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Today's News

  • Possible hepatitis A-related death reported in Louisville

     FRANKFORT –  The Department for Public Health (DPH), within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) and the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness (LMPHW), are reporting a hepatitis A-related death of a Louisville resident.

  • DREAM SEASON ENDS: Mercy too much for North Bullitt

     VALLEY STATION – The first ever trip to a regional basketball championship game for the North Bullitt Lady Eagles ended in tears on Saturday as the green and gold fell to Mercy 64-48.

  • DAVIS: State’s Top Superintendent

     SHEPHERDSVILLE  -- As superintendent of a school district, you get a lot of blame and a lot of credit whether it is deserved or not.

    For Dr. Keith Davis, he’s gotten a little of both over his 11 years as superintendent of the Bullitt County Public School System.

    As his final months as leader of the local district quickly pass, Davis was preparing to document some of the accomplishments of BCPS.

    But, thanks to kind words from some of his supporters, Davis will have to speed up that recollection.

  • Aquatic center idea still afloat

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The survey was quite clear.

    Bullitt Countians would support an aquatic center.

    The main question is whether the community could support not only the construction of the facility but also its annual upkeep.

    With rumors floating around, aquatic committee chairman Dennis Mitchell called a meeting to help lay out the details of a plan drawn up for the facility.

    Keith Griffee, a member of the committee, said that the first option of simply putting a bubble over the current pool at Bullitt Central was not feasible.

  • Audience gets plenty of info on legalization of marijuana

      SHEPHERDSVILLE — Ashly Taylor runs a cannabis center in Colorado. The native Kentuckian would like to open shop in her home state. However, current Kentucky laws prohibit it, even though she says the business is already here.

    Taylor, along with Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Coalition (KCFC) member Tom Reichert, retired Louisville Metro Officer Steve Watts and Alliance for Innovative Medicine founder and executive director Shannon Stacy, recently sat on a forum during a town hall meeting in Shepherdsville to discuss Senate Bill 80. 

  • Get ready for forums for candidates

     Candidates for the major county offices should be prepared -- there will be at least a couple of forums this spring.

    We don’t want to surprise anyone. From all the discourse we’ve seen on social media, the forum for the special election came as a surprise and was rigged in favor of the Democratic candidate.

    As one of the sponsors, who is normally just the publicity arm for the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce, we’ve heard enough.

  • Three charged in multiple Family Dollar robberies

     LOUISVILLE – Three Louisville men were charged by grand jury indictment today, with multiple counts of robbery and Hobbs Act robbery of commercial businesses for their alleged roles in robberies at Family Dollar Stores and a Dollar general Store, located in West Louisville, Shively and Portland neighborhoods, announced United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman.

  • FOURTH in NATION
  • Belcher sworn into office

    Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. swore Linda Belcher into office as the state representative of the 49th District. She won a special election on Feb. 20 to fill out the term of the late Dan Johnson.

     

    The state Board of Elections certified the special election and Belcher was sworn in later that day.

  • Hebron Estates to close road not in use

     HEBRON ESTATES - The city of Hebron Estates will soon close a road, but no one driving on city streets will even be affected.

    City attorney Mark Edison presented the first reading of an ordinance to close a portion of Old E. Hebron Lane. The area hasn’t been used as a public street for years.

    The purpose of closing the roadway was to remove the port from the city’s boundaries, allowing landowners connected to it to update their property deeds.