Today's News

  • BC's defense steps up and saves the Cougars... again

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - A pair of goal-line stands midway through the second half saved the Bullitt Central Cougars on Friday as they managed to hang on to beat former district rival Southern 21-14.

    All of the points in the game were scored in the first half.

    The victory was the second in a row for the Cougars heading into this Friday’s showdown with county rival Bullitt East in Mount Washington. Still, it was the second week in a row where the defense had to pull the decision out of the fire as the offense struggled with consistency.

  • Lebanon Jct. paddling upstream to bring in greater water revenue

    LEBANON JUNCTION ee" A water rate increase seems to be inevitable for Lebanon Junction residents.

    Just how much that increase might be is still a mystery, but city attorney Mark Edison informed council members in August that if rates weren’t increased quickly the city could risk losing its bonds which funded construction of the city’s existing sewer system.

    Edison told the council that the past several years the city failed to comply with its bond issue by failing prove it could fund repayment.

  • Newton treating first six games as a warm-up to prepare for a big finish

    HEBRON ESTATES - After one of the most successful runs in the program’s history, the North Bullitt Eagles are going to have to step back and rebuild under veteran head coach Brett Newton.

    The past three seasons have produced winning records and two consecutive trips to the Class 4-A regional finals, but the Eagles have suffered heavy graduation losses each of the past two seasons. It will just take some time to refill the coffers.

  • Swine Flu strikes Bullitt County

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - There’s hardly anywhere you can go without hearing about it. The H1N1 influenza ee" commonly referenced as the Swine Flu ee" has arrived in Bullitt County according to school officials and the county health department.

    But that’s no surprise to doctors and health educators in the area. The Center for Disease Control has predicted since the spring that more cases, hospitalizations and deaths associated with the H1N1 virus would be reported in the United States throughout the summer, fall and winter months.

  • Ray Cook Rolls in LOLMDS 9th Annual Bluegrass Classic

    BARDSTOWN - The racing superstars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series made Bluegrass Speedway in Bardstown, KY home on Saturday evening and Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC would lead all 60 laps and grab a $10,000 payday in route to winning the 9th Annual Bluegrass Classic in front of the cameras of SPEED TV. Other feature winners for the evening included Shane Lafollette of Hodgenville, KY in Street Stocks and Robbie Settles of Bardstown, KY in WBRT 1320-AM Sportsman.

  • Redistricting a hot issue at school board meeting

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It was a night of listening for members of the Bullitt County Public School Board on Tuesday.

    And they had plenty of comments to listen to as residents offered their opinions on why the proposed redistricting plan of well of 1,000 students should be altered.

    Final approval of the redistricting plan, originally scheduled for September, may not occur for several months as board members have over two hours of comments and an on-line survey to consider.

  • Salem Speedway Family Fun Night Sep. 12

    SALEM, Ind. – The quest for 2009 Salem Speedway track championships continues on Saturday, Sept. 12th, as the Lucas Oil Super Stocks and Dave & Deb’s Winner’s Circle Street Stocks return to the super-fast, half-mile oval for the First Harrison Bank Family Fun Night, presented by The Salem Leader.


    Championships are still up for grabs in both Salem divisions, as just 13 points separate the top three drivers in the Super Stock division and a 16 point differential exists between first and third place in the Street Stock standings.


  • MW councilman wants to look at rezoning entire stretch of Hwy. 44

    MOUNT WASHINGTON " If one Mount Washington city councilman gets his wishes, the majority of residential properties along Highway 44 within the corporate limits will soon be zoned B-1 Highway Commercial.

    Councilman Dennis Griffin is interested in rezoning all of the residential property to commercial within the Highway 44 corridor from city limit to city limit within 350 feet of the highway.

  • One game under belt helps Eagles to victory

    HEBRON ESTATES - One could see the relief on Dalton Hadley’s face Friday evening.

    After a rough night in his first varsity start and a tough week at school following the death of a former North Bullitt football and tract standout, Hadley finally had a reason to relax.

    With the junior signal caller feeling much more relaxed in his second varsity start, North Bullitt evened its mark at 1-1 on the year with a 21-7 victory over South Oldham.

    It didn’t hurt that sometimes bad things seem to follow teams that have lost their last 18 games.

  • MW City Council to discuss rezoning property along Highway 44

    MOUNT WASHINGTON -- The Mount Washington City Council will discuss at this evening's meeting a proposal to rezone residential properties along Highway 44 within the city limits to B-1 Highway Commercial.

    The proposal was introduced by Councilman Dennis Griffin, who claims the future of business growth in the city is along Highway 44.

    The proposal would affect all residential property owners within the Highway 44 corridor from city limit to city limit within 350 feet of the highway.