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Today's News

  • East’s Farris a big get for Asbury basketball

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – College coaches at small schools don’t often get the opportunity to grab a 6-7 post player with well developed offensive skills.

    That is why Asbury head coach Will Shouse was all smiles recently when he made the trip to Mount Washington to get the signature of Bullitt East senior Jared Farris for his NAIA basketball team. Farris will be as tall as any other player on the Eagle roster.

  • Tennis teams enjoy week of good weather

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The tennis season is quickly coming down to the tournament season.

    Added to the excitement this spring is a new format for the team competition.

    But before that is held in the first week of May, local competitors were busy enjoying a nice week of weather after some windy moments prior to spring break.

    Girls’ tennis

    North Bullitt suffered its first team loss of the season when it crossed into the Seventh Region to take on perennial powerhouse Assumption.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning April 17, 2016

     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.

     

  • Cave City physician faces multiple drug-related charges

     LOUISVILLE – United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. this week, charged Christopher Steward, M.D., of Cave City, Kentucky, by grand jury indictment, with criminal counts of knowingly and intentionally distributing and dispensing controlled substances outside the course of professional medical practice, health care fraud, and identity theft, while he was a practicing physician in the Western District of Kentucky.

  • Bullitt Central greenhouse class set to open facility for business

     Bullitt Central High School students in the greenhouse classes are learning business and agriculture principles while getting their hands dirty.

    Students in these classes learn how to operate a greenhouse business, fill the greenhouse with products and then sell the products. Students work together to complete every job in the greenhouse, while building teamwork skills.

    Everything in the Green Paw Greenhouse is “Kentucky Proud” and “Bullitt Central Proud.”

  • Tasty Learning

     The Mount Washington Middle Pre-AP Advisory Committee and Principal’s Roundtable met recently for a World Tasting Event.

    Students were invited to try foods inspired by countries across the globe, including calamari from Italy, sushi from Japan and quiche from France.

    During the tasting, students were encouraged to use their phones to research more information about the countries.

  • Three more wins for BE softball

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Sometimes, high school teams head south for spring break and meet up with spectacular weather while it is still winter back home.

    Other times, spring has already sprung in Kentucky and the teams could have got just as much accomplished at home with a lot less fund-raising involved.

  • Shooting victim now defendant

     HUNTERS HOLLOW -- On April 6, a resident of Hunters Hollow was taken to the hospital after someone allegedly broke into her home along Hillview Boulevard.

  • Hunters Hollow still dealing with questions over sewer system

     HUNTERS HOLLOW - Like the annoying sewer smell on a hot summer day, or the constant threat of another plant failure and backflow, a potential surcharge for Hunters Hollow residents continues to linger.

    City attorney Mark Edison updated the Hunters Hollow City Commission on two companies attempting to receive reimbursement for monies lost while assisting Bullitt Utilities with the city’s former sewage treatment plant.

  • National Library Week to be celebrated locally

     This week, the Bullitt County Public Library (BCPL) joins libraries in schools, campuses, and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week, a time to highlight the dynamic changes that are happening in today’s libraries. Libraries today aren’t only a place of quiet study and a place to check out books, but also creative and engaging community centers where people can collaborate, explore new technologies like 3D printing, or just relax with friends old and new.