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Today's News

  • Pancake breakfast more than a fund-raiser

     In the world of reporting, it is not unusual to see tears shed.

    But you normally don’t see that happen at a youth baseball all-star game. And, when it happens, the tears normally flow from an upset child after a loss or an angry parent who believes his or her child didn’t get enough playing time.

    On this particular Saturday afternoon, it was a coach shedding tears and apologizing to one of his players.

    He was upset the young man had not gotten into the game. 

    His displeasure in himself led to tears. His own tears.

  • Chargers ready to begin bright new winning era

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – There are few basketball programs in the long history of the sport in Kentucky that will look more different from year to the next than this year’s Bullitt East Chargers.

         First, gone are all five starters from last season’s team that posted a 29-5 record and was ranked as the number one team in the state at times before being upset by Pleasure Ridge Park 40-38 in the semi-finals of the Sixth Region Tournament. That group of players had reached the two previous Kentucky State Basketball Tournaments.

  • City adds no new debt; pays off $1M on loans

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - There was a day, not long ago, that the word "audit" was a bad word in the city of Shepherdsville.

    Today, that's no longer the case: The Shepherdsville CIty Council welcomed a new audit, one that shows no new acquired  debt.

    Jason Strange,  representing Smith & Company CPA's, PLLC, presented the city's official audit to the council.

  • UPDATE: Holidays... MW to light up downtown area

     UPDATE (12/6): Due to poor weather conditions, the city of Mount Washington has canceled this year's Light-Up Mount Washington festivities.

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    The trains are coming, get on board Mount Washington. Next stop: Light Up Mount Washington Dec. 6.

  • Holbrook's senior project helps keep others warm

     Dakota Holbrook wants those receiving her hand-made knitted scarves to feel hope for a brighter future in addition to the warmth they provide during the cold.

    The 18 year-old daughter of Melanie and Tim Holbrook has knitted 30 scarves as part of a required senior project for North Bullitt High School.

    Inspired by a friend’s suggestion, Dakota is donating all of her scarves to Shepherd’s Shelter, an agency who advocates for the homeless in Bullitt County.

  • Over Five Years, District Energy Savings Exceeds $1.46 million

     Diligence at the district and school level has resulted in energy savings of $1.46 million over five years.

         The dollar figure was a key element in an Impact of Performance Contracting and Intelligent Services report by Kyle Johnson of Harshaw-Trane at the October Bullitt County Board of Education meeting.

         Johnson said an energy consumption analysis was performed for the period of January 2009-August 2013 for phases 1, 2 and 3.

  • Osborne honored by radio stations, credit union for having Class Act

    Recently, Old Mill Elementary third grade teacher Jodi Osborne was up to her elbows in applesauce with 75 third graders when she got the call.

    She had won Gen X Radio’s Teacher of the Month contest. One of her awards was a spa day at  Joseph’s Salon & Spa, Osborne jokingly asked the station if she could take her spa day now.

    On Friday she was recognized by the station and Class Act at school. In addition to the spa day, she also received $100 to purchase school supplies for her classroom and a pizza party for her class.

  • Boar's Nest opens great place for food, fun

     It had always been a dream of James Jewell, to own a western-themed restaurant. And on Friday, that became true.

    The Boar’s Nest, named after the bar in “The Dukes of Hazzard,” had its official ribbon cutting with the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce Friday.

    It has been open for about a week now.

    Jewell said it was great to finally be open for business which he started building four and half years ago.

    “I want it to be a good place to come and wat and listen to country music,” he said.

  • Proposal made to get tracks in shape

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- They listened.

  • After rebuilding, Cougars prepared to win

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Following a rebuilding season that saw the team win just ten games, the Bullitt Central Cougars look to parlay a wealth of experience into another successful season this winter.

         It was just two years ago that coach Joe Pat Lee led the Cougars to a 21-9 record. That team lost all five starters, leading to the rebuilding season a year ago.