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Today's News

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning Sept. 23, 2013

     Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory 

    nature and is subject to change with no notice. 

    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may 

    work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  

    Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and 

  • The road hits back as Central falls at McCracken

     PADUCAH, KY. – Bullitt Central’s early season momentum came to a screeching halt on Saturday night as the Cougars did very little right in a 48-0 loss on the road at McCracken County.

         After winning three straight games to open the season, the Cougars were looking to find out a little more about themselves against better competition. What the team learned is that they still have a lot of work ahead of them if they are going to make this a successful season.

  • Eagles find no joy on homecoming night

     HEBRON ESTATES -- The best decisions on a dismal night occurred before and after the Friday encounter between Oldham County and North Bullitt.

  • Science on Wheels

    Students at Cedar Grove and Mount Washington Elementary schools were recently visited by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's Mobile Science Center. The program travels to more than 50 schools a year with the target on fourth graders, although it is also presented to students throughout the eighth grade.

  • MW tries to deal with smelly issue near plant

     It’s a stinky situation. One the city of Mount Washington is taking more steps to solve.

    At Monday night’s city council meeting, City Sewer Superintendent Tim Johson gave an update on combating odor. He said he did some research and has isolated hydrosulfide as the problem.

    “It releases the gases that they’re smelling and eats at the concrete,” Johnson said.

    He said he thinks removing that element at the pump stations could be the key to getting rid of the smell before it even reaches the treatment plant.

  • Parade will continue to be focal point again in annual OFD festival

     The Lebanon Junction Old Fashioned Days parade is being driven with some new reins this year.

  • Tales of threats, vandalism outlined

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The conflict between Bullitt Fiscal Court and Bullitt County jailer Martha Knox got much more personal Tuesday.

  • Bugs and plants highlight Bernheim's weekend

     Bernheim will be abuzz for its annual BugFest and Fall Plant Sale on Saturday, September 21.

    Take part in an insect safari, join the bug parade and even sample a chocolate-covered cricket at the Nitty Gritty Café.  It’s all part of a day full of activities for children of all ages beginning at 10:00am through 4:00pm.  Click here for a full schedule of BugFest activities.

  • Grants approved for local schools

     1. Safe Schools Coordinator Jaime Goldsmith requests permission to accept a donation from the Bullitt County Partners in Prevention in the form of 555 nine-panel drug screens which will allow the drug testing program to operate as in previous years. This donation will be in the amount of $9,990.00.

  • Undefeated BC and BE hit the road; NB home

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The undefeated Bullitt Central Cougars and Bullitt East Chargers will take a definite step up in competition this week as both programs go on the road.

    Bullitt Central has a road trip for the ages as they will travel to Paducah on Saturday to take on the newly formed McCracken County Mustangs. The game is part of the Patriot Bowl, a three-game showcase of games. The Cougars will travel over 400 miles round-trip on Saturday.