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Today's News

  • Louisville dentist charged with illegal distribution of controlled substances

      LOUISVILLE– A Jefferson County, Kentucky, dentist was charged by federal Information today with the illegal distribution of controlled substances announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Tennis season nears regional competition

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The matches are winding down for local tennis teams as regional competition is just around the corner.

    Bullitt East will participate in the Sixth Region boys’ team competition. The other two schools opted to not participate.

    In the girls’ competition, both North Bullitt and Bullitt Central will participate.

    All six schools will participate in the individual competition, which starts on May 9.

     

    Boys’ tennis

  • NB’s Cannon, BE’s Poppell having big track seasons

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Again this spring it appears that when it comes to track and field, that the girls’ programs in the county are doing a little better than the boys’ teams.

    Now, with spring break in the rearview mirror, the track and field teams are starting to get in position for the post-season. With all three programs in Class 3-A, Region Three, they will all compete on the same day at the regional level. That big meet will be held on May 21 at St. Xavier starting at 9 a.m.

  • Sanders follows his dream to wrestle at the next level

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Two years ago, Bullitt Central’s Sean Sanders would have bet his last dollar that his college athletic future lied with football.

    Sanders is 6-4, 280 pounds and one of the best football centers in the area. Football would have been a fine option.

  • East’s Vaughn second at state archery; BE 9th, Central 14th

     LEXINGTON – Bullitt East senior Morgan Vaughn finished second on Thursday at the Kentucky State High School Archery Tournament at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington.

  • Vacation Tips

     Spring break is behind us.

    That means it time to start thinking about summer day trips!

    We are fortunate to have many quality attractions within just a short drive from us.

    There are four that I recommend if you’re on a budget or have time constraints. 

    The Indianapolis Zoo is home to more than 320 species and 3,800 animals. I am impressed by their marine mammals – polar bear, walrus, seals, and sea lions.

  • Public invited to be part of world tree hugging record

     CLERMONT --- To mark Earth Day, Bernheim officials hope to  break the world tree hugging record on June 4, 2016. 

    Dubbed the Bernheim Big Tree Hug Challenge, the Guinness World Record attempt will require at least 1,201 tree huggers to break the record of the most people hugging trees at the same time at the same location.

    Bernheim wants to attract upwards of 3,000 people to not only break the record, but to hold that title for years to come. South Korea holds the current world record.

  • Unofficial results: Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 200 at Salem Speedway

     UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 at Salem Speedway, Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, Salem, Indiana - April 24, 2016

     

    ARCA Racing Series

    Fast Qualifier: Chase Briscoe, 17.235

  • Two pools spruced up; other still in doubt

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The waters were calm and there were no signs of storms Tuesday as county officials moved forward in their quest to get at least two of the public pools open for business in May.

  • Schultz to be new leader of Oldham schools

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt County’s loss will be Oldham County’s gain.

    Greg Schultz, who has spent the past nine years as assistant superintendent for student learning in Bullitt County, will become the leader of Oldham County Public Schools on July 1.

    For Schultz, it is an opportunity to return to his educational home.

    One of the first things he hopes to do is return to his first teaching classroom at Oldham County High School and just look around the scenery.