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Today's News

  • Countywide burn ban canceled

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County open burning bad was canceled following Tuesday's severe weather front.

        State forestry and local fire officials agreed that the risk of uncontrolled fires from open burning was tremendously reduced following the heavy rains.

        County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts rescinded an executive order banning open burning throughout the county effective immediately.

  • HOLIDAYS: NOVEMBER 2010

    NOVEMBER 2010

     

    MONTH:

  • Courageous effort falls short for Bullitt East

        BARDSTOWN - Doug Preston knew his team would show up to battle on Friday night against the Nelson County Cardinals.

        The team, despite several key injuries and a lack of varsity experience, had fought every night of the season.

        On Friday, Bullitt East would end its season on positive note.

        Despite the 41-28 setback to the host Cardinals, Preston was very proud of his players.

  • BULLITT COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALENDAR: OCTOBER 2010

    BULLITT COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALENDAR OF EVENTS: OCTOBER 2010

    HOLIDAYS:

    31:

    HALLOWEEN - SUNDAY

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    ANNOUNCEMENTS:

    7:

    Agenda items due by noon

    SBDM agenda and minutes due

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    13:

    EARLY RELEASE DAY (2 hours)

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    15:

    National Boss' Day

  • HOLIDAYS: OCTOBER 2010

    OCTOBER 2010

    MONTH:

    Adopt-A-Shelter Dog

    Animal Safety and Protection

    Antidepressant Death Awareness

    Apple

    Bake and Decorate

    Breast Cancer Awareness

    Caffeine Addiction Recovery

    Celebrating the Bilingual Child

    Celiac Disease Awareness

    Children's Magazine

    Chili

    Chiropractic

    Church Library

    Class Reunion

    Co-op Awareness

    Crime Prevention

    Cyber Security Awareness

    Cut Out Dissection

  • BULLITT COUNTY ROADWORK: Week of October 25

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Highway District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled in Bullitt County for the week of October 25:

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  • MW teen hospitalized after colliding with a guard rail

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - A collision with a guard rail left a car crumpled and its driver hospitalized following an accident on Tuesday morning.

        Police said 17-year-old Lillian Miller was very lucky when she escaped the Honda Civic she was driving after crashing into a guard rail on Wales Run Rd. at the intersection of Greenbriar Rd.

  • BULLITT COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALENDAR: NOVEMBER 2010

    Bullitt County Schools Calendar of Events - November 2010

    HOLIDAYS:

    25:

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

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    26:

    THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - NO SCHOOL ee" BOARD OF EDUCATION CLOSED

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    ANNOUNCEMENTS:

    2:

    NO SCHOOL ee" PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY

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    4:

    AGENDA ITEMS DUE BY NOON

  • Pride on the line as Chargers close season at Nelson

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - Pride will be on the line Friday night when the Bullitt East Chargers close out the 2010 season with a trip to Bardstown to take on Nelson County in the annual battle for the Bourbon Barrel.

        The Chargers will try to regroup for a final time this season after being knocked out of the Class 4-A play-offs last Friday in a 30-14 setback to LaRue County. It will mark the first time in over a decade that Bullitt East will not make the post-season.

  • 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.