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Today's News

  • Fox Chase works to upgrade its website

     FOX CHASE - A technology upgrade has allowed the CIty of Fox Chase to revamp its official website.

    The city council met with Phillip Price, a Hunters Hollow city commissioner and one of the website developers.

    Price informed the council that both cities' website locations, as well as the city of Pioneer Village site, were hacked into.

    The three sites were developed together, having similar features and templates. Price said he talked to the website hosts about re-creating each site.

  • BBB Tips for Veterans Day
  • Awful opening half sinks Cougars Friday

      RADCLIFF – A season that had started so quickly for Bullitt Central, came to an even quicker end on Friday as the Cougars were bumped from the Class 5-A play-offs by traditional power John Hardin by a 43-14 score.

    For all intents and purposes, this game was over midway through the second quarter. By the 6:01 mark, the Bulldogs had pulled ahead 36-0, putting the running clock in order for the rest of the game. John Hardin scored on six of seven possessions in the first half and led 43-0 by halftime. The Cougars did not score until the fourth quarter.

  • Eagles make strong run before falling on the road

     LEITCHFIELD - The Grayson County Cougars looked a lot better in person than on film.

    And quarterback Talon Gary, who had seen as much time at wide receiver, may have played his best game in directing the Cougar offense to 34-26 victory over the North Bullitt Eagles.

    The loss ended the season for  coach Brett Newton’s team.

    The Cougars will advance to a Friday night battle against the homestanding Bullitt East Chargers in the second round of the playoffs.

  • East grabs first post-season win since ‘08

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – A golden defensive effort was more than enough for the Bullitt East Chargers on Friday as they opened the Class 5-A play-offs at home with a 30-7 victory over North Hardin.

    The win was the first for Bullitt East in post-season play since 2008 when the red and gold won four straight games before losing in the state final to Bell County.

    It was just two years ago that North Hardin last made a visit to Mount Washington for the play-offs. In 2011, the Trojans left with a 35-14 victory.

  • HIDE unit to be renamed drug task force

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Over the past three years, there has been an operation in place whose sole task has been to get drugs off the streets in Bullitt County.

    Most of those operations have been under the radar of the public.

    Understanding that the public might not realize what has been going on under through the High Intensity Drug Enforcement unit of the sheriff’s office, Greenwell has brought back a more familiar name -- the Bullitt County Drug Task Force.

  • Utterback excited about new role as FRC coordinator

     HILLVIEW - Two Bullitt County elementary schools are once again receiving substantial family resources thanks to the hiring of a new coordinator.

    Tiffani Utterback was selected as the new Family Resource Center coordinator for Maryville and Overdale Elementary.

    A Mount Washington resident, Utterback is a self-proclaimed "military brat" with family originally from the Louisville area.

  • Sewer rate discussion could favor city's customers

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It's happened in other Bullitt County cities this year, but Shepherdsville may have raised the most stink in regards to sewer rates.

    The Shepherdsville City Council discussed sewer rates, bills, collection issues and future plans during a city business meeting. However, no official action was taken.

    Council member Faith Portman requested that the issue be brought up again for discussion during the next business meeting. Portman proposed a decreased rate of 7 percent.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning Nov. 11, 2013

     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 

  • Scouting for Food around corner

     Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from several scout units across Bullitt County will be collecting canned goods and other non-perishable food on Saturday, November 16 and/or Saturday, November 23.

    Scouts will be walking neighborhoods to place informational flyers on doors the week before so that residents will know which Saturday the collection will be conducted in their area.  Some units may also place signs along main roads or subdivisions streets as additional reminders and to increase public awareness about the food drive.