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Today's News

  • Former U of L exec gets 63 months for fraud, embezzlement

     A former University of Louisville accountant, promoted to Executive Director of the Department of Family & Geriatric Medicine at the University of Louisville School of Medicine (DFGM) was sentenced today, in U.S. District Court, by Senior District Judge Charles R. Simpson III, to 63 months in prison and ordered to pay $2,810,201.53 in restitution for tax fraud and embezzling funds tied to University of Louisville medical groups, announced Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • The Eggs are falling, The Eggs are falling...

     A sold out crowd scrambled to the back of the Bullitt County Fairgrounds to watch an egg-citing display like no other.

    The third annual Helicopter Easter Egg Drop brought more than 1,000 visitors to the Fairgrounds to see thousands of plastic Easter eggs dropped from the sky.

    Once the helicopter is done dropping the eggs into the field, the kids are let loose to hunt them down. They later trade the eggs for Easter candy.

  • Former Health PMO owner headed to prison for money laundering, drug distribution

     The former owner of Health PMO was sentenced to time served, of 45 months in prison, and ordered to pay $20,000 in restitution, by Senior Judge Charles R. Simpson, III in U.S. Federal Court today, for conspiring to illegally distribute and dispense controlled substances, wire fraud, and conspiring to commit money laundering, announced Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Robinson, Carver work to raise awareness, funding

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--Some say running is a way of life.

    But for one pair of Bullitt County residents, it's a way to raise awareness.

    In April, Paige Robinson and Jeff Carver will participate in the Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon. Robinson, a math teacher at Bullitt East High School, will run the marathon. Mount Washington resident Jeff Carver will bike the half marathon. They will raise money for the Frazier Rehab Institute Ironman Housing Fund.

  • Capps could be honored for her years of changing lives of students

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - After 45 years of changing students' lives for the better, Linda Capps is eligible for her own life-changing moment.

                The retired substitute teacher has been nominated as a 2014-15 national LifeChanger of the Year candidate, presented by National Life Group.

  • Council considers shifting meeting nights

                SHEPHERDSVILLE - For many years the Shepherdsville City Council has met regularly on the second and fourth Monday of every month.

                Council member Dana Bischoff-James suggested the city move the date.

                James suggested considering a new day and meeting time, offering a potential move to Tuesdays and an earlier start of 6 p.m., rather than the current 6:30.

  • Bernheim asks public to name Golden Eagle

    Clermont, KY – Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest wants the public to help decide the name of a Golden Eagle it recently fitted with a GPS satellite transmitter.  The adult male spent time in the knobs of Bernheim and the surrounding region this winter and the transmitter now indicates he is heading back to his nesting grounds, which could be as far as northern Canada.  Just this past weekend, the eagle was flying south of Chicago after traveling north through Indiana.

  • Tennis teams get on the courts to mixed results

    HEBRON ESTATES -- About the only sports which have gotten much practice time this year has been those who play on asphalt.
        Over the first two weeks of play, the results have been mixed.
        NORTH BULLITT
        North Bullitt's tennis teams opened the season on Thursday with a trip to eastern Jefferson County to face St. Francis.
        On the girls' side, coach Shane Cunningham's team came back with a 3-2 victory.

  • BC girls just looking for some good fortune

    SHEPHERDSVILLE-- Bullitt Central softball coach Mike Phillips can't predict how the upcoming season will turn out, but he is certain of one thing Ð his second season at the helm can't be nearly as trying as the first year.
        The 2014 softball season for the Lady Cougars was one that just about everyone associated with the program would just as soon forget. On a team that had just two seniors, four starters missed considerable playing time with injuries including the two seniors who were the team's starting pitcher and catcher.

  • NB softball is in the middle of a youth movement

    HEBRON ESTATES-- Youth will be served this spring for the North Bullitt Lady Eagle softball program.

        Entering his third season as the head coach, Mike Nally has just three seniors. The numbers don't get much better further down as the green and gold have just two juniors and three sophomores.

        More than half of the varsity roster is made up of freshmen and middle schoolers, some of whom will be continued on to make significant contributions.