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Today's News

  • Former company president guilty of misbranded medical devices

     LOUISVILLE – United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. today announced the guilty pleas to a criminal information made on April 17, 2017 by SCM True Air Technologies, Inc. and the former company president John N. Keesaer, in United States District Court before Magistrate Judge Dave Whalin.

  • Sheriff to oversee dispatch operations

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- With the quest to return its Central Dispatch system to full privileges, the operations of that agency will now be overseen by the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Easter Eggs

     The Fourth Annual Lebanon Junction Easter Egg Hunt brought egg hunters of all ages to the Wall Street Park.

                Thanks to candy donations from local churches, children were let lose to collect as many eggs as their baskets could hold before trading their findings for goody bags of candy.

                After the hunt, kids took pictures with the Easter Bunny and enjoyed the playground and spring weather.

  • Education Foundation fund-raiser takes on new twist on April 28

     The Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education hopes a few tweaks to their annual spring fundraiser increases participation and revenue.

    After several years of featuring a Kentucky Derby themed gala, Foundation members are going west (but remaining in Bullitt County).

  • Dialysis joins Chamber

     HILLVIEW - Hillview’s only kidney care resource location has increased its quality service.

    Davita Dialysis, located at Brooks Plaza, is expanding its services from three days to six.

    Regional operations manager Tim Voigt said the location will now serve customers on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m., adding to its Monday-Wednesday-Friday hours of 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Hunters Hollow officials can only wait on sewer decision

    HUNTERS HOLLOW - Mayor Linda Parker determined that a sewage treatment plant explosion in 2015, affecting 700 area residents including Hunters Hollow homes, classified as an immediate emergency.

    Over two years have gone by, however, as Parker, the city commission, and the residents continue to wait for both answers and results.

  • BCHS students open greenhouse

     Looking for any annual flowers or vegetables? 

    The Bullitt Central Greenhouse students, such as myself, have grown not only these plants but also our minds.

    These plants are completely student grown and have provided the students with much needed experiences, skills, and knowledge.

    Teamwork and a strong work ethic are two of the more important skills used and discussed in the greenhouse class.  The greenhouse also allowed us to incorporate many principles from core content classes in a real-life setting.

  • BE track team does training in Florida

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- It is just his first season as an assistant coach with the Bullitt East track program, but assistant coach Michael Whitfill is already adding to the program.

    Over spring break, the Chargers took a group of 12 athletes south for some extra training. The group went to Destin, Florida and then competed in a meet in Montgomery, Alabama before returning home.

    The spring break trip was something that Whitfill did in his last few seasons coaching at North Bullitt.

  • NB’s Dunnavan signs with Spalding for basketball

     HEBRON ESTATES – His senior season didn’t turn out as he had dreamed, but basketball will continue for North Bullitt senior Travis Dunnavan after he signed last week to play at Spalding University in Louisville.

    Dunnavan’s senior season was cut short by injuries that eventually required major knee surgery. The season hadn’t even started when he first hurt the knee but it was believed at the time to just be a sprain. Dunnavan played in the first game of the season, but then went down hard and sat out the next month.

  • Walking of the Cross

     Members of Full Gospel Christian Center led the annual cross walk through downtown Shepherdsville on Good Friday.

    The group stopped for prayer at the Bullitt County Courthouse before continuing the march through town.