Today's News

  • Five charged in shooting death at Bowling Green market

     BOWLING GREEN – United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman today announced the arrest of five co-defendants charged in the shooting death of a Bowling Green resident, while robbing the La Placita market, located in Warren County, Kentucky.

    The Bowling Green homicide is tied to a string of at least twelve violent robberies occurring at small, privately owned stores across Kentucky, Tennessee, and North Carolina.

  • Woman faces indictment in plot to have person killed

        SHEPHERDSVILLE — A woman has been indicted for her role in attempting to murder another individual.
        The Bullitt County Grand Jury recently indicted Vickie Daub for criminal solicitation to commit murder.
        According to the indictment, on Feb. 13, 2016, Daub encouraged another person to cause the death of a man.
        This is a Class B felony, which is punishable by 10-20 years in prison.
        Shepherdsville police officer Tim Wade investigated the case.

  • Keith attends state clerks’ college

      Bullitt County Circuit Court Clerk Paulitta Keith joined fellow circuit clerks in celebrating the 25th anniversary of their Trust For Life program as part of the 2017 Circuit Court Clerks Fall College that took place Sept. 17-20 in Covington.

    The Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks created the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust For Life to educate Kentuckians about the life-saving mission of organ donation. 

  • BC boys win MKAC CC crown

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – In the final tune-up before the Class 3-A, Region 3 Championships this Saturday at Seneca Park in Louisville, all three Bullitt County cross-country programs competed in the Mid-Kentucky Athletic Conference meet last Tuesday at the Tanglewood Golf Course in Taylorsville.

    Bullitt Central and Bullitt East have been grinding on each other all season on both the boys and the girls’ side of things and in the MKC Championships it was the Cougars coming out on top in both races.

  • Some creepy movie suggestions in future

      Monsters. Witches. Zombies. Grim reapers. Headless specters. Scary doctors. Evil scientists. Shadowy figures. Spooky creatures. Bloodsucking eels. Stalking wolves.

    But enough about national government officials… let’s cut to the upcoming Halloween holiday instead.

  • Veterans Hospital won’t be in Bullitt

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- When discussions in Louisville started about possibly locating a new veterans’ hospital in a different spot, Bullitt County officials jumped into the conversation.
        The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs had already purchased property in 2012 with a price tag of nearly $13 million.
        However, there were concerns that the Brownsboro Road locations may not have been the best spot.

  • Sign says ‘STOP’ on any new changes on ordinance

        HILLVIEW — The Hillview City Council placed a stop sign on the city’s updated sign ordinance.
        City attorney Tammy Baker presented a second reading of a proposed sign regulation ordinance that updated a previous city ordinance established in 1997.

  • Domestic Violence Month: Emotional and verbal abuse

    (This is the third article in our four-part series on Partner Violence)

        When most people hear the phrase “domestic violence” and who have had the good fortune not to have experienced it, they think of physical violence and possibly sexual assault.  We’ll read about it or see it on TV.  The courts issue protective orders for the most part to protect a person from physical and sexual assault.

  • BC advances to semis; BE and NB fall

        SHEPHERDSVILLE – After losing two straight games to force a fifth and deciding game on Monday in the opening round of the Sixth Region Volleyball Tournament, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars answered with a calm and steady resolve and were able to turn back visiting Beth Haven 15-10 to pull out the victory.

  • Shepherd now in charge of BCPS transportation

     The new face in charge of a fleet of school buses is Joe Shepherd.

    “I am very excited to be here at Bullitt County and take on the role as the Director of Transportation. I look forward to working with and meeting the people of the schools and communities we serve,” he said.

    Shepherd spent the past nine months as Transportation Director of Franklin County Schools. Prior to that, he was with Jefferson County Schools for approximately 20 years.