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Today's News

  • Make Internet safe for youngsters

    With school out and many kids spending more time on the Internet during the summer months, Attorney General Jack Conway wants to remind Kentucky families about the importance of staying safe online.  In observance of June’s designation as National Internet Safety Month, General Conway asks that parents be engaged in the virtual world, just as they are in the real world.

  • Shepherd’s Shelter receives member from AmeriCorps service program

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- To support the community and provide case management, Shepherd’s Shelter has been awarded one AmeriCorps member through a competitive application process with the Homeless and Housing Coalition of Kentucky (HHCK).

    This member has committed to a year of service in our community.

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  • Jurors, elected officials are similar

    With the filing deadlines still seven months away, those running for office on both a state and local level must determine one thing - is it my goal to regulate morality?

    And the electorate must decide whether it expects its leaders to provide the rules of morality to the masses.

    It has often been said that one doesn’t talk politics or religion. Let’s try to do both.

  • Library hosts storytelling workshops

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Most anyone can tell a story, but it takes work to spin a quality tale.

    The Bullitt County Public Library presents an opportunity for local residents to learn prose from the pros with a series of storytelling events scheduled this summer.

    Workshops will be hosted at the Ridgway Memorial Library featuring two of the nation's best storytellers from Kentucky, Mary Hamilton and Cynthia Changaris.

  • MW man guilty of threats on judge

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - A man accused of threatening to kill a Bullitt district judge could spend the next five years in prison.

    A Bullitt Circuit Court jury found Terry G. Hayes, 50, guilty of retaliating against a participant in a legal proceeding and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    He was found not guilty of possession of a controlled substance.

    Hayes went on Nov. 3, 2008, to pick up a vehicle which had been towed when he made threats to kill District Judge Rebecca Ward, who had ruled on several previous cases involving the defendant.

  • Two guilty of burglary at Belmont church

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Two young men have confessed to burglarizing a local church last April.

    Keith R. Preston and Anthony W. Krempp recently entered guilty pleas in Bullitt Circuit Court for their roles in breaking into an outbuilding belonging to Belmont Baptist Church.

    According to a story in The Pioneer News, the two men broke into the church and took items such as a radio and a fire safe on April 22, 2008.

  • Schools to open on schedule

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - As construction crews are working throughout the county school system, superintendent Keith Davis said classes are scheduled to begin Aug. 11.

    Despite rumors throughout the county, Davis said unless he is told that school can't begin, classes are slated to begin as scheduled.

    Roby and Overdale elementary schools will be new facilities this year. Renovation work is continuing at Nichols, Cedar Grove and Lebanon Junction.

  • Agreement allows Sheriff’s Deputy to Work in High Schools

    Bullitt County Public Schools and the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department are pleased to announce that Deputy Carl Trent has been assigned to work in Bullitt Central, Bullitt East and North Bullitt High School for the 2009-2010 school year.

    The official announcement will be made at a press conference Friday, July 31, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. at the Bullitt County Board of Education office, 1040 Highway 44 East in Shepherdsville.

  • BCEA, board teams reach tentative deal on contract

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - What has been a rather long and contentious process in the past turned out to be a much easier negotiation session this year.

    The Bullitt County Education Association and the Bullitt County Board of Education have reached a tentative contract agreement that will run until 2013.

    The contract must still be ratified by the members of the education association as well as the school board.

    Brenda Hutchison, president of the BCEA, said the process was much better this year.