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Today's News

  • All clear after NB gas leak

        HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt High School received an all clear following a brief evacuation Thursday morning.

        Principal Tracey Lamb said students were evacuated due to a gas smell within the building.

        Zoneton Fire units responded to the school. No gas leaks were detected upon an investigation.

        Students were evacuated approximately 15 minutes, Lamb said.

  • Man charged in apartment bomb incident

    UPDATE: 09/13

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - A resident in a local apartment complex has been charged in an incident Friday night.

        Jason Napper, 38, of Shepherdsville, was charged on Monday with seven counts of wanton endangerment.

        According to a release from the Shepherdsville police department, Napper was treated for injuries occurring when an explosion occurred at LaPort Apartments.

  • MW teen hospitalized after being struck on 44

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - A local teenager was taken to the hospital this morning after he was struck by a car while crossing Highway 44.

        The incident occurred around 7 a.m. near Bullitt East High School when police said the 15-16 year-old victim was crossing the street on his way to school.

        Officer S.D. Hill of the Mount Washington Police Department said witnesses claimed he darted in front of two cars, missing the first car before being hit by a vehicle traveling in the westbound lane.

  • Plenty of Down Home Old Fashion Celebration to go around this weekend

    LEBANON JUNCTION - It’s that time of year again.

        Time to let loose and have some good ole fashion fun at the 61st annual  Old Fashion Days Festival in downtown Lebanon Junction.

        This year’s event is sure to please, offering the same great family friendly attractions that folks have come to love, as well as a few new favorites.

  • Emergency at jail solved as panel to be repaired

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Being trapped inside a pair of jail doors is not a pleasant experience, whether you are the inmate or the employee.

        And not being sure if the cell doors are locked or not is definitely a dangerous situation for the deputies.

        Feeling that the security of the jail was at a state of emergency, Bullitt Fiscal Court was able to purchase a new control panel Tuesday.

  • HOLIDAYS: SEPTEMBER 2010

    SEPTEMBER 2010

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    MONTH:

    Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery

    All-American Breakfast/Better Breakfast

    America on the Move

    Atrial Fibrillation Awareness

    Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

    Baby Safety

    Backpack Safety America

    Be Kind to Editors and Writers

    Biscuit

    Chicken

    Childhood Cancer Awareness

    Children's Good Manners

    Cholesterol Education

    College Savings

    Coupon

  • BULLITT COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALENDAR: SEPTEMBER 2010

    Bullitt County Schools Calendar of Events - September 2010

    HOLIDAYS:

    6:

    LABOR DAY ee" NO SCHOOL ee" BOARD OF EDUCATION CLOSED

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    ANNOUNCEMENTS:

    9:

    AGENDA ITEMS DUE BY NOON

    SBDM AGENDA/MINUTES DUE

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    15:

    EARLY RELEASE DAY (2 HOURS)

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    13-24:

    FALL KCCT TESTING

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    16:

  • BOIL WATER ADVISORY EXPANDED

    UPDATE: 09/28

        Louisville Water Company has expanded the Boil Water Advisory issued Monday morning to include approximately 500 customers in northern Bullitt County and southern Jefferson County who are served by the Brooks Hill elevated water storage tank.

        Water quality sampling tests following a water main break on Sunday night indicate additional sampling is mecessary.

  • UPDATE: Louisville Water lifts boil water advisory

    LOUISVILLE - The Boil Water Advisory issued for Louisville Water Company customers served by the Brooks Hill and Martins Hill elevated tanks has been lifted with the exception of customers on Yorkshire Blvd and Burden.

        Customers should discard the ice in their automatic ice machines and allow the water to run for two minutes on chilled refrigerator lines before using.

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