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Today's News

  • No one injured over 'spilled milk'

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A milk delivery truck flipped into a ditch along Highway 44 East Wednesday morning.

    Shepherdsville Police Sgt. Ken Proffitt said the accident occurred around 7:30 a.m. near N. Maple St. The truck, owned by Borden Dairy, was full of milk.

    According to Proffitt, the truck's driver saw traffic stop in front of him, and with a full load could not slow down in time to avoid contact.

    "He knew he was top-heavy and he decided, instead of hitting the other vehicle, to go into the ditch," Proffitt said.

  • Lady Chargers looking to move up district ladder

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Realignment a year ago didn’t do the Bullitt East Lady Chargers any favors as the red and gold learned last October when they were sent to the sidelines after a lopsided loss in the semi-finals to eventual state runner-up Mercy.

         As it turned out, Mercy beat Whitefield Academy in the 24th District final and a week later beat the same team in the championship match of the Sixth Region Tournament.

  • 1912 test in Bullitt goes worldwide

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It's Bullitt County's most popular school test in the last century, and the answers weren't even provided.

    The Bullitt County History Museum posted an article on its website this summer displaying a copy of a test prepared for eighth grade students dated November 1912.

    Within a few months, the test received attention, snowballing into one of the biggest worldwide searches online, just over 100 years after it was issued.

  • Court, jailer locked in bitter battle

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A feud brewing between Bullitt Fiscal Court and jailer Martha Knox could wind up in the hands of the state attorney general.

  • LJ pulls plug on contract; LWC selected

     LEBANON JUNCTION -- After years of discussion, the plug has been pulled on a water contract.

  • Kentucky State Fair: New parking plan to make things easier for visitors

        LOUISVILLE - The Kentucky State Fair Board unveiled a plan to help alleviate the weekend parking congestion and improve the experience for fairgoers and travelers during the 2013 Kentucky State Fair.

  • Variety of acts highlight fair events

     LOUISVILLE - Be prepared to sing along to the catchiest and most memorable songs of the past year and laugh with America’s favorite comedian at the Kentucky State Fair Main Stage in Freedom Hall this summer. 

  • Redistricting plan 2 doesn’t help county

     Short of finding a 10,000-person mistake in the 2010 Census within the next 72 hours, it appears that Bullitt County will be split up once again when legislative redistricting takes place.

  • Roby leads BE soccer in quest to beat Mercy

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – In the foreseeable future, the head coach of the Bullitt East girls’ soccer program will be asked the same question each August – do you have enough to beat Mercy?

  • SFD truck damaged in interstate accident

      SHEPHERDSVILLE - A vehicle fire on Interstate 65 led to a damaged firetruck late Thursday night.

    Shepherdsville and Zoneton Fire units responded to the fire located on northbound I-65 at the 118 mile marker.

    Three SFD units arrived first on the scene in Engine 1, a 2007 Seagrave. Chief Layne Troutman said the truck was SFD's newest model.