Today's News

  • Miracles help church have rebirth in Salt River

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Work is underway to restore a former church in hopes of restoring broken lives.

    The Apostolic Church of Restoration has opened at 233 Fifth Avenue in Shepherdsville, a former day care facility that began originally as a church.

    Pastor David Mackowiak and church administrator Roy L. Darst are still in the process of renovating the facility, but they are ready to help community members now.

  • Mount Washington Light Up to be expanded in ‘14; event cancelled last year

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The chilly weather already has some thinking about red-and-green.

    At a recent Mount Washington city council meeting, Mayor Joetta Calhoun announced the Light Up Mount Washington celebration will be expanded this year.

    Last year the event was canceled due to a prediction of bad weather.

    Scheduled to be the first Friday in December, Calhoun said the city has partnered with First Baptist Church Mount Washington to have a live nativity scene and other activities.

  • Smokin’ good time in Mount Washington

      The second annual Mount Washington BBQ festival was a major success.

    The benefactor of the fund-raiser was the CASA program of Bullitt County.

    From classic cars to pumpkins to BBQ to even a few politicians, the event held at ValuMarket was popular.

    Even Blake Shelton appeared, although he didn’t say anything.

  • Second round of county volleyball matches continue trend

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The second rotation of intra-county volleyball match-ups has turned out to be much like the first as both North Bullitt and Bullitt East got the best of Bullitt Central over the past week.

    That sets up a meeting next Thursday, on the final night of the regular season, with North Bullitt playing host to Bullitt East.

  • Lady Eagles to go for district three-peat starting Monday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The post-season soccer tournaments will start next week at various sites with many of the local teams having a chance to advance to the Sixth Region Tournament which will be played the following week.

    One unusual twist came about last week in the lead-up to the Girls’ 24th District Tournament at Whitefield Academy.

  • Remember Bill Breeden

     A man with a tremendous heart


    What can I say about a man that meant so much to so many. 

    I only had the honor of knowing Bill Breeden for a short time, but it didn’t take long for him to touch my heart.

    He was the man that knew everyone and knew how to get things done. I always admired his selflessness. He loved this community and gave all he had to it.

    He treated me like one of his own. 

  • Lane shifts on Northbound Interstate 65 in Bullitt County

     LOUISVILLE - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 Office advises motorists of lane shifts on northbound Interstate 65 in Bullitt County.

    Beginning Wednesday, October 8 at 9:00 p.m., northbound traffic will be shifted to allow for work in the right and center lanes between mile points 112 and 118.

    Two lanes of traffic will be maintained in each direction.  A temporary median cross-over will be used to shift one lane of traffic to the southbound lanes while crews replace the pavement in the northbound lanes.

  • AG announces $105 million settlement with AT&T Mobility

     FRANKFORT - Attorney General Jack Conway and his Office of Consumer Protection, along with 49 other attorneys general, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), today announced a $105 million settlement with AT&T Mobility.

  • Sewer issues may take regional approach

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It is a long way from becoming reality.

    But the task at hand for engineers from Strand and Associates is to project what the future may hold for a multi-county area in terms of wastewater treatment and disposal.

    A public meeting was held recently in Shepherdsville.

    State Sen. Dan Seum said that a bill was approved allowing counties to be part of a regional effort to deal with wastewater disposal.

    Then-state Rep. Linda Belcher had a bill in the legislature that would eventually be adopted as HB 26.

  • Get rid of those old tires on Oct. 9-11

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- One of the more popular programs offered by Bullitt Fiscal Court will be held this week.

    Bullitt County residents will tires to dispose of can do so on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 9-11.

    The tire disposal site will be set up on Buffalo Run Road, off Cedar Grove Road, across from the Love’s Truck Stop.

    Road department employees and inmates from the Bullitt County Detention Center will be present to help residents. Disposal times will be 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.