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Today's News

  • Mount Washington gets variances to allow company to build new facility

        MOUNT WASHINGTON -- With little community feedback, plans to build a new manufacturing factory in the Mount Washington Business Park received three needed variances.
        The Bullitt County Board of Adjustment approved variances for the reduction of parking spaces, for an encroachment into a setback and to reduce the actual size of the parking spaces.

  • Car Show helps Santa; signups begin

    The annual Shepherdsville Santa car show was recently held at the city park. Hundreds of classic cars, trucks and motorcycles showed up to help the Shepherdsville Police Department raise money for its annual Christmas giveaway of coats, toys and food. Signups will begin on Nov. 1 for anyone seeking assistance. You must sign up each year, no matter if you received assistance last year. Sign up at the Shepherdsville Police Department inside the city hall from 9-5 during the week. Donations of money and new toys are also accepted.

  • Local athletes shine during KTCCCA state championships

        LEXINGTON – A large number of Bullitt County runners took part on Oct. 22 in the Elementary and Middle school State Cross-Country Championships which were held at Masterson Station Park near Lexington.
        There were many runners from Mount Washington who during the season train together as part of the East Running Club. For this meet, they each represented their own schools, be it at the elementary or middle school level.

  • Paxton named Mount Washington Parks Director

        MOUNT WASHINGTON— They say that you always find your way back home.
        For Mount Washington’s new community parks director Sheryl Paxton, that saying is couldn’t be truer.
        Raised in Lexington, Paxton attended Asbury University with a Bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a minor in recreation. After graduation, she worked in retail for a couple years before going to Eastern Kentucky University for her master’s in physical education with an emphasis in sports administration.

  • NB second, BC third, East fourth in final seedings

        SHEPHERDSVILLE – Now I know how people felt in the 1930s waiting for election results, sitting and waiting for the ticker-tape machine to slowly click off the results.
        It was that way Friday night for me and North Bullitt and Bullitt Central football coaches as they sat and stared at their Iphones or Ipads waiting for the results from area football games to flash on the screen.

  • Businesses, community pour out support to victim’s family

        MOUNT WASHINGTON—Despite quickly growing numbers, Mount Washington shows time after time how small of a town it really is.
        It didn’t take long after word got out about the shooting of Donut King owner Simon Yeung for the community to step forward and offer help any way that they could.
        By Thursday morning, flowers were at the door and cards of support and sympathy covered the windows.

  • MW may start own tourist board

        MOUNT WASHINGTON— Building a multi-million dollar sports complex is useless someone plays in it, which is why the city of Mount Washington is looking to create a tourism commission.
        An ordinance was recently read that, if approved, will establish a Recreation, Tourist, and Convention Commission, otherwise known as the Mount Washington Convention and Visitors Bureau.
        The ordinance was read for the first time at last Monday’s city council meeting.

  • Hillview has 11 in hunt for council

        HILLVIEW -- Coming off a year in which the Hillview City Council was facing bankruptcy over a major lawsuit, the six incumbents will face challenges from five other individuals on Nov. 8.
        A total of 11 individuals have filed for the six council seats. This year’s election is non-partisan.

    Lisa Boggs
        When Lisa Boggs makes a decision, it not only affect her but also the entire community.

  • KSP Offers Halloween Safety Tips

     FRANKFORT – (October 28, 2016) Trick-or-treaters, parents, motorists and homeowners all play important roles in keeping Halloween safe.  The Kentucky State Police offer the following tips for a safe and enjoyable Halloween:

    FOR MOTORISTS

  • Class of 1966 has 50th reunion

      The 1966 Shepherdsville High School had their 50th Class Reunion on October 15, 2016.

    The ones who attended included:

    (front row left to right) Phyllis “Mattingly” Buttry, Pat “Hurt” Estep, Margaret “Elder” McClearn, Vicki “Keith” Vaughn, Barabra “Shelton” Webb, DElores “Hermes” Snellon, Wanda “Bennington” Losch.