• Concerns about jail

     I recently spent twelve days in the Bullitt County Detention Center. During that time I saw several issues there that should be know to the taxpayers of the County and State.

    They provide cable TV to inmates. I can’t afford cable TV at home, and I am sure many people statewide cannot. If the States wants to reduce their budget that would be one step in the right directions. Also I was denied TV privileges and others with more harsh crimes were able to watch it.

  • Remember heat issues

     Summer is here and we’re already seeing the dreaded headlines about children who are left inside hot cars, leading to heat stroke and even death.

    Since 1998, at least 13 children in Kentucky have died as a result of being left inside sweltering vehicles while their parents or caregivers shop, go to work or run errands. It’s just another example of the abuse and neglect that plagues Kentucky’s children.

  • So frustrated

     I am frustrated thinking about what has happened throughout the world. The War, people getting killed, the flood, tornadoes, earthquakes. Most people do not want to get along with other people. They want everything for themselves. Children telling parents what to do. They control the parents.

  • Thanks for Bullitt Blast

     The Shepherdsville / Bullitt County Tourist & Convention Commission wishes to thank all the people responsible for assisting us in making the the 10th Annual Bullitt Blast such a great celebration for our County.  The weather cooperated and we are so thankful so many came to enjoy a celebration of our Nation’s Freedom. 

  • Project Graduation success

     The 2011 Bullitt East High School Project Graduation Committee wishes to express its sincere gratitude to the following donors:

  • Thanks to community

  • Thanks to volunteers

     Thanks to volunteers

  • Greer has right view

  • Thanks to supporters

  • Thanks to Mark Wilson

     On behalf of the congregation of Mt. Washington Methodist Church, I would like to thank Pastor Mark Wilson ad his wife Cindy for their 11 years of service to both our church and community. They have supported many good causes in the Mt. Washington area, including Community Ministries, Scouting, and Relay for Life.