Today's News

  • Temporary closure of KY 434 in Bullitt County

     The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 Office advises motorists that work is beginning this week to replace a culvert underneath KY 434 in Bullitt County.  Contract crews will be replacing a culvert underneath this roadway in Lebanon Junction.

    KY 434 (Main Street) will be closed between Church Street and Wall Street (mile points 1.52 and 1.69) beginning Monday, July 22.  This closure is scheduled from 9:00 a.m. on July 22 until 9:00 a.m. on Monday, July 29.

  • Honor guard would ensure recognition of fallen heroes

     HILLVIEW - The recent death of Bardstown Police Ofc. Jason Ellis affected all law enforcement officials.

    With the event taking place so close to home, Hillview Police Ofc. Chuck McWhirter ran through a gamut of emotions. Then he decided to pursue something he had first introduced in the county two years ago.

    McWhirter hopes to help establish a Bullitt County Color Guard, comprised of all county police agencies, for various police-related services and countywide functions.

  • Commission to honor Barnes with naming of outdoor reception area

     It’s been about 13 years since the dedication of Paroquet Springs Conference Centre. On July 17 Bill Barnes will get to see the fruits of his labor with the ribbon cutting of Barnes Courtyard.

    Barnes, owner of the Best Western, was always a big supporter of building the conference center from the beginning when the site was still a truck stop, said Tourism Director Troy Beam.

  • Annual Kindergarteners Rock Event to take place July 18

     The first day of the 2013-2014 school year for students is Wednesday, August 7th.

         Children attending kindergarten and their parents get a preview on Thursday, July 18th during the district’s annual Kindergarteners Rock event from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

         The free event is sponsored by the Bullitt County Public Schools Family Resource Centers.

  • MW U-8 Red All-Stars win another district title

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – There are no ‘perfect’ games in U-8 Machine Pitch Baseball, but if there was, the Mount Washington Red All-Stars could have claimed the designation on Tuesday after rolling past St. Matthews 8-0 in the Championship Game of the District xx Tournament that the team was hosting.

  • Blast Dash was a wet one

    The Bullitt County Family YMCA sponsored the July 4 Bullitt Blast Dash on the morning of the big holiday event.

    Despite the rain, the run and walk drew dozens of participants who sloshed their way from Paroquet Springs Conference Centre to the city park and back.

  • Homearama has two sites in Jefferson Co. open through July 28

    Louisville, KY., July 9, 2013 – Homearama 2013 begins this weekend on Saturday, July 13th at Locust Creek and Rock Springs.  This year’s show features 18 homes at the two sites. Homearama is presented by Kroger and LG&E and sponsored by River City Bank and RiverCity Flooring.

  • Message, not words, concerns city official

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Unlike one of his fellow council mates, Jose Cubero did not take personal offense at a recent newspaper advertising questioning the safety of city revenue.

         Despite using the closing line of “Just Say No Way, Jose,” Cubero did not agree that it was meant to be racist.

         What the first-term councilman did find offensive is the continued attack by some in Shepherdsville where incorrect information is being spread and the whole truth is not being told.

  • Eastside band receives Grand Sweepstakes Award

     For the third time, Music Director Cheri (Greer) Dugger has guided concert band students to the Grand Sweepstakes Award at the Music Showcase Festivals in Ohio.

         This year’s competition finished on a particularly fine note as Eastside Middle School Concert Band musicians registered judges’ scores 97 and 98, the highest Dugger has ever received in 18 years of attending the festival.

  • Vocalists earn honor as top Bullitt County singers

     CLERMONT - Their stories may be different but they all have one thing in common - the passion to sing.

    And they can sing.

    Laura Terry, MaKayla Richardson and Jemma Williamson were crowned the 2013 Bullitt County Vocalists of the Year.

    The competition was held during the recent Bullitt County Fair.

    Even before Laura Terry was born, her mom knew she would either sing or dance. 

    “There was one song that would make me move in my mom’s belly,” Terry said.