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Today's News

  • BE has the numbers to repeat as Bullitt Cup winners

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt East had the manpower, as well as the womanpower, to repeat as the Bullitt Cup Wrestling Champions on Wednesday at Bullitt Central in the annual tri-match between the county’s three wrestling programs.

  • Saying Goodbye

     A goodbye to a fellow that many people may not know but it is someone who stands out in my 33-year career.

    Dennis Wilson recently passed away. To many in the Hillview governmental circle, that would be Big D.

    Dennis loved politics. He was a frequent attendee of the Hillview City Council.

    He was a big supporter of many of the governmental leaders in the city, including former mayor Leemon Powell.

    He was also a big supporter of Elise and John Spainhour and Tom Givhan.

    Dennis loved politics. He loved to make predictions.

  • Simpson Co. woman guilty of bank robbery

      BOWLING GREEN – A Simpson County, Kentucky, woman pleaded guilty Monday, January 30, 2017, in United States District Court, before District Court Judge Greg N. Stivers, to a single count of bank robbery announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

    According to the plea agreement, Patricia Lamar Brewer, 48, admitted to robbing the Citizens First Bank located at 1200 South Main Street, in Franklin, Kentucky, of $43,100 at approximately 9:30 a.m. on July 30, 2012.

  • BBB Hot Topics: February 2017

     See the latest scams in BBB’s February 2017 Hot Topics

     

  • A Very Special Homecoming Night

     The Bullitt Central student body showed its love for Morgan Baggett on Friday as she was selected as homecoming queen.

    She is the daughter of Tonya Rumford and Curtis Baggett.

    Baggett, who has Down Syndrome, was representing the Best Buddies program at the school.

    She was accompanied by Gage Niedert, son of Karen Niedert.

    Tristin Logsdon, son of Kristina and Rob Logsdon, was selected as the Homecoming King.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Cougar hoops still a work in progress

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — As has been the case on several occasions this season, the Bullitt Central Cougars have hung tough against a quality opponent — only to come up a little short on the scoreboard.

    On Friday, the Western Warriors came to Shepherdsville to disrupt the homecoming festivities.

    Down by six with only two minutes to go, Western cashed in at the foul line down the stretch to take a 61-52 victory.

  • Chargers split a pair of tough weekend contests

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It was supposed to be homecoming on Friday at Bullitt East, but that didn’t happen because of the girls’ team advancing in the Louisville Invitational Tournament, but it was still a happy place for the Chargers on Friday as the red and gold held Bardstown to six points in the third quarter and then coasted to a 75-64 win.

  • We just need ‘more’ from government

     There’s just something missing at times when our governmental leaders do decide to make a decision.

    Let us take a few recent decisions by Bullitt Fiscal Court. 

    Not to constantly hammer on the court -- because we’re not sure they pay too much attention -- but we need to step back for just a moment.

    The planning administrator position has been open for months.

    Roanne Hammond has come out of retirement to fill the vacancy. She is an excellent person and will do a good job, as she did previously.

  • National scene hits the groundhog

     UPDATE (Feb. 2, 7:24 a.m.): Punxsutawney Phil, Seer of Seers, Prognosticator of Prognosticators, saw his shadow this morning.

    Traditionally, this means six more weeks of winter weather.

    For more information visit www.groundhog.org.

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    NICHOLS – In the first month of the Trump administration, two factions have had issues with the new commander-in-chief… issues that could lead to the end of Bullitt County and perhaps the entire world.

  • BBB warns: “Can you hear me now?” scam

      The “can you hear me now?” scam has previously targeted businesses, but a new twist is now targeting consumers. Better Business Bureaus nationwide are receiving BBB Scam Tracker reports about this latest scam.