Today's News

  • School board listens to construction updates

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--Change orders for two items started more than a spark at a recent meeting of the Bullitt County Public Schools school board.

    Russ McFarland, with Clotfelter-Samokar Architects, submitted a change order to the board for $27,752 to install a Edwards fire alarm system in Bullitt Central High School's auditorium and a change order for $20,732 to replace the duct smoke detectors that will be compatible with the new system at the school.

  • Thanks for the Memories

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - David Strange is history.

    The Bullitt County Genealogical Society held its December 2014 meeting and luncheon at Ridgway Memorial Library as a roast for the Bullitt County History Museum director who stepped down as of Oct. 31.

    The dinner was hosted by History Museum volunteer Daniel Buxton, with guest speakers including Joe Hardesty with the Louisville Free Public Library, Stephen Thomas from The Pioneer News, and Strange's wife, Bonnie.

  • All three locals make Girls' LIT

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – Tuesday, Jan. 27 will be a special day for Bullitt County basketball as all three high school programs will compete on the same day for the first time in the Girls’ Republic Bank/Coca-Cola Louisville Invitational Tournament.

         While Bullitt East has a long history with the event, winning the title in 1996, this will be the first time that North Bullitt and Bullitt Central will participate. In fact, it is the first year that the Lady Eagles and Lady Cougars have made themselves eligible to compete in the 16-team event.

  • North sweeps pair of district games from Moore

    HEBRON ESTATES -- For Korey Craddock, the first half of his team's district opener against the Moore Mustangs could not have gone much better.

  • Students excel in middle school academic competition this year

    Again this year, Bullitt County's middle schools participated in the Ohio Valley Middle School Academic League competitions. After six written assessment tests, and ten quick recall competitions, here are the final results.


  • Crisis stage of heat assistance begins
  • Shepherdsville continues plans to help drainage in West Blue Lick Road area

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Despite issues with the proposed FEMA flood plain changes, the city of Shepherdsville continues to move forward toward a drainage improvement project.

    Representatives of QK4 hosted a public forum at the Shepherdsville Government Center to share information and address potential concerns involving a proposed drainage project for the W. Blue Lick Rd. and Hwy. 44 W. areas.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning January 12, 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.

    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.

  • Cougars, Lady Eagles win other early week games

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – In the team’s first action back since taking a few days off for the holidays, the Bullitt Central Cougars reversed some of their earlier misfortune on Tuesday as they beat Meade County 85-75.

         Meade County made the trip to Shepherdsville with just one loss on the season, but the Cougars outscored them in each quarter to notch the team’s sixth win of the season.

  • Lady Chargers roll early

     FERN CREEK – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers didn’t waste any time on Tuesday getting the best of 24th District rival Fern Creek.

         In the first district game that will settle the seedings for the first-round of the post-season, Bullitt East jumped on top of the home team 16-2 in the first quarter and stretched that to 35-7 by halftime.

         With the first eight points of the second half, Bullitt East put the ‘running clock’ into action as they rolled easily to a 64-26 victory.