Today's News

  • Bullitt Blast will be another great day

     The biggest one-day event in Bullitt County will return for its 10th occasion.

  • Thanks for pool work

     On behalf of the Bullitt County Family YMCA staff and Board of Directors, as well as the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce, I’d like to say thanks to individuals and companies who made the wonderful work conducted at the swimming pool beside Bullitt Central High School possible.

  • BC Baseball Camp

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The first annual Bullitt Central Cougar Baseball Camp proved to be a success last week as 40 young players learned more about the game under the tutelage of head coach G.J. Moore and his coaches and players. 

    The only negative during the four-day camp was that rain during the week forced the players to change from cleats to tennis shoes as they moved inside the Bullitt Central gym for two days.

  • UPDATE: Train derails in Brooks

     UPDATE (07/01, 5 p.m.): Emergency officials announced that Highway 1020 should be reopened to traffic on Friday afternoon.

    The section of track involved in Thursday's derailment would again be open to train traffic as of Friday evening.

    Huber Station Rd., along the east side of the tracks, remains closed to thru traffic.

    All damaged rail cars were removed from the tracks and from Highway 1020. Crews with CSX, R. J. Corman and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet continued working on Friday to repair damages.


     A list of holidays, festivals, events and special designations for the month of July 2011:


    JULY 2011



    Baked Bean

    Bereaved Parents Awareness

    Bioterrorism/Disaster Education and Awareness

    Black Family


    Cell Phone Courtesy

    Child-Centered Divorce

    Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention

    Cord Blood Awareness

  • No budget yet; Shepherdsville council's last try tonight

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - With only four of the six councilmembers available, Shepherdsville officials delayed any action on a proposed sewer rate hike and the 2011-12 budget on Wednesday night.

  • ‘Summer’ school a bit different in county

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Traditional summer school — the kind in 80s movies, where kids are stuck behind desks, peering out the window to watch their friends run wild in the parking lot — doesn’t quite exist anymore.

  • Troop 868 returns from trip

     The Boy Scouts of Shepherdsville Troop 868 returned last Saturday from a 15-day trip across Tennessee that included a week of tent camping at Boy Scout Camp Buck Toms near Knoxville.  Eighteen scouts and four scoutmasters departed Shepherdsville on Saturday, June 11, for a week of touring and sightseeing prior to a week of resident camping.  

  • All in the Family! Courtneys head NB hoops

     HEBRON ESTATES - With the recent hiring of Brian Courtney as its new boys’ basketball coach, North Bullitt High School has created a unique situation with a husband/wife pair coaching its two high-profile basketball programs.

  • ‘Smaller’ senior season lands BC’s Goins at Campbellsville

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Losing more than 50 pounds between his junior and senior seasons of playing baseball at Bullitt Central paid huge dividends recently when Curtis Goins signed to take his skills to the next level at Campbellsville University.