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Today's News

  • Cougar Youth Football Camp

    The youth football league season might still be more than month away from starting, but a number of players got a jump on the season last week when they participated in the Cougar Youth Football Camp at Bullitt Central. This has become an annual event once again under head coach Danny Leasor.

    The 40 players got instruction from Leasor and the other Bullitt Central assistant coaches on the fundamentals of the game. They also had an opportunity to play in a number of games.

  • Bullitt part of regional plan to lessen drug impact

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County sheriff’s department is getting more assistance in the battle against drugs from two different fronts.

    First, the agency has been a partner with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department as part of a regional effort to target drugs trafficking along interstates.

    Second, long-time community advocate Dr. Mohana Arla has a new mission - to help the sheriff’s department get rid of drugs in the county.

  • Spainhour to run for senate

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Local attorney John Spainhour made official what most expected -- he confirmed his run for the 20th District state Senate seat.

    Spainhour announced previously that he was exploring the possibility due to the need to have a Bullitt Countian serve in the Senate for the first time in 40 years.

    He also felt it was important that since redistricting of House and Senate boundaries would be done during the next term that Bullitt County needed representation in the Senate.

  • County recovers over $105,000 in sophisticated on-line theft

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The news got a little brighter for county officials looking to recover over $415,000 taken in an on-line scam.

    The money, which was discovered missing last Tuesday, has apparently been sent to the Ukraine.

    After meeting nearly three hours in closed session, Bullitt Fiscal Court members learned that some of the funds have been recovered.

    County attorney Walter Sholar said many hours had been spent over the past week both by local and bank officials to recover over $105,813.

  • Family continues daily task of caring for children with MD

    ZONETON ee" On any day, you might find the Cissell brothers at a baseball game or even playing racecars with their wheelchairs in the driveway.

    Caleb, 13, Elijah, 10 and Jacob, 6, love the same activities that other children love including Nascar and art. They even have some healthy sibling sports rivalries.

    But experiencing the world is a bit different for the Cissell brothers than for many children. Shockingly all three boys have the Duchenne’s form of Muscular Dystrophy ee" a debilitating and degenerative genetic muscular disease.

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  • Mike Marlar Claims 11th Annual Kentuckiana Klash Victory at Bluegrass Speedway

    BARDSTOWN - Bluegrass Speedway presented the 11th Annual Kentuckiana Klash for the O’Reilly Battle of the Bluegrass Super Late Models on Saturday evening and Mike Marlar of Winfield, TN would claim his second win of the ’09 season at the mile Nelson County clay oval, with the victory worth $5,000. Other feature winners for the evening included Pat Hagan of New Haven, KY, who claimed his fifth WBRT 1320-AM Sportsman feature win of the season and Michael England of Glasgow, KY would drive to his third straight Modified feature checkered flag.

  • Ride to Survive will provide way to make a difference

    MOUNT WASHINGTON — Some ride to have fun, others ride to reach a destination. This Saturday a group of concerned citizens will ride to remember a group of Mount Washington teens who died by suicide.

    The participants in the second annual Make a Difference For Kids Inc.’s Ride to Survive Poker Run are hoping to create awareness of youth cyberbullying and teen suicide.

    All proceeds will benefit the Make a Difference for Kids foundation that is led by President Mark Neblett of Mount Washington.

  • Fate leads Jasper to teach music for 26 years at BE

    MOUNT WASHINGTON " Having a career other than working in the family business never really crossed M.D. Jasper’s mind, until his father’s untimely death.

    When Jasper was a freshman in high school, he lost his father, J.R. Jasper. Up until that time, Jasper always assumed he would pitch in at the family’s farm machinery and auto dealership.

  • Play for life with Lung Book

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The American Lung Association has the perfect remedy for golfers feeling the pinch of a tight economy. It’s the 2009 Kentucky Golf Tour Book (“Lung Book’) which offers reduced rates at over 400 courses, practice ranges and indoor facilities.

    There are 181 courses in Kentucky alone, plus additional courses in Indiana, Tennessee and several other states.