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Today's News

  • Reconciliation helps to unite Bullitt community

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - There were smiles, hugs and handshakes all around, proving the Day of Healing Through Prayer and Reconciliation to be a success.

    The event was hosted by the Bullitt County Ministerial Association at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre, designed as an opportunity for area leaders and residents to meet and get along for the betterment of the community.

    Event organizer Randy Pace introduced an All-Star group of volunteer singers from all three county high schools as a combined performance choir.

  • Shepherd's Shelter faces financial hurdles

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - There are two plans of attack in the battle against homelessness.

    The short-term approach involves finding immediate food, clothing and shelter for those in need.

    The long-term involves a process in which the person gets back on their feet in an attempt to re-establish a normal, self-sustaining life.

    The Shepherd's Shelter, Inc., is a non-profit, faith-based organization first created in 2001 by local citizens, offering "a continuum of care" throughout the entire homeless process.

  • Hill enjoys opportunity to expand role in schools as new MW resource officer

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--Sgt. Becky Hill has had a passion for teaching the DARE program for many years, recently she was given the opportunity to focus on it full-time.

  • Woman found dead in creek

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--A woman was found dead in a creek off Martin Hill Road in western Bullitt County on Thursday afternoon.

    Her discovery came two days after Jennifer Pettjohn Pike, 30, and an unnamed man apparently went to the creek to avoid the police.

    According to Capt. Mike Murdoch of the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office, the victim's boyfriend contacted the police on Thursday. He said the last time he saw Pike was on Tuesday.

    At this stage, Murdoch said it was an open investigation.

  • State wrestling postponed by winter weather

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Kentucky State Wrestling Tournament, which was scheduled to include 12 from Bullitt County, was postponed over the weekend because of the cold and snowy weather conditions.

         The decision was made on Wednesday as the KHSAA would have had to start preparation for the event at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park the following day. The actual wrestling was scheduled for Friday and Saturday.

  • Shepherdsville upgrades with Louisville Geek for IT assistance, website

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A geek from Louisville will protect the city of Shepherdsville.

    The Shepherdsville City Council unanimously approved a contract extension with Louisville Geek for information technology protection.

    Louisville Geek has already been working with the city. Shepherdsville Police Lt. Col. Dan Patchin has served as the city's liaison with the company.

    At a previous council meeting, Patchin said estimated costs for city to work with Louisville Geek was estimated at $71,000.

  • District hoops action starts Monday...weather allowing

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With the cooperation of Mother Nature, one of the most exciting times of the high school sports season will start this week with district basketball tournaments across the state.

         For Bullitt Central and North Bullitt, that means 23rd District action. This year’s event will be in the Big House as Bullitt Central will be hosting despite construction at the school.

  • Smith ready to anchor Ky. Wesleyan's offensive line

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers were looking for big linemen in their 2015 recruiting class and coach Brent Holsclaw signed one of the biggest recently when Bullitt Central’s Zack Smith signed with the school in Owensboro.

         At 6-3 and 305 pounds, Smith was one of the biggest and best offensive lineman in the area.

  • Eastside hosts big archery tourney

    PLEASANT GROVE – Recently, the Eastside Middle School Archery program hosted a major tournament for teams all around the state with divisions for elementary, middle school and high school teams.

         The competition had 700 competitors over two days with 29 different schools taking part.

  • Mount Washington looks at tax on abandoned property tract to help clean up city

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--Mount Washington means business. At a recent city council meeting, Mayor Barry Armstrong said he was interested in implementing an abandoned property tax.

    The issue has been a hot topic at meetings for some time now.

    Lori Puchino, director for the Main Street Program, has asked the council several times to address the excess of abandoned properties,businesses and excess signage.

    Though it is in the preliminary stages, Armstrong said action must be taken to “clean up the city.”