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Today's News

  • First Home Match

     For the first time in the program’s history, North Bullitt hosted a wrestling match on Wednesday.

    The opponent was Holy Cross, but the Cougars only brought five wrestlers.

    North Bullitt did win three of the five matches contested and easily won the meet because of the forfeits involved.

    Local wrestlings next big event will be on Feb. 1 when the three local programs will meet at Bullitt East for the first tri-match in county history.

  • Conservation district sponsors dead animal removal program funding in Bullitt County

    The Bullitt County Conservation District in cooperation with the KY Division of Conservation sponsor this service.  There will be a $10 co-pay per cow and $20 co-pay per horse.
     
    We have a contract with Bluegrass Recycling Services Animal Pick-Up out of Winchester, KY.  Provided hereby agrees to pick up dead livestock within the territorial boundaries of the County.
     
    Livestock shall include but not be limited to cattle, horses, hogs, ostrich, llamas, goats and sheep.   No skunks!
     

  • Hillview looks to improve police pay

                HILLVIEW - Police chief Glenn Caple is having a problem and he’s looking to the city council for some possible assistance.

                And the council may have provided some temporary relief.

                To attract and retain police officers, Caple said there are benefits which must be provided, including salary.

  • Topics thought buried resurface for members of Fox Chase council

                FOX CHASE - It appeared to be a dreamy white Christmas at the Fox Chase December council meeting with a former mayor in attendance.

                Unfortunately, another avalanche of controversy filled the room.

                Former mayor and council member Alice White spoke at the meeting in regards to the city's loss of a police contract and a snow removal contract with Pioneer Village.

  • Wines from county part of inauguration

    FRANKFORT - Bullitt County was featured as part of this year's traditional Kentucky Gubernatorial Inauguration festivities.

                Two local wines were selected among the three served during the official inauguration dinner honoring Gov. Steve Beshear.

                MillaNova Winery in Mt. Washington was honored with the selection of its Cabernet Savignon red wine, while Brooks Hill Winery was represented with its Vidal Blanc white wine.

  • ROADWORK: Week of Jan. 9

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled for the week of Jan. 9:

    Bullitt County:

    KY 480 (Cedar Grove Road):  Construction delays possible between Interstate 65 and Cedar Grove Elementary School (mile points 1.0 and 2.0) due to roadway widening.

    Jefferson County:

  • BE No. 2 for this week's boys' LIT

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Chargers earned the number two-seed for this week's Louisville Invitational Tournament at Bellarmine University's Knights Hall.
        With the high seed, Bullitt East will not start play in the 20-team event until Wednesday. The Chargers will battle the winner of Monday's Fairdale-Southern contest at 8:15 p.m.

  • Chargers put the clamps down on Iroquois...twice

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Playing a boy/girl doubleheader at home for the first time since Dec. 2, the Bullitt East basketball teams gave their fans plenty to smile about on Tuesday as the red and gold rolled to a sweep of Iroquois by lopsided scores.
        The boys played first on this night and Bullitt East bolted out of the gate and never looked back as they crushed a Raider team that game into the game with a winning record by a 77-40 score.

  • East's Young could miss rest of season

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Bullitt East Chargers got some bad news last week when it was learned that 6-6 junior Elliot Young will probably miss the rest of the season with a stress fracture in his back.
        The injury came up on the trip to Florida in the opening game and at that point it was thought that the injury was back spasms. Young then sat out the last three games of the Florida trip before returning home and seeing a doctor. It was then that the stress fracture was detected.

  • Frustration for Lady Cougars in setback on the road at PRP

        SHIVELY - There was more than enough frustration to go around for the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars on Tuesday as a late-game collapse allowed Pleasure Ridge Park to rally for a 58-53 win at home.
        Bullitt Central (8-5) had strong stretches in the first half racing out to a 15-6 lead after one quarter and a late surge just before halftime gave the maroon and gray a 31-22 lead. With the opening basket of the second half by junior Kristen Collins, the lead swelled to 33-22.