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Today's News

  • Police warn you to take holiday safety precautions

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Beware of your surroundings this holiday.

    Mount Washington Police Chief Roy Daugherty said the number of thefts and burglaries tend to increase during the holiday season.

    He gave some tips to help keep yourselves and valuables safe this Christmas:

    -Always lock your car door

    -Make sure not leave presents in plain sight in windows whether it’s at your house in the car

    -Beware of leaving your present boxes in the trash for days. Thieves may root through it to see what new gadgets you got this year.

  • Skidmore selected for KFB leadership class; local bureau honored

     LOUISVILLE - Kyle Skidmore, a beefalo farmer in Bullitt County who also works in landscaping and construction, has been selected to participate in the Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Leadership Enhancement for Agricultural Development (LEAD) program.

    Skidmore joins 15 other Kentuckians for LEAD’s two-year, intensive learning experience‚ a program that KFB created to prepare future agricultural leaders for tomorrow’s challenges.

    The 2015-16 LEAD class was announced on Dec. 5 during KFB’s annual meeting in Louisville.

  • Lady Chargers have tough weekend

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Bullitt East Lady Charger head coach Chris Stallings said before the season that his team was going to play a challenging schedule this year and that certainly proved to be the case on the opening weekend as the red and gold dropped a pair of games.

    On Friday, against Seventh Region power Male, a team ranked just ahead of the Lady Chargers in the pre-season coaches’ poll, Bullitt East faded late and lost 75-56.

  • KFB honors Mooney for her science project

     LOUISVILLE - A Bullitt County seventh grader, Lilly Mooney, was among the 12 students selected from across the state to display their agriculture science projects at last week’s  Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) annual meeting in Louisville.

    Mooney, a homeschooled student, displayed her science project as part of the KFB annual meeting’s tradeshow. 

    Her project, called “One Potato, Two Potato,” explored the nutritional value and versatility of potatoes.

  • Goodwill opens newest store in Mt. Wash.

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — Goodwill Industries of Kentucky will hold a grand opening of its Mount Washington donation center and retail store on Friday, Dec. 12, featuring a ribbon-cutting ceremony with representatives from the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce at Noon.

    Refreshments and giveaways will be available for donors and shoppers.

  • Bullitt County cheerleaders win four Sixth Region titles, now head to state

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – There are some great rivalries in Bullitt County. We all know that.

    One that doesn’t perhaps get the Friday night attention of some of those sports is cheerleading. Bullitt Central and Bullitt East have been battling it out for years and North Bullitt has recently risen in the competitive circles.

    Over the past two years, all three programs have had high finishes at both the regional, state and national level.

  • Lady Cougars win again, but Cougars have long weekend

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The quick start for the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars continued on Friday as the maroon and gray picked up a third straight win as they held off visiting Oldham County 54-50.

    The weekend was not as good for the school’s male counterpart as the Cougars dropped a pair of games after opening with a win over Thomas Nelson. On Friday, the Cougars fell to Bethlehem 57-43 on the road before traveling again on Saturday to Campbellsville for a one-day ‘showcase’ event where they lost to Monroe County 56-41.

  • What happened to Shep. Roller Mill?

     The Shepherdsville Roller Mill was located on 4th Street in Shepherdsville, Kentucky.  The Roller Mill was a wooden structure large enough to use as a Roller Mill.

    The Roller Mill was a new method of grinding Meal and flour from the older method of the water wheel.     The Roller Mill Company was a part of what was formerly known as the Tile Factory Lot.  In 1913, the property owner was Maraman and Company.  

    The Property sold at Public Auction and the property was sold to C.L. Croan.

  • AG cautions to give wisely this holiday season

     FRANKFORT - As Kentuckians generously open their pocketbooks and wallets for those in need of a helping hand this holiday season, Attorney General Jack Conway wants to make sure your charitable donations do not end up in the hands of scam artists.

  • Court of Appeals reverses city on rezoning next to church

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A large agricultural tract at the intersection of Highway 245 and Highway 61 is no longer zoned light industrial and highway business.

    In a unanimous opinion, a three-panel Court of Appeals opinion reversed the 2012 rezoning of 130 acres.

    That decision by the Shepherdsville City Council rezoned a tract despite the protest of members of Bardstown Junction Baptist Church.

    The appeals court decision last week would return the matter to the Shepherdsville City Council.