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Today's News

  • Physician settles false, civil claims

     LOUISVILLE – Forrest S. Kuhn, Jr., M.D., a physician specializing in allergy, asthma and immunology with medical offices in Louisville, Danville, and Glasgow, Kentucky, has agreed to pay $751,681.16 to resolve allegations that he violated the federal False Claims Act by submitting false claims to Medicare, Medicaid, and other government health care programs, announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr., who is no relation to the defendant. 

  • Leach Family: One of the county’s earliest settlers

     Bullitt County started out with four magisterial districts.  The third District was name Leaches District.  Bullitt County was created out of Jefferson and Nelson County in 1796.  

    The borders and names have changed over several years.  From around 1870 through as late as 1940 the district was known as the Leaches District.   Some people thought the name Leaches was a creepy blood sucking worm.  

    But, the District was named after Enoch Leach.

  • Legislature makes historic strides in ‘17

      It was an honor to serve you and our district in Frankfort this session. Called the “most productive and historic session” in history, I, along with my colleagues in the Senate, were proud to stand with Kentuckians as we passed historic legislation alongside our new House Majority. 

    In November of 2016, citizens from across the Commonwealth gave us a mandate through the electoral process to fundamentally change our state. 

  • Agriculture literacy week observed

     Agriculture Literacy Week is in March.  However, Bullitt County Farm Bureau celebrated most of the month.  This time is set aside each year to draw attention to the many ways American’s food sysem improves the quality of life for our people.

  • May is blooming with activity at Bernheim

     CLERMONT --  Spring is in full swing and that means it’s time to get outside and experience all that is budding in nature. 

    It also means it’s time for BloomFest, Bernheim’s annual celebration of spring on Saturday, May 20, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 

    Whether it’s joining the costume parade, participating in naturalist-led discovery stations or enjoying local artisans and food vendors, there is an activity for everyone.

  • LaRue Co. man sentenced on child porn charges

     LOUISVILLE – United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr., announced today that a Larue County, Kentucky resident was sentenced yesterday in United States District Court by Senior Judge Charles R. Simpson, III, to 78 months in prison followed by ten years of supervised release.   The Court further ordered Benjamin Boyd of Hodgenville, Kentucky to pay $65,000 in restitution to be divided between nine identified victims, after he pleaded guilty to receipt and possession of child pornography.

  • Former LMPD officer guilty of theft, sentenced

     LOUISVILLE - United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. today announced the five month prison sentence followed by five months home detention,  of a former Louisville Metro Police Department Detective, by Senior Judge Thomas B. Russell, in United States District Court, for stealing contents of packages while working as a drug interdiction task force officer.

  • East beats everybody but Mother Nature

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers beat everybody they faced last week except for Mother Nature.

    And they almost beat her.

    Getting in four games last week, Bullitt East put together a four-game winning streak for the second time this season. One of the wins came on Wednesday when the red and gold defeated defending Sixth Region champion Holy Cross 3-2, the only challenging game of the week.

  • County cleanup days later in May

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Maybe the most anticipated and most appreciated county service will be a little later this spring.

    But, don’t fret, the Bullitt County cleanup days will be held again this spring.

    Solid waste coordinator Larry Hatfield said the dates have been moved back to May to avoid some conflicts in dates.

    Cleanup days are scheduled from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Shelter group will look at fees before vote taken on ordinance

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The animal shelter committee will have another item on its agenda to consider at its May 10 meeting.

    A decision is needed on what fees will be charged for various services provided by the shelter.

    Angie Greenup, assistant animal control district direcotr, told members of Bullitt Fiscal Court that she didn’t agree with proposed changes in the fees.

    She did research with other facilities and listed suggestions. County attorney John Wooldridge offered alternatives.