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Today's News

  • Caple selected police chief in Hillview

        HILLVIEW - A 12-year veteran of the Hillview Police Department has been selected as the new chief.

        Glenn Caple, who has served in law enforcement the past 18 years, was selected by Hillview mayor Jim Eadens to take control over the police department.

        Aaron Yates resigned for another position in law enforcement after serving the past two years as Hillview’s chief.

  • District jury clear man of sexual misconduct

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - A Bullitt District Court jury recently acquitted a man charged with two counts of sexual misconduct.

        The six-member jury panel deliberated for nearly an hour before acquitting Nathaniel Hardy on the two misdemeanor accounts.

        Hardy was charged for a Feb. 18, 2009, incident in northern Bullitt County. He also faces a felony charge on another incident involving his involvement with a teenage girl in Pioneer Village.

  • Thursday Night - Marion visits NB with top spot near

        HEBRON ESTATES - The second of three straight ‘big games’ for the North Bullitt Eagles to close out the regular season will be on tap Thursday this week as the green and gold play host to district rival Marion County.

        Both teams have already wrapped up a spot in the Class 5-A play-offs, but a home game in the first-round will be on the line for the winner. North Bullitt will get the number two seed behind Collins with a win while Marion County will get the district’s number one seed if the Knights win on Thursday.

  • Trish Korte earns Alma Lesch award

        LOUISVILLE - Since 2002, the Alma Lesch Memorial Award has been presented annually at the Kentucky State Fair for fiber or textile work using innovation in color or technique. The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft administers the award, and is proud to announce that the 2010 Alma Lesch Memorial Award winner is Trish Korte for her piece titled “Red Vessel”. Measuring 10” X 7” X 7”, this felted vessel is made of merino wool and mohair and embellished with glass beads.

  • East stuns Central in final V-ball tune-up

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The final intra-county volleyball game of the regular season could well be a preview of the madness that could take place in next week’s 29th District Tournament at North Bullitt.

    Meeting in Shepherdsville on Tuesday, Bullitt East and Bullitt Central battled for every point before the Lady Chargers showed why there is very little difference between the top and bottom team in the district this season as the red and gold pulled out a 25-19, 24-26, 25-15 victory.

  • Local CC teams learning the ropes

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The area cross-country teams are still getting up to speed for the 2010 season but the early results have been promising, both on an individual as well as a team perspective.

    Central Hardin Invitational

        This past Saturday, a number of Bullitt Central and Bullitt East runners competed in the Central Hardin Invitational at Freeman Lake Park in Radcliff.

  • Adult education turns new page

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - When the structure of the adult and community education program was altered earlier this summer, there was some concerns.

    However, Donna Miller, director of the Bullitt County campus of Jefferson Community and Technical College, believes both programs will land on their feet.

    The college has taken over the management of the adult education program, while the Bullitt County Public School System still operates the community education portion.

    “I think I have assembled an excellent team of teachers,” said Miller.

  • MW looking to get something done on lot

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - On the corner of First Street and Old Bardstown Road there’s an abandoned fuel station that has stood unoccupied for so long the sign in front of it advertises gasoline for $1.84 a gallon.

        For more than five years Code Enforcement Officer Mike Bowen has received several complaints about the property’s poor maintenance and he’s not the only one.

        City Council members have been inundated with complaints as well.

  • Vincent proud to be among top 3 high school teachers

        FRANKFORT - After being named one of three finalists for the title of Kentucky High School Teacher of the Year, Bullitt East’s Darrell Vincent sat calmly in the Capitol rotunda as he awaited the announcement of the winner yesterday morning.

        The anticipation built as Kentucky Department of Education Commissioner Terry Holliday commended all the finalists for their dedication.

        “We appreciate and applaud you,” he said.         

  • 'Run' will be the key word in annual battle

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - Two teams on the rise will collide in Mount Washington on Friday in the annual renewal of The Clash as North Bullitt travels to Bullitt East in a monumental district contest.

        Thanks to Bullitt East’s overtime victory against Marion County last week, this game suddenly has major post-season implications. While it appears that both teams are safely into the play-offs, the winner on Friday will be in a strong position to host a first-round game in the Class 4-A post-season.