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Today's News

  • Eastside shoots lights out, takes 'B' division title

    PLEASANT GROVE – Nobody expected what happened on Monday night in the championship game of the Girls’ Bullitt County Middle School ‘B’ Division Basketball Tournament at Eastside Middle School.

         No, not the fact that Eastside won the title, closing out the season with a 28-2 record.

         The great mystery was the final score. Eastside rolled early and never looked back as they beat their archrivals, and good friends, the Mount Washington Lady Generals, by a quite unexpected 46-9 score.

  • Eagles have the experience for a big season

     HEBRON ESTATES – After winning 22 games last season, with 18 in a row during one point, and with all but one player returning, the North Bullitt Eagles have reason to be excited about the upcoming season.

         While the players are always going to be excited at the start of a season, the euphoria extends to the head coach this time around. After serving as an assistant coach at Bullitt East last season, Korey Craddock is back in the Eagles’ nest as the head coach.

  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Members of First Baptist Church of Shepherdsville, with the help of Boy Scout Troop 8281, provided Thanksgiving dinner to over 400 people Thursday. This is an annual mission of the church to a meal to those in need. The church also hosted dozens who came in to enjoy a meal and fellowship.

  • One case sent to grand jury, other one pleads in BE incident

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--Recent arrests on Bullitt East High School grounds has left many with concerns.

    On Tuesday, Nov. 18,  afternoon around 2 p.m., the Mount Washington Police Department received a phone call on two possible intoxicated subjects trying to pick up a student at Bullitt East High School, said Chief Roy Daugherty.

    After arriving on scene, the officer found the two subjects who smelled of marijuana. Andrew Marchegion, of Jeffersontown, admitted to having marijuana in a vehicle on school property. He consented to a search.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning December 1, 2014

    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.

  • Records seized from chief, fire dept.

    CLERMONT - An investigation of Southeast Bullitt Fire Department and its long-time chief, Julius Hatfield, resulted in the seizure of records and computers on Tuesday.

  • Chargers are once again regional threats

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Expectations can be a good thing. Unrealistic expectations can be a tough anchor to overcome.

    That is what Bullitt East head coach Bob Blackburn is telling the Charger Nation after his team has been ranked among the top-20 teams in the state in various pre-season polls.

  • Refreshed Lady Cougars ready for big season

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The 2013-14 season didn’t end badly for the Bullitt Central Lady Cougars, it just didn’t end the way they had hoped it would.

    After closing out the regular season with seven wins in the last eight games, the Lady Cougars were peaking at just the right time. Unfortunately, two starters, Lexi Graham and Kasey Renfrow, went down with serious knee injuries in the final games.

  • BE’s Jacob Bowles set to play for Southern Indiana

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Bullitt East senior baseball player Jacob Bowles will be the first to admit that he has been a ‘late bloomer’ when it comes to his sport.

    In fact, there was a time when his father, Bullitt East baseball coach Jeff Bowles, sat down with is son and mentioned the possibility of having to cut his son from a future Charger team. That was when Jacob was still in middle school, but the message took hold and the younger Bowles worked hard at his sport.

  • Comments result in call for action

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The controversy involving statements made by a local fire chief has led to several officials seeking action.

    And, one has asked Southeast Bullitt fire chief Julius Hatfield to resign.

    Hatfield, the long-time chief, made comments recently to a television reporter when she questioned actions taken by the fire district.

    Already under an examination by the state auditor’s office, the question revolved around spending and why several of the district’s six firehouses were not manned.