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Today's News

  • UPDATE: Hoops rescheduled due to weather, school closings

     The severe winter weather conditions and school closings continue to wreak havoc on the local high school basketball schedules.

  • Lebanon Junction church gets lot of support from community

     LEBANON JUNCTION - The time has come for new beginnings. 

    It’s been two years since the tragedy, but now it’s time to rebuild. 

    Dennie Memorial United Methodist Church broke ground for their new church Jan. 11. The building, which was refuge and home to many, burned down in June 2012.

    Pastor Calvin Johnson, better known as Brother Calvin, was away at a conference when he got the call.

  • Policy handbook sparks heated discussion

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Information pertaining to an employee handbook, along with firefighter vacation time, led to confusion and heated discussion by the Shepherdsville city council.

    And the arguments began three minutes into the first meeting of the election year.

    Following opening remarks, mayor Scott Ellis mentioned concerns of a rumor regarding a new city employee handbook that he wanted to address.

    “There is not a new handbook that’s been handed to employees,” he said.

  • Little Flock to add high school

     PIONEER VILLAGE - Since 1995, Little Flock Baptist Church has hosted the Little Flock Christian Academy as a private, independent educational alternative for local students.

    Beginning with grade levels from Kindergarten through Grade 3, LFCA expanded to the 8th grade around 2000, according to principal Rick Grice.

    The school is looking ahead to even bigger and better opportunities with the introduction of high school level courses beginning in the Fall of 2014.

  • Parties settle issue over handicapped parking at market

     LOUISVILLE - The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights Board of Commissioners has worked to reach an agreement between two Bullitt County parties.

    The commission ruled to approve one conciliation agreement, six case withdrawals resolved with private settlements, 16 case withdrawals giving complainants the right to file private suits, and dismiss 15 complaints with findings of no probable cause to evidence that discrimination occurred.

  • Put gaming on ballot to let us decide on issue

     Our legislators are now in Frankfort. We  trust that they are there to help the constituents.

    We fear that since it is time to put a biennium budget together, it might be more gridlock than progress.

    Before that is decided, however, it might be the race to see what Constitutional amendments are placed on the ballot for consideration in the fall.

    Only two such measures can be on the ballot but several have already been mentioned in the first couple of weeks.

  • Winter weather continues to get best of hoops

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Snow and cold keep getting in the way of the 2013-2014 high school basketball season.

    While the Bullitt East Chargers did get to play in the Louisville Invitational Tournament on Friday and the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars made it to Seneca, those were the only game that local teams got to play on that day.

  • After LIT, Sixth Region is back where it started

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The boys’ high school basketball season is now in the homestretch after the Louisville Invitational Tournament finished up on Saturday with Pleasure Ridge Park defeating Ballard in overtime to claim the title.

    At the start of the season, PRP was the obvious top pick to claim a second straight Sixth Region title. In the pre-season the coaches picked Doss as the number two team in the region with a number of teams in that next pack of squads, including Bullitt East.

  • LJ man died after helping others

       RADCLIFF - A Lebanon Junction man died after being injured during a road accident in Hardin County.

  • Eagles hitting their stride at mid-season

     HEBRON ESTATES -- Working hard and trying to improve on every possession.