Today's News

  • Crossroads’ Dukes honored national for artistic work

     Crossroads Elementary School first grade student Kaleeanah Dukes has been named a National Finalist for her 2014 Constitution Day poster.

    Kaleeanah made the drawing of a pair of Eagles and the American Flag as a kindergarten youth. Her artwork can be found on the following website of national finalists – www.constitutionfacts.com.

    Library media specialist Kellie Weihe had every Crossroads Trailblazer participate in creating a Constitution Day poster in relation to texts and videos on this subject through library lessons.

  • Man arrested for kidnapping after trying to pick up women in Mt. Wash.

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Residents in Mount Washington residents can rest easy knowing that the driver of a suspicious vehicle has been caught.

    Garry L. Coulter, 40, was arrested by Louisville Metro Police on Thursday,  Oct. 15, on a warrant of kidnapping a juvenile taken by the Mount Washington Police Department.

    The warrant came after three reports of a suspicious man offering rides to women. Two women, one a minor, voluntarily got into Coulter’s 2012 silver Ford Focus Hatchback.

  • Convicted felon sentenced for firearm possession

     PADUCAH – U.S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr., today announced the sentencing of a Christian County, Kentucky convicted felon by Senior Judge Thomas Russell on Thursday, October 15, 2015 to 96 months in prison for the illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition.

  • Hillview man arrested in local bank robbery

    HEBRON ESTATES -- It wasn't long after surveillance images of a bank robbery in northern Bullitt County hit the media that tips began flowing in at a rapid rate.

  • BC vs. BE on boys’ side; NB vs. BE in girls’ semis

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- For the first time since joining the Sixth Region for the 2012 season, not one, but two Bullitt County boys’ soccer teams made the field for this week’s event at Mercy High School.

    Not only are there two teams in the field, but Bullitt Central and Bullitt East will play each other on Tuesday in an opening round match, meaning that one local team will at least reach Thursday’s semi-finals.

  • Dragons flex muscles over BC; await North next

     CRESTWOOD -- When you are facing a talented team that executes well and is well coached, there is not a lot of room to make mistakes.

    For the first quarter on Friday night, the visiting Bullitt Central Cougars were hanging around. 

    However, by the end of the night, it would be the homesteading South Oldham Dragons who would move on with a 43-13 victory.

    “They are a very good team,” said Cougar head coach The Lawson. “They are the best team in the district.”

  • THE CLASH!: Eagles score early then survive BE rally

      HEBRON ESTATES – Scoring 21 points in the first quarter seemed to be more than enough for the North Bullitt Eagles on Friday in the annual renewal of The Clash against Bullitt East.

    In the end, it turned out to be barely enough for the green and gold as they had to hold off a late Bullitt East rally, the final thrust ending when Daulton Walls intercepted a pass at the 19 yard line with less than a minute remaining in the contest.

    North Bullitt’s 21-15 win did two major things for the Eagles.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning Oct. 18

    ROADSHOW for the week beginning October 18, 2015


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  • Crisis Averted: No problems after two bomb threats at schools
  • Hillview man arrested in local bank robbery

     HEBRON ESTATES -- It wasn't long after surveillance images of a bank robbery in northern Bullitt County hit the media that tips began flowing in at a rapid rate.