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Today's News

  • Ewell looking to improve skills at Greenville

    HEBRON ESTATES-- North Bullitt senior Ryan Ewell is not a basketball superstar, but he loves the game and he wasn't quite ready to step away from the game that he loves.
        That is why when Eagle teammate Ricky Dunnavan told his pal that he was going to sign with Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois, that the dream of continuing to play basketball resurfaced. Dunnavan mentioned Ewell to Greenville head coach George Baker and the coach made a phone call.

  • Spring post-season honors continue to roll in

    SHEPHERDSVILLE-- The honors continue to roll in for area baseball and softball players after a successful spring campaign.
        Leading the news last week was the announcement that North Bullitt junior third baseman Logan Wyatt had been named to the All-State team by the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning June 14, 2015

    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.

  • Boyle excited at chance to lead school

      BROOKS - A long-time local instructional coach will have an opportunity to oversee all the instruction at Brooks Elementary.

    Melissa Boyle was selected by the Brooks Site-Based Decision Making Council as the school's newest principal, replacing Cheri Lineweaver.

    Boyle has spent her entire career in Bullitt County Public Schools as an instructional coach for Pleasant Grove and Cedar Grove Elementaries.

  • Lineweaver retires but looking for next mission

      BROOKS - The revolving door on the principal's office at Brooks Elementary has since been removed.

    Following a stretch of news principals each year for four years, Cheri Lineweaver brought stability to the position.

    In six years with the school she has overseen many changes, most notably to the new Brooks campus, which resulted in a larger student base.

    WIth the school stabilized, Lineweaver devised to refocus on her personal life, announcing her retirement at the end of the 2014-15 school year.

  • 2015 Miss Bullitt County Fair

    MISS BC FAIR 2015 CONTESTANTS:

     

     

    1. Juliauna Kathleen Wilkerson, 18, Shepherdsville

    Parents: Christopher and Christine Weber

    School: University of Kentucky

    Sponsor: L&W Lawn Care

     

    2. Patricia Elise Mills, 18, Shepherdsville

    Parent: Patty Mills

    School: St. Catharine College

    Sponsor: Family and friends

     

    3. Erica Brooke Holder, 18, Brooks

    Parents: Brian and Glenda Holder

  • Surcharge undecided for Hunters Hollow sewer customers

    FRANKFORT - A decision on increasing surcharge rates for the residents linked to the Hunters Hollow sewage treatment plant has temporarily stalled.

    A Public Service Commission hearing did not result in a decision either way. Instead, legal counsel will have an extended amount of time to submit and review further evidence for PSC consideration.

  • Clinton County man guilty of false tax returns

      BOWLING GREEN – A Clinton County, Kentucky, man pleaded guilty today in United States District Court to six counts of failing to report approximately $386,183.67 in income and royalty income during a six year period and for overstating business expenses of $581,519.91 announced Acting United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Man convicted of evading income taxes, providing false documents to IRS

     WASHINGTON – A Russell Springs, Kentucky, man has been found guilty by a jury sitting in the U.S. District Court in Bowling Green, Kentucky, of multiple tax crimes, including failure to report hundreds of thousands of dollars on his income taxes, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Caroline D. Ciraolo of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney Kerry B. Harvey of the Eastern District of Kentucky.

  • Carolina rig perfect for post spawn bass

     FRANKFORT, Ky. – The calendar said June 1, but the cold northeast wind, chilly rain and leaden skies seemed more like a bad day on the opening weekend of the April Keeneland meet.

    June finally arrived in Kentucky this week and water temperatures in lakes across the state inched their way up toward the high 70s.

    “Black bass are in post spawn now,” said Jeff Ross, assistant director of fisheries for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “They should be completely done with spawning.”