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Today's News

  • BCHS FFA leaders attend summer camp

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The Bullitt Central FFA Chapter participated in FFA Camp in Hardinsburg from June 22-26.

    Eleven girls attended camp. We hope to use our new skills in making a difference in our FFA Chapter. During camp we grew stronger as a chapter and became closer with each other which will help us improve as a whole. 

    During the day we attended classes, learning how we can improve on discipline, communication, responsibilities, positivity, and a few other personal growth skills.

  • Gubernatorial candidates talk about farming

     LOUISVILLE -- Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) Board of Directors met last week with gubernatorial candidates Jack Conway and Matt Bevin to discuss positions on issues affecting the state’s agriculture industry.

    Conway (D) and Bevin (R) fielded questions from the KFB leaders and explained their positions during the two-hour meeting at the farm organization’s state office.

    KFB President Mark Haney said the meeting gave the organization’s leadership and all Kentuckians an opportunity to gauge the differences between the two on key issues.

  • Hitting the spotlight: Sale ready to perform at national event

     HURRICANE HILLS, TENN. -- Hillview’s Devin Sale recently made his dream come true.

    The 15-year-old dirt bike racer has qualified for the largest amateur motocross race in the world, the 34th Annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship presented by AMSOIL at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. Sale took on over 22,000 hopefuls from across America to earn one of just 1,482 qualifying positions. This will be his fourth year to qualify.

  • Camp Cloverville

     Some local students were lucky enough to find their way to Camp Cloverville.

    The three-day summer camp, hosted by the Bullitt County Cooperative Extension Service and 4-H program, was available to 20 students.

    Each students was selected for the camp through the Cedar Grove, Lebanon Junction, Mount Washington and Roby Elementary Family Resource Centers.

    Camp Cloverville projects included projects in photography, quilting, leather making and cupcake making.

  • Husband, wife team up for a tasty new business in Mount Washington

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Tummy rumbling for breakfast? 

    Try out Mount Washington’s newest go-to breakfast and lunch spot -- Maggie Mae’s Cafe.

    Run by the husband-and-wife team, Jordan and Taylor Hughes, the cafe opened last month and serves breakfast, lunch and lattes.

    Taylor said she was at a transition point in her life.

    “I worked a sales job for six years and made decent money, but I hated it,” she said.

  • Little Rick’s in LJ joins Chamber of Commerce

     LEBANON JUNCTION - Little Rick’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill recently hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate jointing the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce.

    The location has been open for three years at 117 Plaza Park Blvd. just off of Highway 61.

    The restaurant feature a wide variety of menu items including burgers, ribs and fish.

    Owners Rick Clark Sr. and Jr. boasted many televisions on site for sporting events, and keno is available for patrons to play.

  • East hosts the oldest and largest summer hoops camp

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Just before the start of the high school ‘dead period’, Bullitt East once again opened its gyms to both boys and girls for the oldest and largest of the summer basketball camps in the area.

    Bullitt East Lady Charger head coach Chris Stallings welcomed over 200 younger campers to the two-a-day sessions for five days of work on fundamentals and team play in the three gyms at the school’s campus. The girls went in the morning session while the boys were in action during the afternoons of that week.

  • Students experience look at colleges

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt County Public Schools was well represented during the 2015 summer sessions of Kentucky Governor’s Scholars and School for the Arts.

    Over a dozen juniors spent five weeks as Governor’s Scholars while another three have been chosen to attend the School for the Arts.

  • Shoppers encouraged to hop around to MW businesses

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Keep those dollars local.

    Next week the Mount Washington Main Street program will host its first 2015 Summer Shop Hop from Tuesday, July 28, to Saturday, Aug. 1.

    There will be 10 local businesses that will participate: Country Vogue, Game Day Graphics, Cordial Lee, Cindy’s Consignments, James Jewel Box, Missy K’s Boutique & Consignments, Busy Lady Quilt Shop, Amanda’s Creations Florist, Mt. Washington Florist and Sweet Sprinkles Bakery.

  • McConnell visits Bullitt County

     In what has become almost an annual event, U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell addressed the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce on Monday.

    The discussion centered on the happenings in Washington.

    The Senate leader said he enjoyed being the offensive coordinator now in Washington as he is able to call the plays and that gives him a better chance to help the GOP to score in Congress.