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Today's News

  • Sunday crash turns fatal in MW

    MOUNT WASHINGTON – A collision at Old Bardstown and Landis Lane claimed the life of a 73-year-old Mount Washington man Sunday afternoon.

    Lt. Neil Bowen of the Pioneer Village Police Department, who is part of the county’s reconstruction team of state and local law enforcement agencies, said he happened to be in the area when he responded to the crash around 3:30 p.m.

  • BC boys win bowling crown at PRP tourney

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central bowling program picked up its first major title in the first season as a sponsored sport by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association when the Cougars grabbed the big trophy at the Pleasure Ridge Park Invitational.

  • Lady Cougars run into big trouble on the road

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central Lady Cougars hit the road on Tuesday and the road hit back as the maroon and gray had nothing in the second half for Jeffersontown in a 63-42 defeat.
        Bullitt Central stayed close early against a quick and athletic squad. The Louisville Lady Chargers had a 14-9 advantage after one quarter and the Lady Cougars were still within 25-21 at halftime before the wheels fell off in the second half.

  • BC pulls out key win over Oldham

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Twice this season, the Bullitt Central Cougars have scored over 90 points and won.
        Two other times, the maroon and gray have failed to score 50 points and lost both of those contests.
        On Tuesday, the normally high-scoring Cougars had to battle for every single point, but despite not getting to 50 points, Bullitt Central picked up a nice win as they turned back visiting Oldham County 47-44.

  • Bruins 'avenge' early season loss to struggling BE

        LOUISVILLE - There is never a good time to play a bad game.
        But there are few worse times to play a bad game than in the quarter-finals of the Boys' Louisville Invitational Tournament against a powerful Ballard squad that was seeking revenge for a 73-66 loss to Bullitt East in the consolation game of the King of the Bluegrass Holiday Tournament at Fairdale before Christmas.

  • Second half run powers BE past old district rival

        LOUISVILLE - The Bullitt East Chargers overcame a poor second quarter on Wednesday and then rolled past former district rival Southern 71-46 in the final early round game of the Boys' Louisville Invitational Tournament.
        It was not a happy Bullitt East head coach Troy Barr when the team headed to the locker room at halftime with only a 29-22 lead over the Trojans. Barr got the team's attention at that point and the red and gold pushed out to a 42-28 advantage midway through the third quarter before coasting to the victory.

  • Hunters Hollow don't want to pay extra sewer tax

    HUNTERS HOLLOW - "I don't care to pay taxes for a service I don't receive," said Hunters Hollow mayor Linda Parker.

                Echoing the thoughts of many other Bullitt County residents within the Bullitt County Sanitation District's designated service territory, Parker and the city council discussed their displeasure of a potential three percent rate increase.

  • Cooler temperatures increase the risk for carbon monoxide poisoning

    FRANKFORT– As outdoor winter temperatures drop and the risk for carbon monoxide poisoning increases, Kentuckians are urged to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning due to improper use of heating or cooking devices.

  • BBB names top 10 complaints and inquiries in 2011

    2011 proved to be a busy year for the BBB serving Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Western Kentucky. Here is a snapshot of the services BBB provided:

    ·        Provided more than 612,000 BBB Business Reports online in 2011;

    ·        Provided more than 10,000 BBB Business Reports over the phone;

    ·        Closed more than 6,300 complaints.

  • LJ look at adjusting water rates in future

    LEBANON JUNCTION - Lebanon Junction residents may see higher water bills in the near future if city officials decide to increase water rates.
        During the January regular meeting of the Lebanon Junction City Council, members briefly discussed raising rates on all city water customers to make up for wholesale rate increases expected from supplier Louisville Water Company.