Today's News


      SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It was an interesting discussion that probably needs to be held more regularly.

    Steve and Barbara Plenge appeared at a recent meeting of the Shepherdsville-Bullitt County Tourist and Convention Commission.

    They had questions about the makeup and operation about the organization.

    For those regularly attending meetings or following the happenings of the organization, it might not be too complicated.

    But, then again, maybe it is.

  • BBB Hot Topics: September 2015

     See the latest scams in BBB’s September 2015 Hot Topics


    1.    Beware of Ashley Madison-related phishing scams. The most recent offers a link to the "Ashley Madison Client List," but instead infects the user’s computer with banking malware, or locks up files until the user pays the scammer “to get it fixed.”

  • Chargers fall, but the performance is improved

     ELIZABETHTOWN – The outcome wasn’t what anyone wanted, but the performance was a big step in the right direction on Friday for the Bullitt East Chargers.

    Following two lackluster efforts to start the season, the red and gold stepped up to a tough challenge against Class 6-A Central Hardin on the road. Bullitt East led 6-0 until the final minute of the first half only to have a handful of big plays end the upset bid 35-13.

  • North stays hot; big game next total in rout of Trojans from last year in two games

     JEFFERSONTOWN -- If it was a neighborhood pickup game of football and teams were selected based on what guys looked like without their shirts on, North Bullitt head coach Adam Billings wasn’t sure how quickly his players would be selected.

    But games on Friday nights are not played without shirts and pads.

    No matter what the comparison of physiques might reveal, North Bullitt was definitely the better football team on Friday night.

    The Eagles went to 3-0 on the season with an impressive 42-6 victory over Jeffersontown.

  • Craddock’s 332 receiving yards fuels BC win

     OKOLONA – Bullitt Central seniors Cameron Dukes and Chase Craddock are a set of Cedar Grove best friends.

    The two have been starters on the Cougars’ basketball team the past two winters, but it wasn’t until last spring that Dukes was able to talk his buddy into joining him on the football team. The friendship turned into instant chemistry on the football field between quarterback and wide receiver.

  • Harris invited to White House to talk about city’s healthy habits

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- The city of Mount Washington is about to get a whole lot healthier and the White House has taken notice!

    Councilmember Alice Harris has been invited to the White House in September after applying for the “Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties” (LMCTC) program.

    The LMCTC initiative grew out of the Let’s Move! program launched by First Lady Michelle Obama in an effort to help encourage healthy and active lifestyles for children across America so that those children can grow up healthier and pursue their dreams.

  • MW Lions presents $50,000 to city for parks project

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Thanks to a check from the Mount Washington Lions Club, the city park is about to get a lot more family friendly.

    The Lions Club gave a $50,500 check to the city of Mount Washington to renovate the park located behind Mount Washington Elementary School.

    Renovations include a fenced in play area for children under 5, a padded floor to prevent injuries and new play equipment to replace the existed current rusted equipment. The park will also become handicap accessible for children of all ages.

  • Construction to begin Tuesday on new Martin Hill Road bridge

     LOUISVILLE -- The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has awarded a contract for replacement of a bridge on KY 1417 (Martin Hill Road) in Bullitt County.

    The road has been closed since flood water from Knob Creek washed away the bridge approach on April 3.

    Mac Construction of New Albany, Ind., was awarded this contract in amount of $1.2 million.

    Construction is scheduled to begin on Sept. 8.

  • Fox Chase continues study of validity of past ordinances

     FOX CHASE - City ordinances were the main focal point of the Fox Chase August council meeting.

    Mayor Owen Taylor credited council members Sandy Higgins and David Selby for reviewing city ordinances to determine if any were now defunct, or if some could be combined into one ordinance.

    According to Selby, most of the ordinances appeared viable. He mentioned the city’s website displayed some older budget ordinances that could be removed to avoid confusion.

  • Gwinn Hahn selected as district’s top volunteer for retired teachers

     Gwinn Hahn was recently honored by the Kentucky Retired Teaches Association District Five as its volunteer of the year.

    The majority of her volunteer hours were devoted to the Bowman Valley Schoolhouse Project.

    She gave an update of the progress to save and renovate the last African-American schoolhouse in the county.

    It is now located next to the Bullitt County Board of Education office.

    Hahn is presented with her award by Fifth District president Allen Schuler. Both educators retired from Bullitt Central High School.