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Today's News

  • Local Legion Post part of ceremony to return dog tags from Vietnam War

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- At some time during his year of service in Vietnam, Lance Cpl. Raymond Spalding lost his dog tags.

    After serving six years in the U.S. Marine Corp, the qualified sharpshooter would return home to Louisville.

    Without his dog tags.

    Life would go on for Spalding as he would marry his longtime sweetheart, Teresa. He would work at Ford Motor Company for over 30 years and would be a member of the United Auto Workers 862.

  • Salt River DAR chapter part of Continental Congress

     Karen Wallace, Regent and Patricia Conway, Treasurer of the Salt River Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, attended the 125th Continental Congress in Washington, D.C., on June 14-19, 2016.

  • A new era in Charger football under Sander

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It will be the dawn of a new era in Bullitt East football on Friday when first-year head coach Mark Sander leads his team onto the field at home against Eastern High School.

  • Mount Washington All-Stars perfect in winning U8 World Series championship

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – A late decision to head to Florida for the Babe Ruth World Series turned into gold for the Mount Washington U-8 All-Stars last week as they swept through the tournament without a loss.

    In the end, coach Jimmy Kincaid’s team faced an old foe for the title -- Burkesville -- another team from Kentucky that Mount Washington had split four earlier games with this summer. Mount Washington had beaten Burkesville twice at the end to claim the Kentucky State Championship back on July 3.

  • Hearing set on annex questions

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- With a trial date looming over the annexation of property owned by George Miller and Miller Enterprises, attorneys will return to court on Wednesday.

    The action brought by the Southeast Bullitt Community versus both the city of Shepherdsville and Miller seeks to have an annexation of the property ruled to be illegal.

    Shepherdsville city attorney Joseph Wantland has filed a motion seeking dismissal of the case.

  • Maryville opens to concerns as work continues

     PIONEER VILLAGE -- On the outside, it probably doesn’t look like a place where children can get an education.

    There are storage units and construction debris. Doors are blocked and new ones are in use.

    But, superintendent Keith Davis is convinced that students can learn, albeit in less than a perfect situation.

    Delayed three days in opening, students at Maryville Elementary entered a building Monday that was missing ceiling tiles and floor tiles. 

  • Rasner has plan to get city moving in better direction plan to get city moving in right path

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Depp Rasner believes the current status of city government in Shepherdsville is a bit dysfunctional.

    With his business experience, his college degree and his time in county government, Rasner believes he can be the person to make a positive change in Shepherdsville.

    Rasner will be one of six candidates vying for the final two years of Scott Ellis’ term as mayor.

  • Baugh looks to form organization to help with ADA

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- For years, Barry Baugh has been a watchdog for businesses that aren’t adhering to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    Now, he is planning to establish a non-profit organization to continue his crusade.

    Baugh approached the Shepherdsville City Council about his plans at a recent meeting.

  • New coach means new look for ‘16 Cougars

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Last season, the Bullitt Central Cougars filled the Friday night skies with footballs led by quarterback Cameron Dukes and wide receiver Chase Craddock.

    The year before that, the maroon and gray put the ball in the hands of running back Trevor Carnell and let him carry the load.

  • Katie Stephens new Bernheim principal

        CLERMONT -- After one year working as Bullitt Central High School assistant principal, Katie Stephens has the opportunity to lead her own facility.
        She is the new Bernheim Middle School Principal succeeding Troy Kolb who is the new district Director of Special Education.