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Today's News

  • Cindy Rayhill’s work named tops at art show

      MOUNT WASHINGTON—The rain didn’t stop a crowd of art enthusiasts from visiting Citizens Union Bank in Mount Washington for the annual Bullitt County Arts Council Visual Artists All Members Show.

    This year marked five years that CUB bank has hosted the show, which Bullitt County Visual Arts Council co-chair La Verne Arkenburg said is unusual for any art program to have.

    “We’re very happy and we certainly don’t want to turn it loose,” she said.

  • Alliance will add 150 jobs

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- A world’s largest wholesale distributor of CD, DVD and Blu-Ray titles in the United States could soon be getting bigger.

    And that growth will benefit Shepherdsville and Bullitt County.

    Alliance Entertainment LLC, which has a facility located in the Cedar Grove Business Park, is looking to expand its current operation.

    The company received preliminary approval for a $500,000 tax credit from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority on Thursday.

  • City hopes it won’t need loan to fund Alpha Way

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- If the city of Shepherdsville needs to secure any money for the construction of the $3.5 million Alpha Way, a line of credit has been set up.

    But, the city may not need to borrow a penny.

    The city is constructing the connector road between Cedar Grove Road and the new interchange on Interstate 65 to relieve some of the traffic congestion in the area.

    The bid for the project came in at around $3.5 million. The state offered to lend the money to the city.

  • Mother of LJ son killed in war helps to keep support alive

     FORT KNOX—What should have been a day celebrating her son’s 32nd birthday was instead a day spent by Becky Johnson dedicated to helping Gold Star Mothers continue their lives after losing a loved one to war.

    Staff sergeant Gary “Lee” Woods, Jr. was 24 years old when his Humvee was hit by a truck loaded with explosives in Iraq in 2008.

  • Anderson enjoying her time teaching; listened as friends questioned her choice

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Fay Anderson has always lived a life of inclusion.

    A South Carolinian Duke-lover, Anderson grew up in a community where inclusion was the social norm. The eldest daughter of a military man, Anderson and her family lived in a community with other military families. Her childhood was controlled, yet comfortable, she said.

    With the dream to coach girls basketball, Anderson went on to Newberry College and the University of South Carolina to obtain a business degree and masters in Business Education.

  • Could you have money due to you in court system?

     The following people have posted money for bonds in Bullitt County Cases. 

    These bonds are ready to be released but we do not have current addresses on the sureties named below.

    If you think you are the person listed, please contact the Bullitt Circuit Court Clerk’s office to provide identifying information and a current address.

    Edward Armstrong

    Ralph D. Bottoms, Jr.

    Thomas Easley

    Josh Payne

    Larry Cornett

    James Cotton

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning July 3, 2016

     Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

  • Physician guilty of health care fraud, possession

     PADUCAH – A McCracken County, Kentucky, physician plead guilty today, in United States District Court, before Senior District Judge Thomas B. Russell, to fraudulent possession of a controlled substance, wire fraud and making false statements related to health care matters, announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • The life and times of Sarah Courtney Taylor

     Sarah’s father was Edmund Hayes Taylor.  Edmund was born in 1772 in Virginia. 

    His father was Edmund Gibson Taylor and his mother was Sarah Stubbs. 

    Edmund was an officer in the regular Army.  He was in command of the Harper’s Ferry military post.  He fought in the Indian Wars.  

    At the close of the war, he was called to service in many appointments under the Government.  He gave up Army life when he married Eloise Thruston.

  • Keith attends circuit clerks conference

     FRANKFORT -- Bullitt County Circuit Court Clerk Paulita Keith participated in the 2016 Circuit Court Clerks Spring Conference on April 19-20 in Frankfort. The Administrative Office of the Courts and the Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks provided the education program for the state’s circuit court clerks. The Kentucky Association of Counties hosted the event at its headquarters.