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Today's News

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning March 30, 2015

    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.

     

  • Agency helps find jobs

    LOUISVILLE--Community Services Project recently joined the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce. The nonprofit helps people with severe disabilities find jobs.

    “Our mission is to provide competitive fulfilling employment opportunities for persons with disabilities including veterans, youth in transition and the homeless,” said CEO executive director Mary O'Bryan.

  • Detective, prosecutor have theories on murder, abuse

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- While the defendant Stanley Lewis Dishon gave no insight into his reasons in committing heinous crimes against family members dating back to 1982, those associated with the case were able to lay out some of their theories.
        And prosecutor Michael Ferguson is concerned that some would not come forward when allegations do occur.
        Under an Alford plea, Dishon admitted killing his niece, Jessica Dishon, in September 1999.

  • Stanley Lewis Dishon sentenced to 20 years

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The parents of the murdered teenager were there for answers.
        Three of the victims of sexual abuse dating back to 1982 were also there on Thursday seeking answers.
        But at the end of the final sentencing hearing for Stanley Lewis Dishon, there were no answers on why the 56-year-old man could have committed such crimes.
        Special Circuit Judge Charles Simms III accepted the Alford pleas entered in January involving multiple allegations against Dishon.

  • Track season is off and racing despite despicable weather

    SHEPHERDSVILLE-- Despite some just horrible weather during the pre-season and again through the first two weeks of what could have been the start of the regular season, the area track teams have managed to shift into action for the season.
        Plus, for the third straight season, there are no home track meets planned by any of the three programs. In fact, there is no All-Bullitt County Track and Field Meet listed on any of the teamÕs schedules for this season.

  • KSP charges Louisville man with child porn possession, distribution

     LOUISVILLE - On March 26, 2015, at approximately 5:20 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch, assisted by KSP Post 4-Elizabethtown, arrested Christopher L. Miller, 32, for charges related to possession and distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

  • Who can you really trust these days?

     While recently driving around in snow and cold all week, in a vehicle without proper heat, used tires and worn windshield wipers, fighting off the pending cold that has waited months to attack me, I eat lunch at my desk.

    I take a break to clear my head, and one of the things I check is my email, where I’m informed by a friend that Major League Baseball player Alex Rodriguez has apologized to us.

  • 2015 Irene Carroll Style Show and Scholarship Luncheon

     The Bullitt County Woman’s Club hosted its 44th annual Irene Carroll Style Show and Scholarship Luncheon on Saturday at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    This year’s theme was Spring into Education and Christy Coulter was the guest speaker.

  • Medica owner decides time right to retire; customers now part of Rite-Aid franchise

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Twenty years ago, Leon Claywell felt there was a need for an independently-owned pharmacy in Shepherdsville.

    Now, 20 years after opening Medica (originally called The Medicine Shoppe), Claywell still believes that there is a need for those independently-owned operations.

    But as Claywell is not as young as he was when the store opened near the railroad tracks on Highway 44 East, he knows the time has come to retire.

  • Cincinnati man sentenced for sex trafficking scheme

    WASHINGTON – Senior U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II of the Western District of Kentucky sentenced Cincinnati resident, Christopher Hisle, 45, to serve 180 months in prison and 10 years of supervised release, the Justice Department announced today.

    Restitution will be determined at a future date. Hisle pleaded guilty on Nov. 14, 2014, to sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion, and to enticing individuals to travel in interstate commerce for prostitution and transporting individuals in interstate commerce for prostitution.