Today's News

  • Can a word really drive someone crazy?

     I guess we’ve always had certain buzz words that meant something.

    As my age advances, I would rather think in the present.

    Maybe it is the age of texting where short messages like OMG or BTW have taken the art out of complete sentences.

    My newest word that just sends shivers down my spine is REALLY.

    It all depends on how you use the word, I guess.

    REALLY? That is that questioning by the other party into something you have said or done.

    REALLY! That is that sense of excitement over an action.

  • Homeowners rules don’t fall to city oversight

     FOX CHASE – The debate over why city government won’t enforce homeowner restrictions is pretty clear.

    City ordinances and homeowner restrictions are two different animals.

    In the city of Fox Chase, the issue is not a new one.

    City attorney Mark Edison said that the original developers of the subdivision implemented various forms of restrictions based on the stage of the development off Hebron Lane.

  • Former Eagle Scout hopes to soar at ARCA debut

     Christopher Brown, will be making his professional auto racing debut in the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA), presented by Menards on Friday, September 20.

    Christopher will be driving the #29 Correct Temp Dodge in The ZLOOP 150 at Kentucky Speedway to be televised on the new Fox Sports 1 channel.

    Christopher is a 2011 graduate of Saint Xavier High School in Louisville, KY, and is currently a Junior at University of North Carolina-Charlotte pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

  • Edwards looks for 'BEAR' of a race in ARCA debut

     Shepherdsville resident Trevor Edwards will be making his professional auto racing debut in the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA), presented by Menards on Saturday, September 14 at Salem Speedway.

    After competing in eight different series at 50 race tracks in nine states, 20 year old Edwards is taking the next step in his successful racing career.

    Trevor will be driving the #29 Correct Temp Dodge in the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA Fall Classic presented by Federated Car Care.

  • Missing Ohio teen found

    Wednesday, Sept. 11, 3 p.m.

    BARDSTOWN--  Bullitt County Sheriff's Office Detective Scotty McGaha has confirmed that 17 year-old William Scheetz, who has been missing for two days now from Powell, Ohio, was found.


    Wednesday, Sept. 11, 9 a.m.

    BARDSTOWN-- The search continues this morning for Ohio teen William Scheetz who went missing from his hometown of Powell, Ohio, Sept. 9.

  • AWANA at North Bullitt Christian

     HILLVIEW - North Bullitt Christian Church kicked off its 2013-14 AWANA Camp in blue ribbon fashion with a State Fair Night celebration.

    AWANA (Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed) is a weekly program created for children. Each event includes fun activities along with verse memorization to learn God's word.

    Children participate in overall youth activities and also separate into age groups for more specific lesson plans.

  • 911 Remembrance on Sunday

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- September 11, 2001, is a date that sticks in everyone’s mind. 

    Most remember where they were that day or what they were doing when they heard the news about the terrorist attack at the World Trade Centers.

    Bullitt County will have its third annual Day of Remembrance a couple days after to remember those who lost their lives this Sunday.

    This year the ceremony will take place in Lebanon Junction.

  • AG says court erred over closed session, records request

     FRANKFORT – The state attorney general’s office has determined that Bullitt Fiscal Court is guilty of a pair of violations relating to open records and open meetings acts.

    The complaint filed by attorney Eric Farris against Bullitt Fiscal Court alleged that actions taken during an executive session on July 16 did not meet the standards to meet behind closed doors.

    And he also alleged that the court did not address his open records concerns within the time period allowed.

  • Officials question jailer over concerns

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – While voicing displeasure over that some felt was a lack of information being provided, Bullitt Fiscal Court members opted to not make any decision or action against jailer Martha Knox.

    For the first time, Knox and members of fiscal court did discuss some of the issues surrounding a pair of requests for information from the jailer.

    Magistrate Robert Hunt and Knox led most of the conversation.

  • Man indicted for sexual allegations from 1980s

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A man already serving time in the state corrections system has been indicted for allegations dating back to 1982.

    The Bullitt County Grand Jury recently indicted Stanley Dishon on charges of rape, sodomy and sexual abuse.

    Two of the allegations are Class A felonies punishable by 20 years to life in prison.

    According to the indictment, Dishon allegedly had sexual contact and intercourse with a female less than 12 years of age during the year of 1982.