Today's News

  • North Bullitt at home for first time since 2011

     HEBRON ESTATES – For the first time since 2011, the North Bullitt Eagles will be at home for a post-season game on Friday as they host the Doss Dragons in the first round of the Class 5-A, Region 2 play-offs.

    North Bullitt has completed one of the biggest turnarounds in the state this season, finishing the regular season with an 8-2 record after finishing 1-10 a year ago. That finish was good enough for the number two seed in District 4 behind South Oldham.

  • Cougars are facing speedy Fern Creek

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After battling to reach the play-offs, the Bullitt Central Cougars didn’t earn any favors as they will travel to Fern Creek on Friday to take on the 9-1 Tigers in the first round of the Class 5-A, Region 2 play-offs.

  • Chargers earn another meeting with Fairdale

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – For a lot of teams entering the post-season with just three wins during the regular season, the opening match is normally a formality with the end of the season near.

    Not for the Bullitt East Chargers. The red and gold should be very competitive on Friday when they travel to Fairdale to take on a Bulldog team that has posted a 6-4 record to finish second in Class 5-A, District 3. Bullitt East is the number three team from District 4.

  • Two arrested on parole violations after standoff

      SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Two men were arrested early Friday morning after a four-hour standoff involving several police agencies.

    Scottie R. Perkins, 41, of Shepherdsville, and Johnny Scott, 66, of West Point, were both arrested and charged with parole violations.

    According to Ken Bernardi, a spokesman for the Shepherdsville Police Department, officers from that agency arrived at the Honeysuckle Mobile Home Park, which is located off Highway 44 West.

    The officers were looking to talk with an individual to be questioned about a robbery.

  • Answers to common questions about Kentucky’s modern gun deer season

     FRANKFORT – The Information Center at the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources fields approximately 100,000 phone calls annually, and the call volume peaks from late October into early November as hunters inquire about rules and regulations for the statewide modern gun deer season. This year, it opens Nov. 14.

    An informal poll of Information Center staff members this week identified common questions about the season. Some of those questions - and answers to them - appear below.

  • Former campaign vendor owner sentenced for mail fraud

     LOUISVILLE – The former vendor for multiple local, state, and federal campaigns, PACs, and non-profit organizations throughout the United States, including the McConnell Senate Committee was sentenced in U.S. District Court today, by District Judge Greg Stivers, to 24 months in prison, fined $75,000 and ordered to pay $1,124,047 in restitution, for stealing more than $1.1 million in contributions and donations intended for committees and organizations announced U.S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Signups being taken now for Shepherdsville Holiday Parade

     The city of Shepherdsville will host its annual Light Up Shepherdsville holiday celebration on Friday, Dec. 4.

    The event will begin with the Christmas Parade, starting at 7 p.m. at the First Street Park.

    The parade will go down Buckman Street to Adam Shepherd Parkway to Conestoga Parkway with the final destination at the Shepherdsville Government Center.

    The inside of the government center will be decorated in full Christmas pageantry.

    There will be carriage rides, refreshments and a visit with Santa Claus.

  • Fighting Cancer

     Employees at Peoples Bank Mount Washington weren’t mixed up on their attire by accident recently.

    The employees at the main office and at the branch took part in a fund-raiser for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

    The mismatched day may have caught customers off guard but it provided a great, fun way to raise money in the battle to fight cancer.

    Gail Williams was the winner and she was presented a gift card by Teresa Flynn, an employee who is also a cancer survivor.

  • BE grad Lucas part of band launching its newest album

     LOUISVILLE - The folk-rock band Bridge 19 releases its new album, Riding on a Wire, and celebrates with a Louisville release party on Nov. 7.

    A finalist for a 2015 Louisville Music Award for Folk Artist of the Year (winner announced on Nov. 5), Bridge 19 is Audrey Cecil (guitars, vocals), Amanda Lucas (guitars, vocals, percussion), who are founding members and songwriters. 

  • Belcher to chair state committee

     FRANKFORT - State Rep. Linda Belcher of Shepherdsville has selected to serve as chair of the Kentucky General Assembly’s Capital Projects and Bond Oversight Committee charged with overseeing the expenditure of funds budgeted for capital projects throughout the Commonwealth