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Today's News

  • Maryville class gets some crime prevention tips as new program started

    PIONEER VILLAGE - Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Dana Bischoff recently visited Jennifer Cornell’s AM and PM class at Maryville Elementary School.

    Bischoff’s desire is to work with elementary-aged children to help with crime prevention.

    Bischoff, who is also a college instructor, stated, “My heart is in education, I believe it truly helps generate productive citizens.”

  • Tour de Hillview Saturday

        The second annual Tour de Hillview will be held on Saturday, April 24, at 4:30 p.m.

        Over 300 participants are anticipated for this event, which will include live music, catered delights by Calistoga Restaurant.

        There will be safety tips offered.

        The bike ride will be through the streets of Hillview.

        Everyone is invited to participate. For more information, call 957-5280.

  • TORNADO WATCH FOR BULLITT COUNTY

    The National Weather Service in Louisville has issued a tornado watch for Bullitt County until 10 p.m.

    The main hazards from these storms will be wind damage, tornadoes and large hail. Heavy rain and cloud-to-ground lightning are likely as well.

    For more information go to www.weather.gov.

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  • Shepherdsville to honor Joe B.

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Retired University of Kentucky basketball coach Joe B. Hall got his start at the old Shepherdsville High School.

        To honor Hall’s start in what would turn out to be a very successful coaching career, city officials will honor the successor to Adolph Rupp in a special ceremony on Friday, April 16.

        At 3 p.m., the public is invited to attend a ceremony at Shepherdsville City Government Building on Conestoga Parkway.

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  • Finally - Home Sweet Home for BC baseball

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Finally.

        After two years, some missteps, a lot of gnashed teeth and a truckload of frustration, it appears that the Bullitt Central baseball program finally has a place to call home. A pretty nice place at that.

        It was two years ago that the Cougars hit the road when their former home behind Roby Elementary was razed for construction on the new Roby Elementary. Bullitt Central had been playing baseball on that field since the school was formed in 1970.

  • Ethic requirements on officials are strengthened

        FRANKFORT - Last week in Frankfort, the Senate passed bills that strengthens the ethical restrictions placed on government officials, restricts a dangerous drug growing in use across the nation, and outlines the proper way for the state to classify local schools that need renovation.

        We also passed bills honoring our veterans and kept a close eye on the progress of the state budget in the House.

  • Mobile science lab at Freedom

        The freedom of a mobile agricultural classroom allowed Freedom Elementary students an extra educational opportunity.

        The Mobile Science Activity Center (MSAC), sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, recently visited Freedom.

        MSAC program coordinator Jason Hodge visits hundreds of schools throughout the state offering programs that implement farm safety and preservation along with agricultural education.

  • Court wants to revive parks board

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Whether a partnership between the Bullitt Fiscal Court and the YMCA Bullitt County branch materializes with the parks and recreation department still hasn’t been decided.

        However, it appears there will be a revitalized county parks board, which hasn’t met in several years.

        After hearing comments at its second night-time forum on the partnership proposal, fiscal court members seemed poised to make sure the five-member board reformed in some shape and form.