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Today's News

  • Portman wants to bring communities together as magistrate in District 4

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- She’s helped her community --and now she wants to help all the citizens of Bullitt County.

    Faith Portman is seeking the Republican nomination for Fourth District magistrate in the May primary.

    “I have been asked by many people in the county for two years to run for magistrate,” said Portman. “I feel now is the time and I’m available.”

    Portman has served four terms on the Shepherdsville City Council. Currently,  she is the community development director for Shepherdsville.

  • Taylor looks to use his skills as next commonwealth’s attorney

     MOUNT WASHINGTON —- For Bailey Taylor, it would kind of be like a career that has gone full circle.

    When he graduated from law school, Taylor  was part of the firm operated by his father, Athol, Thomas Waller and John Wooldridge.

    He got to see a lot of the happenings in the commonwealth attorney’s office when Waller was elected to that position.

    Now, Taylor is seeking to become the next commonwealth’s attorney in the 55th Judicial District.

  • 50th All-County Music Festival set for March 22

     When student musicians, music educators and the audience attend the Central Area Regional Music Festival March 22nd, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at Bullitt Central High School, they will make history.

    This will mark the 50th anniversary of the first All-County Music Festival in Bullitt County

    The first All County music concert (that is what it was called at the time) was held in May of 1968 in the then ‘new’ gymnasium at Shepherdsville High School.

  • Bullitt County Health Fair 2018

     SHEPHERDSVILLE— Over 21 vendors came together to help make Bullitt County a little healthier.

    The second annual Health Fair, hosted by Paroquet Springs Conference Centre, had a little something for everybody: blood pressure checks, gun safety information, dentists, dance lessons, natural remedies and more.

  • Local teams compete in the Region Four swimming contest

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The three Bullitt County swimming programs recently took part in the Region Four Championships at the Ralph Wright Natatorium on the University of Louisville campus.

    All three teams actually practice together under the coaching of Curtis Fuchs and Kelsey Davis and then compete under their own school banner in meets.

  • District hoops tourneys start on Monday

     LOUISVILLE – The post-season for high school basketball starts tonight across the state and district competition is scheduled for the next five nights for local teams.

    As always, there will be some expected winners and there will also be the usual flurry of upsets and tight games that make high school basketball the state’s most popular sport.

  • NB’s Johnson headed to Spalding

     HEBRON ESTATES – Her senior season was never what she dreamed about, but North Bullitt senior Ally Johnson isn’t going to let that step her dreams of playing college soccer.

    Johnson suffered a serious knee injury last summer while playing for her ‘club’ team and was forced to miss her entire senior season with the Lady Eagles. It had been hoped that Johnson would team with fellow senior Katlyn Andres on a juggernaut offensive team.

  • East easily rolls past Central

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The two programs had not met since Feb. 11 in 2014 and maybe the renewal of the rivalry could have waited another year as the Bullitt East Lady Chargers rolled past visiting Bullitt Central 75-23 on Monday.

    The rivalry had been put on hold by disagreements between the schools that were over the heads of the head coaches. Finally, last spring, superintendent Keith Davis sent out a memo requiring all Bullitt County teams to play each other during the regular season.

  • Twelve local wrestlers advance to the state finals

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – On Saturday, Bullitt Central played host to the Region Three Wrestling Championships with 13 schools taking part.

    DeSales won the overall team title with 208 points while Bullitt .East was second with 163 points. Fern Creek, the defending champions, were third with 138 points, just ahead of Valley with 136 points. Bullitt Central was fifth with 101 points.

  • Owensboro man faces additional charges for unregistered weapons

     BOWLING GREEN – An Owensboro, Kentucky man was charged in a superseding indictment this week, by a grand jury meeting in Bowling Green, Kentucky, with possessing unregistered machine guns announced United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman.

    Glen Allan Aley, 45, was charged with 19 counts of possessing multiple types of firearms, including machine guns, short-barreled shotguns, short-barreled rifles, and silencers, that were not registered in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.