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Today's News

  • Local Legion Post part of ceremony to return dog tags from Vietnam War

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- At some time during his year of service in Vietnam, Lance Cpl. Raymond Spalding lost his dog tags.

    After serving six years in the U.S. Marine Corp, the qualified sharpshooter would return home to Louisville.

    Without his dog tags.

    Life would go on for Spalding as he would marry his longtime sweetheart, Teresa. He would work at Ford Motor Company for over 30 years and would be a member of the United Auto Workers 862.

  • Salt River DAR chapter part of Continental Congress

     Karen Wallace, Regent and Patricia Conway, Treasurer of the Salt River Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, attended the 125th Continental Congress in Washington, D.C., on June 14-19, 2016.

  • A new era in Charger football under Sander

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It will be the dawn of a new era in Bullitt East football on Friday when first-year head coach Mark Sander leads his team onto the field at home against Eastern High School.

  • New coach means new look for ‘16 Cougars

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Last season, the Bullitt Central Cougars filled the Friday night skies with footballs led by quarterback Cameron Dukes and wide receiver Chase Craddock.

    The year before that, the maroon and gray put the ball in the hands of running back Trevor Carnell and let him carry the load.

  • Katie Stephens new Bernheim principal

        CLERMONT -- After one year working as Bullitt Central High School assistant principal, Katie Stephens has the opportunity to lead her own facility.
        She is the new Bernheim Middle School Principal succeeding Troy Kolb who is the new district Director of Special Education.

  • ‘Missing’ water found located in Lebanon Junction

        LEBANON JUNCTION—The case of the missing water has been solved.
        According to Lebanon Junction Public Works Director Chaz Sullivan, the water meter at the truck stop has been getting stuck and consequentially not recording the proper water usage.
        During a 10-minute test that used 165 gallons, Sullivan said the meter only showed five gallons passed through.
        A 20-minute test showed a 45 percent loss.

  • One arrested as shots fired in local motel

      SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Police arrested a man Monday morning at the Sleep Inn after reports of shots being fired in the business.

    Christian J. Jefferies, 18, of Louisville, was arrested by Shepherdsville police and charged with theft by unlawful taking, wanton endangerment (two counts), possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and public intoxication.

  • McDonald makes it four Chargers going to Brescia

        MOUNT WASHINGTON – It’s all about team.
        Having good teammates paid big dividends for Bullitt East baseball standout Zach McDonald this summer when he received and accepted an offer to continue his diamond career at Brescia University in Owensboro.
        McDonald becomes the fourth, and final, Charger player to sign with Bearcats’ head coach Andrew Dickson.

  • BC’s youth hoping to learn from past success

        SHEPHERDSVILLE – No matter how you look at it, Bullitt Central’s boys’ soccer program had a breakout season in 2015.
        For the first time ever, the team won a 23rd District title, beating Southern 1-0 on penalty kicks, and then the Cougars beat Bullitt East 4-3 for the first regional win in program history. The run didn’t end until a 3-0 loss to Fairdale on the artificial turf at Mercy High School in the Sixth Region semi-finals.

  • Eagles look for rise to top of the district

        HEBRON ESTATES – North Bullitt boys’ soccer coach Eddie Fightmaster wants more.
        The second year Eagle head coach wants more players.
        Heading into Monday’s season-opener against DeSales, North Bullitt has just 20 players in the program. With one of those players being an eighth-grader, that leaves just 19 players for varsity contests.
        With a better than average season a year ago and stability at the top, the coach thought his numbers would be improved.