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Today's News

  • WHAT A GAME... East wins offensive clash

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Forget the 126 points.

         Never mind the nearly 1,200 total yards between the two teams.

         And you might even overlook the 19 touchdowns scored.

         The single-most important play in a night of many, many big plays may have come with 33 seconds remaining.

         With Bullitt East leading 67-59, yes, 67-59, Nelson County had one final chance to score and force overtime.

  • Farm Bureau to host its Outstanding youth contest

          We will be holding the Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest on Sept. 21.  Contestants must be 15 years old, but not have reached 19 years old by Jan. 1, 2014.

  • County to consider making adults pay price

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A committee of leaders throughout the county are on a mission.

         The mission is to gather information needed for Bullitt County’s certification of a Work-Ready Community.

         A work group co-chaired by school superintendent Keith Davis and county judge Melanie Roberts is nearing the first stage – the application process.

         The next goal is to be declared a Work Ready Community In Progress with hopes of garnering statewide certification.

  • Ways exist to ask for forgiveness on student loans

     The federal government may forgive all or part of your student loans if you meet certain requirements. The forgiveness options for federal student loans, according to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA), include:

  • Students going through anti-bullying program

     PIONEER VILLAGE - One of the ways the Bullitt County Public Schools system hopes to deter suicide is through prevention.

    Some suicidal situations involving younger people include actions within the schools or with classmates, many implementing bullying methods.

    Former BCPS Safe and Drug-Free Schools coordinator Jamie Goldsmith presented an anti-bullying program, "Take a Stand Against Bullying," throughout the community in hopes of raising awareness while educating both youth and parents about bullying issues.

  • Fiscal Court supports bid to earn playground grant

     PIONEER VILLAGE – A grant to provide new playground equipment at the county park in northern Bullitt County could be in the horizon.

         Bullitt Fiscal Court agreed to apply for a KaBOOM grant which would provide $35,000 for equipment and the county would match that with $8,500.

         The vote on Tuesday came with a recommendation from the Bullitt County Parks Committee to move forward with the application.

  • Perfect path to honor military hero in LJ

     Highway 61 was renamed Friday to commeorate a fallen Soldier whose legacy lives on in Lebanon Junction.

  • County keeps tax rate same for next year

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – When you open the meeting with the announcement that there was a $4.4 million carryover from the previous fiscal year, it makes the decision to not raise the real property tax rate a little easier.

         While the county will actually lose money on its tax collection with keeping the rate at 9.6 cents per $100 of assessed property, the carryover probably eased any concerns of Bullitt Fiscal Court members.

         The court voted unanimously to keep the real property tax rate at 9.6 cents.

  • Gentle yoga class can help work on various types of illnesses, ailments

     HILLVIEW – It is not a miracle cure for all that ails you.

         But, Dr. Deepa Arla believes that yoga can be a source of healing for the mind and body.

         With the assistance of Arla and Associates, gentle yoga classes will be held each Monday evening at 6:15 p.m. The class will be held at the physician’s office at 1553 Highway 44 East near Bullitt Central High School.

         Logan Dunbar will be the instructor.

  • Jailer, fiscal court still at odds

     SHEPHERDSVILLE—The battle between Bullitt Fiscal Court and the Bullitt County jailer continues.

         After failing to answer questions presented first through an open records request and then as a general order from fiscal court, Jailer Martha Knox will be asked to appear at the Sept. 3 meeting.

         At that fiscal court meeting, Knox will be asked to provide answers to the questions asked originally last month, as well as an explanation as to why she didn’t answer during the first two requests.