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Today's News

  • Louisville woman sentenced for conspiracy to sex traffic a minor

     LOUISVILLE – A Louisville, Kentucky, woman was sentenced today in United States District Court by District Judge David J. Hale to eight years in prison, followed by tens years of supervised release, for conspiracy to sex traffic a minor, announced U. S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Exclusive interview with the elusive BEAR

     CLERMONT - Officials at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest always felt the opportunity was bearly possible.

    Rangers investigated claw tracks and took reports on a number of missing picnic baskets before receiving photographic proof that a black bear was in the forest last week.

  • WORLD SERIES BOUND: Blue Lick 18 gives Ford dream trip

     HILLVIEW -- For some, it might be the first time to fly on an airplane.

    For others, it might be the first time to travel outside the Kentuckiana area.

    But for Challis Ford, it will be his first trip to the Babe Ruth World Series.

    After coaching young men the art of baseball for the past 45 years, Ford will have his first opportunity to join nine other elite teams from across the United States.

  • Helping those in need have a good hair day on Sunday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Thanks to Great Clips and the Helping Out People Everywhere (HOPE) in Bullitt County organization, some Bullitt County residents are readily prepared for the upcoming school year.

    The Great Clips Shepherdsville location hosted a free haircut event for HOPE clients as a way to help them prepare for the Aug. 10 first day of school.

    Along with haircuts and styles for all family members, students also received free backpacks and school supplies.

  • Lawsuit seeks to clarify candidacy of MW fire board winner

     MOUNT WASHINGTON— After securing 94 of the 168 votes for the property owner position on the Mount Washington Fire Protection District Board of Trustees, Michael Huffman thought his position was secure.

    That is, until the board brought up a by-law that could cause his votes to be considered tainted.

    And legal action has been taken to determine whether Huffman can serve on the fire board.

  • It Happened in JULY

     We will look back 25, 50, 75, and 99 years to capture glimpses of what was happening in Bullitt County in each of these years. Today we will focus on the month of July.

    1991 - 25 Years Ago

  • Code enforcement board could help Hillview in its cleanup efforts

     HILLVIEW - Like other cities, Hillview wants to remain a clean and safe place to live.

    Unlike other Northern Bullitt cities, the Hillview City Council is taking measures to control its own code enforcement laws, rather than accepting new mandates handed down by state officials.

    The state changes include allowing the receiver of a nuisance warning a total of 14 days to come within compliance. Anyone holding liens on the property would receive 45-day notification.

  • ART CAMP

     Some Bullitt County students took an artistic approach to summer vacation.

    A three-day Art Camp was hosted at Shepherdsville Elementary, hosted by the Shepherdsville/Nichols Family Resource Centers and Bernheim/Bullitt Lick Youth Services Centers.

    Students participated in hands-on art activities involving “Zentangle” patterns that feature geometric shapes, creating freestyle images and decorating piggy banks with various patterns.

  • Proud Writers

     The Bullitt County Genealogical Society hosted their second annual book fair at Shepherdsville City Hall on Saturday.

    In attendance were local authors with a passion for the county and state’s history.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning July 24, 2016