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Today's News

  • Sheet found in barn to be tested

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Could a pillow case and degraded sheet found in a barn off Greenwell Ford Road be a key piece of evidence in the 1999 death of Jessica Dishon?
        Prosectors believe that they could.
        In a hearing Friday, prosecutors Michael Mann and Michael Ferguson introduced information concerning the finding of bed linens last month.
        Stanley Dishon, the victim's uncle, has been charged with her kidnapping and murder.

  • Zombie Math planned for students at North Bullitt High next fall

     A successful funding proposal plus a partnership equals a greater understanding of linear programming and Algebra II.

    That is what North Bullitt High School math teacher Emir Dizdarevic plans with the implementation of a new program called Zombie Math.

  • Students get chance to learn about life on farms

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County students always enjoy the close-up view of rural and agricultural life thanks to the Bullitt County Extension Service’s Farm FIeld Day.

    The event, hosted along with the Bullitt County Farm Bureau, allows students an opportunity to experience agriculture-related topics with hands-on activities and information from experts.

    The most recent Farm Field Day was held for students from Cedar Grove, Lebanon Junction and Mount Washington Elementary. The event was coordinated through each school’s Family Resource Center.

  • Lady Chargers find missing offense just in time

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – A week ago, Bullitt East Lady Chargers softball coach Ricky Hoffman said his team’s offense was ‘in a slump’ after a two week stretch in which the team lost a number of games to some of the state’s top teams.

  • Chargers play it like post-season in three game run

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – For three straight weeks, Bullitt East baseball head coach Jeff Bowles has been running his team through ‘mini regional tournaments’, three game series against top-flight competition.

    After going 3-0 over three days in the Louisville Invitational Tournament the previous weekend, the Chargers faced any even tough group of teams late last week, but the red and gold responded well, beating Sixth Region rivals DeSales and Butler sandwiched around an extra-inning loss to defending state champion Pleasure Ridge Park.

  • Bevin visits Bullitt GOP

     Matt Bevin, candidate for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Mitch McConnell, made a visit last week to the Bullitt County Republican Party.

    Bevin talked to the standing-room only crowd at Becknell  Hall about his philosophies on government and changes he would like to make if elected to the U.S. Senate.

    The winner would face Allison Grimes in the fall general election.

    Primary election day is Tuesday, May 20.

  • Look at ALL expenses related to college

     When it comes to comparing the costs of various colleges, remember that on the broadest level, costs are divided into billable and non-billable costs. To save money, follow these tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

    Billable costs are what you have to pay to start college. At a minimum, these costs include tuition and fees. If you’re going to live in school-provided housing, billable costs will also include room and board. These costs are called billable because the school will bill you for them.

  • Rubberized tracks part of schools’ mission

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Bullitt East doesn’t want to get left in the dust.

    At a recent Mount Washington City Council meeting, Bullitt East athletic director Troy Barr and track/cross country coach Lenny Raley asked the officials  to consider contributing to efforts in raising $15,000 to rubberize the high school track this summer.

    “It desperately needs to be rubberized. We have had several injuries this year,” Raley said.

    If they were able to get this done, they could hold track meets in the county and community events.

  • BBB tips for Mother's Day shopping

     Mother’s Day is right around the corner! If you are ordering flowers, beware of petal pushers!  Unscrupulous florists will place fake listings in local phone directories, and when you call you are unknowingly forwarded to an out-of-town telemarketing company. The telemarketer takes your credit card information and forwards your order to an area florist. The telemarketer takes a processing fee, and a percentage of the total order. Later, you realize you were charged more than you had planned, and the flowers are not as ordered – if delivered at all!

  • JUNK....JUNK....and more JUNK

     The county residents filled up 23 dumpsters in three sites last month.

    The final day to dispose of junk by county residents will be this Saturday, May 10, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the old Shepherdsville High/Middle and at Lebanon Junction Elementary.