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Today's News

  • Second half breakdowns cost East against J-town

      MOUNT WASHINGTON – You can never have a big enough lead at halftime.

    That was the story for the Bullitt East Chargers on Wednesday in the opening round of the Boys’ 24th District Tournament. The red and gold were up 38-29, but had left points on the court.

  • North, Central play well but can’t secure a victory

     HEBRON ESTATES – Seldom will you have two coaches who are so upbeat after suffering season-ending tournament losses.

    But that was the case on Wednesday as a pair of outmanned teams gave the victors all they wanted.

    In the semifinal opener of the 23rd District boys’ basketball tournament, Bullitt Central fell to the top-seeded Moore Mustangs 68-48.

    And, in the nightcap, North Bullitt fell to Southern 64-53.

  • UPDATE: Sixth Region draw works out fine

      UPDATE (Tuesday, Feb. 28): On Wednesday at Valley High School, one Bullitt County high school basketball team will remain alive in the post-season.

    Bullitt East will face North Bullitt in the second round of the 2017 Sixth Region Girls' Basketball Tournament following big first-round wins at home.

    The Lady Chargers won 93-27 over Doss, while the Lady Eagles earned an equally impressive 81-37 victory over Fairdale.

  • Lady Eagles have more than enough for Moore

      HEBRON ESTATES – For the sixth straight year, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles took home the 23rd District basketball championship.

    For Bellarmine University signee Lauren Deel, her fourth consecutive title is sweet.

    But, losing a number of seniors last spring, Deel admitted that she had just a little bit of concern about this season.

    Worry no more as North Bullitt goes into the first round of the Sixth Region tournament tonight sporting a 25-7 record.

  • Big fourth quarter lifts East past Mercy year

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Mercy Jaguars seem to bring out the best from Bullitt East in the fourth quarter.

    For the second time this season, the two Sixth Region powers slugged it out and for the second time the Lady Chargers rallied at the end to claim the win.

    On Thursday, it was a 75-69 victory in the championship game of the Girls’ 24th District Tournament. It was a second straight district title for the Lady Chargers after four straight titles for Mercy, beating Bullitt East each time.

  • UPDATE: Siren test moved to Friday

     UPDATE: (Feb. 27, 10:37 a.m.: Kentucky Emergency Management announced Monday that the Kentucky Statewide Tornado Drill scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 28, has been postponed due to pending weather.

  • Short Retirement: McCubbin quickly decides working better than life being retired

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- He loved going to Florida three times in the past eight months.

    He loved spending time with the grandchildren.

    And he loved being away from the 24/7 stress and strain of running a law enforcement agency.

    But, eight months after he resigned from the Bardstown Police Department as its chief, Rick McCubbin knew that he was too young to retire.

    “This is my passion. This is my life,” McCubbin said of his love for law enforcement. “It’s a calling.”

  • MW to put guidelines on building along Main

     MOUNT WASHINGTON— A rebuilding after a fire won’t stop the work the city is putting into fixing up the community.

    At least, that’s the example Mayor Barry Armstrong said.

    A new ordinance provides guidelines for future buildings along both sides of the Main Street corridor, beginning near Dooley Drive and going north on North Bardstown Road until the end of Snapp Street.

    The 21-page ordinance covers areas from outdoor lighting, landscaping and parking layouts to entrance designs and building façade.

  • Sheriff to retire effective Tuesday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- There could be a new sheriff in town as early as Wednesday morning.

    Shortly before 4 p.m. on Friday afternoon, Myrtle French, the office manager for the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office, delivered a letter to Bullitt County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts.

    It contained the letter rumored to be coming from Sheriff David Greenwell.

    “To whom it may concern: February 28, 2017, will be my last day as sheriff of Bullitt Co. I will be retired starting March 1, 2017. Thanks, Sheriff David Greenwell. P.S. Jesus Knows!”

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning February 26, 2017

     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.

     

    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.