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Today's News

  • Bad track

     There were no injuries documented in a single car accident that happened last Tuesday, June 25 at Highway 61 and 1020.

    According to the accident report, a 65-year-old female was driving north on Highway 61 and lost control of her vehicle.

    The car, which was a 2005 Volkswagen, went off the side of the road and overturned next to the railroad tracks.

    The female was taken to the University of Louisville Hospital as a precaution, the report said.

  • Summer Baseball Camps

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Baseball camps have become a staple on the summer camp circuit as both Bullitt Central and Bullitt East conduct ed camps for elementary and middle school players.

  • Unofficial Results: Touchstone Energy Midwest 150

     Unofficial Results - Touchstone Energy Midwest 150 presented by Focus Eyewear at Salem Speedway, fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, Saturday, June 22, 2013:

    Jegs CRA All-Star Tour

    Fast Qualifier: Chuck Barnes Jr, 16.987

  • Grand jury issues indictments on drug offenses

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The following individuals have been charged with drug-related offenses by the Bullitt County Grand Jury:

  • BC's Parker heading west for college ball

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Junior college baseball programs in Illinois have suddenly found fertile recruiting grounds here in the heart of Kentucky.

         Recently, Bullitt Central senior Ben Parker signed all the necessary papers to play at Southeastern Illinois Junior College in Harrisburg, Illinois. Parker will join Bullitt Central teammate Cody Powell who had signed with the Falcons earlier. North Bullitt has players presently on coach Jeremy Irlbeck’s team.

  • Despite injury, East's Carter to play in college

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – An injury late in his junior year of high school hampered Bullitt East’s Cameron Carter during his senior season of soccer last fall.

         Still, despite limited playing time for the Chargers as a senior, Carter got the attention of Campbellsville University head coach Adam Preston. The pair saw eye-to-eye on a few things and recently Preston was in Mount Washington to get Carter’s signature to play for the Tigers starting this fall.

  • Bullitt looks to be work ready

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Location, location, location.

  • Comprehensive plan reveals interesting numbers

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- As work continues on the new comprehensive land-use plan, some interesting information has been produced for the first couple of chapters.

  • Camp gives youngsters chance to experiment

     The first all-girl team at the Engineers of Tomorrow summer camp plans to win the robot competition Friday.

    They call themselves, “The Crazy Bots.”

  • Dirt Drag participant injured at fair

     A 13-year-old male competitor was injured last night in the dirt drag racing contest at the Bullitt County Fair last night. 

    Bullitt County Sherriff’s Department Lt. Mike Murdoch said the male lost control of his bike during the race. 

    Murdoch said the male had a dislocated left arm as a result and was unsure of any internal injuries at the time of the accident.