Today's News

  • COYLE'S CORNER 03/14/12

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at potential plans to build warehouses on the current Heritage Hill property.

  • Time to rally behind teams

     Now that the regular season is over, it’s time to pull together and root for the county’s representative in the PNC/KHSAA Sweet Sixteen.

  • Reality Check

     Students at Hebron Middle School recently got a little Reality Check thanks to a program that puts them into the real world of finance.

    The Reality Store allows students to take their money and then decide how they are going to spend it.

    They have options on some of their disposable income but they are also have some items that they must purchase... such as paying for shelter and food.

    The students were assisted by members of the North Bullitt Future Business Leaders of American chapter, who worked at the tables.

  • King and Queen

    June Armstrong and Bobby Vincent were crowned Queen and King for the Valentine party held annually by Green Meadows Health Care in Mount Washington.

  • Spurling ready to take net game to Campbellsville University

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Not deciding that volleyball might be a game she would like to compete at until she was a freshman at Bullitt Central, Sarah Spurling made up for lost time and is now headed to the next level, having signed to play at Campbellsville University.
        The Lady Cougar senior made that official on Thursday, signing the papers in the school's library with her mother, grandparents and high school coaches present along with Campbellsville head coach Amy Eckenfels.

  • BC's Helm set for state

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central senior Megan Helm came up a single pin short of a singles title at the Region 3 Tournament recently at Dixie Lanes in southwest Jefferson County.
        Still, after dominating the qualifying, Helm's runner-up finish was good enough to advance her to the first-ever Ebonite/KHSAA Bowling State Championships which will be held on Thursday and Friday, March 22-23 at Executive Strike and Spare in Louisville.

  • State Bound!! Lady Eagles slip past arch-rival PRP in final

        LOUISVILLE - North Bullitt and Pleasure Ridge Park might not have a big rivalry in most sports, but when it comes to girls' bowling, the two programs are among the elite teams in the blossoming sport.
        The Lady Panthers have won four of the last five state championships. The only year they didn't win it was in 2009 when North Bullitt grabbed the title. That makes it a big deal when the two clash in major competitions.

  • BE looking to refocus after region excitement

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - While winning any regional championship is an exciting event, I think I can say without hesitation that no team in Kentucky had a bigger emotional explosion in winning their regional basketball title than the Bullitt East Chargers.

  • County figures look to be on par with budget

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - You hear about governmental agencies running in the red during the current fiscal year.
        What condition is Bullitt County?
        Through seven months, which ended on Jan. 31, 2012, here's a snapshot of financial condition of Bullitt County's budget, including revenue items.
        The public must consider that some revenue items and some expenses may occur at certain times of the fiscal year.

  • Process can start to replace magistrate

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - A replacement will now be sought for the vacancy created by the resignation of magistrate Dan Kelty.
        Kelty, who is in the second year of a four-year term as Second District magistrate, that he planned to resign by the end of last week.
        The comments came after a member of the audience asked Kelty about his future during Tuesday's fiscal court meeting.