Today's News

  • Event will get people moving on Saturday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A new unique fundraising opportunity is coming to Frank E. Simon Park, one that Shepherdsville artist Austin Whitely hopes “will get people moving.”

    “Two things that make us human are creation of art and charity,” said Whitely. “We’re combining these human qualities on Aug. 16.”

    The founders of the Homegrown Art, Music and Spoken Word Show have teamed up with a substance abuse prevention non-profit Color Your City, Inc.

  • Better Business Bureau at the KY State Fair

     Stop by the Better Business Bureau booth at the 2014 KY State Fair! The BBB booth will be located in Main Street KY, in the South Wing of the KY Fair & Exposition Center. There, you can pick up the latest edition of the BBB Wise Buying Guide, hot off the press! You can also get information on the most common scams, scams against seniors, tips on credit, and more!

    Tips while at the fair:

  • Bowling Green man sentenced 24 months for international firearms shipping

      BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A Bowling Green, Kentucky, man was sentenced in United States District Court yesterday, to 24 months in prison, followed by two years of supervised release for exporting firearms from the United States announced David J. Hale, United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky.

  • Business pays $750,000 for contraband cigarette trafficking

      BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Tantus Tobacco, LLC,  a Russell Springs, Kentucky, company paid $750,000 in restitution and forfeitures this week, in U.S. District Court, after being sentenced by Chief Judge Joseph H. McKinley Jr., on a single charge of conspiracy to engage in contraband cigarette trafficking, announced David J. Hale, United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky.

  • Youth football has a major new look in 2014

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Addition by subtraction.

    The Greater Bullitt County Football League, making fundamental changes for the first time since the creation of the Little Bullitts age group and the addition of the Pleasant Grove program more than 15 years ago, will work to make the ‘A’ Division a more competitive group this fall by realigning that age group into six teams instead of the nine programs that will continue to make up the other three age divisions.

  • BE V-ball ready for 6th Region run

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – After winning a program best 28 games last season but then struggling in the post-season, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers feel that they have some unfinished business for this volleyball season.

    Veteran coach Ed Fisher feels that he has the power to at least get multiple chances at Mercy this fall. That would mean meeting up with the state and national powers in the 24th District final and the Sixth Region final.

  • UPDATE: Fields are set for fall ballot

     UPDATE (08/13): Mount Washington council member Lloyd "Shot" Dooley has withdrawn from the city council race.

    Meanwhile, Shepherdsville resident Gaynell Rummage, who originally ran for mayor, has filed as an independent candidate for Shepherdsville's city council.


    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The field has now been set as a few last-minute filings will provide some interesting races in the Nov. 4 general election.

  • Davis’ ‘grades’ are much better in latest evaluation

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Whether or not Keith Davis felt he did a better job in the past year as superintendent of the Bullitt County Public School District, it appears his board members believe that he did.

    In its evaluation of Davis, which was released at the August meeting, the superintendent scored well in each of the 10 standards on his report card.

    And, overall, the board unanimously approved an outstanding performance rating for two of the three goals set for the past school year.

  • Opening of school joyous one for NB’s new leader

     HEBRON ESTATES - One day Robert Fulk received big news. Then the next day he received big news.

    The first day - July 30 - was the birth of his daughter, Eleanor, at eight pounds, four ounces and 20 1/2 inches.

    The next day Fulk received word that he was selected as the new North Bullitt High School principal. He replaced Jeff Marshall, who took a new job with Jefferson County Public Schools.

  • Local police agencies, businesses to participate in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement campaign

      The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety is partnering with law enforcement across the state for the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign that runs from Aug. 13 through Sept. 1, 2014.

    The nationwide impaired driving crackdown includes high-visibility enforcement supported by a federally-funded advertising campaign to curb impaired driving in August and through the Labor Day holiday weekend.