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Today's News

  • Cougars' Seago throws his second no-hitter of season

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - For the second time this season Bullitt Central senior Dylan Seago took the mound and didn’t allow a hit as the Cougars blitzed visiting Valley 10-0 on Thursday.

        It truly was a Senior Night to remember for Seago.

        The senior hurler had no-hit Spencer County back in the first week of the regular season. On Thursday, he faced just 19 batters over six innings. The only base runner for Valley reached on an error in the fourth inning. Seago did not walk a batter and he struck-out 14.

  • Pair of classics set the stage for softball final

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Softball fans got a double scoop of classic games on Tuesday in the semi-finals of the 24th District Tournament at Bullitt Central.

        In the first game, Bullitt Central rallied with a pair of runs in the sixth inning to tie the score at 5-5 against top-seeded Bullitt East. That was the score until the bottom of the seventh when the Lady Chargers’ Erin Manns singled home Taylor Price who had opened the inning with a double.

  • Sixth Region Baseball/Softball Tournaments

    THURSDAY, June 3:

    SOFTBALL:

    Pleasure Ridge Park 5, BULLITT EAST 4

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    WEDNESDAY, June 2:

    SOFTBALL:

    BULLITT EAST 17, Butler 10

    Pleasure Ridge Park 9, Presentation 2

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    TUESDAY, June 1:

    BASEBALL:

    Butler 9, NORTH BULLITT 4

    DeSales 7, BULLITT EAST 5

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  • Federal grant to help NB reading

        HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt High School has been awarded a federal grant to increase literacy skills among students.

        The Kentucky Content Literacy Consortium (KCLC) “Striving Readers Grant” is one of just eight such grants awarded nation wide by the US Department of Education.

        The purpose of the grant is to “increase student achievement by improving the literacy skills of high school students, including English language learners.”

  • Stepp has the right stuff in opening win

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central’s late-season baseball surge continued on Monday as the Cougars took advantage of two wild pitches to pull away from Fairdale for a 6-2 victory in the opening game of the 24th District Tournament.

        The contest was tied at 1-1 entering the bottom of the fourth inning when Bullitt Central exploded for four runs with just one RBI and two hits.

        The win moved Bullitt Central into the tournament semi-finals where they were to play top-seeded Bullitt East on Tuesday.

  • I-65 Welcome Center in Bullitt receives top honors for cleanliness

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials have named the Interstate 65 southbound welcome center in Bullitt County the Commonwealth’s best-maintained rest area of 2009.

         This marks the first time the facility has received the distinction. The Bullitt County welcome center tied with the Scott County welcome center this year for top honors.

  • BBB Warns: Don’t Fall for Scholarship Scams

    High school students and their parents are often concerned about upcoming college expenses. The Better Business Bureau urges students and parents to be cautious regarding offers from scholarship services and organizations that require upfront fees to apply for or search for scholarships.

     

  • Miracle finish lifts NB past doomed Southern

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - For the rest of the summer, members of the North Bullitt baseball team will pinch themselves and then smile, realizing that they really did beat bitter rival Southern 5-4 on Wednesday in the semi-finals of the 24th District Tournament at Bullitt Central.

  • Five face charges for rock throwing

        BROOKS - A man has been charged and four juveniles will also face charges in a series of alleged incidents where rocks were thrown at passing vehicles.

        In one of the cases, rocks were actually thrown at a man walking on North Lakeview Drive.

        Det. Scotty McGaha of the Bullitt County Sheriff's Department said that reports started on May 24 of a charcoal-colored Mustang having occupants that were throwing large rocks at passing vehicles.

  • MW man arrested for alleged act in Virginia

        STAFFORD, Va. - The Stafford County Sheriff’s office reports the arrest of Charles Wayne McClain, age 53, of 357 Winchester Drive, Mt. Washington.

        Charles McClain has been charged with two counts of attempted taking indecent liberties with children and two counts of use of communication systems to facilitate certain offenses involving children.