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Today's News

  • WE principles form country, visionaries are needed

        In reflecting upon the editor’s suggestion of forming the WE Party, I thought about our past political leaders and their political party affiliations. If I could guide the founding of the party of WE I would want it to embody the spirit of a Jefferson Democrat and a Lincoln Republican; a Teddy Roosevelt Republican and an FDR Democrat; an Eisenhower Republican and a JFK Democrat.

  • VIP youth unveil their posters

    The Very Important Partner (VIP) Youth Poster Campaign recognizes youth who model a drug-free life. Nominated youths write an essay, go through an interview and vetting process and are chosen for their example of drug-free choices.

    The 2010 VIP youth unveiled their posters at a ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 12, at the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

  • Closed sessions only good when used for proper areas of law

        The media hates executive sessions, a nice way of saying our government leaders are hid away behind closed doors.

        Of course, the media isn’t pleased in judicial settings when judges and attorneys talk at the bench and we can’t hear them.

        But, journalists are resigned to the fact that under certain specific situations, elected officials have the right to discuss things as a group in private.

  • East needs to refocus Friday

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Chargers were flying high over the weekend after beating arch-rival Bullitt Central on Friday, but the red and gold need to get their feet firmly back on the ground quickly as they move into district play this week when they play host to Shelby County.

        Bullitt East played Shelby County a year ago, losing 63-15 in what was the low-water mark of the 2009 campaign.

  • Students need to look for their special 'spark'

    Editor’s Note: The following is a story on a seminar held for students during the past school year. It is a perfect way for students to get the year started.

    HEBRON ESTATES - What sparked you to do what you do?

    A panel of adults from all walks of life recently talked with a group of North Bullitt High School students. Part of that discussion was to light a spark in the minds of the juniors and seniors in attendance.

  • Connect at Bernheim to return

    CONNECT at Bernheim is a nighttime collision of art, music, science and technology around Lake Nevin. Artists, scientists, naturalists, progressive thinkers and innocent bystanders unite in this celebration of creativity and technology-informed, infused and surrounded by nature.

    CONNECT is Bernheim’s grand invitation for all to experiment, play, dance and dream. One can participate in the madness or simply enjoy the sights and sounds.

    Saturday, Sept. 11 5:52pm - 9:52pm (Two hours before and after sunset). Enter at the Sunset Amphitheatre on Lake Nevin.

  • First zoning hurdle cleared for 200 jobs

        HILLVIEW - The first step to what may be landing a manufacturing plant that could eventually hire up to 200 employees was taken last week.

        However, the public hearing before the Bullitt County Joint Planning Commission got off to a rocky start.

        Needing an attorney to represent the Willabrook, Inc. partnership, John Wooldridge stepped to the forefront to present that case, as well as his client’s, G.W. Chandler.

  • North ready to battle Wildcats

        HEBRON ESTATES - The North Bullitt Eagles will get a chance to use some of their newly acquired confidence on Friday when they play host to Waggener in the final non-district regular season game until the final game of the season.

        North Bullitt snapped a nine-game losing streak last week with a 21-7 victory over Woodford County and they will be looking for more this week.

        A year ago, the Eagles turned back Waggener 23-9.

  • Brainstorming held to bring ACT scores up in area

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - The fact that Bullitt County Public Schools’ ACT composite score has fallen behind the state’s average over the past few months has prompted concerns that perhaps BCPS students aren’t as prepared as they could be for college or life after high school.

  • Bernheim students make impressive Beta performance

    CLERMONT - A total of 36 Bernheim Middle School students competed in the National Junior Beta Club convention in Louisville.

    Participants were students previously place in the top three in their events at the state level.

    The overall theme of this year’s competition was “Circle of Winners,” playing on a horse racing theme to honor Louisville as the host city.

    Kristina Glidewell’s 24x36 watercolor painting of three race horses coming head on won top honors.