Today's News

  • Joiner is signed and sealed to play football at Pikeville

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Sensing that something big was being built in the Kentucky mountains, Bullitt Central senior James Joiner recently decided that his football career would continue at Pikeville University.
        The Bears went 4-6 last season, but seem to have the makings of a bigger and better team in the future.

  • BC's Freeman decides on football at Lindsey Wilson

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - After not playing football as a sophomore and junior at Bullitt Central, Tanner Freeman might not have been the first candidate to receive aide to play football at the college level.
        But Freeman does have something that college coaches always want - size. At 6-4 and 265 pounds, Freeman was a powerful force during his senior season playing for the Cougars.

  • Lady Eagles come up short of lofty state goals

        LOUISVILLE - The North Bullitt Lady Eagles had just one goal at the state of the 2012 Ebonite/KHSAA State Bowling Tournament - win the second state title in the program's history and the first since the sport became sanctioned by the KHSAA this season.
        Coach Sam Druen's program seemed on the right course as they rolled past Boone County in the first round of the 16-team bracket event and they seemingly got a break when 15th-seeded Male stunned second-seeded Scott County in the first round.

  • Hillview cruiser involved in non-injury accident

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Friday rains led to slippery roads and an accident at a dangerous intersection involving a police cruiser.

    The two-car accident involved a Hillview unit returning to the city from a transport to the Bullitt County Detention Center.

    The accident occurred around 3 p.m. Friday afternoon at the intersection of Highway 61 and Highway 1020 Friday afternoon.

    Bullitt County Deputy Sheriff Charlie Mann said the cruiser, a 2004 Ford Crown Victoria, was headed northbound on 61 when another vehicle made a sudden stop in front if it.

  • Greer: House to study Senate budget revisions

     The pace of the General Assembly picked up considerably this week as legislators considered a flurry of legislation.

  • Salem Speedway kicks off the 2012 season with short-track practice

     SALEM, IN – The first official 2012 Salem Speedway on-track action is set to unfold on Saturday afternoon with a three-hour practice period.

    The short-track test and tune session is open to the O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks and Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks and any other racing divisions scheduled to compete on the infield quarter-mile oval during the 2012 season.

    Pit gates open at 10 a.m., with practice from noon to 3 p.m.

  • Man indicted for making threats against judges

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — A man has been indicted for making threats on two Bullitt County district judges.

  • Man accused of attempted murder caught in MW

     TAYLORSVILLE - A Mount Eden man is behind bars after allegedly shooting at and pistol-whipping his girlfriend Friday afternoon.

  • Bullitt East boys’ netters get off to a quick start

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The tennis season is off and running for local high school teams.

  • MW man dies in accident

                 MOUNT WASHINGTON – A Mount Washington man was killed in a motorcycle accident on Highway 44 East Thursday afternoon.
                 The victim was 66-year-old Howard Wayne Parton, according to Bullitt County Coroner Dave Billings.
                 Billings said Parton died of blunt force injuries sustained in the accident. Parton was pronounced dead on the scene.