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Today's News

  • Mighty pitching duel goes to Wagner and NB 1-0

    HEBRON ESTATES - A great pitching duel went to the North Bullitt Eagles on Tuesday as the Eagles once again rode the spectacular pitching of senior Matt Wagner to a 1-0 victory over Bullitt East, the state’s sixth-ranked team.

    It was the second time in as many weeks that coach Brian Wise’s team needed a strong outing from Wagner. He threw a perfect game a week earlier against Bullitt Central in a 1-0 win and then on Tuesday he struck out a school-record 17 batters in the win over the Chargers.

  • Home-(Not so)-Sweet-Home for BC

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It’s good to be home...sort of...if you are the Bullitt Central Cougars.

    Playing a home game for the first time in over a year last week, the maroon and gray were certainly happy for the situation. Unfortunately, in two home games last week, the Cougars came up on the short end of the score both times, which were the only two contests they played last week.

  • BULLITT COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALENDAR: April 2009

    Bullitt County Schools Calendar of Events

    April 2009

     

    1-3:

    NO SCHOOL – SPRING BREAK

     

    2:

    PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING MEETING at Central Office, 3 p.m.

     

    6:

    SCHOOL RECONVENES

    North Bullitt High Grad Nite “Spirit Nite” at Beef O’Brady’s, 5-10 p.m.

     

    7:

    Bernheim Middle SBDM Meeting at 5:15 p.m.

    Freedom Elementary Faculty Meeting at 4 p.m. (if needed)

  • Wii bowling proves to be fun way for senior fitness

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Wii bowlers wobble but they don't fall down.

    Unless it's from all the hysterical laughter and fun.

    The Ridgway Memorial Library is hosting free Wii bowling each Tuesday for anyone 50 years of age or older.

    Wii is the popular gaming program that recently became the biggest selling game in history. Participants play games by mimicking the actual movements.

    Ridgway program director Charles Gruber said the Wii systems were purchased through the Grigsby fund, a grant received by the library to be implemented toward senior programs.

  • JAG graduate returns to tell others about banking matters

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Katie Bell graduated from the JAG Program in August 2004, earning her General Education Diploma. Never in her wildest dreams did she think she would come back to JAG to encourage others and talk about money; but, she did.

    On March 19, 2009, Katie returned to the classroom to talk to JAG students about smart money management. Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a program offered by Bullitt County Adult and Community Education Program that helps individuals earn credentials, find employment and enter college and/or training programs.

  • BCHS, Roby get traffic control on regular basis

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Over the years, the Shepherdsville Police Department has had traffic control officers working at Roby Elementary School.

    But, at times, the police officer was called away due to emergencies in other parts of the city.

    Now, the city is experimenting with having a person devoted to providing traffic control for not only Roby Elementary but also Bullitt Central High.

    Neal Cunningham, who most recently worked as a court bailiff at the judicial center for the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department, was introduced to the city council.

  • Math is Dino-mite at Old Mill

    Old Mill Elementary School recently hosted a Dino-mite Math Night to encourage parents and their children to play fun games that enhance math skills. Parents and kids learned the games side by side, in hopes they would continue to play them at home.

  • Amber Martin to be in concert at MW center

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - A local vocalist is using a bit of her talent to benefit the Mount Washington senior citizens this month.

    Country and gospel singer Amber Martin, of Mount Washington, is performing a special concert April 25 at the Ralph Lutes Senior Center on Delania Drive.

    Money raised will benefit the center and programs it offers to seniors throughout the community.

  • Lady Eagles stay hot; beat BC 5-1

    HEBRON ESTATES - It was a perfect week for the North Bullitt Lady Eagles as they added three more wins to the season including a 5-1 victory over Bullitt Central on Friday.

    It was the second win this spring over their county rivals for the green and gold, but this game was a lot closer than the earlier 10-1 game despite the fact that North Bullitt pitcher Cierra Hayes threw a no-hitter.

    North Bullitt impressed even head coach Eric Lambert earlier in the week when they beat Sixth Region rival Presentation 9-1. They followed that up with a 10-2 victory over Holy Cross.

  • Given chance, public fails in its duty to voice opinion

    Showing up early for Mount Washington’s public hearing on the proposed sewer plant upgrade and water/sewer rate hikes was really a waste of my time.

    I thought I would need to get there well ahead of the 7 p.m. start time to get a good seat and settle in for a long evening of reporting on questions, answers and testimony from concerned citizens.

    But much to my surprise — and to the surprise of many Mount Washington public officials — I didn’t need to get there early.