Today's News

  • BE wins the big points against NB

     HEBRON ESTATES – Every point in high school volleyball counts the same, but some are just more important than others.

    The Bullitt East Lady Chargers proved that point on Tuesday as the red and gold won the key points down the stretch in beating arch-rival North Bullitt 25-21, 26-24 on the road.

  • Battered Eagles put up a fight against Rockets

     HEBRON ESTATES – The highlights may have mirrored many of those from the previous week, but on Friday night North Bullitt head coach Adam Billings was much more excited about his team’s performance against visiting Shelby County than he was the previous week in a frustrating loss to Jeffersontown.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning September 10, 2017

     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.


    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.



     Cedar Grove Elementary hosted a Back to School Bash and a Watch D.O.G.S. Kickoff to celebrate the new school year

    Students were able to enjoy the school’s playground equipment, along with bounce houses and obstacle courses.

    P.E. teacher Jimmy Westwood was a good sport by sitting in a dunking booth throughout the event.

    Families visited with representatives from the Shepherdville Police and Southeast Bullitt Fire Department, as well as the Bullitt Central Future Farmers of America program, who brought rabbits and baby chicks for petting.

  • North set to host Shelby on Friday

     HEBRON ESTATES – For the only time during the regular season, there will be just one football game this week as both Bullitt Central (3-0) and Bullitt East (1-2) take the week off before resuming action on Sept. 15.

    The team that will be playing on Friday, North Bullitt, will be playing at home as the Eagles try to bounce back from a difficult 40-25 loss last Thursday to Jeffersontown, a game in which the green and gold led 19-6 with less than two minutes remaining in the first half.

  • Molly Burke Law Office opens in county

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - New attorney offices in Bullitt County hope to provide services that you can bank on.

    Molly Burke Law Office, PLLC, is now open for business in Shepherdsville, within the old Bullitt County Bank building at 340 S. Buckman St. Attorney Molly Burke also owns her original law office in Meade County. The Minnesota native has been in Kentucky for 10 years, seeing Shepherdsville as a prime location to offer her law services.

    “The area was attractive, and it seemed like there was both a market and a need that we can fill,” she said.

  • Century Mortgage opens office in Bullitt County

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Century Mortgage, serving the Bullitt County community since its founding in 1996, now has a business location in Shepherdsville. The national lending company, and Kentucky’s largest privately-held mortgage lending service, is located at 314 S. Beckman St., Suite 3.

    Regional vice-president Garry Settle said the location was centrally-located within the company’s service area, ranging from Southern Indiana to Nashville. He mentioned that the company has been a Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce member for many years.

  • SOLAR ECLIPSE: Bullitt East students get rare view

     MOUNT WASHINGTON—Without a cloud in the sky, 14 Bullitt East students watched the Great North American Eclipse in totality two weeks ago with the help of some encouraging educators and homemade telescopes.

    Bullitt East engineering teacher Darrell Vincent had planned on seeing the eclipse in the path of totality, no matter what the school day had planned. When he realized the trip would be a once-in-a-lifetime learning experience for some of his students, he started to plan a trip that, as some described, would be the highlight of their high school career.

  • Boys’ golf teams racing to improve by post-season

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt East boys’ golf coach Kyle Downs will be the first to admit that when the season began his team was not in a position to challenge for a regional title, something the program strives to do every year.

    But the high school season is two months long and Downs feels that with some productive work that his team can rise to compete for a top two finish and a return trip to the Kentucky State Golf Tournament in October in Bowling Green.

  • Hardin Co. man pleads guilty to child porn possession, distribution

     FRANKFORT – Attorney General Andy Beshear today announced a Hardin County man pleaded guilty to possessing and distributing child pornography. 

    In Hardin Circuit Court on Sept. 5, Eric Easley, 48, of Vine Grove, entered a guilty plea to 40 counts of possession of child pornography and 2 counts of distribution of child pornography, Class D felonies.

    Easley agreed to serve 12 and half years in prison, in addition to lifetime registration as a sex offender and the completion of a sex offender treatment program.