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Today's News

  • Numbers game continues to haunt Eagles

     SHELBYVILLE – For the second week in a row, the North Bullitt Eagles jumped out of the gate with strong play, but the team’s lack of numbers and depth came to the forefront once again on Friday as they faltered late in a 34-20 loss to district rival Shelby County.

  • Shepherdsville looks at maintenance of property

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Sometimes a law doesn't need sweeping changes, just a little tweaking.

    The Shepherdsville City Council are looking at tweaking a couple of city ordinances pertaining to sewer use and neighborhood maintenance.

    City attorney Joe Wantland presented a first reading of an ordinance concerning the maintenance of neighborhood, with the change focusing on the amount of grade cut on vacant or undeveloped lots.

  • [Bullitt] Cup runneth over with emotion Friday

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – What could have been ‘the mistake’, turned out to be ‘the redemption’ for Bullitt Central senior running back Trevor Carnell on Friday in the 26th renewal of The War.

         It was a reversal of fortunes in a classic contest that was filled with emotional twists and turns. The final ‘high’ belonged to the Cougars when Bullitt East’s extra point attempt in overtime sailed wide left, giving Bullitt Central a 21-20 victory.

  • Fox Chase to have new tenant around quarry

     FOX CHASE - New activity around the rock quarry had Fox Chase residents on high alert in the past month.

    The city is resting easier now thanks to a Fox Chase city council meeting visit by the area's new owner, Dana Bischoff-James.

    The land next to the quarry was purchased by James and her husband, Brian. The couple runs Cheer-Bling, a religious-affiliated cheerleading academy.

  • Armstrong, Griffin seek MW mayor seat

    MOUNT WASHINGTON -- There is one thing which will be assured following the Nov. 4 general election.

  • FLOODED WITH CONCERNS

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Over 300 people flooded Shepherdsville Government Center on Thursday night.

  • Tricks and Treats to Stay on Budget this Halloween

     (StatePoint) Halloween comes but once a year. So make it extra spooky with ghosts, goblins and ghouls galore -- and don’t forget all the great treats. While all this fall fun does come at a price, you don’t have to spend a pirate’s booty if you plan carefully.

  • Retired Teachers to Rescue

     The Bullitt County Retired Teachers Association delivered school supplies to principal Sheri Hamilton of Nichols Elementary School.

    Carolyn Dennison, president of the BCRTA, and Janet Richardson, chairman of the community services committee of BCRTA, made the presentation of items.

  • Counseling conference in Louisville

     FRANKFORT --  Frank Kros, president of the Upside Down Organization in Baltimore, will keynote at the opening session of the 56th annual conference of the Kentucky Counseling Association at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville Nov. 5-7.

    UDO seeks to improve children’s behavior and learning by expanding the knowledge and transforming the thinking of the adults and organizations‚ that help children, according to the organization’s mission statement.

    Kros has written 25 UDO workshops and made presentations to some 50,000 people.

  • MW contractor indicted by AG in Grayson County

     FRANKFORT - Attorney General Jack Conway and his Office of Consumer Protection announced that a contractor accused of failing to complete construction work for a Grayson County resident, despite being paid to do so, has been indicted on one count of theft by deception over $500, a class D felony.

    A Grayson County grand jury returned the indictment on 42-year-old Kevin Carter, of Mount Washington on Monday.

    Carter was the owner of Carter Home Improvements.