Today's News

  • Journey Church members give over $10,000 to local groups

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Over the course of the past six years, Journey Christian Church has taken its entire Sunday offering on a particular week.

    That money has been called Give Sunday.

    Since its inception, the church members have contributed over $30,000, which has been given to local non-profit organizations.

  • Bullitt Countians show their caring acts during 2016

     Bullitt County is a caring community.

    Look past the negative. This community will always rise to the top when the need is there.

    During the past month, you’ve seen numerous stories and pictures about the generosity of this community. Young and old, the community has come forward to provide some of our less fortunate a brighter Christmas celebration.

    None of the donors are seeking praise or recognition. They are doing it because they want to.

  • KYTC: Crews treating roadways

     LOUISVILLE – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) road crews in Louisville and the surrounding counties will be pre-treating interstates and other routes today in preparation for the snow that is expected to fall on Thursday.  Motorists should be alert for slow moving trucks on area roads spraying brine throughout the day.

  • ‘Revenge’ tour not working out well for NB

     HODGENVILLE – To this point, the 2016-2017 basketball season as been the ‘revenge’ tour for the North Bullitt Eagles.

    Unfortunately, the Eagles are not the ones exacting the revenge.

    A year ago, coach Korey Craddock’s team opened the season 14-1 with an undefeated record against Kentucky teams up until the Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament. That winning streak included holiday tournament titles at both Spencer County and LaRue County.

  • Chargers earn number five seed for Boys’ LIT

     LOUISVILLE – It will be another rematch this season for Bullitt East as the Chargers will face Sixth Region rival Pleasure Ridge Park on Tuesday in the Republic Bank Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament at Valley High School.

    Bullitt East, with an 11-4 record after beating Whitefield Academy on Monday night, traveled to Shively and beat Pleasure Ridge Park 66-62 back on Dec. 13. It was the first time the Chargers had ever played at PRP.

  • East finishes third at Ashland tourney

     ASHLAND – A little extra time together over the holidays could prove to be a boost for a Bullitt East squad that has a number of big games on the horizon.

    Between the two holidays, the Chargers headed east and played in the 62nd annual Ashland Invitational. Bullitt East dropped the middle game and then finished third in one of the state’s oldest holiday events.

  • Cougars learn new lessons

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Not a lot of high school basketball games are played at 9 a.m. in the morning.

    That was just one of the lessons that a young Bullitt Central team had to learn last week as they played three games in the South Central Bank-Helton Classic at Allen County-Scottsville High School.

  • Indictment for impersonating police

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — A man has been indicted for attempted murder of a Bullitt County Sheriff’s Deputy.

    The Bullitt County Grand Jury has indicted Joseph Patrick Kean for a list of charges relating to an Oct. 16, 2016, arrest.

    According to the indictment, Kean intentionally drove his vehicle into a cruiser driven by Sheriff’s Deputy Charles Mann.

    The indictment stated the Kean, 47, of Louisville, was intending to cause the death of the deputy.

  • Man indicted for attempted murder, arson

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- On Oct. 28, 2016, Chad Arthur Vittitow set fire to a residence where a woman lived.

    That is the basis of an indictment handed down by the Bullitt County Grand Jury.

    According to the indictment, Vittitow allegedly caused physical injury to the woman and then set her home on fire.

    His plan, according to the indictment, was the death of the woman.

    Vittitow, 38, has been indicted for attempted murder, arson, assault and being a persistent felony offender.

  • Project hopes to raise the awareness of homelessness

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — Saving the refrigerator box won’t just help a bored child build a rocket ship anymore: it can help bring awareness to homelessness. At least, that’s the idea behind Box City.

    “Our main goals were to raise awareness of the plight of the homeless in our community and to raise funds to aid Room in the Inn in our work with the homeless community,” said Pam Rogers, co-organizer of Heart of my City, said.