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Today's News

  • East bests Central again

    LOUISVILLE – Eleven days didn’t make much difference for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers when they squared off with Louisville Central in the first round of the Republic Bank/Coca-Cola Girls’ Louisville Invitational Tournament last week.

         That was the amount of time since Bullitt East had traveled into Louisville and beat the Lady Yellowjackets 66-59. The pairings for the Girls’ LIT had them matched up again and this time the Lady Chargers put the defensive clamps on the athletic Central team, winning 57-43.

  • Bernheim Forest is busy with activities throughout February

    CLERMONT– From individuals to families, and pollywogs to seniors, there is something for everyone at Bernheim this February. In addition to regularly scheduled activities and programs, Bernheim is kicking off its newest Family Backyard Beekeeping Series as well as offering a romantic Valentine Dinner for couples celebrating the holiday.

    Details on these two offerings and all of the month’s great programs and activities are below:

  • Zoneton learns Power of Girls

    ZONETON - The girls at Zoneton Middle School celebrated who they are at a girls' only assembly to commemorate International Girls' Day.

    The special day designation was created by the Confidence Coalition, established by the Kappa Delta sorority in 2009 to encourage young women to stand up against peer pressure and stereotypes.

    Zoneton social studies teacher Nicole Henry and instructional coach Ondrea Smallwood hosted the event. The two instruct a Girl Power class at the school.

  • Protection provided despite lack of formal contract

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- For three hours, some of which turned out to be a bit combative, attorneys from two fire factions were at odds.

  • Hatfield retires after 27 years

     CLERMONT -- With 27 years of service to the community, Julius Hatfield has retired from the Southeast Bullitt Fire Department.

  • City begins appeal on flood maps

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Playing "the game" with the federal government is never easy.

    There are rules to follow, and even then those rules could change in a moment's notice.

    The Shepherdsville City Council decided to play when they began a process to challenge Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) plans to change flood plain regulations, preparing an official appeal.

    Meanwhile, the official deadline for the appeals process was moved forward, much closer to the time it will take for a response to the Shepherdsville appeal.

  • Kentucky Transportation Crews Ready for Super Rain or Super Snow

     LOUISVILLE - While many people are making plans for Super Bowl Sunday, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) maintenance personnel are planning for super rain or super snow.

    District 5 engineers are monitoring forecasts from the National Weather Service and local meteorologists to determine when rain will move into the Louisville area and if it will change to snow.  They will use this information to determine when road crews should report for duty.

  • BULLITT COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALENDAR: FEBRUARY 2015

     Bullitt County Public Schools' Calendar of Events for February 2015. For more information call 869-8000 or visit www.bullittschools.org.

    HOLIDAYS

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    GROUNDHOG DAY – Monday – NO SCHOOL

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  • Hunters post Kentucky’s second-highest deer harvest on record

     After two seasons of record harvests, Kentucky’s deer hunters kept the pace up this past season.

    The 2014-15 season closed on Jan. 19 with 138,892 deer checked; the second highest total on record and third consecutive season with a harvest exceeding 130,000 deer.

  • Social media helps track down who stole charity collection jars

     Unfortunately, the new year started out with an uncharitable act in Mount Washington.

    The Mount Washington Police Department was recently called to investigate a theft inside the Circle K. The stolen item was a collection jar for March of Dimes.

    Officials reviewed the video but we were not able to identify the suspects so they took to social media for help.

    “Within 41 minutes we had the suspects identified,” said Sgt. Tim Morris.