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Today's News

  • Neighbors assist in containing fire

     HILLVIEW - Firefighters, along with some neighborly assistance, controlled a residential structure fire Monday afternoon.

    Zoneton Fire Marshal Kevin Moulton said units were dispatched to 316 Overdale Drive at 3:37 p.m.

    According to Moulton, the fire was contained to the living room area in the front of the house.

    Moulton said the homeowner was in the shower at the time and was unaware of the fire until seeing smoke.

    Meanwhile, two neighbors saw the fire and broke through a front window to combat it with an extinguisher.

  • BE rolls on a holiday

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – For the fact that it was basically a national holiday and there was wall-to-wall football on TV at home, but the Bullitt East Chargers focused very well on basketball last Monday as they crushed visiting Whitefield Academy 89-38.

  • BC teams split two

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Despite scoring just eight points in the fourth quarter, the Bullitt Central Cougars managed to hold off a spirited comeback by visiting Meade County 65-63 on Tuesday.

    The Green Wave had opened the season with a 7-1 record and while the team has been struggling of late, they were a big school with a winning record at 8-5 when they got to Shepherdsville. However, the youthful Cougars did enough right to get perhaps the most impressive victory to this part of the season.

  • Snow grabs two NB games

     HEBRON ESTATES – On Thursday of last week, North Bullitt and Assumption had to postpone a game because of inclement weather.

    This was actually the second time this game has had to be moved. It was originally scheduled for the first week of the season, but Assumption asked that it be moved because of an ‘open house’ at the school that night.

    Still, as of Friday, no new date for the game had been set.

  • East, North both in Girls’ LIT

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – For the third straight season, both Bullitt East and North Bullitt earned spots in the Republic Bank/Coca-Cola Consolidated Girls’ Louisville Invitational Tournament set to start on Jan. 24 at Bellarmine University’s Knights Hall.

  • Late dry spell costs NB big upset chance

     HEBRON ESTATES – Following an exchange of baskets to open the fourth quarter, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles on Tuesday had a 51-50 lead over visiting Nelson County, the state’s 19th ranked team.

    Unfortunately, that turned out to be the high-water mark for the green and gold as Nelson County scored 12 of the next 14 points over a five-minute span to take control of the game. By the final buzzer, the Lady Cardinals had pulled out a 71-62 victory by outscoring North Bullitt 23-13 in the final quarter.

  • Freezing weather gone; school days rescheduled

     Bullitt County Public Schools have rescheduled two days that were postponed last week due to winter wearther.

    Schools were closed on Thursday and Friday following a weather system that brought snowfall and freezing temperatures to the area.

    BCPS have rtescheduled the dats, with Friday, Feb. 17, replacing Thursday and Friday, Mar. 17, replacing Friday. The dates were the first two listed on the BCPS 2016-17 school year calendar.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning January 8, 2017

    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.

  • Mount Washington has big plans for 2017

        MOUNT WASHINGTON— As 2016 comes to an end, it’s time to prepare for what 2017 has to offer.
         For the city of Mount Washington, 2017 will be the year for most of what was discussed in 2016 to come to life.
        GOVERNMENT: Halfway through his term, mayor Barry Armstrong is looking to complete the projects he and the newly reelected city council started in 2017.

  • Cities among those joining forces with Room in the Inn

        MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Each night, from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., two ‘Room in the Inn’ vans roll up to their temporary home, carrying families and community members in need of a safe and warm space to sleep.
        However, finding a location to send the vans each night can be a struggle.
        While several local churches have helped the non-profit organization over the past year, some of Bullitt County’s city councils have stepped up to help their citizens as well.