lick Middle teacher said.