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Today's News

  • Cougars hit FT to get past Whitefield

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - In a season in which wins will not be falling out of the sky, the Bullitt Central Cougars did get victory number three last week when they defeated visiting Whitefield Academy 61-52.

         In a game in which the Cougars converted only two three-pointers, the maroon and gray made up for that by hitting 17 of 21 at the foul line. That number included an eight of nine mark in the fourth quarter as Bullitt Central stretched a three point lead to as many as 12 points.

  • Constable to face charges of selling pain pills

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - A constable serving the Second District of Bullitt County has found himself locked up in the Bullitt County Detention Center.

  • Brotherly East-North Mat Match

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - When Bullitt East and North met last week in a wrestling match, it was a brotherly event.

    When Adam Ritter became the Bullitt East coach for this season, it meant that he would be competing against older brother B.J. Ritter, who coaches the North Bullitt team.

    The two squads had already scrimmaged each other and last Wednesday they competed in an official match that Bullitt East won 48-33.

  • Be careful when giving donations at holidays

     As Kentuckians open their hearts and pocketbooks to help those in need this holiday season, Attorney General Jack Conway wants to make sure charitable donations end up where they are needed most and not in the hands of scam artists.

  • FARM BUREAU AWARDS

     The Bullitt County Farm Bureau received the 2012 Gold Star Award of Excellence for its Young Farm Program.

    Erica Robards, Young Farmer chair for Bullitt County Farm Bureau, was joined by Bullitt County president George Henderman in accepting the honor for its active participation in leadership development programs, state competitions and educational or promotional incentives.

    The Bullitt County Farm Bureau also received the 2012 Gold Star Award of Excellence for its women’s program.

  • Zoneton Middle students support agencies

     Students at Zoneton Middle School have been raising funds for a variety of local agencies.

    Recently, the American Red Cross and the Susan G. Komen Foundation both were part of an assembly program, which also included a check presentation for the movement of the Bowman Valley schoolhouse.

    Over $600 in checks were presented. The money was raised by students during various activities during the school year.

  • BBB Tips for Avoiding the Holiday Travel Headache

     The holidays are a time of cheer, but they can also be a time for battling traffic and bad weather on the road. Staying safe should be a top priority for all travelers so Better Business Bureau recommends taking a few precautions when hitting the road this holiday season.

  • Emergency slide repairs on Interstate 65 in Bullitt County

     The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 Office advises motorists that emergency slide repairs will begin this evening on northbound Interstate 65 in Bullitt County.

    The left and center lanes will be closed beginning at 7:00 p.m. this evening, December 13, between mile points 107 and 108 (north of Lebanon Junction). 

    The center lane is scheduled to reopen around midnight.  The left lane will remain closed while work continues through 3:00 p.m. on Friday afternoon, December 14.

  • Three-car collision in Hillview

     HILLVIEW - A three-car crossover accident resulted in a temporary road closure Thursday afternoon in Hillview.

    The accident occurred near the 3000 block of E. Blue Lick Rd. at about 2:45 p.m., according to Zoneton Fire Capt. Steven Corbin.

    Four people involved in the accident were transported by Bullitt County EMS. Hillview Police Ofc. Brian Denton said two received minor injuries while the other two received possible minor injuries.

  • LJ hopes grant will allow for park remodel

     LEBANON JUNCTION - A $153,000 makeover may be in store for the Lebanon Junction City Park.