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Today's News

  • Bullitt honored for work by Farm Bureau

     Bullitt County Farm Bureau was recognized with the 2011 Gold Star Award of Excellence for its Young Farm program.

    The award honors a county’s Young Farmer Committee for its active participation in Farm Bureau leadership development programs, state competitions and educational or promotional initiatives.

    Kyle Skidmore of the Bullitt County Young Farmer Committee was joined by George Henderman, president of Bullitt County Farm Bureau, for the presentation.

  • Recipe of the Week 12/09/11

     After a long day, preparing a healthy and delicious meal doesn’t always come naturally. Here are some tips to help you prepare smart and simple meals your family will enjoy.

  • Better policy from needed meeting

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - For most of last week, the hottest topic in local sports’ circles was not the start of the high school basketball season.

  • Post office temporarily closed due to gas smell

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A gas smell resulted in the temporary evacuation of the Shepherdsville Post Office Thursday morning.

    Post Office supervisor Stephanie Carroll said the Post Office contacted Louisville Gas and Electric to report the smell around 9:30 a.m.

    According to Carroll, LG&E told the 32 employees to evacuate as a precaution until someone arrived to inspect.

    After an hour passed by Carroll said a call was made to alert Shepherdsville Fire Department, who immediately responded.

  • All I want for Christmas...

     Trey Constant, 5, a preschool student at Roby Elementary, took a few moments Friday night to sit on Santa’s lap and give him a list of items off his Christmas list.

    Santa was busy on Friday and has been visiting many locations in Bullitt County over the past week.

    Watch in coming weeks for more Christmas photos, as well as Letters to Santa, which will begin next Wednesday and continue in the Dec. 19 and Dec. 21 issues.

    Remember the deadline for Santa letters is Dec. 9.

  • Mooney attends state conference for county clerks

     FRANKFORT – Bullitt County Clerk Kevin Mooney, recently attended the Kentucky County Clerks’ Association Fall Conference, in Louisville.

  • What should parents expect from schools

     National surveys tend to indicate public dissatisfaction with public education, yet those same surveys generally find that parents are quite satisfied with their local public schools.  The same phenomenon is seen when surveying opinions about Congress, which people tend to not like, and their own Congressman, who is generally held in high regard. 

  • Board reverses field on new rules

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - If approved next Tuesday, Bullitt County high school athletics could have a few more rules to follow in terms of team participation.

  • Lady Eagles off to a 3-0 start

     HEBRON ESTATES - Three games. Three victories.

  • Chargers pull away from game BC

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The two teams might not be district rivals this season, but that didn’t stop over 2,000 fans from nearly filling Charger Gym on Friday for another Bullitt East vs. Bullitt Central clash.