Today's News

  • Stacked schedule proves to be too much for Cougars

    SHEPHERDSVILLE Ð Forced to play two games in one day after driving to Bowling Green for the Warren East Christmas Tournament proved to be just a little too much for the Bullitt Central Cougars on the weekend prior to Christmas.
    Still, it was a successful trip as the team bounced back two days later to claim third place in the eight-team event with a win over South Warren.

  • Beautification project still alive for Highway 245

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--The battle for beauty at the Highway 245 exit  and entrance ramps continued at December’s meeting for the Shepherdsville-Bullitt County Tourist & Convention Commission Tuesday.

  • District studies transportation system

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- What's less fun than getting up at 4 a.m. to check road conditions?

  • Lebanon Junction hopes rezoning will bring more business to town

     LEBANON JUNCTION -- Local officials hope  hope Santa sends them some more business this Christmas.

    The Lebanon Junction City Council held a special meeting Wednesday for second reading of an ordinance to rezone 1.24 acres at 11980 South Preston Highway.

    The property was part of the old Knobview Golf Course, which went out of business.

    The rezoning would change the property from Residential to B-1 Highway Business.

    The change was recommended by the Bullitt County Planning and Zoning Commission.

  • St. Catharine nabs pair of softball players from NB

     HEBRON ESTATES – St. Catharine University softball coach Holly Smith killed two birds with one stone recently, when she signed North Bullitt softball standouts Elise Mills and Carly Benz on the same day.

    In fact, Smith and her assistant coaches have found the way to Bullitt County a number of times this year. A few weeks earlier, St. Catharine assistant coach Felicia Smith (the two coaches are not related) was in Mount Washington getting the signature of Bullitt East catcher Kelsey Gravens.

  • Working together throughout the year very important

     FRANKFORT - When you think of the Christmas season, what comes to mind?

    Perhaps going to your child’s holiday play at their school?

    Or fighting the crowds at your local mall to get the newest smart phone?

    For most of us, Christmas is a time to give thanks for what we have been given in the past 12 months, and share the goodwill with family and friends to remember why we celebrate Christmas every December.

    It’s also about the hope we have on Christmas and every day for the future of our nation and our Commonwealth.

  • Times are always special during the holiday season

     FRANKFORT - It may seem to start a little earlier every year, and it may fatten our waistlines while it thins our wallets, but there really is no time more special than the holidays.

    That is especially true here in the Commonwealth, where there is always something to do to get in the spirit of the season, from Christmas parades and concerts to numerous events at our churches, schools and state parks.

  • Local boy scouts collect for less fortunate

     Boy Scout Troop/Pack 8481, based at First Baptist Church of Shepherdsville, hosted clothing and toy giveaway for area families.

    This is the third year for the event, previously hosted at St. Aloysius Catholic Church.

    The Scouts were able to assist 52 families this year, including 145 children and 108 adults, with their collected donations.

  • Cole helps to improve life at MW Elementary

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Bullitt East sophomore Travis Cole has always enjoyed doing hands-on projects ever since he joined the Boy Scouts at the age of six. 

    So it was a great fit for him when he got the chance to build a desk, bookshelf and repaint the conference room and principal’s office at Mount Washington Elementary School last spring.

    Cole, of member of Troop 100, said he sent donation letters out to family, friends and local businesses to help gather the materials needed. He raised about $300.

  • Hebron Estates signs on to work with Pioneer Village

     HEBRON ESTATES - The city of Hebron Estates has partnered with nearby Pioneer Village in recent years, most notable on an agreement for law enforcement patrol.

    The city is partnering again as a result of changing state regulations involving street signs.

    Cities now have until 2018 to come into compliance with new road sign regulations involving issues such as sign color, lettering size, height, and break-away polls.