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Today's News

  • School board to change meeting night, add new work sessions

          SHEPHERDSVILLE – For the first time in many years, visitors who wish to attend the monthly Bullitt County Public School Board meetings will have to change their calendars.

         And, the public will have a second chance each month to see what their educational leaders are doing.

         The school board recently opted to change from the traditional third Tuesday of each month to the fourth Monday, starting with the Feb. 25 meeting.

  • Bullitt County organ donors can now add a little heart to driver's license

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - You can add a symbol that stands for hope and generosity on something you carry with you everywhere: your driver’s license.  

    Like Indiana, Ohio and several other states, Kentuckians will soon have the option to have an organ donor heart printed on their license. 

  • Snow Day

     The Shepherdsville City Park provided a great place to slide down some hills. 

    Carter Echols, 11, and Lily Echols, 9, of Shepherdsville , found jsut enough snow on Friday afternoon to navigate the hills of the city park. 

    Schools were closed on Friday due to the inclement weather which struck the area late Thursday night. 

  • Luncheon pumps awareness into heart disease

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in Kentuckians, far ahead of cancer.

    "Our goal is to increase awareness of heart disease," said Liz McGuire, Bullitt County Health Department education coordinator. "It affects everyone. We want to promote facts and healthy lifestyles."

    The Health Department features life-changing information and tips, along with a good time, during its annual Healthy Hearts Wear Red Luncheon at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

  • Reaction mixed to budget changes

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - It was a mixed bag of reactions directed at members of the Shepherdsville City Council just two weeks after approving mayor Scott Ellis' budget adjustments.    

         Part of the adjustments included salary increases for city employees, hiring of several additional workers and retiring some of the existing debt.

         Tim Wade, a police officer who is also leader of the city's police association, thanked councilmembers for moving in a positive direction.

  • City, county to negotiate taxing dispute

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - A lawsuit alleging that Bullitt County employees were not paying their occupational taxes to the city of Shepherdsville is currently in litigation.

         But, there is a possibility that a settlement could be reached.

         After a short executive session, the Shepherdsville City Council gave mayor Scott Ellis and attorney Joseph Wantland the ability to negotiate a settlement with Bullitt Fiscal Court.

  • Revamped Fox Chase board gets down to work

     FOX CHASE - In the past year citizens from the city of Fox Chase showed as much concern for their city as any other in Bullitt County.

  • BC Homecoming now set for Feb. 5

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - After being postponed last Friday because of icy road conditions, Bullitt Central has rescheduled its basketball homecoming for Tuesday, Feb. 5 as part of a girl/boy doubleheader against Moore.

  • Pools can’t open unless ADA steps are taken

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The talks of an indoor swimming facility in Bullitt County are still alive.

  • Federal OK needed to begin Hwy. 245 project

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - While Bullitt County Tourism Director Troy Beam was hoping to see the Interstate 65 exit 112 interchange beautification project get underway last fall, the project has hit a snag.