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Today's News

  • Movie, writing inspires me to follow news career

     I blame my interest in journalism on one thing, “All the President's Men.” Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman are the leads in the movie. They star as Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein respectively, The Washington Post reporting duo that uncovered the Watergate Scandal, and as a result, made journalism history.During my freshman year Introduction to Journalism class at Bullitt East High School, we watched the movie and I remember being fascinated by the work Woodward and Bernstein did. 

  • Pikeville lands Rakes to be next point guard

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It was an Orange Crush type day recently at Bullitt East as basketball standout Trey Rakes signed to play his college hoops at Pikeville College, the 2011 NAIA Division I National Champions.

  • Embry ready to continue career at Mid-Continent

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Chris Embry didn’t score a lot of points in his basketball career at Bullitt East and his rebounding totals were modest.

  • United Way accepting Bullitt requests

     LOUISVILLE - The Metro United Way has issued a request for proposals to provide funds to non-profit agencies in Bullitt County. 

  • Bardstown PD still seek assistance on Ellis murder

     KSP Post 4 Detectives are asking for the public's help regarding the murder of Ofc. Jason Ellis with the Bardstown Police Department.

    We are asking any residents in and around Nelson County that may have had trees trimmed or removed from their property or observed someone trimming or removing trees around the time of Ofc. Ellis' murder to please call Post 4 at (270) 766-5078 or email me at norman.chaffins@ky.gov.

  • Ballou loves to share the works of composers, poets of various music

     For Shepherdsville native Kelly Ballou, singing is about more than just self-expression.

    The 26 year-old soprano views song as a way to impact peoples' lives.

    "… I love sharing what a composer and poet have done together and taking that to people who might not have had a chance to experience that otherwise," she said.

    Ballou holds a Master's of Music in performance from the University of Cincinnati.

  • Hillview City Fair continues to grow each year

     Fair is fair when it comes to annual city fairs in Bullitt County.

    One of the newer events, the Hillview City Fair, has become a major gathering in the county's north end. This year's fair takes place June 6-8, at the Hillview Government Center.

    The City Fair features live music, rides, pageants, a car show, a 5K run and even a Civil War reenactment camp. Proceeds benefit the city's Parks and Recreation department and Operation Santa program, along with the Zoneton Trowel Club.

  • Radio issues a critical safety concern

     HILLVIEW – One might think that the most important item on a police officer’s belt is his or her weapon.

         But Hillview police chief Glenn Caple said it is actually an officer’s handheld radio.

         No matter the officer’s location or situation, Caple said the ability to have communication with dispatchers or other law enforcement officials could be a matter of life and death.

  • BE's season ends with lack of offensive punch

     LOUISVILLE – A rare game where the Bullitt East Chargers struggled to find any offense caught up with the red and gold on Tuesday in the semi-finals of the Sixth Region Baseball Tournament at Jim Patterson Stadium on the University of Louisville campus.

         For the second year in a row, it was Pleasure Ridge Park High School that got the best of the Chargers, winning 5-1 after breaking the game open in the bottom of the fifth inning with four runs on four hits.

  • Hinkley taking softball skills to Morehead State

    MOUNT WASHINGTON – After roaming the outfield for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers for the past six seasons, the team’s only senior starter this season, Nikki Hinkley, recently signed to continue to her softball career at Morehead State University.

    The chance to play for a Division I program was more than Hinkley could turn down. She also looked at Transylvania and Brescia, but she knew long before the signing day that she would select to play with the Lady Eagles.