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Today's News

  • Chargers still can’t find defensive answers

        TAYLORSVILLE – The continued to impress, but Bullitt East’s defensive woes continued on Friday as the red and gold dropped a 55-46 decision to Spencer County.
        The setback was the fourth in as many games for the Chargers with the team giving up 49 points an outing.

  • Rockets again end Eagles’ early success

        SHELBYVILLE -- In week three of the playoffs, North Bullitt could be facing a tough, physical, well-coached football team.
        So, when head coach Adam Billings’ Eagles went head-to-head against the Shelby County Rockets on Friday, he wasn’t as concerned about the score as he was how his players competed.
        Despite a 48-23 setback in Shelbyville, Billings was upbeat.

  • BC goes to 4-0, but tougher road ahead

        SHEPHERDSVILLE – For the second time in as many seasons, Bullitt Central moved to 4-0 on Friday when the maroon and gray put the defensive clamps on Jeffersontown, winning 24-0.
        For the game, the Jefferson County Chargers had just three first downs and except for a long pass play that ended up in the endzone being called back for a holding penalty, Jeffersontown didn’t come close to scoring.
        Bullitt Central was up 7-0 at halftime and then slowly pulled away in the second half.

  • Farm to Table dinner will give different perspective of food

        MOUNT WASHINGTON— In a fast-paced society, sometimes it’s nice to go back to your roots.
        That’s the idea behind the Bullitt County Farm Bureau Farm to Table Harvest Festival.

  • Honoring the First Responders

    The Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce again hosted a luncheon to honor all the first responders in the county in observance of 9-11.

    Many agencies from throughout the county were present for the lunch and a presentation.

    A group picture was held outside the large draped flag.

    More photos can be found here.

  • Ellis resigns; vacancy to be filled

             SHEPHERDSVILLE -- A week after a Bullitt Circuit Judge ruled that the resignation in February by Scott Ellis from his position of mayor was invalid, another resignation letter has been written.
        And, now, the Shepherdsville City Council will have to decide if the members can agree upon a replacement or whether Gov. Matt Bevin will make that decision.

  • Fayette man charged with child sex exploitation

     LEXINGTON — On September 8, 2016, at approximately 7:53 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch, assisted by the Lexington Police Department, arrested Darryl L. Reed, 50, on charges related to prohibited use of an electronic communication system to procure a minor/police officer re: sex offenses.

  • Farm Bureau hosts youth contests

     The Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest on Saturday, Sept. 17.

    Contestants must be 15 years old but not have reached 19 years of age by Jan. 1, 2017.

    They must be a member of Bullitt County Farm Bureau and must submit a contest application, along with a certified copy of school grades for the past two years.

    The two areas of competition are a personal interview (behind closed doors) and a two-minute prepared speech related to agriculture or Farm Bureau (this is in front of the audience).

  • Road trip for Zoneton teachers

     Before the beginning of the school year, Zoneton Middle staff spent an afternoon to build community relations in the form of a scavenger hunt.

    Stops included Pioneer Village City Hall and Hillview City Hall.

  • NB’s Marion makes late choice to attend Midway

     HEBRON ESTATES – The end of his high school career was becoming a fond memory and the start of college was fast approaching.

    Still, three weeks into August and North Bullitt senior Noah Marion had yet to put his name on the dotted line. He pretty much knew where and what he wanted to do, but he had yet to make it official.

    Finally, after setting up a small gathering in the North Bullitt Media Center, Marion put pen to paper and signed to play baseball at Midway College in central Kentucky.