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Today's News

  • BC’s Maggie Lewis can fulfill dream of going to Gatton in fall

     Bullitt Central High School sophomore Maggie Lewis has been accepted at both Western Kentucky University’s Carol Martin Gatton Academy and Morehead State University’s Craft Academy.

    It was a bittersweet moment for the 15-year-old daughter of Stephanie and Richard Lewis. She learned about Craft while still on Gatton’s waiting list.

    Her father, Human Resources Manager for the Hendrickson Company, was actually the first to learn of his daughter’s honors.

  • Seven Counties, Centerstone join forces

     LOUISVILLE -- Centerstone and Seven Counties, two leading behavioral healthcare organizations, have signed a letter of intent to pursue an affiliation. 

    By joining together, the two organizations will be able to better meet the needs of people of all ages and expand access to innovative services and programs in each of the communities they serve and across the nation.

  • Lot of great things happening in school system

     Rather than focus on a particular issue this month, I will very briefly hit the high points of a few things that may be of interest to the Bullitt County community about its school system:

    *The Run for the Spirits Gala, sponsored by the independent Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education, is coming up on Friday, April 22.

    This important event is not only a lot of fun, the money raised is awarded by the group to teachers and programs to provide items for their classrooms that may not otherwise be affordable. 

  • John Brown Cundiff was a Confederate Soldier

     John Brown Cundiff; Jr. was born around 1830 in Kentucky.  His parents were John Brown; Sr. and Elizabeth Younger. John‘s father John Brown Sr. was born in Virginia in 1799. 

    His mother Elizabeth Younger was born 1799 in Virginia.  John Cundiff Sr. married Elizabeth Younger in 1820, in Bullitt County, Kentucky.  John Brown Jr. had several brothers and sisters.  

    John’s father died in 1855 at the age of 56 years old.  He died in Bullitt County, Kentucky. 

  • Fired employee sues county, co-worker

      LOUISVILLE -- A former animal control officer has filed a federal lawsuit against his employer and a person who used to be his employee.

    Attorneys for James Edward Miller filed a federal civil lawsuit in U.S. District Court on Tuesday.

    The lawsuit names Bullitt Fiscal Court and Delsie Williams as defendants.

    On May 27, 2015, Miller and Williams were terminated as employees at the Bullitt County Animal Shelter.

  • Fireworks vendors to pay lot more in Hillview

     HILLVIEW -- Sparks flew a few weeks ago when city officials proposed new regulations on temporary fireworks stand operators.

    A new version of the ordinance was supposed to be considered by the Hillview City Council at its March 21 meeting.

    However, mayor Jim Eadens said that due to so many changes in the original document and a council not really sure where it wanted to go, the matter would be tabled for the evening.

  • Couple continues battle to find comfort for daughter

     MOUNT WASHINGTON—At first glance, Leighanne Hastie looks like a regular 3-year-old.

    “Day to day, if you look at Leighanne, she looks like a normal little girl,” her mom, Heather, said. “She goes to gymnastics class on Mondays and she likes to go to her Bible class. She doesn’t look like a sick kid or one that has a disability.”

    The only difference comes in the form of a neurological disorder called epilepsy, which causes the toddler to have daily seizures.

  • ‘Enhanced’ tag taken off county in EDA work

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Over the past five-year period, Bullitt County’s percentage of new job creation led the state of Kentucky.

    But starting next June, Bullitt County will be in a different category of incentives that can be offered. It will be a system that the county and its municipalities had worked under years ago.

    The question is whether going from an “enhanced” community to one that isn’t “enhanced” will make a difference in pursuing companies from coming to the county.

  • CIRCUS

     CLERMONT - It’s the greatest show on earth, or in this case, of the earth.

    Cirque Mundial (or Worldwide Circus) made its first visit to the area, featuring amazing talent from around the world.

    The traveling troupe featured four shows at the Bullitt County Fairgrounds.

    Some of the traditional circus acts were included, from trapeze artists and jugglers to Woo Woo the Clown.

    Other unusual acts included unicycle riding, cylindric balancing acts and poodle acrobatics.

  • East’s Farris a big get for Asbury basketball

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – College coaches at small schools don’t often get the opportunity to grab a 6-7 post player with well developed offensive skills.

    That is why Asbury head coach Will Shouse was all smiles recently when he made the trip to Mount Washington to get the signature of Bullitt East senior Jared Farris for his NAIA basketball team. Farris will be as tall as any other player on the Eagle roster.