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Today's News

  • Tasty Project: Cedar Grove Elementary

    Students at Cedar Grove Elementary got to build gingerbread houses during the holiday season.

    The annual project for the youngsters included some graham crackers and icing, along with a few milk cartons.

    The students involved in gingerbread making were in both morning and afternoon Kindegarten classes at Cedar Grove.

  • Sounds of the Season: Brooks Elementary

    Despite one night of postponement due to weather, the Brooks Elementary concert was a success.

    Brooks students performed Christmas-related songs, some with instruments and others with choreographed dance steps.

    Prior to the show, children visited with Santa Claus.

    The show was directed by Brooks Music and Arts instructor Krista Mueller.

  • JAG students visit Colonial House

    JAG Students recently experienced the feelings associated with serving others as they prepared and delivered gifts and goodies for the residents of Colonial House Nursing Home.   

  • Sounds of the Season: Bullitt Central Chorus

    The annual Bullitt Central High School Concert Choir Winter Benefit Concert took place at Shepherdsville First Baptist Church.

    Despite missing a few members due to illness, the choir received a favorable ovation.

    One of this year's highlights included a production of the classic Christmas tune, "The Twelve Days of Christmas," acted out by the performers while they sang.

  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • Scholarship Donation

    North Bullitt boys’ basketball coach Lee Barger accepts a check from Depp Rasner of Deppster’s Studio for the Sarah Major Barger Memorial Scholarship Fund which the coach set up to honor his mother.

    The scholarship will be awarded to the Eagle student who best exemplifies a commitment to achieve excellence in academia, athletics and community service.

    Anyone wishing to contribute to the scholarship fund can contact Barger at North Bullitt High School,  957-2186.

  • Budget solutions need to be long-term answers

    FRANKFORT – The Kentucky General Assembly convened its 2009 Regular Session last week, with more than 200 bills already filed and more on the way.

    During this odd-year “short” session, legislators will meet for 30 days.

    Already, I have been awarded a position as the Chairman on the Senate Licensing, occupations, and Administrative Regulations Committee.

  • Educators sing praise of monthly early release days

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Any rumblings board members or superintendent Keith Davis may hear about the monthly two-hour early release of students might be alleviated after Tuesday evening.

    For an hour, educators from around the district trumpeted the successes seen in just the first four two-hour blocks where teachers have uninterrupted time to work on providing students better educations in Bullitt County.

    Part of the first quarterly educational assessment meeting of the new year dealt with the results of the early release days, which are the second Wednesdays of each month.

  • Attorney seeks to have charges on youth president dismissed by judge

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The charges that Shelly Strong improperly took money belonging to the Shepherdsville Raiders football program should be dismissed.

    That is the request defense attorney Angie Etherton has made of Bullitt Circuit Judge Rodney Burress.

    However, the matter, which is set for a Feb. 3 trial date, is being taken under consideration by Burress.

    During a recent hearing, Etherton said the charge of theft by unlawful taking should be dismissed against Strong because of various issues.

  • January is reminder to test for radon levels

    January is National Radon Month. The purpose of the month is to draw attention to radon as a serious public health issue and to motivate Americans to take action to protect themselves from radon health effects. In the state of Kentucky, Bullitt County is located in ZONE 1, which has the highest potential for exposure.