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Today's News

  • Huber selected principal at Bullitt Central High

     Erik Huber looks forward to Aug. 9th when he will greet Bullitt Central High School students as their new principal.

  • Shepherdsville police make arrests for separate shoplifting charges

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — A call on a shoplifter led to an added finding against a Shepherdsville man.

    Shepherdsville police responded to a shoplifting charge on July 11 at the Speedway on Highway 44 East.

    When officers arrived, Dustin Sturm, 32, was still on the property.

    Besides being in possession of the stolen merchandise, it was determined Sturm also had an outstanding warrant.

    He has been charged with theft by unlawful taking under $500 and served with the arrest warrant.

  • READING BLAST

     Bullitt Lick Middle School hosted a Summer Reading Party for all students and their families, including incoming sixth graders.

    The event included fun and games and a free cookout meal, along with an opportunity to collect new t-shirts and meet members of the BLMS staff.

    Fun activities were provided courtesy of the Bullitt County YMCA and Games 2U Mobile Entertainment.

    The Bullitt County Public Library and the Dream Express mobile library also attended, promoting summertime reading and education.

  • Former Russell Co. teacher sentenced 5 years for child sex exploitation

     LOUISVILLE – A Russell County, Kentucky, resident and former teacher, convicted of a crime involving the sexual exploitation of a minor, was sentenced in United States District Court yesterday, by District Judge Greg N. Stivers, to serve 60 months in prison, followed by a ten year period of supervised release and register as a sex offender in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. There is no parole in the federal prison system.

  • Muhlenberg Co. mine worker guilty of violating safety, health act

     OWENSBORO –  The Chief of Maintenance at Ken American Resources Paradise #9 Mine located in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, recently pleaded guilty to a federal grand jury indictment, in United States District Court, before Chief Judge Joseph H. McKinley, Jr., charging him with violating the Mine Safety and Health Act, announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Making a big splash in Hillview

     HILLVIEW - The Hillview Recreation Department’s latest project is a big splash.

    Many interested kids and their families turned out for the ribbon cutting at the city’s new splash park located next to the Recreation Center.

    The park contains a dunk bucket, a giant mushroom and animals that squirt water, along with a shower head. Patrons push a large tube to start the waterworks.

  • LJ employees to see hike in their pay for fiscal year

    LEBANON JUNCTION— After five years, Lebanon Junction city employees will get a little extra something in their wallets.

    Mayor Larry Dangerfield suggested a 50-cent raise for all city employees, which comes to $1,040 additional each year. Dangerfield confirmed the money was already in the budget, he just wanted the council’s agreement on the long-awaited increase.

    Dangerfield also asked the council to consider raising the cap on the police chief’s salary. The raise would be on the ordinance, not the chief’s paycheck. 

  • Could this be last budget Parker has to worry about in Hunters Hollow?

    HUNTERS HOLLOW - It could be the last city budget mayor Linda Parker ever has to worry about it… and there wasn’t too much to worry about.

    The Hunters Hollow City Commission unanimously approved the city’s 2017-18 fiscal year budget ordinance, which goes into effect July 1.

    The budget will carry over around $135,000 in available resources, along with $30,000 in its Municipal Road Aid fund (MARF).

  • FIRST-YEAR TEACHERS: Greene has learning experience in class

     HEBRON ESTATES— The students aren’t the only ones that learn something each school year. Teachers are constantly learning, especially in their first year.

    Like North Bullitt High art teacher Kayla Greene, who spent her first year as a teacher experimenting with new techniques and learning just as much about herself as her students learned about art.

  • Lebanon Junction council agrees to small increase in center rental fee

     LEBANON JUNCTION— No one ever willingly wants to raise prices, but sometimes it’s just what the budget calls for.

    After a meeting with the bookkeeper to look over the budget in April, Mayor Larry Dangerfield said everything looks good for the most part.

    One concern he had was the community center and lot the city purchased in January for $56,000 after previously renting the building from Publisher’s Printing for $1 a year.

    The current rental rate for the building is a $50 rental fee plus a $50 refundable deposit.