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Today's News

  • Under-12 state tourney ends short of expectations

    LOUISVILLE - The Under-12 Cal Ripken West Kentucky State Tournament had a pair of Bullitt County teams competing last week at the Germantown Recreation Complex in Louisville.

    Unfortunately, the event did not end the way either the Mount Washington or Blue Lick All-Stars had envisioned.

    After opening with a pair of wins to start the tournament and reaching the winner’s bracket final, Mount Washington struck out in two straight games over the weekend, losing to Barren County and then Jeffersontown to finish third in the 8-team event.

  • Bernheim Forest has cool programs for hot summer

    Introduction to Growing Mushrooms at Home

    Saturday, July 24, 10:00 a.m. - noon

    Education Center

    Fee: Members $20.00, non-members $25.00; registration required

        Learn the basics of home mushroom cultivation from mycology enthusiast Eric Osborne.  The course will introduce you to log inoculations with a variety of gourmet mushrooms.  Come and be a part of the mycelia revolution.

  • MW races fail to draw anticipated excitement

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Those wishing to have their names on the fall ballot have just one more day to make a trip to the county clerk’s office.

        The filing deadline is Aug. 10 at 4 p.m. in the county clerk’s office    in a number of races which had registration deadlines in the fall.

        What many expected to be a large field of candidates in Mount Washington hasn’t proven to be correct.

  • Improved U-11 All-Stars fall in tough fashion

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - A week after going 0-2 in the combined District 10/11 Tournament on their home field, the Under-11 Mount Washington All-Stars made a remarkable recovery last week in the West Kentucky State Tournament that the league hosted.

    Mount Washington won two early games to reach the winner’s bracket championship game of the 7-team event. At that point they met an old rival, Jeffersontown, the team that had won the District Tournament a week earlier. This time, Jeffersontown won again, 14-3.

  • Street Rod Nationals to invade this week with added models

        LOUISVILLE - Between 10,000 and 15,000 street rods, classics and muscle cars will be on hand at the Kentucky Exposition Center within the next week as the National Street Rod Association® presents its 41st Annual Street Rod Nationals® Plus.

        The dates for the city’s largest  vintage car show will be August 5-8.

  • Success continues for U-12 group

        HIGHVIEW - It took just 20 hours for the Under-12 Mount Washington All-Stars to start what they hope is a long journey this summer in Cal Ripken Tournament action.

        The flagship group of kids for the league in recent years, this was the fourth summer age group district title in five seasons for this core group of players and coaches.

  • Blue Lick U-12 All-Stars win district; head to West State next

    FAIRDALE - Many of the members of the Blue Lick 12-year-old All-Star hadn’t participated in post-season play for a couple of years.

    As 11 year olds, vacations and commitments to football didn’t allow enough players to be available to field an all-star team.

    This year, the Blue Lick All-Stars made up for last year’s disappointment in a big way. The squad is heading to the West Kentucky state tournament this week at Germantown as district champs.

    Blue Lick swept through the district tournament with three straight victories.

  • Blue Lick 10s fall short against Prairie Village

    HILLVIEW - The Blue Lick 10-year-old All-Stars ran into a pretty impressive foe in the championship of the district baseball tournament.

    There was good reason the Prairie Village team won the state title the year before and they showed it again on Saturday.

    But prior to losing in the championship game, Blue Lick pulled out a victory over Okolona to win the loser’s bracket title.

    In fact, the 10-4 victory on Saturday over Okolona avenged a first-round loss to their Preston Highway neighbors to the north.

  • Parks proposal: Let YMCA manage programs

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - After studying the situation for several months, the Bullitt County Parks Board is ready to make a recommendation on the future of the sports programs.

        But, before that final recommendation is made, the board is looking for input from the community.

        A special meeting of the Bullitt County Parks Board will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 15, in the fiscal courtroom of the courthouse.

        The public is encouraged to make its opinions known.

  • Mt. Washington hosts U8 & U10 State Softball tourneys

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - Softball was certainly the name of the game two weekends ago as the Mount Washington Youth Baseball and Softball League hosted the 2010 East Kentucky State Softball Tournaments.

        It turned out to be a heartbreaking ending for the Under-8 Mount Washington All-Stars as they finished third in the 11-team event.