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Today's News

  • Hallelujah!! BC and BE to meet in hoops this winter

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – If you are not already sitting down, you might want to be pull up a chair before you read any further.

    Here goes.

    After three years of constantly avoiding each other in basketball, Bullitt Central and Bullitt East have scheduled each other in both boys’ and girls’ games next season. Or at least they will complete that task soon.

  • BE’s Masden headed to Bellarmine track team hoops with IUS squad

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Three years ago, Bullitt East’s Lauren Masden would have predicted that she would be signing grant-in-aid papers to attend the college or her choice in the spring of 2017.

    Masden would have also told you that she would be signing to be a basketball player.

    As it turns out, Masden had the big picture right, but she missed on the sport. Instead, the Charger senior recently signed with Bellarmine University to join the track and field program as a distance runner.

  • BCHS Hall of Fame grows by 11

     The fifth annual Bullitt Central High School Hall of Fame ceremony featured the induction of 11 individuals.

    Gwyn Akers, MD is a 1981 graduate and serves as Medical Director of Youth Villages in Carrollton, GA.

    Jeni Brewer Carr is a 1991 graduate and the owner of JC3 Entertainment, Inc. She is a recognized member of the Country Music Association, has released two national albums, two national charting singles (Top 50 Country and Top 25 Inspirational) and is a BMI songwriter.

  • North Bullitt JROTC

     The North Bullitt JROTC attended the Cadet Leadership Challenge at Wendell Ford Training Center in Greenville.

    North Bullitt had 20 cadets attend the incredible training event.

    The cadets conducted a water survival course, a leader reaction course, rafting, rappelling, constructed a one-rope bridge, competed in intramural sports and each cadet took a physical fitness assessment.

    They also worked alongside seven other JROTC programs.

  • Bullitt teachers among those honored by annual Campbellsville Univ. event

     CAMPBELLSVILLE – Kentucky’s 2017 Elementary Teacher of the Year, Kellie Jones of Taylor County’s Intermediate School, urged the teachers to whom she spoke at Campbellsville University to “keep your passion for teaching” and “Students today need passionate and energetic influence in their learning and in their lives.”

  • Simpson Co. resident guilty of creating Molotov cocktails

     BOWLING GREEN – United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. today announced the guilty plea of a Simpson County, Kentucky resident, to charges of making and possessing illegal firearms, commonly known as Molotov cocktails, before United States District Judge Greg N. Stivers, on Friday, June 16, 2017, in United States District Court.

  • Unoffical results: Midwest 150 at Salem Speedway

     Unofficial Results: MIDWEST 150, Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, Salem, Indiana, June 17, 2017

    JEGS/CRA ALL-STARS TOUR

    Fast Qualifier: Jack Dossey III

    Midwest 100: 1. Jack Smith, 2. Jack Dossey III, 3. Austin Kunert, 4. Carson Hocevar, 5. Joe Cooksey, 6. Michael Clancy Jr., 7. Thomas Woodin, 8. Hope Hornish, 9. Jordan Miller, 10. Trevor McCoy, 11. Colin Nickolai, 12. Corey Deuser, 13. Harrison Hall, 14. Josh Brock, 15. Trey Craig (DNS).

  • Work continues on MW park, sports complex

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — The ground is broken and the project is moving along on the new Mount Washington Community Park.

    According to Parks Director Sheryl Paxton, current plans for the park to be finished in the fall of 2018 are still on schedule.

    The $5.65 million contract with Woodbine Construction was approved in March by the city council. Work on leveling the land has already started and Park View Avenue (the connecting road between Landis Lane and Wales Run Road that will also serve as the entrance to park) is open for drivers.

  • Breakfast meeting leads to contract

     CLERMONT — At 7:44 p.m. on Thursday, June 15, 2017, something happened that didn’t seem possible a year or two ago.

    But, it probably a discussion over breakfast that led to this unexpected outcome.

    Thanks to the discussions over the past few months, members of the Southeast Bullitt Fire Protection District signed what the Southeast Bullitt Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department board did earlier in the week.

  • Tax rate will go to maximum amount

     CLERMONT — Property owners in the Southeast Bullitt Fire Protection District have had the benefit of very low tax rates.

    However, the tax rate will increase to the maximum of 10 cents on $100 of assessed property.

    A $100,000 home will now cost $100 for property owners.

    With a large surplus of funds in the bank, members of the Southeast Bullitt Fire District Board lowered the rates.

    When tax bills are sent out by the sheriff’s office in September, the new rate will be included.