Today's News

  • KSP Warns Motorists of Increased Deer Activity

     FRANKFORT ― The Kentucky State Police is urging all motorists to be aware of the increased dangers posed by deer wandering onto roadways during November and December.

    “Two factors combine to boost the chances that motorists may encounter these animals during this time of the year: mating season and hunting season” says KSP Sgt. Michael Webb. “This results in increased movement that presents hazards to deer, vehicles and drivers.”

  • Ohio felon charged with 2005 Ft. Knox murder

     LOUISVILLE, Ky – A Toledo, Ohio, felon who is currently in prison for an aggravated murder conviction, was charged today by federal Information with one count of murder, which occurred in 2005, on the grounds of Fort Knox Military Base, announced U. S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • NB vs. speedy force in second-round foe Fern Creek

      HEBRON ESTATES – It will be unchartered territory for the North Bullitt Eagles and their head coach on Friday as the green and gold play in the second round of the Kentucky high school football playoffs for the first time since 2011.

    The Eagles have a big hurdle to clear as they have to go on the road to face Class 5-A, District 4 winner Fern Creek, a team that defeated Bullitt Central 30-0 in its opening playoff contest.

    The Tigers are 10-1 overall and are ranked fourth in Class 5-A while North Bullitt is 9-2 and ranked eighth.

  • Williams part of summer STEM program at Emory

     Sarah Williams was both excited and nervous when she found out she had been nominated and accepted into the National Youth Leadership Forum program over the summer.

    A seventh grader at Little Flock Christian Academy, Sarah attended a four-day STEM program at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., this past June.

    Science has always been a favorite of Sarah’s subject in school so this opportunity seemed hard to pass up.

    Only 320 students were accepted into the STEM program at Emory.

  • CTP classes filled for first month; more invited for next training as manufacturing jobs waiting

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- There are still opportunities for local residents to go back and receive some free training which could lead to high-paying manufacturing job.

    The Certified Production Technician (CTP) program is a four-week process that is currently being offered through several agencies, including the Bullitt County campus of Jefferson Community and Technical College.

    Donna Miller, director of the local campus, said that the sessions would continue in December and into 2016.

  • Case to be dismissed against Shepherdsville mayor

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Provided the mayor of Shepherdsville stays out of criminal trouble for the next year, he will no longer face the charge of soliciting prostitution.

    An agreement has been reached to dismiss the misdemeanor charge against Shepherdsville mayor Scott Ellis. The condition is that Ellis would not commit another criminal act within the next 12 months.

    The mayor had been accused of asking a woman for sexual favors.

    Special prosecutor Mark Shouse and defense attorney John Cook worked out the agreement.

  • Southern Lights Holiday Festival returns

     LEXINGTON – A family tradition in Kentucky, the Southern Lights holiday festival, presented by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky Inc., returns to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Nov. 20-Dec. 31. More than 125,000 individuals in more than 30,000 vehicles attend Southern Lights annually from Kentucky and beyond, making Southern Lights a premier holiday event in the region and nation.

  • Local students part of award-winning BEHS robotics team

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- With the search for engineers to fill jobs at an all-time high, a local high school club is doing what they can to expose the area to the world of robots. 

    Bullitt East students Kyle Echsner, Andy Lutz, Rucker Gardiner and Judd Huff are part of the 46-member award-winning robotics team, led by Echsner’s dad David.

  • Charger Gold turns tables on Red for title

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- It was a neighborhood battle on Saturday.

    It was a game of teams with players who had been teammates in the past.

    And it was a game in which many will become teammates once again at Bullitt East.

    On this particular evening, the top seeded East Gold would defeat the East Red for the right to be called champions of the A Division in the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League.

    The 28-14 victory capped off an undefeated season for coach John Jutz’ team.

  • Vikings complete sweep en route to championship

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Entering the playoffs as the fourth seed, the Cedar Grove Vikings had a little work to do.

    And work they did do as the Vikings advanced to the championship game of the Little Bullitts Division of the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League.

    The last hurdle would be the second-seeded Mount Washington Colts.

    At the end of the day, it would be mission accomplished for coach Pat Bristoe and his Vikings.

    Cedar Grove took home the championship trophy with a 20-12 victory.