Today's News

  • Mobile mammograms to be done in county during 2009

    Screening mammograms are one of our best weapons against breast cancer. To help make this essential test convenient for the women in our community, we contract with James Graham Brown Cancer Center to provide the mobile mammogram unit here at the Bullitt County Health Department.

    It is estimated that one-third of all breast cancer deaths in America each year could be prevented by early detection. Breast cancer treated in its early stage can usually be treated successfully.

    Mammography dates for 2009 are the following:

  • Tips on how to survive winter driving conditions

    With the onset of winter and the possibility that motorists may have to drive in inclement weather, the Kentucky State Police are offering safe driving tips. 







    Calendar Committee Meeting at Central Office, 12-5 p.m.


    Directors Meeting at Central Office, 8:15 a.m.

    Bernheim Middle SBDM Meeting, 5 p.m.

    Bullitt Lick Middle SBDM Meeting, 4:30 p.m.

    Freedom Elementary Facility Meeting, 4 p.m.

    Overdale Elementary SBDM Meeting, 4:30 p.m.; PTA Meeting, 6 p.m.


  • Even Santa feels economic pinch

    NORTH POLE - Bullitt County could become one of many areas targeted by a Christmas budget crunch this season.

    Holiday host Santa Claus announced during a recent press conference that a slack economy could result in scaled-down gifts for good little boys and girls this season. Bullitt County was one of the included areas.

    “We’ll still have a wonderful year, just not as much on the material side of it,” said Claus, adding that Americans would “make due in splendid character.”

  • Bullitt County Challenge: BE wins but BC and NB struggle early in showcase

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Basketball fans had the opportunity Saturday to see all three local teams competing against foes from outside Bullitt County.

    The first annual Bullitt County Challenge was held for the girls on Saturday at Bullitt East. Unfortunately, the home teams came away with just a single victory.

    The three local teams hope to make this an annual event with each of the programs hosting the day of hoops during an upcoming season.

    No plans have been solidified for next season at this point.

    North Bullitt

  • Counterfeit money, drug case solved by police

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - What started as a drug investigation ended up Monday being a case of counterfeit money being spread throughout the community.

    Kevin Michael Sheehan, 27, of Crestwood, was arrested by the Bullitt County Drug Task Force, which initiated the investigation.

    Sheehan is now housed in the Bullitt County Detention Center on a $25,000 cash bond.

    He is charged with 28 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument, tampering with physical evidence, fleeing or evading police and conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance.

  • Lady Cougars stay hot against outmanned foes

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - After a busy holiday season with two tournaments and then playing in a showcase event and a tough regular season game against Seneca, the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars deserved a chance to come up for air.

    That came in the past two games as the maroon and gray got a chance to get reenergized for the second half of the regular season. On Friday, the Lady Cougars crushed an obviously outmanned Southern squad 80-40 and three nights later they wee back on the court and blew out Atherton 93-39.

    The two wins moved the Lady Cougars to 11-5 for the season.

  • Holy Cougars!! Central unveils fast, new attack

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - What a difference three days makes. Just ask the Bullitt Central Cougars.

    After playing one of the worst games in recent memory, a 67-28 defeat to 24th District rival Southern on Friday, the Cougars bounced back on Monday with a new look and a new attitude. Run and gun is now the mantra for the maroon and gray.

    Without any practice, the Cougars went back into action with basically no restraints on the offense. Head coach Joe Pat Lee said he wanted a shot at least every 12 seconds. He got it.

  • Fairdale once again a thorn in Bullitt East's side; Lady Chargers roll

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Chargers picked a bad week to play bad basketball.

    Heading into action last week, the Chargers were the only undefeated team in the 24th District. By the end of the week, the red and gold had two losses and were left looking for answers.

    The second loss of the week came on Friday in a familiar spot as the Chargers fell to new rival Fairdale 47-43. It was less than a year ago that Bullitt East lost the 24th District final to the Bulldogs on a mid-court shot in overtime on the same court.