Today's News

  • Kindergarten Kickoff

     The Class of 2025 experienced their first official gathering at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre during the Kindergarten Kickoff hosted by the Bullitt County Family Resource Centers.


     SHEPHERDSVILLE - After the rain and thunderstorms that swept through Bullitt County yesterday, according to State Forestry officials and local fire officials, the risk of uncontrolled fires from open burning has been tremendously reduced.

    Based on their recommendations, County Judge Executive Melanie Roberts has rescinded the Executive Order banning opening burning throughout Bullitt County, effective immediately.

    However, the EPA Burning ban remains in effect, which means any open burning is limited to campfires and cooking fires.

  • Foundation set up to establish skate/bike park in Goodman's honor

     Could a skate/bike park be in Mount Washington’s future?

  • Health department services shift due to budget

     Recent changes in state budget allocations to local health departments is creating the need for changes in policies. 

  • Class of ‘12 earned over $9M in scholarships

     Colleges from Kentucky and across the country are willing to invest major bucks in the Class of 2012 from Bullitt County Public Schools.

  • Lakes’ students host annual recital

     On Sunday, July 15, Mrs. Shirley Lakes presented her 31st annual piano recital at the First Baptist Church in Shepherdsville. A variety of music was performed: classical, religious, contemporary religious, popular, Broadway, country, movie themes, swing, and ragtime. 

  • Cheer-Bling earns credits for technology devices

     Students/members/cheerleaders of Cheer-Bling’ Sports Ministry have been earning free Technology/Recreational Equipment or Cash by participating in the FundingFactory Recycling Program. They collect empty cartridges, cell phones, small electronics, and laptops from the community and send the waste products to FundingFactory in exchange for their choice of technology and recreation products, or even cash.

  • Students spend part of summer at IFAL campsite

     LOUISVILLE - Summer vacation may be only beginning for most students, but that doesn’t mean Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) emphasis on education is slowing down. Eighty-four high school juniors from 54 counties across the state have accepted invitations to attend KFB’s 27th annual Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders (IFAL).

  • Child drowns in residential pool

     ZONETON - A two-year-old child drowned after being retrieved from a swimming pool Wednesday night.

    The child, a resident of the Camp Taylor neighborhood in Louisville, was attending a pool party at the 2500 block of Zoneton Road.

    Bullitt County Sheriffs, Zoneton Fire and Bullitt County EMS units responded to the residence around 8:30 p.m., said Bullitt County Sheriffs Det. Scotty McGaha.

    According to McGaha, children had been swimming but were back inside the residence. At some point they noticed the child was not among them.

  • Goodman remembered for his love of baseball

     OKOLONA - Prescott Goodman may be gone but he is certainly not forgotten.