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Today's News

  • North Bullitt's Amber Courtney steps down as coach

     HEBRON ESTATES – What started as a move for her family, turned into a career move recently for North Bullitt Lady Eagle head basketball coach Amber Courtney.

         After five seasons at the helm of the Lady Eagles, Courtney announced to her team three weeks ago that she was stepping down from the basketball duties after being hired as a special education teacher at Bardstown High School. At that time, Courtney was looking for a job closer to home so that she could spend more time with her three daughters.

  • Finally!! Eagles beat Panthers 6-3

     LOUISVILLE – Battling Pleasure Ridge Park, as well as Mother Nature, the North Bullitt Eagle baseball program beat the defending state champion Panthers by a 6-3 score on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the semi-finals of the Sixth Region Baseball Tournament.

  • Tech students earn honors

     The Bullitt County Area Technology Center had four competitors in Louisville April 16-19th and returned with a state winner, Alyssa Hensley, 16, in Graphic Communications. Automotive Mechanics student James Huddleston, 17, earned Second Place in Automotive 1.

    Jacob Numann, 18, and Dylan Davis, 18, also earned the right to compete thanks to their efforts at regional competition.

  • Free fishing weekend June 7-8

    FRANKFORT--The challenge of taking kids fishing is that they want to catch fish. Parents have a better chance of making this happen during a series of special free fishing events for kids being held across the state on Saturday, June 7.

    Many event locations will be specially stocked with fish to increase the odds of success. Some events feature free food and prizes for young anglers.

  • Amazon has eyes focused on helping Cedar Grove students

     CEDAR GROVE - The staff and students at Cedar Grove Elementary are appreciative that nearby Amazon gets the picture.

    The online store, with a warehouse location near the school, made a donation of used company cameras for student use.

    Eighteen Canon EOS 60D cameras were presented to principal Andy Moberly and Family Resource Center coordinator Tammy Perdew by Amazon studio managers Lynn Grigsby and Michael Margolies.

  • Eagles Win Region; Headed to Lexington

     LOUISVILLE - Pitching and good defense wins games.

  • Hebron Estates budget looks healthy

    HEBRON ESTATES -- If you are looking to find a city who might be in financial troubles due to the economy, don't waste time looking at one northern Bullitt County municipality.

  • MW Middle doesn't rest on its laurels

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--It was an assembly of a very special kind. On Friday morning Mount Washington Middle School celebrated its success in being redesignated as a “School to Watch” in 2014. The school first received this honor in 2010. A school can apply for the honor every three years. MWMS has been named one of 11 schools to watch in the state.

    Principal Denise Allen said this is a great honor not just for the school but for the county.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning June 2, 2014

    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.

     

  • Negotiations still in works on future of treatment plant

     HUNTERS HOLLOW - The temporary sewage treatment plant continues to operate while negotiations continue on the future of what will happen on a permanent basis.

    Engineer David Derrick and Bullitt County Sanitation District manager Jerry Kennedy have been in communications with Chris Cogan, who represents his father’s Bullitt Utilities.

    In March, the sewage treatment plant off East Blue Lick Road literally had a hole blown open in its outer walls.