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Today's News

  • Larry Dangerfield selected LJ mayor

    LEBANON JUNCTION--Spring showers has also brought new leadership to Lebanon Junction.

    At a recent city council meeting, city attorney Walt Sholar read a letter of resignation from former Mayor Steve Masden.

    Sholar told the council they had 30 days to fill the position. Qualifications for the position included an applicant who is at least 25 years-old and a resident of Lebanon Junction.

    He said the appointee would fill the position until the next election.

  • Which tax comes first? City investigates

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Gary Board brought receipts with him and wanted explanations.

                The receipts were from three different restaurants located within the Shepherdsville city limits, each appearing to charge a different sales tax rate.

                Board addressed the Shepherdsville City Council wondering which was the correct rate and why was there a difference.

  • Tax rates to remain same for Fox Chase residents

    FOX CHASE - The tax rates for the city of Fox Chase have been approved.

                The city council unanimously approved rates for real and personal property, as well as for public services. The rates remained the same as the previous year.

                Real property tax rates were set at 13.88 cents per $100 of property. Personal property and public service tax rates were set at 17.45 cents.

  • Shepherdsville working on plan to map zoning areas

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Shepherdsville City Council wants to avoid future situations in which residents may feel they are in the Twilight Zone.

                The city is in need of an updated Shepherdsville zoning map, and the first steps have been taken toward the upgrades.

                City attorney Joe Wantland said the Bullitt County Attorney's Office required each legislative body within the county to maintain its own zoning maps.

  • Three arrested for major indoor pot grow operation

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Three people were arrested early Tuesday morning after a major indoor marijuana growing operation was busted.

    Shepherdsville Police units discovered the illegal operation in the basement of a residence located in the 200 block of Shady Glen Circle.

    Police responded to a dispute at 3:50 a.m. taking place inside the residence. Upon arrival, they immediately detected the odor of fresh marijuana.

  • Crash at Highway 44 and old Bardstown Road slows traffic

    Update Tuesday, April 14 at 10:11 a.m.

    Detective Dan Kelty has confirmed the driver was arrested for DUI and taken into custody. A woman was taken to Baptist East Hospital.

    The two vehicles were traveling west on Highway 44 towards Shepherdsville. The woman paused to make a righthand turn onto old Bardstown Road and was rear-ended by the man.

    "He wasn't paying attention," Kelty said.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning April 13, 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.

     

  • A long weekend for NB at Harrison County

     HEBRON ESTATES – A year ago, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles surprised themselves a little bit when they traveled to Harrison County for the Vernon Bibb Memorial Tournament and came home with three wins and the championship trophy.

    This spring, North Bullitt got another surprise at the same tournament. Unfortunately, this year, it was more a shocking surprise as the team came home with three losses and nothing to show for the weekend.

  • BC softball again losing injury battle

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – If it was not for bad news, Bullitt Central softball coach Mike Phillips would really have no news to report at all.

    For the second straight season injuries are playing a key role in the team struggling on the field. Already, Phillips and the Lady Cougars have lost their top two catchers this season as both Brooklyn Benefield and Bethany Mann are out with injuries. Benefield with a broken wrist that will have her on the sideline for up to six weeks while Mann will miss at least two weeks with a knee injury.

  • Lady Chargers split four in Florida

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – There were a couple of disappointing stretches for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers on their annual spring break trip to the Disney Spring Training complex in Florida.

    It was sort of a bad doughnut week for the red and gold. There were losses surrounding the week, but with two wins in the middle.