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Today's News

  • Incumbent faces challenge in School Board 2nd

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The battle for District 2 on the Bullitt County Public School Board will pit two men. One of who is serving his first term on the board versus another who is seeking his first elected office.

    Incumbent Gary Wooldridge will be challenged by Marion Arlis Hill.

    The winner will serve a four-year term on the board.

    Marion Arlis Hill

    For years, Hill has been involved with the youth in the community. Starting with football and now in volleyball, Hill wants to help the youth.

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  • Be prepared to make election day pleasant

    Election Day is coming!  With a record number of voters expected to arrive at the polls on Election Day, voter preparation is the key to a smooth voting experience. 

    Please have your candidate selection decisions made before you get to the machine.

    Sample ballots will be available at the polls and a copy will be printed in the local paper.

  • Two newcomers will battle in School Board First

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Mike Robison will not run for re-election as the District One representative on the Bullitt County Public School Board.

    Two candidates - Lorraine McLaughlin and Donna Miller - will be vying for the four-year term.

    Lorraine McLaughlin

    If things don’t work, you analyze the situation and evaluate the course of action to take.

    McLaughlin learned that in her nursing training. She believes the same rationale would work as a member of the school board.

  • Eleven battle for six seats on Mount Washington council

    MOUNT WASHINGTON — Eleven candidates are vying for a spot on Mount Washington City Council this election, seven of which have previous political experience.

    Each candidate has his or her own goals if elected. Read on to find out why each candidate has chosen to run and what he or she plans to do if elected:

    Clifton Hudson

    Clifton Hudson has been looking for a way to get involved in city or county government for several years.

  • For three quarters, Cougars are perfect against Southern

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - If there had been one very minor, questionable aspect to Bullitt Central’s remarkable dream football season, it had been that the Cougars had been slow starters this year.

    In all of the team’s big wins, Bullitt East, Anderson County and North Bullitt, the maroon and gray had fallen behind and then rallied to get the win. That makes it exciting for fans, but wears on coaches at a point.

  • HOLIDAYS: OCTOBER 2008

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  • Doss imperfect trade for NB

    HEBRON ESTATES - The windstorm in Louisville a month ago played havoc with the high school football schedule and North Bullitt will find out just how much it hurt them on Friday when they square off with a powerful Doss team.

    This game is a replacement for the contest that North Bullitt lost with Waggener. Doss was a late replacement for this week which should have been the Eagles’ ‘open’ date.

    It has not turned out to be an ever swap. Back on Oct. 10, Doss killed Waggener 61-0. The Wildcats have not won a game this season while Doss is 6-2.

  • Woman charged with exploitation

    HILLVIEW - A 21-year-old Hillview woman has been arrested and charged with taking money from an elderly man.

    Ironically, she was caught by local police agencies after she committed robbery of a Meijer's store on Preston Highway and assaulted a security guard.

    Jessica M. Powell is currently in Louisville Metro Corrections on charges related to the Monday night robbery.

    Det. Scotty McGaha said police were alerted to the robbery and Hillview police officers pursued Powell and two male adults. They were captured on Carter Avenue and Blue Lick Road.

  • Could radical group change course of holidays?

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County became the host of a newly founded radical holiday group eager to alter the status of all major holidays.

    A gathering of officials and figureheads at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre determined that the annual holiday calendar should change.

    The main figurehead for the event was Jack O’Lantern, Irish representative of the Scary Creatures and Really Evil Ancient Monsters (SCREAM) organization.