• Support Jennifer Stepp

     Melanie Roberts running for state representative.

    First thoughts were hooray we would have her leaving the county.

    Second thought was if she hasn’t done anything in the county for the people of the county, why is she now being persuaded by Washington politics to be in Frankfort?

    The Republicans only want her there for her vote.

    Better question is why would she give up a salary of $100,000-plus (that is correct, one hundred thousand) for approximately $30,000?

  • Homeless efforts working

     The current state of homelessness in Bullitt County and surrounding areas as verified by over 40,000 hours of intensive care.

    We have slept with them. We have prepared hot meals for them daily. We have provided transportation for job interviews, doctor appointments, transported ‘guests’ from church location both morning and afternoon as well as a myriad of other essential transportation needs.

  • Hats off to EMS, fire department

     On Dec. 30, 2015, Bullitt County EMS and Fire Department cam to my rescue, the situation was well under control in 10 minutes.

    My patient was getting more ill and needed a physician.

    The MES team consisted of a veteran EMS technician of 25 years. She, with a calm sense of urgency, instructed her partner, a young man in his early 20s.

  • Bro. Gerald Armstrong

     One thing comes to my mind. We need prayers for people that know the Lord Jesus. They’ve been born again (saved) by His blood on the cross of Calvary. Luke 13:5 Romans 10:9-10,13

    That our government will be run by Bible principles. The KJV is the only true Bible of God’s word.

    In 1937 in Owensboro, Ky., was the last hanging for murder. Numbers 35:15-17

  • Thank school board members

     Changes are coming in K-12 education at the national level with passage of the federal Every Student Succeeds Act, with the potential for more change at the state level at a time when the Commonwealth’s new budget will be squeezed.

  • Thanks to Belcher

     The intersection at Armstrong Lane/Fisher Lane and Highway 44 has made a big difference to those of us who live in that area.

    It has really helped with traffic congestion.

    Now there is going to be a turning lane and light at Bells Mill Road and Highway 44. Getting that intersection completed will make a turn out of Bells Mill onto Highway 44 a lot safer. The completion date is set for next summer.

  • Christmas spirit year-round

     At 29, he has a debilitating back injury, worth just over $700 a month in disability insurance. She’s a star at a local fast food restaurant. She looks for a second job. A truck is their lifeline and home for this family of six.

    Yeah, I said six. 

    Lots of body warmth to share this Christmas season.

    The youngest is two. Her sister, the oldest, a young teen, with two more in between.

  • Thanks to Belcher

     Guru Market/Spirit Gas Station, and other businesses along Old Preston Highway, would like to thank State Rep. Linda Belcher for helping in getting the road fixed and reopen.

    The state planned to shut the roadway down after it was damaged, and Ms. Belcher fought to keep it open as a historic roadway.

    Ishwar Patel, Owner

    Guru Market

  • Great holiday event

     Wow, what a turn out for our first City sponsored parade and our display light up at City Hall. 

    It took a lot of time spent by a group of guys that I can’t thank enough and that is our Public Works and Sewer Departments. 

    We need to also thank the citizens of Shepherdsville for coming out Friday; we hope you enjoyed it.

  • Fight for your home