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Today's News

  • Hillview will retain same tax rate for coming year

    HILLVIEW - It was called a special meeting, but there was nothing special about maintaining tax rates.

    The Hillview City Council unanimously approved similar 2014 tax rates to the previous year's rates, including real property, personal property and public utilities rates.

    City attorney Mark Edison referred to the city's real property tax rate calculation worksheet, showing the city with a total gross assessment increase of almost $2 million.

    Edison noted that many cities, including in Bullitt County, were decreasing in assessment.

  • Hunters Hollow frustrated with lack of sewer solution

    HUNTERS HOLLOW -- As the months pass, the frustrations grow for leaders with the city of Hunters Hollow.

  • Turnovers doom Eagles in loss to N. Oldham

    HEBRON ESTATES -- Sometimes it is good when the scoreboard isn't working.

  • Chargers start slow, then roll past Bears

    TAYLORSVILLE – Scoring in the final minute of the first half and then matching that with another touchdown less than two minutes into the second half, the Bullitt East Chargers buried some bad memories on Friday as they rolled past Spencer County 28-7.

  • All the James Beams in the world can be part of birthday bash Thursday

    CLERMONT--In recognition of legendary bourbon distiller Jim Beam's 150th birthday, Jim Beam Bourbon is inviting everyone named Jim Beam (who is of legal drinking age) to join in a once-in-a-lifetime birthday party at the world's No. 1 bourbon's historic distillery in Clermont.

    "If your name is Jim Beam, then you better get down here," said Fred Noe, Jim Beam's great-grandson and seventh generation master distiller. "We want to meet you and we want to treat you to a special day in honor of a special man."

  • BC scores 31 in second quarter to rout Valley

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – Exploding for 31 points in the second quarter, the Bullitt Central Cougars on Friday took care of business and defeated a young and inexperienced Valley squad 45-8.

         It really was a no-win situation for the Cougars as they were expected to roll over a Vikings’ squad that had already lost two lopsided games this season. Bullitt Central struggled a little early, but then rose to the occasion and did what was expected of them, winning a game that had a running clock for all of the second half.

  • 9/11: First responders are recognized

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It was a day that many Americans can remember what they were doing and how they were feeling.

  • Tourism panel works out issue on policy

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--A disagreement over company policy lead to a one-hour executive session discussion of the Shepherdsville-Bullitt County Tourist & Convention Commission.

    For the third time, treasurer Tom Kelly brought  up concerns about allowing conference center employees to bring their children to work with them.

    Chair James Watkins said it was necessary due to the irregular hours certain employees are required to work which wouldn’t allow for child care.

  • City celebrates paying off tornado debt, 40th anniversary

    PIONEER VILLAGE - It's a celebration for a community of friends without boundaries.

    That new motto, along with a new flag, are part of the Pioneer Village 40th anniversary celebration scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 20, at Becknell Hall.

    City officials invite all residents to celebrate the free event, which will include the retirement of the city's tornado debt, paid off in full as of June 2014.

    The city has been paying off the debt since 1996, when the area was heavily damaged by a tornado, the most significant event in its 40-year history.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning September 15, 2014

    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.

    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may

    work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.

    Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and

    highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.