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Today's News

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning May 26, 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.

  • Third class inducted into Bullitt Central Hall of Fame

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--The third annual Bullitt Central High School Hall of Fame induction ceremony features a mixture of alumnae and former staff and students.

    Maiko Chambers Ashbyis a 1984 graduate and Class Valedictorian, Governor’s Scholar, Golden 100 achievement and a Third Place finish in the 1984 National Girls’ Extemporaneous Speaking competition.

  • Cougars fall to Trojans in tournament opener

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It wasn't the way Bullitt Central coach G.J. Moore and his players wanted the season to end.

  • Pioneer Village not ready to decide on amendment

     PIONEER VILLAGE - Like other cities, Pioneer Village implemented a "wait and see" policy on building definitions.

    A new county zoning text amendment proposal in regards to what is considered a building for tax reasons was tabled by the Pioneer Village City Council.

    City attorney Mark Edison presented the proposal at the March council meeting. In April he announced that Planning and Zoning was considering a dropping required permits for "buildings" under 200 square feet.

  • Hebron Middle taking lead role in leadership

     HEBRON ESTATES - A good leadership program needs good leaders. Hebron Middle School is stepping into that position.

    The school is inviting all community members to a special event, a free dinner and lecture on its newest program, "The Leader In Me."

  • MEMORIAL DAY 2014

     Memorial Day is honored each year in Bullitt County with special ceremonies honoring active duty and veteran military members.

  • Mercy cools East’s bats 1-0

      FERN CREEK – There was plenty of pitching and not much offense on Wednesday in the championship game of the 24th District Softball Tournament.

    Matching two of the top teams in the state, Bullitt East and Mercy once again locked horns in a titanic struggle and once again the outcome came down to the end before the Jaguars pulled out a 1-0 decision.

  • Quick starts lifts Southern past North Bullitt in final

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Trailing by four runs after the first inning, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles were not able to rebound on Wednesday in the championship game of the 23rd District Tournament against Southern High School.

    In the end, the Lady Trojans tacked on a run in the fifth inning as they recorded a 5-0 victory to claim a second straight district title.

  • North repeats title with big win over Southern

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The North Bullitt Eagles had a few goals at the beginning of the season.

    One of which was to be the top seed in the district tournament and to repeat as 23rd District champs.

    A third goal was to make a deep run into the Sixth Region tournament.

    The first two goals have been accomplished. Now, it is on to the third.

    The top-seeded Eagles blew through the Southern Trojans 14-1 to win its second consecutive district crown.

  • Slow start can’t keep East from 11th crown

      FERN CREEK – A little burp in the first inning was quickly overcome on Wednesday as the Bullitt East Chargers rolled to an 11-2 victory over Fern Creek in the championship game of the 24th District Baseball Tournament, which the Tigers were hosting.

    The win was the 11th consecutive district title for Bullitt East and head coach Jeff Bowles. As the veteran coach pointed out to his seniors after the game, they were in the first grade the last time the red and gold failed to win a district tournament.