Today's News

  • Turkeys strut around county in protest to current affairs

     Like millions of other American homes, Bullitt Countians face uncertain times with continued trepidation, especially during the upcoming holiday season.

  • Safety needed when cooking those holiday meals

     FRANKFORT - With Thanksgiving right around the corner - and food generally a large part of the festivities – the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) wants to remind the public to keep safe health practices in mind.

  • BBB Tips on the Top Holiday Scams

     Scammers are busy this time of the year! Whether it’s on the internet, at the stores, or even at your front door…they are ready to take your hard-earned cash! Here are some tips from the BBB on scams to look out for.

  • 2011 Class of North Bullitt High Athletic Hall of Fame

     Five inductees were welcomed as the 2011 North Bullitt Athletic Hall of Fame class.

  • Three vehicle accident on 44

                MOUNT WASHINGTON – A rear end collision turned into a three-vehicle accident Monday afternoon.

                Around 4 p.m. Bullitt County Sheriff’s deputies, Mount Washington Fire units and Bullitt County EMS responded to the scene in the area of Highway 44 and Greenbriar Road.

    It was there that a blue Dodge Charger, a gray Pontiac and a white service van sat battered following the collision.

  • Hebron Estates threatens lawsuit

    HEBRON ESTATES - If an outside storage unit is not removed by a local business, the Hebron Estates City Commission has authorized taking the matter to court.
        Mayor Jerry Clark said Notebook Learning had been notified that the PODS unit in the parking lot must be removed.
        There was discussion about allowing compromise where a privacy fence could cover the storage unit.
        Commissioner James Tucker said if one exemption was allowed, others would follow.

  • Retirement reception set for Mary Lou Florence after 27 years of service to Bullitt/Spencer/Jefferson FSA

    Mary Lou Florence, Program Technician with the Bullitt/Spencer/
    Jefferson County Farm Service Agency, will be retiring with 27 years
    of service to the agency on Nov. 30, 2011.
    The Mount Washington Farm Service Agency wishes to extend an
    invitation to the public for a retirement reception in the honor of
    her retirement.
    The reception will be Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
    in the Mount Washington FSA office.
    Mary Lou started her career with the agency in August 1984 at the

  • Sanitation district will seek hike in user fee

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Sewer customers who are part of the Bullitt County  
    Sanitation District could see a rate increase in the coming months.
        The Bullitt County Sanitation District board will meet on Tuesday  
    and is expected to approve a resolution asking for an average 3  
    percent service fee increase over each of the next three years.
        Bullitt Fiscal Court, which set up the sanitation district in 1997,  
    would then consider the proposal.

  • Cedar Grove students 'crazy' about helping military kids

    CEDAR GROVE - In honor of the Veterans Day holiday, Cedar Grove Elementary students let their hair down.

    Or up. Or out. Or all around. In all shapes and colors.

    Students were allowed to participate in Crazy Hair Day with a $1 donation toward the Our Military Kids fund, sponsored by the Military Kids Foundation.

  • Get ready for the great unknown this hoops season

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The old saying is that 'you can't tell the players without a program.'
        For this basketball season, you can't tell the districts...and region...without a map.
        For the first time ever, in sports not conducted by 'classes', the Bullitt County high schools will not all be playing in the same groupings. At this point that means separate districts.