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Today's News

  • BC's Hester selected for Kentucky All-Star try-outs

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central senior Lindsay Hester picked up a major basketball honor earlier this week when she was selected as one of 39 players to try-out for the Girls’ Kentucky All-Star team.

    Seven players from the Louisville area were picked for the try-outs which will be held April 17-18 at Campbellsville University.

  • NB class makes up goodies for Kosair

    HEBRON ESTATES - The North Bullitt High School Skills for Success group made a successful donation to Kosair Children’s Hospital.

    Consisting of freshman students, Skills for Success donated 275 gift bags for children in Kosair’s emergency room as well as some outpatient children.

    Skills for Success coordinator Gelena Ballard said Kosair Goody Bags was originally created as a service project for North Bullitt’s Beta Club. This was the first year the Skills for Success program participated.

  • Tennessee road trip provides four victories for North Bullitt

    HEBRON ESTATES - A spring break trip to the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains turned out to be a positive adventure for the North Bullitt Eagles last week as coach Brian Wise’s team won four of five games.

    That action left the team with a 5-3 mark after the first two weeks of the regular season.

    “We were promised five games in four days and we got that in,” Wise said on Monday. “It was a good thing for us to get all the games in. All-in-all, it was a successful week.”

  • Charger spring break trip had both sun and fun

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Behind some strong pitching, the Bullitt East Chargers returned home from a spring break trip to Florida with a perfect 4-0 mark for the first time.

    That performance left the team with a 6-1 record over the first two weeks of the regular season.

  • East girls took a big step; ready for next step

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Before the season began, Bullitt East Lady Charger head coach Chris Stallings talked about using a lot of players early in the season and then paring that number down in the second half of the season.

    As it turned out, his players never made that possible. The Lady Chargers ended up just as likely to use 12 players in a big game in February as they were in December. Few teams in the state turned out to be as deep as the red and gold.

  • Projects to bring beauty planned this Saturday

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Local volunteers plan to perform the equivalent of a facelift to the community.

    The Bullitt County Operation Bright and Beautiful program is scheduled to begin Saturday, April 18, around the three largest cities.

    Event co-chairperson Ruth Chowning said the event gave volunteers an organized opportunity to touch up the community.

    “We have several places where we want to clean,” she said.

  • BULLITT COUNTY ROADWORK: Week of April 12

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Highway District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled in Bullitt County for the week of April 12:

     

     

    Bullitt County:

    Interstate 65:  Shoulder closures and delays possible between mile points 109 and 116 for installation of median cable barriers.

     

     

    Jefferson County:

  • Highway 44 traffic issues

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Traffic along Highway 44 in Shepherdsville could be difficult due to maintenance issues.

    The Shepherdsville Police received notification through CSX that the crossing at Highway 44 East next to Publishers Printing would be closed at various times during the remainder of the week for repairs.

    Road crews working along Highway 44 West near Buckman Street have limited the traffic to just one lane.

    If Highway 44 East is closed, traffic may detour through Adam Shepherd Parkway, Second Street or Cedar Grove Road.

  • UPDATE: Boil water advisory for Cedar Grove area lifted

    CEDAR GROVE – The boil water advisory for residents impacted by the water main break at Omega Parkway and Cedar Grove Road has been lifted.  According a release from the Louisville Water Company, water quality tests confirm that the water is safe to drink.

    Residents whose refrigerators have automatic ice machines should allow the receptacle to fill twice and discard the ice.  Those with a chilled water line on the refrigerator door should allow it to run for approximately one minute before using.

     

  • Young BC softball squad wins three

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – The youthful Bullitt Central softball team gained even more confidence last week with three more wins including a key district win over Fairdale by a 10-3 count.

    Playing three games over spring break, the Lady Cougars won each of the three. That left the team with a 4-1 mark two weeks into the regular season.