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Today's News

  • Back to School Bash in Leb. Jct.

     LEBANON JUNCTION — Four hundred local students were prepared for with new backpacks, supplies, and haircuts thanks to the generosity of local churches working together.

    According to Church of God of Prophecy pastor Tina Lourd, the Driven Church contacted the Lebanon Junction Ministerial Association about hosting the back-to-school bash.

    The Elizabethtown-based church has hosted it previously in their area but, once other churches started hosting similar events, they decided to branch out.

  • Pioneer Village closer to giving golf carts on-street privileges

      PIONEER VILLAGES - Golf cart owners in Pioneer Village are now worried about hitting 18 holes in the city’s roadway system.

    City attorney Mark Edison presented the first reading of a proposed ordinance to allow the use of golf carts on city streets.

    Edison presented a general copy of an ordinance to allow the city council members an opportunity to suggest changes or concerns.

    Council member Peggy Druin said important rules should include age restrictions of drivers, and rules against altering a cart to travel at higher speeds.

  • One injured after I-65 collision

     LOUISVILLE – Kentucky State Police Troopers worked a vehicle collision involving a Semi Tractor and Trailer and the Fern Valley Road bridge overpass.

    On August 21, 2017 at approximately 12:45 A.M. EDST, KSP Post 4 and Post 3 started receiving calls from several civilians pertaining to Social Media Posts concerning a female that was stating that she was in a Semi Tractor and Trailer Northbound on I-65 and that she was being kidnapped and held hostage.

  • BC girls ready to improve with better numbers

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Needless to say, the 2016 girls’ soccer season did not end the way that Bullitt Central head coach Stephanie Porter wanted.

    Battling injuries and low numbers most of the season, the team had to withdraw from the 23rd District Tournament when several more players would not have been able to play because they were going to be out of town as Fall Break fell on that week.

  • Chargers struggle mightily in opening setback

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Trailing 13-0 less than five minutes into the game, the Bullitt East Chargers never put up a fight on Friday, dropping a 53-0 decision at home to Class 6-A rival Butler.

    The loss was not as upsetting to second year Charger head coach Mark Sander as it was the fact that his team never responded after Butler struck for the two early touchdowns.

    After it was 33-0 at halftime, the Bears added a touchdown five minutes into the third quarter and there was a running clock for the rest of the game.

  • Youthful North comes up short on the road

     GEORGETOWN — Adam Billings told his team exactly what to expect when they hit the road to take on one of the top teams in the state of Kentucky.

    And the Scott County Cardinals definitely lived up to Billings’ expectations.

    The Class 6-A title contender scored on the opening kicking and never looked back in defeating North Bullitt by a 56-19 count.

    But, the Eagles did win the second half 19-7.

  • SELF-DEFENSE: Life-saving skills on display

     HILLVIEW — There’s no re-dos in real life. When faced in a dangerous situation, there is often only one opportunity to get free. That’s where knowing what moves to rely on comes in handy.

    To Louisville Metro Police Officer Allan Manganello, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu offers the best options.

    “As an officer, I wanted to know techniques that were sure-fire ways to help me and my partner,” he said.

    Having studied martial arts growing up, Manganello began studying Gracie Jiu-Jitsu 25 years ago.

  • Request made to extend time to sell alcohol in county seat

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- For a small business owner, losing a potential revenue stream of $31,000 is a tough pill to swallow.

    But that is what Tom Chamberlain, owner of Lights Out Bar and Grill, estimates he has lost due to the current selling hours for alcohol.

    The current alcohol sales stop at midnight on Friday and Saturday and start at 2 p.m. on Sundays.

  • Voice of Baseball: Former Bullitt County man preserves sport’s history

     MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The golden tones of Major League Baseball have played an intregal role in the sport’s rich history.

    Most fans know the names that lend their voice to the unique branch of Americana: Vin Scully, Marty Brenneman, Mel Allen… and Curt Hart.

    Maybe you haven’t heard of Curt Hart, or at least not in a baseball sense, but the former Bullitt County resident currently plays an integral part in maintaining baseball’s rich history.

  • AAA offers traffic safety tips for the “Great American Eclipse”

     Interest in the biggest coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the U.S. has been growing leading up to the big event on Monday, August 21st!

    Fourteen states -- from Oregon to South Carolina -- lie in the “totality zone”, a 70-mile-wide, 3,000-mile-long arc where the moon will appear to completely blot the sun.  With all the buzz surrounding this celestial event, AAA East Central cautions those seeking an ideal location to view the eclipse to be mindful of traffic congestion and distracted driving.