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Today's News

  • Eagles show plenty of fight in Friday’s victory

     HEBRON ESTATES -- After a tough outing against one of the select teams in the hunt for a 6-A state championship year in and year out, North Bullitt head coach Adam Billings was looking for one thing this week.

    Fight.

    And, he felt his Eagles gave him the fight and determination he was looking for in the 47-20 victory over the Southern Trojans.

    “We’re going to get better each week,” Billings said of his young team.

    The host got off to q good start.

  • Cougars aren’t afraid of any Bears

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Some would label it redemption.

    Others would say it was revenge.

    What everyone would call it was a huge statement for Bullitt Central football on Friday as the maroon and gray beat visiting Spencer County 38-13.

    It was just two seasons ago on the very same field that Spencer County rushed for 737 yards in a 77-42 win over the Cougars. Needless to say, Bullitt Central’s defensive coordinator at the time didn’t get any sleep that night.

  • 102nd ARCA Race at Salem Speedway Sept. 9th

     TOLEDO, Oh. - The 102nd ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race is on the way at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, going under the lights, Saturday, Sept. 9th.

    Building off the tradition established last year during the 100th centennial race, the upcoming Eddie Gilstrap Motors Fall Classic presented by Meadow View/Salem Crossing is now the “Official Throwback Weekend of ARCA”.

  • BBB warns of Hurricane Harvey scams

     With the effects of Hurricane Harvey and the flooding in Texas, many people are opening their hearts and wallets to try to help the victims in the area. Unfortunately, events like these provide an opportunity for scammers.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning August 27, 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.

     

  • Tax hike proposed for school system

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — When members of the Bullitt County Public School Board meet on Monday, they will have to consider a proposed tax increase.

    The proposal will be to increase the tax rate on both real and personal property from 69.4 cents per $100 of assessed property to $71.4 cents.

    On property assessed at $100,000, the tax could go from $694 to $714.

    Public comments will be held at a hearing, set to begin at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 28, at the central office. The board will then vote on the new rate.

  • Carryover or no carryover: that is the city’s issue

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- How often does a budget get more discussion after it was passed than during the process?

    In the city of Shepherdsville, town leaders engaged in a discussion recently about whether the new annual budgets should include any carryover amount.

    “That’s wrong,” city attorney Walter Sholar said when he learned that the 2017-18 Shepherdsville budget contained a carryover amount of $0.

  • ‘Trash’ talk to begin again on ordinance, bids

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Shepherdsville City Council shall give an opportunity to rebid on the city’s trash collection contract to all companies.

    A special meeting was held Wednesday to select which company would become the city’s next collection provider. However, the council unanimously rejected all bids due to a glitch in the process.

    Council members determined to throw out three bids received due to a technicality in the city’s new ordinance pertaining to trash collection requirement for customers with delinquent bill payments.

  • A Walk Through Downtown

     MOUNT WASHINGTON—With Mount Washington’s ever-changing scenery, sometimes it’s nice to take a walk down memory lane.

    Hosted by the Mount Washington Historical Society, over 30 residents joined in on the first-ever walking tour through downtown Mount Washington.

    Led by local historian Bobby Darnell and historical society president Dale Salmon, participants walked Main Street and viewed pictures of the same spots from up to 100 years ago.

  • BBB: Phony Landlords Rent Too-Good-to-Be-True Apartments

      Looking for an apartment? Watch out for this con using the Airbnb name. Phony landlords post photos of too-good-to-be-true rentals and claim the property will be managed by Airbnb. In reality, both the property and the relationship with Airbnb are fake.

    How the Scam Works