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Today's News

  • Interstate 65 lane closure in Bullitt County scheduled for November 4

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Nov. 2, 2016) –The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 Office advises motorists of a lane closure this Friday, Nov. 4 on Interstate 65 in Bullitt County. KYTC maintenance crews will be performing concrete pavement replacement. The right lane of I-65 South will be closed between mile points 121 and 122. The exit to Brooks (Exit 121) will remain open.

     

    This work is scheduled to start at midnight on Thursday, Nov. 3 and continue until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4.

     

  • SPD need help locating man

    The following message was sent out by the Shepherdsville Police at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016:

    Shepherdsville Police Department is needing your help in finding Chad A. Vittitow.  If you have information in regards to his whereabouts contact the Shepherdsville Police Department at 502-921-1000 or the anonymous tip line at 502-215-1588 or call 911.

    WANTED

  • Refinancing might save $2 million

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Thanks to the bond market, Bullitt County Public Schools could have a few extra dollars to spend over the next few years.
        Over the course of the next few years, the refinancing of bonds originally taken in 2008 for the construction of two elementary schools may yield the district nearly $2 million.
        Both the school board and the school’s finance corporation approved resolutions allowing for representatives of Hilliard Lyons to pursue the refinancing of bonds.

  • NO PD work on election day in Kentucky

        SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Teachers needing to get those professional development hours completed won’t have to worry about doing it during Thanksgiving break.
        The Bullitt County Public School Board voted unanimously to remove Nov.23 as a possible professional development day and move it to the end of the year, which would now be May 30.
        Board chairperson Debby Atherton said she wasn’t comfortable with making a PD day during the holiday break.

  • Community has until Nov. 7 to give opinions on 2017-18 calendar

        It’s that time of year to start thinking about the 2017-18 Bullitt County Public School calendar.
        The community has until 8 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 7, to respond to the online survey.
        The results, which will be on the district’s website by 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 7, will be used by the calendar committee to make a recommendation to the Bullitt County Public School Board.

  • Halloween in the Hallways

        MOUNT WASHINGTON—Bullitt East High had over 1,000 children visit their hallways for their annual Halloween in the Halls event.
        For $1 per child, participants traveled through themed halls to take pictures, play games and, of course, collect candy.
        Themes included the Nightmare Before Christmas, superheroes, video games, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and pirates. Participants voted for the Finding Nemo theme as their favorite with Harry Potter as a close second.

  • North at home, BC and BE on the road

        SHEPHERDSVILLE – The high school football play-offs locally will have a somewhat different look starting on Friday as the three area teams will be competing with teams from far outside of the Jefferson County zip codes for the first time in a number of years.
        Last year, no area team traveled any further from home than Fairdale and even in the second round North Bullitt only had to travel to Fern Creek.

  • Four local runners headed to State CC finals

        LOUISVILLE – Competing against some of the best runners in the state, a total of four Bullitt County competitors earned spots on Saturday at the Class 3-A, Region 3 Cross-Country Championships this coming Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.
        While none of the three boys’ and three girls’ squads advanced to Lexington, something the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars had done last year, it was still a strong showing. All four runners advanced as individuals and all four are underclassmen.

  • Seven will battle for six positions open on Fox Chase City Council

        FOX CHASE -- Seven candidates will be on the ballot seeking the six seats available on the Fox Chase City Council.
        The general election will be on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
        Those running for the office include:

  • Bullitt awarded pre-school planning grant

        Bullitt County Public Schools has been awarded a Tier 1 Preschool Planning grant for $23,164.20 through the Kentucky Department of Education.
        The funds will allow the district preschool department to partner with childcare providers in providing school readiness training to increase students that are ‘ready’ for kindergarten (based on Brigance assessment data) when entering school.