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Today's News

  • Good numbers have BC girls thinking big in '09

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - An influx of players has Bullitt Central Lady Cougar soccer coach Neal Cox thinking big heading into the 2009 season.

    The maroon and gray have struggled in the past to have enough players to field a competitive team and also build for the future. This season, there are 30 players in the program and 22 dressing for varsity games.

    In addition, many of the players spent time together in the off-season playing indoor soccer at Mockingbird Valley. That has not only increased their soccer skills, but also their knowledge of playing together.

  • NB is in no position to overlook anyone

    HEBRON ESTATES - While the North Bullitt Eagles have done some good things - and some not so good things - through the first three weeks of the season, veteran head coach Brett Newton has one simple point to make before the team takes on winless Waggener this Friday in Jefferson County.

    “We’re not in position to take anyone lightly,” the coach said on Monday.

    North Bullitt has some tougher games on the horizon so this is a good chance to gain some much-needed confidence while getting the record back to the .500 mark at 2-2.

  • Four arrested in west Bullitt raid

    NICHOLS - Four people were arrested in the 39th methamphetamine lab raid of the year.

    According to Kenny Hardin, director of the Bullitt County Drug Task Force, a tip was taken about a possible meth lab on Ash Hollow Road off Knob Creek Road.

    When members of the task force and the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department arrived on Aug. 27, they found an active lab in operation.

    Robert Atkinson, 39, of Shepherdsville, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, along with Johnathan Ernspiker, 26, of Lebanon Junction.

  • This Week in Sports...

    FOOTBALL

    Friday, September 18:

    **Bullitt East at Shelby County. 7:30 p.m.

    **Bullitt Central at Atherton. 7:30 p.m.

    **North Bullitt at Waggener. 7:30 p.m.

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    VOLLEYBALL

    Monday, September 14:

    **Bullitt East at Oldham County. 6 p.m.

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    Tuesday, September 15:

    **Bullitt Central at North Bullitt. 5:30 p.m.

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  • BULLITT COUNTY ROADWORK: Week of Sep. 13

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Highway District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled in Bullitt County for the week of September 13:

    Bullitt County:

  • Bluegrass Speedway Back in Action September 19

    BARDSTOWN - After being closed for the past two weekends, Bluegrass Speedway track promoters David and Anita Ferrell will be return with another “Saturday Night Showtime” edition of racing competition this Saturday evening September 19, with the Street Stocks being highlighted in a $300 to win event.

     

  • Couch comes off bench to turn back North Bullit

    VERSAILLES - Woodford County coach Chris Tracy had a secret weapon by the name of Couch on Friday night when the North Bullitt Eagles traveled to the heart of the Bluegrass.

    No, he wasn’t any relation to famed UK quarterback Tim Couch but he might as well have been.

    Sophomore Matt Couch came off the Yellow Jacket bench to throw a pair of touchdown passes in the 28-19 victory over the visiting Eagles.

    The loss dropped North Bullitt to 1-2 on the season, while the 5-A Woodford County went to 3-1.

  • Large crowd attends Guthrie's town hall

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It wasn’t a raucous crowd that you may have seen on the national news. But it was a large one.

    U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie made a stop at the Shepherdsville Government Center last Tuesday and was met with a variety of questions and comments from a crowd of over 100 people.

    Much of the discussions centered on the health care proposal being championed by President Barack Obama.

    While not supporting the current proposal, Guthrie said he knows there must be some health care reforms.

  • Accreditation result of many years of work

    It was discussed over five years ago and it has finally been accomplished by the Shepherdsville Police Department.

    The agency has been designated as one of about 90 departments in Kentucky to have met the 167 standards for accreditation.

    It has taken a while as administrations have changed, as well as leadership of the department. But the Kentucky Association of Police Chiefs bestowed the honor upon the department on Monday night in a ceremony before the city council.

  • Pickling more than cucumbers

    Relishes and pickles are a great way to enjoy summer’s bountiful array of fruits and vegetables long after the season is over.

    Pickling should not just be limited to cucumbers. Peaches, green tomatoes, okra, squash, and beans can also be pickled for a delightful addition to any meal. Spiced apples, muscadines, and crabapples and corn, pepper and pears can be used to make relishes. Quick-process pickled fruits and vegetables are easy to make and the many flavor combinations can add a lot of variety to meals.