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Today's News

  • Hillview police contracted to provide help in Fox Chase

     FOX CHASE - Police protection in a city without a police department can lead to issues.

    The City of Fox Chase recently employed constable James Scrogham to perform speed patrols within city limits.

    However, mayor Owen Taylor announced that Scrogham was resigning his duties due to health issues.

    Taylor informed the city council that an agreement was reached with the city of Hillview, allowing its police department to provide patrols within Fox Chase.

  • Salt Salon brings a little bit of Florida back to MW business

     MOUNT WASHINGTON— A new top-notch salon and spa in Mount Washington hopes to save their neighbors a trip to Louisville when a looking for a day of relaxation.

    Located in Suite 300 at 327 Eastbrooke Pointe Drive, Salt Salon and Spa offers everything from haircuts to facials to permanent makeup, co-owner Maryanne Newkirk-Salleng said.

  • CHEER FUN FOR ALL AGES

     It is the season for cheer competitions.

    Recently, several local teams competed in the Battle of the Bows in southern Indiana.

    Members of the Cheer Bling Sports Ministry team competed.

  • NICHOLS PROVES TO BE A CUT ABOVE

     NICHOLS - They were all wigging out at Nichols Elementary, but for a good cause.

    Two teachers, two students, and two relatives all had their long hair cut as donations for Locks of Love, an organization devoted to making wigs for young people dealing with cancer.

    Also, the school collected donations for the annual Bullitt County Relay for Life with a contest between teacher Amy Ferrell and and volunteer coordinator Cheri Mattingly.

  • Four finalists named in hunt for next school superintendent

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The field has been narrowed from 10 to four candidates in the hunt for the next superintendent for the Bullitt County Public School System.

    The school board released the names as part of its January meeting on Monday night.

    Two of the candidates are very familiar with the local district and two candidates are from out in the state.

    Those named as finalists include:

    *Becky Sexton, who is currently the assistant superintendent for support services. She is a long-time employee of the district.

  • Cheering against the odds

     SHEPHERDSVILLE— On a Friday night in the fall, she’s on the sideline getting the crowd excited about the game on the field.

    That doesn’t mean she shouldn’t be excited for herself, either.

    Bullitt Central junior Kirsten Mitchell looks like a normal cheerleader on game day but she’s a cheerleader with the odds stacked against her.

    Mitchell was born with cystic fibrosis: a genetic disease that targets the lungs, making it difficult to breath and leaves the person prone to lung infections.

  • It’s not pretty but Lady Eagles wrap up top seed

      HIGHVIEW – After just two practices and no games over the previous nine days, North Bullitt Lady Eagles head coach David Marion was not expecting a thing of beauty on Friday when his team took the court against Moore.

    What Marion got was good effort, but disappointing execution against an opponent that the Lady Eagles had not lost too since Dec. 30 of 2009, a time before the two programs were both in the 23rd District. After starting the season with six straight wins, the Lady Mustangs has won just two of their last ten games.

  • North sweeps Moore after long lay-off

     HIGHVIEW – Grabbing the lead early on a night when both teams struggled to click on offense after not playing for over a week, the North Bullitt Eagles picked up a key 23rd District victory on Friday as they defeated Moore 61-51.

    The win moved the Eagles to 2-1 in district play while Moore dropped to 1-1. With Southern at 1-1 and Bullitt Central at 1-2, it will come down to Moore’s game with Southern on Feb. 6 to decide the top-seed for the post-season tournament that will be played at Southern.

  • Election, snow causes calendar changes; last day for students will now be on June 4

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - An upcoming special election has resulted in a lengthy weekend for Bullitt County students.

    And a series of snow days last week has pushed the end of school until Monday, June 4.

    There will be no classes held at Bullitt County Public Schools on Monday, Feb. 19, and Tuesday, Feb. 20.

    The school board made a decision to cancel both days on the 2017-18 calendar. Feb. 19 was previously scheduled as a holiday recognizing Presidents Day.

  • ROADSHOW for the week of January 21, 2018

     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.

     

    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.