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Today's News

  • CLASS of 1945

     The Shepherdsville High School Class of 1945 held its 68th class reunion recently at Cattleman’s Roadhouse Restaurant.

    It was the 19th straight year that the classmates have gathered together for a reunion.

    Of the 32 original class members, 15 are still living.

    Classmate Richard Hines has hosted the event every year since the 50th reunion.

  • Cougars need inner-strength to win Friday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Bullitt Central Cougars lost a lot of their ‘mojo’ last Friday when they were speared by Bullitt East.

    Now, there isn’t a lot of time for the maroon and gray to regain what was lost. But, the season is not lost or over.

  • THE CLASH: Chargers could claim a pair of crowns on Friday

      HEBRON ESTATES – Normally, every meeting in The Clash between Bullitt East and North Bullitt has something important riding on it, even if it is just county pride.

    For the Bullitt East Chargers, they are not one, but two key goals that could be reached on Friday night when the red and gold hit the road and travel across Bells Mill Road to take on the Eagles in the annual grudge match.

  • The real season is here for youth football

     What a difference a week makes. After playing through one of the wettest days in recent memory in Week 8, The Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League had a nearly perfect fall day on Saturday for the last games of the regular season on Saturday. It was so nice that they decided to do it again on Sunday with a handful of the ‘feed-in’ games contested on Sunday to get the four age divisions down to eight teams for the first-round of the post-season this Saturday.

  • Public can help schools earn funds, promote safe driving

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - With the community's assistance, two local high schools could earn a substantial amount of money while promoting safe driving.

    State Farm Insurance is hosting its national Celebrate My Drive campaign, a celebration of teen driving safety. The event is being held during National Teen Driver Safety Week, Oct. 18-26.

    The Bullitt Central and North Bullitt High School Youth Service Centers have both registered for an online voting competition, with the national winner earning $100,000 and a visit from musician Kelly Clarkson.

  • Eastside Middle School to have big reveal party, featured on four radio stations Monday for Ultimate Teacher's Lounge contest

    MOUNT WASHINGTON-- Eastside Middle School is abuzz with excitement for the big party Monday. 

    The school recently won the Ultimate Teacher's Lounge contest sponsored by SummitMedia which runs the following radio stations: Lite 106.9, 107.7 The Eagle, New Country Q103.1 and Country Legends 103.9.

    All of the stations will be at the school Monday during the reveal party from 8 to 10 a.m. to do a live broadcast.

  • WINEFEST returns Saturday to Bullitt Fairgrounds

     CLERMONT - While foliage and pumpkins are celebrated just down the road at Bernheim Forest, another event will be celebrating grapes.

    The Bullitt County Wine Fest, presented by the Kentucky WInery Association, will take place Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Bullitt County Fairgrounds.

    KWA treasurer and founder Eddie ODaniel said 15 state wineries will participate this year.

    “That makes us the largest Kentucky Wine Association festival in the state,” he said.

  • Motorists in Pioneer Village may have new place to stop vehicles

     PIONEER VILLAGE - Motorists passing through Spring Meadows subdivision might pay a little more attention in the coming months.

    To slow motorists on the street which runs between John Harper Highway and Summit Drive, a trio of three-way stop signs were installed years ago at Spring Meadow Court, Springdale Court and Springfield Court.

    As time passed, developer Jim Walser built a number of patio homes at the southern end of the street. Speed humps were initially installed on the private streets.

  • BE’s Pruitt competes in girls’ state tourney

     BOWLING GREEN - Bullitt East senior Olivia Pruitt competed on Friday in the Leachman Buick/GMC Girls’ Kentucky State Golf Tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club.

    Pruitt was the first Bullitt County player to advance to the state tournament since the entire Bullitt East Lady Charger squad finished second in the regional tournament in 2010 and played in the big show.

  • What happens when called for jury duty

      Jury duty is perhaps one of the areas that creates the most questions for our office. 

    The first question is usually, “why me?”  Jurors are selected for service by the The Kentucky Court of Justice Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).

    The Kentucky Court of Justice strives to ensure that jury pools are a true representation of Kentucky’s population. The AOC compiles a master list of prospective jurors for the entire state on a per county basis.