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Today's News

  • Eagles rally from early 5-0 hole to beat Central 7-6

       HEBRON ESTATES -- A 5-1 deficit after the first inning showed that North Bullitt had a little bit of a hangover from facing Bullitt East three days earlier, but the Eagles kept their composure, rallied, and beat 23rd District rival Bullitt Central 7-6 on Tuesday of last week.

    North Bullitt scored four times in the top of the third inning and then went ahead with another run in the fourth. Bullitt Central kept it close, tying the game at 6-6 in the sixth.

  • Chargers have tough week

      MOUNT WASHINGTON – The Bullitt East Chargers wrapped up the number seed for the upcoming 24th District Baseball Tournament early last week, but in two games at home as part of the Louisville Invitational Tournament, there were a pair of frustrating losses.

  • Smoking in car with minor illegal?

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- As a former smoker, Tammy Ott never realized the harm she was putting her children in when they were traveling in a vehicle.

    As a child enrichment center owner, Ott now fully understands the dangers of smoking in a vehicle when there are youngsters inside.

    Ott fully supports the efforts of those wanting the passage of an ordinance to regulate smoking inside a vehicle when there are infants inside.

    But, on the other hand, Ott also understands there will be many who oppose such legislation.

  • Lines are long to get shot at having some fun at new skate park in honor of Prescott in MW

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — The day was a long one coming, but the skate park honoring Prescott Lee Goodman is finally open.

    Family, friends, coworkers, council members and community members filled the Mount Washington City Park last Tuesday for the chance to witness the official opening of the facility.

  • County has over $1 billion in roadwork in plans for next 6 years

      SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt County motorists will experience over $1.1 billion worth of road projects over the next two years.

    This is according to the 2016-18 biennial highway construction plan completed as part of the annual budget.

    In addition, there could be another $12 million in road projects for the 2018-2022 highway construction plan.

    The newest addition to the two-year road plan may be the lowest in cost but the current situation has already cost a life.

  • Skate park is more than that

      Growing up in Mount Washington, it was easy to wish we had more.

    More places to eat than the Dairy Queen. More stores to shop at than Houchens. More places to go than the swings at the city park.

    After I left for college, it seemed like everything came to town at once.

    All of a sudden, there was a movie theater within a bike ride of my house.

    Frozen yogurt shops offered a fun place to hang out with friends and the boutiques were at every corner.

  • Down early, Lady Cougars rally past North 13-5

     HEBRON ESTATES – Two months ago, Bullitt Central softball coach Mike Phillips was frustrated this his team was letting mistakes snowball into more and more mistakes before the team was in such a hole that they mentally gave up.

    Now, the Lady Cougars have started to show a little maturity, as they are able to put miscues in the rearview mirror and play the game in the present.

  • Again it is 1-0 as Bullitt East slips past Mercy

     LOUISVILLE – Bullitt East vs. Mercy ranks as one of the top softball rivalries in the area, if not the closest.

    In the four seasons since the two programs were thrust into the 24th District, the two state powers have met seven times and seven times the games have been decided by a single run. Four times the final score has been 1-0.

    On Thursday, the two top-15 teams in the state clashed at Mercy and again it was fought tooth and nail before Bullitt East pulled out a 1-0 decision.

  • NB’s Vincent signs with Indiana Tech

     LOUISVILLE – Having friends in all the right places paid big dividends for North Bullitt senior Chayse Vincent as she found a volleyball home for the next four years at Indiana Tech, a college in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

    Recently, in a ceremony at the Mid-American Sports Academy in Jeffersontown, Vincent made it all official, signing the papers to play for the NAIA program.

  • Tredway heads to Spalding volleyball

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Rolling Hills Baptist volleyball program has won a lot of matches over the past four seasons and the talent level drew the attention of some area colleges.

    The Tornados, a school with only 32 students in the top 13 grades in northern Bullitt County, had never had an athlete sign with a college until recently when senior Emily Tredway signed to play at Spalding University in Louisville.