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Today's News

  • Going to be the best in the world

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - Mariann Berkedal may be from Norway, but the former Bullitt East exchange student called Mount Washington her second home and if you asked she would tell you just how much it has meant to her.

        Besides giving her a second family and lifelong friends, Berkedal said her stint in Mount Washington helped her become more confident and independent.

  • New LJ police station honors fallen officers

        LEBANON JUNCTION - Main Street was the scene of celebration and remembrance on Saturday afternoon as dozens gathered to dedicate the new home of the Lebanon Junction Police Department.

         In honor of those who have served the city, two particular Lebanon Junction families were recognized for their contributions to LJPD.

  • Some safety tips for your little trick or treaters

    Source:  Deana Reed, extension specialist for 4-H youth development

     

        Free candy, superheroes, princesses, ghouls and goblins, what’s not to like about Halloween?  Children look forward to it from planning that special outfit to vying to get the most candy.

        Creating a costume can be the most fun.  But safety and comfort should be the first two considerations.

  • Western Bullitt County fires under control

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  • THE GAME: Big lines set to collide in county's oldest rivalry

        HEBRON ESTATES - The 2010 football regular season will end with a bang on Friday as Bullitt Central travels to North Bullitt for the 35th renewal of The Game, the longest running rivalry in local football.

        For the first time in a number of years, the showdown appears to have two equal teams with no clear-cut favorite. Both teams enter play on Friday with 6-3 records and both have already claimed a number two seed for the upcoming play-offs with each team playing a home opener when the post-season starts on Nov. 5.

  • Hillview police stop vehicle, locate meth lab

        HILLVIEW - A routine traffic stop suddenly became a much more serious incident.

        According to Hillview police chief Glenn Caple, officer Scott Creason recently made a traffic stop at the corner of Meadowwood and Brookley.

        When the officer pulled over the vehicle driven by Misty Flint, he smelled chemicals.

        With consent to search, the officer found a backpack with a mobile meth lab cooking.

        The Bullitt County Drug Task Force was called to the scene.

  • KSP Offers Trick or Treating Safety Tips

        FRANKFORT – Before you know it ghosts and goblins will be running in the streets to trick-or-treat and Kentucky State Police want to make sure your kids stay safe this Halloween.

     

        Lt. David Jude, Spokesperson for KSP, says the agency wants the children to have a fun but safe trick or treating experience.

     

  • Bulldogs take a bite out of BC's confidence

        ELIZABETHTOWN - The John Hardin Bulldogs displayed why they might have a shot to improve on last year’s state runner-up position in the state Class 5-A championship.

        With senior Landon Savoy slashing and dashing his way to five touchdowns, the host Bulldogs easily dispatched of the Bullitt Central Cougars 52-7 to win the district title for a second straight season.

  • LaRue knocks East out of play-off spot

        HODGENVILLE - The Bullitt East Chargers suffered a frustrating 30-14 loss to Class 4-A District rival LaRue County on Friday.

        The setback eliminated Bullitt East from the play-offs for the first time in over a decade. The Chargers finished in a fourth place tie with LaRue County in the district race, but the Hawks earned the final play-off berth based on the win over Bullitt East on Friday.

        The Chargers are now 4-5 overall and closed out 2-3 in the district race.

  • Eagles shut out the lights on the Knights

        HEBRON ESTATES - Trailing 16-14 after Marion County returned a fumble 60 yards for a touchdown midway through the third quarter, the North Bullitt Eagles needed to get back to the basics if they wanted to be playing at home in the first round of the Class 4-A play-offs in two weeks.

        Mission accomplished.

        The green and gold put together a 10-play, 52-yard drive that shifted the momentum squarely back on the side of the home team. The defense then did the rest as the Eagles garnered a 28-16 victory on Thursday night.