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Today's News

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bardstown boys fall 94-86 in OT at Marion County

    Area schools hoping to extract revenge on a young Bardstown team after suffering years of defeat at the hands of the Tigers might heed one message.

    If you’re going to beat coach James (Boo) Brewer’s young team, you’d better do it early in the season, because this could be a dangerous group by the time the postseason rolls around.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Local girls’ squads go 4-0 on opening night

    Any win for an athletic team can be described as a good win.

    When it comes on the road in the season opener, it’s an even better win.

    Add to that, despite not one of their better efforts, a win over a Marion County team that Bardstown coach Amber Courtney and her players had never defeated, well, you can understand how the coach felt after their 53-51 win on Tuesday in Lebanon.

  • Driver injured in rollover on Boston Road

    Some Good Samaritans may have saved a woman’s life Thursday after she wrecked her SUV on Boston Road, said a sheriff’s deputy who worked the crash.
    Jamie Ferrie of the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office said Friday the 79-year-old woman — he couldn’t remember her name — lost control of her Chevy Tahoe on U.S. 62 near Shady Lane, hit a tree and rolled the vehicle over onto its side in a roadside ditch filled with water.
    “Passersby kept her head out of the water. They possibly saved her life,” Ferrie said.

  • Trust — It doesn’t just happen

    PEGGY SMITH
    Association Executive
    Old Ky Home  Board of Realtors
    okhrealtors@bardstown.com

  • Bethlehem students raising funds for Puerto Rico

    A senior Social Justice class at Bethlehem High School is hosting a volleyball tournament this evening for an Advent outreach project to benefit Puerto Rico.

    Katie Kiefer, who teaches the semester-long course at Bethlehem, said the students typically do two service projects a year, one for Lent and one for Advent.

    "Ultimately, we came up with the idea to help Puerto Rico because the devastation was so intense," she said, referencing how Puerto Rico was catastrophically affected when hit by Hurricane Maria earlier this year.

  • Public Record-Divorces-Dec. 1, 2017

    Edward Eugene Hatfield, 60, Amy Lynn Hatfield, 50, divorce final Oct. 5 (date of marriage May 24, 2014).

    James Edward Key, 47, Susan Lyn Whitman, divorce final Oct. 5 (date of marriage Oct. 11, 1997).

    Alaina Rivers Atcher, 31, Benjamin Drew Paxton, 30, divorce final Oct. 11 (date of marriage June 1, 2013).

    Cheryl Jene’ Cooper, 59, James Fredrick Newton, 69, divorce final Oct. 19 (date of marriage July 3, 1977).

    Jaime Lynn Clark, 36, Matthew Curtis Lowry, 37, divorce final Oct. 19 (date of marriage Oct. 31, 2015).

  • Public Record-Citations-Dec. 1, 2017

    Dates on citations indicate when the offense was adjudicated, not when it was issued

    Linda Hale, 55, no/expired registered plates, $168 (7/13/17).

    Kirklyn Blevins, no/expired registered plates, $163 (7/12/17).

    Elva Bell Jr., 1988, disregarding stop sign, $168 (7/12/17).

    Bryan Ford, 1988, speeding, $189 (7/5/17).

    Kayla Martindill, 1999, no seat belt, $25 (7/5/17).

    Brandon Wilson, 1989, DUI, $868 plus 4 days, alcohol and drug education (7/11/17).

  • Public Record-marriages-Dec. 1, 2017

    Jerry Lee Tinnell, 53, Boston, restoration; Mary Annette Blaine, 53, Bardstown, caregiver.

    Carrie Danelle Johnson, 39, Bardstown, manager; Harry Lamont Young Jr., 43, Louisville, server.

    Charles Junior Cooke II, 52, Bardstown, retail; Gayle Lee Williams, 53, Bardstown, cashier.

    Cody Lee Fields, 25, Bardstown, service technician; Amy Lynn Littlejohn, 27, Bardstown, drafter.

    Clinton Joseph Wathen, 35, Louisville, tank foreman; Lori Dyan Hibbs, 45, Cox’s Creek, nurse.

  • Public Record-Property transfers-Dec. 1, 2017

    Justin and Ignacia Durbin, to Charles Jr. and Kimberly Hall, all of Bardstown, real estate in Nelson County, $200,000.

    Wendell and Carolyn Ennis to Christopher and Candice Bryant, all of Boston, real estate in Nelson County, $1,000.

    Wells Fargo Bank, of Frederick, Md., to Thomas Peake, of Bardstown, real estate in Nelson County, $115,125.

    Eleanor Miller, of Fairdale, to Suzanne Cox, of Boston, real estate in Nelson County, $50,000.

    Stacy and Mary Faulkner to Stacy and Mary Faulkner, of Bardstown, real estate in Nelson County, $1.

  • Public Record-Zoning permits-Dec. 1, 2017

    Zoning Permits for Nov. 3-22

    Oliva Thompson, Holy Cross Road, detached conventional single-family dwelling.

    Bardstown High School Bardstown Board of Education, 308 N. Fifth St., new dugouts.

    Bypass Properties, 2095 East John Rowan Blvd., 40’x40’ temporary tent.

    Nelson Fiscal Court, 1500 Parkway Drive, 21,268 square foot distilled spirits warehouse 3.