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Today's News

  • Survey gives positive marks to school district

    Bullitt County Public Schools provide a positive environment for teaching and learning according to results of the 2015 Teaching, Empowering, Leading and Learning (TELL) Kentucky Survey.

  • Over 4M square ft. planned in warehouse facilities

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--If approved, Bullitt County will see around four million square feet of light industrial developments on two pieces of property.

    Two requests for a rezoning from agricultural to light industrial sent some sparks flying at the last meeting of the Bullitt County Joint Planning Commission.

    The dispute centered not so much on the application but on a conflict between some of the parties.

    Attorney Eric Farris, representing both applicants, requested presenting evidence for the map amendments together since the properties were adjoining.

  • Rutledge to retire as master distiller at Four Roses facilities

    LAWRENCEBURG -– Four Roses Distillery’s CEO and President, Satoko Yoshida, announced today the retirement of long-time Master Distiller Jim Rutledge – effective September 1, 2015.

  • Felons sentenced for string of armed robberies

      LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Two Louisville felons were sentenced today in U.S. District Court by Chief Judge Joseph H. McKinley, to serve prison terms for their roles in a string of armed robberies announced Acting United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Living the Dream

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--Tyler Kahl recently celebrated a pretty important milestone when he graduated from Bullitt East High School.

    But he also got to fulfill a lifelong dream.

    On a recent Monday morning, Southeast Bullitt Fire Chief Eric Butler and his crew got to fulfill one of Tyler's biggest dreams-- to ride in a fire truck.

    Wearing his yellow fireman's hat, Kahl was in the front seat and got to sound the siren on several occasions during his 20-minute ride.

    Upon returning, Kahl was given the opportunity to fight a fire or two.

  • J.D. provides a BLAST

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--National recording star J.D. Shelburne was the featured attraction Thursday night at the Shepherdsville City Fair and Bullitt Blast. The native of Taylorsville sang on the opening night of the three-day event. He performed his newest single about the demise of his hometown.

  • Bullitt tops state in job growth

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt Countians probably already know it.
        Now, there are statistics to back up their belief.
        According to a study released recently by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Bullitt County has had the highest percentage of job growth in the Commonwealth since June 2009.
        Of the state's 120 counties, figures show that Bullitt grew by a rate of 40 percent in the number of net jobs from June 2009 through December 2014.

  • BC's Robinson to play softball at Union

    SHEPHERDSVILLE-- Nobody ever said that the recruiting process for high school athletes heading to college had to be difficult.
        It just turns out that way sometimes.
        That certainly wasn't the case for Bullitt Central senior softball player McKayla Robinson. The senior made a trip to Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky in November for a try-out and since that time she knew exactly where she wanted to attend college.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning July 6, 2015

    Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

  • North, Central students to attend Purdue academy

    Several high school students will get a unique look inside the world of business and economics during the annual IUS Purdue Research Park Entrepreneurship Academy.

                Bullitt Central High School sophomores Isaac Mitchell and Karie Skelton could collaborate with North Bullitt High School youth Mallory Miles, Matthew Cummings, Rebecca Vogt, Kaitlyn Sohl, Amanda Pennington, Rhyne Newton, Chanse McKenzie and Victoria Ernspiker as well as numerous other high school students in Kentucky and southern Indiana.