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Today's News

  • Bennington could serve 155 years in prison

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - A Bullitt Circuit Court jury has recommended that Perry Bennington serve the next 155 years in prison for 14 sex-related counts.

    The jury deliberated about an hour on the penalty phase. The recommended sentences ranged from five to 20 years in prison with the recommendation to serve the terms consecutively. Bennington could serve 155 years in prison.

    Final sentencing will be held June 8 at 10 a.m.

    Bennington was found guilty on multiple charges of rape, sodomy and incest involving his daughter over a 16-year period dating back to 1974.

  • He's Back - Gallemore set to lead Lady Cougars

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - After a year ‘away from home’, Bullitt Central softball coach Buddy Gallemore is back in his familiar spot leading the Lady Cougar program.

    For six years Gallemore was a fixture with Bullitt Central softball, two years as an assistant coach before taking the top sport for the next four years. Last year, Gallemore strayed to the top job at Seneca High School while continuing to teach at Bullitt Central. Now, he is back with a number of familiar faces ready to help.

  • BE baseball ready to live up to expectations

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - Perhaps not since the early 1990s with the high-powered softball program have expectations been as high for a spring sports team as they are this season for the Bullitt East baseball squad.

    With all but two players returning from a team that posted a program best 27-7 mark last year, a record that included a 14-game winning streak, the Chargers are sitting amongst the state’s elite this season. Already, coaches in Kentucky have ranked Bullitt East 11th in the state to start the season.

  • Lady Chargers will be young, but energized

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - A year of familiarity with each other should pay dividends this spring for the Bullitt East softball program.

    A year ago, head coach Ed Phelps was not hired until a few months before the start of the 2008 season. That made it a learning experience for the coach and his players throughout the season.

    Now, the coach knows his players and the players know what to expect from the coach.

  • New home means new life for Cougar baseball

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - New season. New field. New era. New attitude.

    A new life. That is how the Bullitt Central Cougars are looking at the 2009 season. When the team moves into its new field in two weeks, head coach Tommy Alvey and his squad are ready to begin anew.

    “We’re excited to have a new field,” the coach said just before he starts his third season at the helm. “The kids are positive. It’s something the kids are proud of and can call their own.”

  • HOLIDAYS: MARCH 2009
  • Eagle baseball seeking the next step - regional success

    HEBRON ESTATES - For most area baseball teams, getting to the University of Louisville’s Jim Patterson Stadium for a regional tournament game pretty much sits at the top of the ‘goal list’ at the start of each season.

    For the North Bullitt Eagles, it is more a ‘been there and done that’ mindset in terms of that wish list. Of course, the green and gold want to get to that stage, something they did last season. Now, the top goal is to start winning games that go far into the post-season.

  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • Lady Eagles ready to attack a tough schedule

    HEBRON ESTATES – Over the previous five seasons in which he has been involved in the North Bullitt softball program, Eric Lambert has seen a lot of different things.

    Mostly he has seen head coaches come and go. As an assistant coach, Lambert has worked under four different head coaches. During one season, in 2006, Lambert was elevated to head coach when John Hammonds stepped down midway through the season.

  • County leases property to earn income until sold

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – Prime commercial real estate purchased by county government three years ago will soon see some building.

    Well, make that, lots of buildings.

    Bullitt Fiscal Court voted 4-1 to allow Jim White to lease the property formerly home to Gobel’s Exotic Entertainment.

    White’s USA Portable Buildings will use the property for a sales lot for portable buildings.