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Today's News

  • Concerned citizens sure to get ahead of new bridge

     First, they united to oppose a distribution warehouse next to the prestigious Heritage Hill Golf Course.

  • Greer on session accomplishments, work to be done

     FRANKFORT – Although several major issues are still pending, the General Assembly wrapped up much of its work early last week, and for a “short” legislative session, there is a fairly long list of key bills that have made it to Governor Beshear’s desk.

  • Hornback discusses assembly's end

     FRANKFORT – The General Assembly is now recessed for a ten-day veto period and will return on March 25 for the final two days of the 2013 Session.

    While consensus hasn’t been reached on important bills dealing with industrial hemp, public employee pension reform, and military overseas absentee voting, the Senate is ready and willing to work on these unresolved issues.

  • Lady Eagles looking for better things under new coach

          HEBRON ESTATES – The past few softball seasons have not gone well for the North Bullitt Lady Eagles.

         The once proud program hit rock bottom last spring, winning just three games. After that season, head coach Eric Lambert stepped down and he was replaced last fall by Mike Nally.

  • New era starts with high hopes for Lady Cougars

          SHEPHERDSVILLE – The end of an era is always sad. The beginning of a new era is always filled with hope and promise.

         The Bullitt Central Lady Cougars have already been through the sad part, having said goodbye last May to senior pitcher Seaera Minyard who had pretty much pitched every important inning for the three previous seasons. Minyard had also been the big bat in the middle of the line-up.

  • Lady Charger softball has the tools to rebuild

          MOUNT WASHINGTON – Even the best softball programs have to go into ‘rebuilding’ mode after losing six seniors.

         That is certainly the case for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers this spring as the defending Sixth Region champions will have to fill a number of spots to fill before competing in a new district and regional alignment in late May.

  • SPD makes meth arrest

     On Saturday March 16, 2013 the Shepherdsville Police Department conducted an investigation in the 200blk of Boardwalk Avenue after receiving a report of drug activity.

    During the investigation, officers discovered methamphetamine as well as the chemicals used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

    Two children, who were present in the apartment, were transported to Kosair Children’s Hospital by Bullitt County EMS for chemical exposure.

  • ROADWORK: Week of March 18

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled for the week of March 18:

    Bullitt County:

    KY 44:  Delays possible between Bullitt Lick Creek and Saltwell Road in Shepherdsville (mile points 10.3 to 11.7) due to sidewalk repairs and improving ramps to ADA compliance.  Motorists should watch for flagging operations Monday – Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

    Jefferson County:

  • Wal-Mart heads to Shepherdsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – In the early 1980s, a major discount store attempted to bring a store to Shepherdsville.

  • BEHS tech dismissed after sex allegations

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - A now former employee of Bullitt East High School found himself in jail and out of a job only hours after being arrested on a sexual abuse charge.