Today's News

  • Dukes scores 31 as BC grabs number two seed

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A week after North Bullitt had torched Evangel with 19 three-pointers, the Bullitt Central Cougars nearly matched that feat on Tuesday, beating the visiting 23rd District rivals with 15 three-pointers as they rolled to a 91-59 victory.

    The win secured the number two spot for the Cougars in the 23rd District Tournament which Bullitt Central will host starting next Monday. North Bullitt has the number one seed with Bullitt Central second, Moore third, Southern fourth and Evangel fifth.

  • Coalition meets Tuesday to discuss future

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - There are many community members who have wanted to help the homelessness crisis in Bullitt County over the years.

    There is no emergency homeless shelter facility in the county. There is The Shepherd’s Shelter, Inc. that tries to assist in a long-term way to obtain self-sustainability.

    There is no crisis food emergency cafeteria, although groups such as Martie’s Kitchen and Two Fish Ministries offer weekly meals.

  • BC cheerleaders excel after wild trip down to national competition

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - One thing for certain, no other team had more to cheer about.

    The Bullitt Central Cheerleading Team placed seventh overall out of 600 teams in the Large Co-Ed Division of the 2015 National High School Cheerleading Championships.

    Bullitt Central’s visits to Orlando, Fla., for the annual competition have become commonplace; however, this year’s trip was completely different, involving a bus accident in Atlanta, Ga., en route to the Sunshine State.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning February 15, 2015

     Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.


  • Hillview chief found guilty of lying

      LOUISVILLE – Hillview Police Chief Glenn Caple was convicted today of making a false statement to federal agents when questioned about his knowledge and involvement in moving evidence found on an elected official’s property on January 4, 2012, announced Acting United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • Region 3 wrestling action set for PRP on Friday-Saturday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The three Bullitt County wrestling programs will compete this weekend in the Region Three Championships at Pleasure Ridge Park High School with a number of Bullitt Central and Bullitt East athletes expected to make runs at individual honors.

    On the team front, it appears that Fern Creek is the team to beat and that might be a tall order for any of the other dozen teams in the region. Still, along with Doss, the Chargers and Cougars could well be in the hunt for a top three team finish.

  • Central’s Wolf to play tennis at Campbellsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Four years ago, Bullitt Central’s Amber Wolf never dreamed she would be signing papers to play tennis in college.

    In fact, four years ago, Wolf didn’t know much about tennis at all.

    At that point, Wolf was a freshman volleyball player for the Lady Cougars, competing under head coach Jennifer Romine. At that point, Romine was also the girls’ tennis coach and one day she mentioned to Wolf about playing the spring sport.

  • Local representatives named to Republican positions

     House Republican Caucus Leadership, which is House Republican Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, R-Jamestown; Republican Caucus Chair Stan Lee, R-Lexington; and Republican Whip Jim DeCesare, R-Bowling Green, announced today the creation of positions called ranking members among the caucus.The ranking members named to House Committees, which includes several local representatives, are:

    *Agriculture and Small Business: Rep. James Tipton, R-Taylorsville, who covers a couple of eastern Bullitt County precincts, as well as all of Spencer and Anderson counties

  • Donation made to police Care Bear program

     A generous man made a special donation to the Mount Washington Police Department and Shepherdsville Fire Department recently. 

    Mount Washington resident Brad Williams donated to of his teddy bears to the chiefs so they can be given to children who need it most. 

    The departments keep bears and other stuffed animals on hand with them to give to children who might be at fires or domestic disputes to help keep their minds off of the situation.

    “It would be good if everyone could give a bear,” Brad said.

  • Apartment fire fought in LJ

     LEBANON JUNCTION - Residents were evacuated following a structure fire at an apartment complex in Lebanon Junction Thursday afternoon.

    Lebanon Junction and Shepherdsville Fire units responded to the middle building of the Bryant Place Apartments complex at 175 Brook St. just after 4 p.m..

    Lebanon Junction police officer  Larry Coy said a neighbor saw smoke coming from a shed attached top the back of the building and alerted a resident while calling 9-1-1.