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Today's News

  • Developing thinking through your writing

      French writer Gustave Flaubert once wrote, “The art of writing is the art of discovering what you believe.” 

    In this age of posts, tweets, and sound-bites, it is easy to think that the real art of writing is essentially dead.  But, as Flaubert implies, the careful setting down of words on a page is not just a method by which we communicate, it is more importantly a method by which we develop that most important of all academic and citizenship skills: critical thinking. 

  • Large local contingent headed to state track

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After waiting a week for the final word, a large local contingent of Bullitt County athletes will make the trip to Lexington on Saturday for the Class AAA Kentucky State Track and Field Championships being held at the University of Kentucky.

    There are actually 36 athletes on the scoring sheets who could be in action on Saturday with five of the six area boys’ and girls’ programs having at least one entry. That number is a little misleading as coaches were allowed to put up to eight names in each of the relays.

  • Plenty of outdoor fun at Wholesale ATV

                LEBANON JUNCTION - A new company is bringing more recreational wheels to Lebanon Junction and the Bullitt County area.

                Wholesale ATV is open for business at its newest location, the first in Kentucky.

  • District diamond play starts today

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--The post-season for Bullitt County baseball and softball teams will start this week with 23rd District Tournament play at North Bullitt and 24th District action at Jeffersontown High School.
        Play will actually start on Monday in all four events, but the only local team set to take the field on that day will be the North Bullitt baseball team as they will take on Moore in the 23rd District.

  • North's Akin taking football skills to Hanover

    HEBRON ESTATES-- North Bullitt senior football player T.J. Akin knew just where he wanted to attend college and after some financial details were worked out, Akin recently made it all official, signing to play the next four years at Hanover College in southern Indiana.
        "I've always wanted to go to Hanover," the senior lineman said after a small ceremony in the North Bullitt lobby with family and coaches present. "It was just the money that kept me from committing. They came up with some more and that is when I committed."

  • BE's Staples goes 1-1 at state tennis

    LEXINGTON -- Bullitt East junior tennis standout Jacob Staples didn't get a chance to face defending state champion Brandon Lancaster of St. Xavier in the recent Sixth Region Tournament.
        Unfortunately, Staples got to see Lancaster up close and personnel on Thursday in the second round of the Kentucky State Tennis Championships in Lexington. The result was as expected as Lancaster defeated Staples 6-0, 6-0 en route to defending his state title.

  • BE no-hits BC in final week

    MOUNT WASHINGTON-- Being the only senior on Senior Night made Bullitt East's Loren Roby the center of attention heading into Wednesday night's game against Bullitt Central.
        As it turned out, Roby made it doubly special and the senior had all eyes on her as she pitched a no-hitter as the Lady Chargers rolled past visiting Bullitt Central 10-0 in softball action.
        The win capped a nice final week to the regular season for the Lady Chargers as they won a pair of games.

  • Zoneton Station Two 25th Birthday

    It was a time to reflect.

    It was a time to celebrate.

    And it was a time to honor the men and women who serve the community as members of the Zoneton Volunteer Fire Department.

    On this particular day, the spotlight was on Station 2 in Brooks, which was celebrating its 25th anniversary.

    More specifically, it was a time to honor Maj. Garry Key, a volunteer who has spent over 30 years with the department.

  • Turnout may be low on statewide primary races

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- While the turnout is expected to be light, there will still be 48 precincts open to count your votes on Tuesday.
        The ballot on Tuesday will be a slim one. Republicans will have four races to vote on, while Democrats will have just three.
        The major attention-getter this primary is the Republican nomination for governor.
        With an open seat in Frankfort as Gov. Steve Beshear has served his two-term limit, Agriculture commissioner James Comer started out as a front-runner.

  • Mount Washington Spring Festival