• PV marks boundaries; next meeting Dec. 19

     PIONEER VILLAGE - The boundaries of one northern Bullitt County are set in stone - or at least on a computer CD.

  • BC JROTC helps make Christmas better for others

     In working once again with the school’s Youth Service Center, the cadets with the Bullitt Central JROTC program will make Christmas a little brighter for others.

    The JROTC members collected over 2,450 canned food items and more than 60 boxes filled with over 40 food items to be distributed to 60 Bullitt Central families.

    The group also presented a check for $275 to Tonia Wiggins and the youth service center.

  • Better policy from needed meeting

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - For most of last week, the hottest topic in local sports’ circles was not the start of the high school basketball season.

  • What should parents expect from schools

     National surveys tend to indicate public dissatisfaction with public education, yet those same surveys generally find that parents are quite satisfied with their local public schools.  The same phenomenon is seen when surveying opinions about Congress, which people tend to not like, and their own Congressman, who is generally held in high regard. 

  • Board reverses field on new rules

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - If approved next Tuesday, Bullitt County high school athletics could have a few more rules to follow in terms of team participation.


     A list of events scheduled for Bullitt County Public Schools during the month of December. For more information call 869-8000.

    Bullitt County Schools Calendar of Events - December 2011:






  • Tips to college students on how to survive and thrive

    If you have decided to go to college, or if you are already in college, you have made a good financial choice. Kentuckians with bachelor’s degrees typically earn $16,000 more annually than people with high school diplomas.

    But you need to find the best way to pay for that college education, preferably with money you do not have to pay back. These tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help.

  • BC FFA annual fruit sale

    The holiday season has once again sprung upon us. Let the food, cheerfulness, and last minute shopping begin!

    But wait….what should you get those loved ones? Well a healthy and delicious solution would be a holiday fruit basket.

    The Bullitt Central FFA chapter would like to announce their annual holiday fruit sales. This fruit contributes to the chapter, and it allows the students to do more school, and community activities. This fruit sale provides many opportunities for students as well as people within the community.

  • JROTC program gets solid footing at Bullitt East

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - It’s a crisp autumn morning at Bullitt East High School and while most students are sitting quietly in their classrooms, outside a group of their peers are doing push-ups. 

  • Cedar Grove students 'crazy' about helping military kids

    CEDAR GROVE - In honor of the Veterans Day holiday, Cedar Grove Elementary students let their hair down.

    Or up. Or out. Or all around. In all shapes and colors.

    Students were allowed to participate in Crazy Hair Day with a $1 donation toward the Our Military Kids fund, sponsored by the Military Kids Foundation.