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Today's News

  • Second Chances program 'Batty for Bats'

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — Students throughout the county were prepared for Dracula and his friends thanks for Second Chances Wildlife Center and the Bullitt County Public Libraries.

    Throughout the month of October, Second Chances founder Brigette Williams visited the libraries to educate residents on bats as part of BCPL’s “Batty for Bats” program.

    Williams informed them that vampire bats don’t really turn into vampires and the bats found in Kentucky are from the microbat category, which mostly feed on smaller things like insects.

  • Moving companies resolve false claims allegations
  • Icy conditions close down schools

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - When the superintendent of schools gets stuck on an icy hill, you can bet that he’s not going to put others at risk.

    Dr. Keith Davis found himself stuck on Brooks Hill Road Monday morning.

    After his first call to delay classes by two hours due to icy spots, Davis quickly found out that it was too risky to hold school.

  • Third person enters race for co. judge/executive

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The election deadline is looming but filings have been less than expected.

    A major filing over the past week was Tony Thompson, who will make a second run for the county judge’s position on the Democratic ticket.

    Incumbent Melanie Roberts will have a Republican primary challenge from Jerry Summers, a longtime executive with Jim Beam Brands.

    The winner of the primary races will meet in the fall general election.

  • Prewitt selected as local Partner of Year

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Lisa Prewitt, from Our Lady of Peace/KentuckyOne Health, was selected as the 2017 Partners in Prevention’s Partner of the Year. 

    According to chairman Sarah Smith, the board chose Prewitt for her years as a loyal and dedicated member.

    During her time with the PIP committee, Prewitt has led drug prevention efforts for the county at many of the middle and high schools. 

  • Big third quarter lifts North past Central

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A two-point lead for North Bullitt at halftime expanded to double-digits early in the second half and the Eagles went onto beat arch-rival Bullitt Central 62-51 on Friday in the first of the two meetings between the teams this winter.

    North Bullitt opened the third quarter with an 11-3 surge that moved to 15-5 late in the third frame. The Eagles were up 42-31 entering the fourth quarter and Bullitt Central could get no closer than six points (44-38) the rest of the way.

  • Lady Eagles have no trouble with Central

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – There were no surprises on Friday as the North Bullitt Lady Eagles rolled to a 63-21 victory over Bullitt Central in a contest that was as lopsided as the final score would indicate.

    North Bullitt rolled big despite the fact that senior guard Hailey Free, who has signed with Pikeville, missed the game after suffering a sprained ankle two nights earlier in a win over Fern Creek. Lady Eagle head coach David Marion was expecting Free to take the court again over the weekend in a game against South Laurel.

  • Mixed results for BE teams in Florida

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- The two Bukllitt East basketball programs spent the week between Christmas and New Years in Florida with each team playing three games, but in different locations.

    Chargers Win Two

    Playing in Panama City Beach in Florida in the Marlin Christmas Classic, the Chargers split a pair of close games before romping to an easy win over the host school in the final contest.

    First, the Chargers picked up a win as they turned back East Hamilton, a team from Ooltewah, Tennessee by a 71-67 count.

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  • LWC crews working multiple cold weather water main breaks

     The temperatures are over 30 degrees warmer than last week, but Louisville Water is still dealing with the remnants of last week’s artic weather.

    Since January 1, crews have repaired 122 water main breaks throughout the service area.

    Today, Louisville Water is repairing another 12 pipes that have broken. A typical day for Louisville Water is repairing two to three breaks.