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Today's News

  • What will fiscal court do to expand fire territory?

      Through the good graces of the man above and the cooperation shown by surrounding areas, fire tragedies are not common even in parts of Bullitt County that are not officially covered within any fire protection district.

  • Key to victory for North Bullitt? Give it to Key

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - By his own admission, North Bullitt senior Aaron Key was having a bad game on Friday against arch-rival Bullitt Central.

  • Lady Eagles win intense game

      SHEPHERDSVILLE - Leading 74-73 with less than a minute remaining in an intense intra-county game with Bullitt Central, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles did what they had done all night - they hit free throws.

  • Man says he killed eight cats

      ZONETON - A man accused of torturing and killing eight cats in Bullitt and Jefferson counties has entered a guilty plea.

  • BCPS calendar survey available on-line until Dec. 21

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - While the current school year is only nearing the half-way point, officials are already looking forward to the 2013-14 calendar.

         The Bullitt County Public School District's calendar committee is hosting a survey for parents, employees and members of the community. The goal is to get comments about next year's calendar.

         The committee uses the survey results, as well as other information, to make a recommendation to the school board in early 2013.

  • BC gets a confidence boost at Holy Cross

          SHEPHERDSVILLE - The two Bullitt Central basketball teams traveled to Dixie Highway on Tuesday and came away with a split of games against Sixth Region rival Holy Cross.

         In the girls' contest, the Lady Cougars could not overcome an early deficit and fell to the other Lady Cougars by a count of 73-58. It was the first loss of the season for Bullitt Central.

  • Lady Chargers cannot hold lead

          MOUNT WASHINGTON - Bullitt East Lady Charger head coach Chris Stallings doesn't like to lose, but on Tuesday the longtime coach could see a lot of good points after his team's 60-55 loss to Butler.

  • Butler shows there will be no vacations for BE

          MOUNT WASHINGTON - When state coaches rank you second in the state in the pre-season poll, they ought to include a bullseye with the honor.

         The Bullitt East Chargers are quickly learning that there will be no vacations this winter as they are the highlight of the season for every team they face. While no team can be at the top of its game every night, it is pretty much a given that any team facing the Chargers will have its 'A' game.

  • ROADWORK: Week of Dec. 10

     The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled for the week of Dec. 10:

    Bullitt County:

    Routine maintenance

    Jefferson County:

    Interstate 64:  Lane closures and delays possible at the Hurstbourne Parkway entrance and exit ramps (mile point 15.0) due to interchange improvements.  These lane closures are possible weeknights from 9:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. the following morning.  Shoulder closures are possible during the daytime.

  • VINDICATION: Mount Washington officials can crow about the newest S&P bond rating

          MOUNT WASHINGTON - When Moody’s Investors Service downgraded nearly $7 million in Mount Washington general obligation bonds over the summer city officials sought a second opinion from Standard and Poor's Ratings Services.

         Five months after Moody's downgraded the municipal bonds from Aa3 to A1 city officials were thrilled when Standard and Poor's recently gave the bonds an A+ rating.