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Today's News

  • Central runs and guns to opening victory

     HEBRON ESTATES – Just three days removed from a horrendous 29-point outing in the regular season finale against Spencer County, the Bullitt Central Cougars bounced back in high fashion on Monday, opening the post-season with an 81-37 victory over Evangel.

    Playing in the 23rd District Tournament at North Bullitt, the Cougars advanced with the win and will play top-seeded Moore on Wednesday at 5:45 p.m.

  • Hoops action will be hot all week

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After single games on Monday night in both the 23rd and 24th District Tournaments, the basketball will really heat up as the week progresses.

    In the 23rd District, the Bullitt Central boys’ moved into the semi-finals with a win over Evangel on Monday. The Cougars will now take on Moore on Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. in the first semi-final. North Bullitt will take on Southern in the second semi-final.

    The two winners on Wednesday will advance to Friday’s championship game that has a start time of 6:30 p.m. at North Bullitt.

  • Spring Forest fire season now in place for Bullitt

     FRANKFORT – The Spring Forest Fire Season is now in effect through April 30 in every Kentucky county. 

    This law prohibits any person to burn between the daylight hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. 

    The Kentucky Division of Forestry (KDF) urges residents across the state to exercise caution when burning debris during this season.

    The KDF has responded to 78 wildland fires since January and nearly 40 percent have been attributed to debris burning.

  • Legislators say cut in judicial seats will not happen

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — In December, Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. announced a plan for realignment of district and circuit judges in the state.

    The plan was just that — a plan.

    And that plan must be approved by the General Assembly. Any changes would not go into effect until 2022.

    But the legislative contingency in Bullitt County said they would not approve any loss of judicial seats locally.

  • Hunters Hollow continues to discuss its biggest issue -- sewer service

      HUNTERS HOLLOW - With one back-up out of the way, the Hunters Hollow City Commission waits on another to clear city sewage issues.

    The fears of city residents were eased when water was still available after the Jan. 1 receivership deadline ended for the Bullitt County Sanitation District to handle the Hunters Hollow sewage treatment plant.

    City attorney Mark Edison said BCSD remained in charge of the plant and would continue to handle those duties until the Kentucky Public Service Commission held a hearing and made a ruling.

  • Local BOAT agency receives another Naloxone donation

     The Bullitt Opioid Addiction Team (a local Non Profit) received another generous donation of EVZIO naloxone auto-injectors from Kaleo, the Richmond, Virginia-based pharmaceutical company.

    The Bullitt Opioid Addiction Team uses the donated EVZIO to build Overdose Rescue Kits to combat the increasing numbers of overdose deaths throughout communities.

  • President's Day

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — With a new president in office, talk of presidents past is high.

    For fifth graders at Old Mill and Mount Washington Elementary, the chance to talk to one of the most well-known presidents became real as Abraham Lincoln visited the schools.

    Sort of.

    Funded by the Family Resource Center, Kentucky Chautauqua performers presented the 16th president’s life and lessons to the students.

  • Otaku Ball makes everyone feel welcome at annual dance event

     SHEPHERDSVILLE—It’s the annual dance that makes everyone over the age of 13 feel welcome.

    The 9th annual Otaku Ball, hosted by the Bullitt County Public Library, brought together over 50 anime fans for a pre-Valentine’s party.

    Participants were encouraged to cosplay (dressing up as a character) and awards were given out for the favorites. William Huey and Kirsten Kirchner were awarded the coveted Emperor and Empress titles.

    For founding-member Dalton Fell, returning to the event 

  • Both district hoops’ tournaments to be held locally

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – Local basketball fans won’t have to travel very far this week as the 2017 high school basketball post-season starts with the 23rd District Tournament at North Bullitt and the 24th District event being contested at Bullitt East.

    While each of the two local districts have one five-team event and one four-team event and the days for the boys’ and girls’ events are the same from Tuesday forward, there are some time differences so area fans need to check the brackets in this issue for the time schedules.

  • Teams are getting ready

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – During the final week of the regular season, the thoughts of area basketball coaches is more on preparation than domination as all thoughts are focused on the upcoming post-season play when every team will start with a 0-0 record.

    On Tuesday, the Bullitt Central Cougars played at home against Fairdale, a team that just a week earlier had taken Bullitt East to double overtime before losing. This time the Bulldogs just needed regulation time and beat the Cougars 68-49.