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Today's News

  • Lawson named to take over Cougar football program

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – After just one year within the program, Tye Lawson was promoted to head coach on Thursday, replacing Danny Leasor who retired after eight seasons in his second stint at the school.

  • Shepherdsville Santa is success

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Shepherdsville Police Department members are sworn to protect and serve, and at Christmas they try their best to serve.

    The Shepherdsville Santa program hosted by SPD brought Christmas in the form of holiday gift packages for families in need throughout the city.

    Chief Doug Puckett said the program was able to provide for 125 families this year, a total of 280 citizens.

    Each family received a care box with food, hams, jackets, games, toys and stuffed animals.

  • CG's Dennis earns national teacher certification

    Cedar Grove Elementary School music teacher Rebecca Dennis has earned certification in Music/Early and Middle Childhood from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, the highest possible ranking in the field of education.

    “It was very challenging but also very rewarding,” she said. “I learned more during the NB process than I did during any college course. Analyzing your own teaching through video was very enlightening. You can reflect on your lessons, but many things go unnoticed while you are teaching.”

  • Valid sewer surcharge request has not been submitted

    HUNTERS HOLLOW -- While the possibility still exists for a surcharge request for the 696 residential and commercial customers of the Hunters Hollow sewage treatment system, nothing official has been filed in Frankfort.

  • Responses, reaction swift to audit

    CLERMONT -- Even before the audit of the Southeast Bullitt Fire Protection District was released, board of trustees were already at work solving some of the ills exposed upon the examination.

  • Motorists getting taste of new Highway 61

     HILLVIEW--Motorists traveling Highway 61 north of Shepherdsville have undoubtedly noticed a change.

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) advises motorists of a traffic switch coming on Preston Highway (KY 61) in Bullitt County.

    Southbound traffic will be moved to the new alignment on Friday, January 16.  The traffic switch will begin at John Harper Highway (KY 1526) and extend to the end of the project near Hillbrook Drive (see map).

  • Hillview closes out year with another good audit

    HILLVIEW  - The Hillview City Council's final meeting of the year included a review of the city's annual audit.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning Jan. 18, 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.

     

  • STANDOFF: Man arrested without incident following confrontation

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A man is in custody following a four-hour standoff with police Monday afternoon.

    Scott Edward Ray, 43, was charged with first-degree criminal mischief, second-degree assault and third-degree terroristic threatening following the incident.

    Shepherdsville Police units first responded to a domestic violence situation reported at the 300 block of River Oaks Drive around 2:30 p.m.

    Upon arrival, police learned that the situation involved a brother and sister at a different residence located at the 100 block.

  • Chargers have just enough Bacon to beat the Crimsons

    VALLEY STATION -- Surrounded by reporters and cameras, Tyler Bacon was all smiles on Friday evening.

        And so was his coach, Bob Blackburn.

        The veteran coach likes when his 6-foot-9 center plays like a 6-foot-9 post man.