Today's News

  • Gross makes two hours last lifetime

     HILLVIEW - Two hours. It was the amount of time the oncologist gave Rebecca Coy Gross to go home and kiss her children goodbye; the time that would lapse before she was put in isolation for chemotherapy. If she waited any longer, her doctor could not guarantee any chance of survival. 

  • COYLE'S CORNER 04/25/12

     This week Paul Coyle takes a potential future look at the portable basketball goal issue facing the city of Hillview.

  • Hillview will get to hone in on baskets

     What a difficult game plan that must be developed by the Hillview City Council.

  • Strong line-up expected for Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 at Salem Speedway

     SALEM, Ind. – Short-track roots are calling.  The grand ole Speedway awaits.  And at no other place is the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards more rooted than Salem Speedway where the series has been a staple for more than 50 years.

  • Emergency crews rescue missing toddler

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A Bullitt County toddler was found wandering in a wooded area shortly after she was reported missing Tuesday morning.

    Det. Mike Murdoch of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department said the toddler, who was identified only as a 2-year-old female, was reported missing at 10:45 a.m.

    The toddler’s father reportedly left the house around 9:45 a.m. without waking the child or the mother. 

    The father came home an hour later to find the mother still asleep and the child missing, according to Murdoch. 

  • Sen. Paul Hornback: Review of 2012 Special Session

    FRANKFORT – Last week, the General Assembly embarked on the call from the Governor with the 2012 Extraordinary Session. Following his request, the General Assembly prepared two reborn bills: road funding and prescription drug abuse bill. Both originated in the House and passed to the Senate on Wednesday.

  • Special session ends successfully - with compromises

    In Kentucky, a Special Session is about as popular as a Duke victory over UK.  Nobody likes them, least of all legislators. After all, every representative is a citizen legislator, who is anxious to return home with family and back at the "regular" job you've missed for the last three and one half months.  

  • Local tennis teams have series of close matches

            MOUNT WASHINGTON - Spring break gave a vacation to tennis players in the county.

            Prior to the break, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles fell 3-1 to Pleasure Ridge Park.

            North Bullitt’s top singles player, Megan Kottak, scored the lone Eagle victory with a 6-2, 6-1 decision over Chelsea Thompson.

            In other singles action, Lottie Fischer fell 6-2, 6-0 to Leti Arcos.

  • Students selected for next bunch of BAMS participants

                   While the first cohort of students from the Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) class prepares to enter college, a brand new set of eighth graders is preparing to make a major transition.

                   BAMS was established during the spring of 2010 with its first cohort of 20 students selected and in place for the 2010-2011 school year. 

  • Powerful Exhibition

    Hebron Estates - Although it is not a sanctioned sport by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, don't tell these boys and girls who recently gathered at North Bullitt High School.

    North Bullitt was the host of the state weightlifting championships. Students from all over Kentucky recently attended the day-long event.