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Today's News

  • Unbeaten North Oldham next for 7-2 Cougars

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - ‘Time heals all wounds’ is the old saying.

    In football, it is more like ‘time heals bad football programs.’ Just ask Bullitt Central and North Oldham.

    When the two schools met for the first time on the football field in 2005, the two programs combined to win just three games. One of those few wins was North Oldham’s 21-14 victory over the Cougars.

  • Man with 3 mobile meth labs caught

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -A man allegedly driving around town with three mobile meth labs in his vehicle was caught by police Monday evening.

    Jonathan Knauer of Lebanon Junction was arrested by the Shepherdsville Police and the Bullitt County Drug Task Force.

    According to Kenny Hardin, director of the Bullitt County Drug Task Force, said that about 6 p.m. on Monday the Shepherdsville police stopped Knauer.

    Upon making the stop, police noticed an active methamphetamine lab in a one-gallon jug on the floorboard of the vehicle.

  • Trick-or-treat on Friday; Time change Sunday

    All Bullitt County areas will celebrate Halloween trick-or-treating on Friday, Oct. 31.

    There are no officially set times to trick-or-treat. A general rule of thumb is to participate between approximately 6-9 p.m.

    Anyone wishing not to participate should keep porch lights off and houses dark at the above times.

    Halloween trick-or-treat safety tips can be found here.

  • Shepherdsville police to increase Halloween patrols

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Shepherdsville Police will again increase patrols on Halloween night.

    Extra officers will be out on bicycles and in patrol cars to make the streets safer for Trick or Treaters according to Shepherdsville Police Chief Doug Puckett.

    “We will have additional officers out from 6:00PM to 9:00 PM. Children and their parents should take advantage of this time to Trick or Treat safely” said Colonel Puckett.

    Both adults and youth should abide by the following safety tips from EDUGuide.org:

    Before the Big Night

  • Coyle's Corner

    Artist Paul Coyle take's a look at the current economic crisis and its effect on banks.

  • Two arrested for robbery spree that started in Bullitt

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - A robbery spree starting in Bullitt County on Thursday night ended several hours later in Jefferson County.

    Two individuals have been arrested and will face charges in both counties.

    According to Det. Scotty McGaha of the Bullitt County Sheriff's Department, the first robbery attempt was at the Red, White and Blue convenience store on Joy Drive, next to the old Bullitt Bowl.

    McGaha said Desiree Jackson, 25, and Brenton Wayne Dodson, 28, allegedly went to that store around 11:40 p.m. on Thursday but could not get into the business.

  • Belcher known as caring man, not politician

       To many people, the word politician is a nasty name.

       

    Maybe a four-letter word for some.

    Over the past week, there was the unfortunate need to talk to people to get their reactions to Larry Belcher.

    Belcher died in an auto accident Monday evening doing what he does best -- helping people.

    Most of you will recognize Larry as the state representative for the people of the 49th District.

    With only a few exceptions, it would be hard to find anyone who would say a bad word about the man.

  • Concert in Park set for Friday in Mount Washington

    MOUNT WASHINGTON — The Mount Washington City Plaza on Main Street will be hopping this Friday as community members gather for the first-annual Concert in the Park.

    The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. and will feature local musical talent the Gene Branham Band along with karaoke, hayrides, a pumpkin decorating contest, tethered balloon rides, inflatables, face painting and fall-themed food provided by ValuMarket.

    The Concert in the Park was organized by local business owners Dan and Sharon Kelty and Jonathan Rideout in conjunction with city government.

  • School district steps up efforts to stop spread of whooping cough

    HEBRON ESTATES – The Bullitt County School District has stepped up its response against a recent whooping cough outbreak at Freedom Elementary School.

    As of today, nine Freedom students were confirmed to have the illness, also known as pertussis.

    Superintendent Keith Davis issued a letter to parents of FES students stating that any child exhibiting a runny nose, sneezing, low-grade fever and/or cough would be "temporarily excluded" from school.

  • BE back in action at LaRue

    HODGENVILLE - After a week to catch their breath and solidify some of the major changes that the offense has gone through over the past few weeks, the Bullitt East Chargers will be back in action on Friday against district rival LaRue County.

    This is an important game for the red and golf for a number of reasons, but the district standings are not among those things. Bullitt East has already wrapped up the number one seed for the Class 4-A play-offs while LaRue County is locked into the number four spot no matter what happens this week.