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Today's News

  • Authors bring works to NBHS

        HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt High School librarian Mary Parker is always looking for an idea to drum up reader interest.
        That’s why she took advantage of a school band concert to promote an author faire.
        Parker invited a list of local authors to participate at the event, held in conjunction with North Bullitt’s annual Christmas concert.

  • LJ man takes 20 years in case of making meth

        LEBANON JUNCTION - A Bullitt County man was recently found guilty of manufacturing methamphetamine.
        A Bullitt Circuit jury found Jason Argenbright of Lebanon Junction guilty of manufacturing methamphetamine in October 2009.
        According to testimony delivered by members of the Bullitt County Drug Task Force, a meth lab was found in a garage outside the residence Argenbright was living in.

  • Memory lives on with bed to help families

        LOUISVILLE - It’s been 18 months since Michaela Walls passed away, but she is still giving special gifts to her family and the community.
        The seven-year-old Shepherdsville resident suffered from Rett Syndrome, a nervous system disorder causing multiple developmental issues.
        Michaela and her family spent a lot of time at Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville, where the medical team took care of all family and friends.

  • Sholar: Helping public part of success

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Walter Sholar has told the tale about his high school dream of serving as county attorney.
        That has been accomplished over the past 21 years. But he also realized a bigger dream - to be an attorney.
        As his days as county attorney come to an end after five terms, Sholar is ready to embark on his real passion of helping people.

  • Tinnell: Proud of work in past term

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - While disappointed with the defeat at the polls, Sherman Tinnell said he is proud the accomplishments made over the past four years as mayor.
        “It was a learning experience,” Tinnell said of his second term as Shepherdsville mayor. “Things had really changed in government.”
        Serving a five-year term in the mid-1990s, Tinnell had his share of excitement, including snowstorms and the flood of 1997.

  • Nichols fire board makes changes to correct ills

        NICHOLS - On Monday, the theft case against former Nichols Fire board chairman and treasurer James Johnson Jr. was sent to the Bullitt County Grand Jury.
        The next evening, members of the Nichols Fire District board of trustees were taking steps to get a tighter control over the finances.
        Johnson, the long-time chairman of the fire district board and treasurer for the district, was arrested recently and faces a felony charge of theft by unlawful taking over $10,000.

  • NB Lady Eagles roll on in tournament

    HEBRON ESTATES - The North Bullitt Lady Eagles were rolling in the first half of the semifinals Tuesday night of the First Citizens Bank Classic.

    However, an offensive shortage in the third quarter will land the Lady Eagles in the third-place game tonight against North Oldham.

    North Bullitt and North Oldham will tip off at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday. John Hardin and Warren Central will play for the championship at 8 p.m.

    The tournament starts at 3:30 p.m.      

  • Lady Eagles improving

     HEBRON ESTATES - The North Bullitt Lady Eagles still have a lot to learn, but coach Amber Courtney’s team learned a lot before Christmas competing in the Campbellsville Holiday Classic.

  • NB, BC girls set to host 8-team holiday tourneys

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Basketballs will be bouncing all over the state this week with high school holiday tournaments.

  • NB, BC grab early wins

                  Before meeting in the championship game of the Sarah Major Barger Memorial Tournament at North Bullitt on Wednesday, the Bullitt Central Cougars and the North Bullitt Eagles each had to win two games to reach the final of the 8-team tournament.

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