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Today's News

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning July 29, 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 highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis. 

  • KHSAA realigns track/CC starting this fall

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – What had been proposed back in late April became official last week as the track and field as well as the cross-country programs at both North Bullitt and Bullitt East have been moved from Class AA to Class AAA starting this fall, joining Bullitt Central with the state’s largest schools.

  • Gossett now running BC's athletic department

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Few names are better known to Bullitt Central athletic fans than ‘Gossett’.

  • Street rods will return to Louisville area
  • Fun events to help raise $ for the cause

     Fundraising for the National Alzheimer’s Association at Elmcroft Senior Living Communities in Mount Washington got off to a rolling start.

  • Chess program well positioned to grow even more in new year

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - There were 89 competitors after the crown, using mental capacities to attain their goals.

    Only so many could leave with the title of Bullitt County chess champion.

    The competitors gathered at Crossroads Elementary for the first annual county chess tournament sponsored by Bullitt County Public Schools.

    Every county elementary and middle school hosted a chess team this year thanks to support by the school board to promote the cerebral sport.

  • County may take different route to look at processes

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The fears of a costly “forensic” audit may have been alleviated.

    But there will be some cost to figure out the questions Bullitt Fiscal Court wants answered to prevent a recent overpayment issue from reoccurring.

    Simon Keemer, a representative of Dean Dorton Ford PSC certified public accounting firm, said that a“forensic” audit is something that wouldn’t apply to the county’s situation.

  • Planners won’t endorse parking space amendment

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — On a regular basis, applicants come before the Bullitt County Board of Adjustment for what has become a routine request.

  • James W. Hardaway Scholarship

     Elizabeth Clardy, daughter of Jesse and Shannon Clardy, is the recipient of the James W. Hardaway Memorial Scholarship Fund.

    Hester Belle Hardaway, widow of James, left funds at The Peoples Bank of Bullitt County for a scholarship fund.

    Each year, a high school graduate in Bullitt County whose parent has an active checking account at the bank is selected for the scholarship.

    Bill Hardy, chairman of The Peoples Bank of Bullitt County, presented the check to Clardy.

  • Making Bullitt County Work Ready

     A committee of individuals in the community are working on a project to help Bullitt County apply for certification in the very prestigious state Work Ready program.

    The group, chaired by county judge Melanie Roberts and school superintendent Keith Davis, is working on the application process which assesses many aspects of the community.

    Certification in the program could give the county a major step forward in recruiting jobs and residents in the future.