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Today's News

  • Cougars reverse the script, shut-out Henry 14-0

        STANFORD, KY. – What a difference a year makes.
        A season after the Bullitt Central defense averaged giving up 30 points a game and allowed at least 18 points in ten of the 11 games, the Cougars started 2016 with a shut-out on Friday, beating Henry County 14-0 in the PBK Bank Death Valley Bowl at Lincoln County High School.
        First-year head coach Matt Kuehn, who was the defensive coordinator last season when the focus was on offense, was pleased with the opening win.

  • Abnee steps in and leads Eagles to victory

        HEBRON ESTATES -- Look past the sweating brow of North Bullitt head football coach Adam Billings and you will see a smile.
        Coaches don’t always give glowing praise of their teams after the opening game.
        However, after watching his North Bullitt Eagles shut out Woodford County 20-0, Billings had a big smile.
        “I feel pretty good tonight,” Billings said as his Eagles controlled the contest after taking a 7-0 halftime lead.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning August 21, 2016

     

  • Bowling Green sub teacher sentenced on child porn charges

     BOWLING GREEN – A substitute teacher, formerly employed by the Bowling Green (Kentucky) School system, was sentenced to ten years in prison and a lifetime of supervised release this week in United States District Court, by United States District Judge Greg N. Stivers for possession and distribution of child pornography, announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Former medical office manager sentenced for fraud, i.d. theft

     LOUISVILLE – United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. today announced the sentencing of a former medical office manager to 20 months in prison, on Wednesday, August 19, 2016, by Senior District Judge Thomas B. Russell, for committing health care fraud and aggravated identity theft.

  • Louisville business owner charged with tax evasion

     LOUISVILLE, Ky. – United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. today announced the indictment this week, of former Louisville business owner Lawrence P. Tatem, for willful failure to file federal income tax returns during a four-year period and evasion of payment of taxes, penalties, and assessments totaling $533,498 from a two-year period.

  • Pharmacy owner, doctor, charged in Internet scheme
  • LG&E and KU thank customers for recycling 40,000 appliances

     LOUISVILLE – When it comes to protecting the environment and better managing energy use as a community, a little can go a long way. Customer participation in Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company’s Fridge and Freezer Recycling Program is proving just how far. Thanks to their participation, the utilities are celebrating a significant milestone – 40,000 appliances recycled.

  • BLMS teachers get interesting day of orientation lessons

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Lick Middle School teaching staff went to jail.

    They also went to the neighborhoods and homes of their students.

    And they heard from members of a drug awareness coalition.

    All of the events were part of the BLMS teacher orientation day.

    Principal Lee Barger said the day was designed to help the staff get a glimpse into some of the issues their students could be dealing with while they are struggling toward success in the classroom.

  • New tracks will alter the fan experience for football

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The great news is that the new tracks at the three Bullitt County High Schools are nearly complete.

    In fact, the track at North Bullitt is finished and even rubberized and lined.

    While that is really great news for the area track programs, it will cause a few headaches for area football fans as was obvious last Friday night at Bullitt East as the team was scrimmaging Fern Creek.