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Today's News

  • Bernheim students CAN do it

      CLERMONT - When it comes to reading, Bernheim Middle School students can…and box, and bag, too.

    BMS students collected over 1,300 food items for the Dare to Care program as part of a school-wide event in conjunction with the annual Book Fair.

    Library/Media Specialist Karla Elliott decided on this year's Book Fair theme, Reading Oasis, as a way to get students involved in challenging students to care about helping others.

  • Lindey Young scores 16 in NAIA national final

    SHEPHERDSVILLE-- Former Bullitt East standout Lindey Young scored 16 points on Tuesday in the Women's NAIA National Championship Game in Independence, Missouri, but it wasn't enough as her Campbellsville Lady Tigers fell to Oklahoma City 80-63.
        The appearance in the championship game was a first for the Lady Tigers.

  • Tournament Champions

    The Bullitt County ELC, a seventh grade AAU Basketball team compromised of seventh-grade girls from Eastside and Mount Washington Middle schools recently won the Hoosier Hardwood Classic held in Indianapolis the weekend of March 14-15. Members of the program include (front row l. to r.) Kennedy Griffin, Sarah Ezell, Ryley Ortega, Emily Ezell, Chloe Holt, (back row) coach Kevin Ezell, coach Ed Scott, Meredith Bass, Madison Thorton, Hailey Stivers, Caroline Scott, Catie Bacon and coach Pat Bass. (Photo Submitted).

  • North Bullitt hosts Kentucky Push/Pull Meet

    Hebron Estates--For the fourth straight year, North Bullitt hosted the Kentucky Push/Pull Weightlifting Championships in the school's gym on March 14.

    In the varsity competition, North Bullitt finished second to St. Xavier. The winning Tigers had 56 points while North Bullitt finished with 45 points. Bullitt Central was third with 13 points.

    In the combined division, Harrison County won. St. Xavier also won the junior-varsity division, edging North Bullitt. In the girls' division, Fort Knox took first place with North second.

  • NB tennis sweeps county

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- While a bit cool, tennis players were able to get onto the court last week.
        The action featured a couple of intracounty matches as each team prepares for play against new regional competitors in early May.
        
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        The Bullitt Central boys' won two of the three courts played against North Bullitt last Monday.

  • Forgey selected as first from BCHS to attend Gatton

    Bullitt Central High School sophomore Caity Forgey is one of 60 students selected to attend the prestigious Carol Martin Gatton Math and Science Academy at Western Kentucky University.

                “Surprised, then excited, and it’s all still sinking in,” Caity said. She is the first Bullitt Central student accepted into the academy and it quite proud of that accomplishment.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning March 30, 2015

    Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

     

  • Agency helps find jobs

    LOUISVILLE--Community Services Project recently joined the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce. The nonprofit helps people with severe disabilities find jobs.

    “Our mission is to provide competitive fulfilling employment opportunities for persons with disabilities including veterans, youth in transition and the homeless,” said CEO executive director Mary O'Bryan.

  • Detective, prosecutor have theories on murder, abuse

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- While the defendant Stanley Lewis Dishon gave no insight into his reasons in committing heinous crimes against family members dating back to 1982, those associated with the case were able to lay out some of their theories.
        And prosecutor Michael Ferguson is concerned that some would not come forward when allegations do occur.
        Under an Alford plea, Dishon admitted killing his niece, Jessica Dishon, in September 1999.

  • Stanley Lewis Dishon sentenced to 20 years

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The parents of the murdered teenager were there for answers.
        Three of the victims of sexual abuse dating back to 1982 were also there on Thursday seeking answers.
        But at the end of the final sentencing hearing for Stanley Lewis Dishon, there were no answers on why the 56-year-old man could have committed such crimes.
        Special Circuit Judge Charles Simms III accepted the Alford pleas entered in January involving multiple allegations against Dishon.