Today's News

  • COYLE'S CORNER 03/06/13

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at the recent push to pass legislation legalizing hemp production in Kentucky.

  • Thanks to one, good luck to another man

     It is ironic that in a single issue of the paper we have stories on a leader in the community who is leaving and another who is coming to our area.

  • Garbage service or audit...what deserves most time?

     Garbage service or the county audit?

  • Preparations for winter weather

     The National Weather Service in Louisville has issued a winter weather advisory for Bullitt County and surrounding areas for late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

    The NWS forecast included potential snow accumulation from 1-4 inches overnight following an evening of rain. The change in temperatures could affect roadways.

    Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) road crews in Louisville and the surrounding counties will remain on duty.

  • Why can’t you do your job?

     It’s time.  We’re in the last full week of this year’s regular session, and we haven’t done our biggest job – again.

    There is near-universal agreement that our number one job this time is reform of the state’s pension system for public employees.  SB 2 is this year’s proposed solution.  We’ve been delaying true reform for as many years as I can remember.

  • Hornback reviews Senate activity

     FRANKFORT – As we move rapidly into the final 8 days of this short session, the General Assembly has come to a major turning point.

  • BBB Tips: Consumer Protection Week

     BBB is joining forces with federal, state, and local government agencies to promote consumer education during National Consumer Protection Week, March 3 – March 9, 2013.

    As part of National Consumer Protection Week, BBB recommends five easy steps consumers can take to become a smarter and savvier consumer:


    1.   Always check out a business with BBB first.

  • Butler douses Bullitt East's dream

          VALLEY STATION – Bullitt East’s strong play over the final two months of the regular season was nowhere to be seen on Friday in the semi-finals of the Class Act Girls’ Sixth Region Tournament at Valley High School.

  • Southern no match for BE

          VALLEY STATION – The first step for the Bullitt East Chargers in the Class Act Federal Credit Union Sixth Region Basketball Tournament was an easy one as the red and gold jumped out to an early lead and coasted to a 77-47 victory over Southern.

         This was the second consecutive season in which the former district rivals had met up in the first round of the regional tournament.

  • Haunted--East can't overcome bad shooting

          VALLEY STATION – The old saying claims that the third time is supposed to be the charm.

         For the Bullitt East Chargers, the third time turned out to be a nightmare on Thursday in the semi-finals of the Class Act Federal Credit Union Boys’ Sixth Region Tournament at Valley High School.