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Today's News

  • Play-off ticket prices

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - With two Bullitt County teams playing at home this week in the first round of the state football play-offs, fans should note that there are a few changes in the ticket structure for the games at Bullitt East and Bullitt Central.

    David Marshall, the Director or Secondary Schools in Bullitt County, announced on Monday that ticket prices for the games played at Bullitt East and Bullitt Central will be $6 each for all fans. There will be no pre-sale tickets at either school.

  • Mud grabs the spotlight Friday

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - As the two teams shook hands at the end of The Game on Friday night, Bullitt Central head coach Danny Leasor and his North Bullitt counterpart met off to one side. After shaking hands, the two long-time rivals smiled and then Newton broke out laughing.

    What was said in that short moment?

    “He told me we had a really nice team,” Leasor said back in the dry confines of the coaches’ office. “And that we had a really bad field.”

    Leasor couldn’t argue and he certainly could see the humor in the quote.

  • National performer to bring act of family comedy to local church

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - A nationally known ventriloquist will bring new life to his puppet characters at New Life Worship Center.

    Ryan Bomgardner will perform his live show, Ryan and Friends, at the church during his recently started tour.

    Bomgardner referred to the show as a fun family event for everyone to enjoy.

    “Anything we do is completely clean,” he said. “It’s never more than PG-rated. We want everybody to walk away thinking they liked the show.”

  • More experienced Cardinals rain on BE’s senior parade

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - As the visitors were celebrating in the rain, the Bullitt East Chargers were already in the locker room on Friday night.

    The Bourbon Bowl may spend the next year in Nelson County’s trophy case but coach Doug Preston’s Chargers have another prize in mind.

    Putting the 31-6 defeat into the past, Preston and his team were already talking about this Friday night’s playoff opener in Mount Washington against 4-A foe Fairdale.

    In reality, there weren’t a lot the Chargers wanted to remember from a windy, rainy night.

  • E-waste collection Saturday

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana invites the entire community to participate in an e-Waste collection event on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 8 a.m. until Noon at Mount Washington Elementary School.

    The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana is dedicated to the environment and the planet. Through the Girl Scout program, girls learn to recycle, reuse and recreate waste.

    Recently, Girl Scouts joined forces with two Kentucky companies - CRI and GES - to address the issue of recycling electronic waste or e-waste.

  • High Flying at Eastside Middle

    Eastside Middle School Principal Bonita Franklin delivered the State of the School Address to teachers and students Oct. 21 and ended the occasion with a special balloon releasing ceremony.

  • Beech Grove Road bridge closed until July for repairs

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Motorists who use Beech Grove Road and must cross the Long Lick Creek b

  • BULLITT COUNTY ROADWORK: Week of Nov. 2

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Highway District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled in Bullitt County for the week of Nov. 2:

    Bullitt County:

  • Cougars play at home for first time since ‘79

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - One of the top goals posted in the Bullitt Central coaches’ office this season was not only to qualify for the post-season, but to compete in the play-offs at home.

    Mission accomplished.

    With an 8-2 record overall and a number two finish in Class 5-A, District 3, the Cougars will play at home on Friday against Jeffersontown. It is the first home play-off game for Bullitt Central since the 1979 season.

  • Rain can't dampen Cougars' run past Eagles

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central Cougars looked Mother Nature right in the eye on Friday and didn’t blink, putting together a strong effort in adverse conditions to beat arch-rival North Bullitt 34-14 in the 34th renewal of The Game.

    It was not a fit night for man nor beast, but the Cougars sloshed through the rain and mud to win for the second straight time in the series. Bullitt Central now has a 20-14 edge in a rivalry that dates to 1976.