Today's News

  • Audit uncovers depth of spending

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - City leaders learned what they probably already knew - spending more than you generate can lead to serious problems.

  • Cornett Racing Engines to Sponsor 11th Annual Bluegrass Classic at Bluegrass Speedway

     BARDSTOWN - Bluegrass Speedway track promoters David and Anita Ferrell are pleased to announce that Cornett “Thunder and Lightning” Racing Engines of Somerset, KY will be the sponsor of the track’s 11th Annual Bluegrass Classic.  The event will take place on Saturday August 27 and will be sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

  • Bullitt roadway closures scheduled this week

     The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 5 office announced road closings scheduled for the week of Apr. 3.

    There will be intermittent closures on both directions of Interstate 65 Sunday morning.

    Utility work is taking place at mile 120.5, just south of the Brooks Road exit.

    The roadway could be shut down for as long as 15 minutes at a time. The bulk of the work is scheduled between 7 and 8 a.m.

    Highway 434 in Lebanon Junction will be temporarily closed on Wednesday, Apr. 6. for cross drain repairs.

  • Grand jury issues indictments in drug-related cases

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - While the county ponders the future of the drug task force, the recent session of the Bullitt Grand Jury proves that there is problem with illegal substances.

  • Foolishness could lead to local secession movement

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The controversial Bullitt County smoking ban may lead to a burning down of the entire community.

    Under severe pressure from local voters, businesses and churches, Bullitt Fiscal Court members finally came up with a solution to their lingering issues: Secession.

    In an unprecedented turn of events, Fiscal Court declared, without an official vote, that Bullitt County would secede from both the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the United States of America.


     A list of holidays, events and special designations scheduled for the month of April 2011.


    APRIL 2011



    African-American Women's Fitness

    Alcohol Awareness

    Autism Awareness

    Cancer Control

    Car Care

    Card and Letter Writing

    Celebrate Diversity

    Cesarean Awareness

    Child Abuse Prevention

    Community Spirit Days

  • Tough foes make for tough BC week

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central softball coach Buddy Gallemore wanted to face tough competition this season and his team did just that over the first week of the 2011 season.

  • Lady Chargers need a few games to start

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Because the team’s two scrimmages were canceled the previous week, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers opened the season last week with a lot of question marks.

  • NB girls still seek game experience

     HEBRON ESTATES - A North Bullitt team with no seniors and only a handful of returning varsity players got off to a rough start to the 2011 softball season last week, giving up 29 runs before finally settling down.

  • Mystery Shopping Scam Uses BBB Name

     Scam artists are using the Better Business Bureau’s good name in a Mystery Shopping Scam.

    BBB Evaluation Inc promises to pay $50 to $100 an hour. The email states “your urgent response needed ASAP.” An excerpt from the email, which has several grammatical and spelling mistakes, is below:


    From: BBB Evaluation Inc. <jobs@nankankaki.co.jp>
    Subject: Re: Your Urgent Response Needed ASAP®