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Today's News

  • Lady Chargers pull away after halftime to beat NB

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – In the only regular season meeting this fall between two of the top programs in the Sixth Region, Bullitt East kept its slight edge over North Bullitt in girls’ soccer with a 4-0 victory on Monday.

    While this was the only regular season meeting, it may not be the only meeting this season. In each of the past two seasons, the two rivals have ended up meeting in the Sixth Region semi-finals after North Bullitt won the 23rd District title and Bullitt East was the 24th District runner-up.

  • Forum..Chamber to host candidates' night

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- County and state candidates will be invited to talk a little about their plans, if elected, for the future.

  • Shepherdsfest Family Fun Festival on September 13

    CLERMONT -- A crowd favorite will have even more to offer families this year. 

    The Shepherdsfest Family Fun Festival will be on Saturday, Sept. 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bullitt County Fairgrounds.

    In its sixth year, the event is sponsored by a group of local churches.

    Formerly known as Shepherdsfest with a focus on Christian music and art, event coordinator Sherry Hurt said they decided to focus more on families this year.

  • Make a difference in a child's life

    LOUISVILLE—The challenge is simple. Lift up one family—from every Kentucky Baptist church—to foster a child. Doing so would mean placing one third of the state’s 7,000 foster children in a loving, Christ-centered home if embraced by all 2,400 Kentucky Baptist Convention churches.

  • Archery deer, wild turkey seasons on deck

    FRANKFORT– The days are growing shorter and cooler temperatures are starting to show up in extended forecasts.

    The transition to fall is underway.

    For Kentucky hunters, it started weeks ago with the opening of early fall squirrel season. Labor Day ushered in the start of dove season, and the onrush of hunting opportunities continues this weekend.

    Archery deer and wild turkey seasons open statewide on Sat., Sept. 6 and run through Jan. 19, 2015.

  • North leads, falters, then rallies for win

    HEBRON ESTATES -- Veteran coach Brett Newton said that the most improvement a team makes is between the first and second games of the season.

  • Defense stifles Wildcats in Charger's victory

    MOUNT WASHINGTON – It took a little time for Bullitt East to get rolling on Friday against visiting Waggener on offense, but the defense never wavered, allowing the Chargers to secure a 42-0 win.

         This wasn’t expected to be a tough outing for the Chargers and for the most part they took care of business. A handful of turnovers in the first half kept the Wildcats within 14-0 at halftime, but the red and gold scored the first time they had the ball in the second half and then kept up the strong play for the quick win.

  • Shepherdsville looks to be proactive in sewer updates

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Rob Campbell said Shepherdsville could be "proactive" in updating its city sewer system.

    The representative from QK4 discussed two potential sewer system upgrade plans with the Shepherdsville CIty Council.

    The two projects included sewer improvements along Highway 44 West and the elimination of a pump station along W. Blue Lick Rd.

  • BBB Hot Topics: September 2014

     See the latest scams and bad business in BBB’s September 2014 Hot Topics!

     

    1.    If you receive a call from a “Sergeant Carlson” who says he is with the Jefferson County Motor Division, hang up! The “Sergeant,” who is calling local residents, claims a traffic camera on a local highway caught them speeding. The “speeder” is asked to pay the ticket with a prepaid money card. This is a SCAM!

  • Shepherdsville looks at software to make work easier, organized

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Shepherdsville City Council agreed to purchase a new software program that would help the public works and sewer departments organize their efforts.

    Now the city may add a new employment position to oversee the start of the system.

    City attorney Joe Wantland presented the first reading of an ordinance to create a computer systems specialist position for the city's public utilities.