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Today's News

  • Fiscal Court not ready for religious information displays on properties

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The division between church and state has apparently gotten a bit blurred throughout various parts of the country.

         But, in Bullitt County, fiscal court members aren’t quite ready to face a legal challenge of the U.S. Constitution.

         Isaiah Sharp and Joe Hurst, members of the Shepherdsville congregation of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, approached Bullitt Fiscal Court members with a request.

  • Former local teacher indicted

     LOUISVILLE – A former teacher in the Bullitt County Public School System has been indicted on rape charges by the Jefferson County Grand Jury.

    Scott Quisenberry, 55, was indicted last week on second- and third-degree rape.

    A second grade teacher at Kerrick Elementary School in Jefferson County, Quisenberry was a teacher at Bullitt Lick Middle School at the time the alleged incident occurred.

    According to the indictment, Quisenberry allegedly had sexual intercourse with a minor younger than 14 years of age in 2009 through 2012.

  • Gov. Beshear announces $143,000 in protection program grants for 17 Kentucky Law Enforcement Agencies

     FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 19, 2013) – Governor Steve Beshear announced today that $143,112 in state Law Enforcement Protection Program (LEPP) grants have been awarded to 17  law enforcement agencies.

  • Discussion on 'late' fireworks in Hillview has plenty of pop but fewer solutions

         HILLVIEW – Weeks after the Fourth of July holiday, the sounds of fireworks can still be heard in the air.

         And Hillview councilman Mickey Cheatham is interested in finding out if something can be done.

         Cheatham said he understands the difficulty in the police enforcing any ordinance.

         Hillview police chief Glenn Caple said there is an ordinance dealing with noise and nuisances.

         The cutoff is supposed to be 10 p.m.

  • Redistricting plans look to be ready for approval

     FRANKFORT – When legislators return to the state capitol this week, it appears redistricting plans proposed for Senate and House of Representative seats should have no problems in receiving approval.

         Every 10 years, district boundaries must be redrawn to meet Constitutional standards in Kentucky. In 2012, the Kentucky Supreme Court blocked a redistricting plan approved by the General Assembly.

  • Chargers looking to upgrade results from a down year

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The first season in a new district and region didn’t go as well as long-time Bullitt East soccer coach Mike Brangers had hoped…or planned.

  • Conway raises drug and cybersafety awareness at state fair

      Attorney General Jack Conway and his staff will raise awareness about prescription drug abuse and cybersafety at this year’s Kentucky State Fair, which runs from August 15 to August 25 from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center.

  • NB girls looking for two straight

     HEBRON ESTATES – Coming off the first district championship in the program’s history, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles are looking to take the next step forward when the season starts on Monday with a trip to Fort Knox.

  • Young returns to his Eagle roots as new coach

     HEBRON ESTATES – Back home again.

  • 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.