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Today's News

  • KidsFest scheduled for Saturday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It's one of Bullitt County's biggest events because it's the one that puts the emphasis on the children.

    The 2015 KidsFest, presented by Kentucky One Health and Kosair Charities in association with the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce, is scheduled for Saturday, Mar. 14, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    This year's event will include an admission fee of $1 per person. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

  • NEW SOUTHEAST BULLITT FIRE CONTRACT

     A copy of the new Southeast Bullitt fire contract, essentially dissolving the private corporation and making the district similar to other area fire districts, effective by 2017.

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    AGREEMENT

    THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into by and between the SOUTHEAST BULLITT

    VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT, INC. ("Fire Department"). and the

    SOUTHEAST BULLITT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ("District").

  • FLOOD WATCH; Roads closed due to flooding

     The National Weather Service in Louisville has issued a flood watch for Bullitt County through 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.

    A flood warning was issued for areas along the Rolling Fork River, which could affect Bullitt County residents in or near the Lebanon Junction area.

  • Warnings over, tickets now written in Fox Chase

    FOX CHASE - Residents in Fox Chase who are upset with local speeders may finally be over the hump in regards to worrying.

                Constable James Scrogham is now performing patrols in the city limits in an attempt to get the speeding issues under control.

                In January the Fox Chase City Council approved the purchase of a new radar gun that can be offered to Scrogham for use during his patrols.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning March 9, 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.

     

  • Students can reach FAME with training

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It's not necessarily for students who want to live forever or learn how to fly, but it is for select students seeking further specialized advancement within specific career paths.

    The Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME) program features a combination of on-the-job training with college courses that allow the students better access to advanced higher-paying jobs.

  • Club gets update on outreach efforts

    The February meeting of the Bullitt County Woman's Club was held at the Cedar Grove Coffeehouse.

    Members were given an update on a young man that they supported through the International Outreach Committee.

  • Lady Chargers can't reach the peak against Mercy

    VALLEY STATION-- The Mercy Jaguars have been a tall mountain to climb this season, a mountain just a little too big for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers.
        For the fourth time this season, the two heavyweights clashed on Sunday in the championship game of the Sixth Region Tournament. And, again, the Jaguars pulled out a win, advancing to the state tournament with a 61-54 victory. The four scores were all remarkably close. All four times Mercy scored between 61 and 64 points while Bullitt East scored either 54 or 55 in each.

  • Shepherdsville takes over road work

                SHEPHERDSVILLE - Despite a split in the vote, the cracks along Bullitt Creek Drive may soon be improved.

                The Shepherdsville City Council approved taking over maintenance of the roadway, stretching 280 yards of W. Blue Lick Rd. near Bullitt Lick Middle School.

  • Eagles start fast, but East has horses to finish first

    MOUNT WASHINGTON Ð Exploding for the first 17 points of the second half, the Bullitt East Chargers blew open a tight game and beat North Bullitt 75-54 in the first-round of the BoysÕ Sixth Region Tournament on Tuesday.