Today's News

  • Flag pole dedication in Mount Washington

     Mount Washington Lions Club members recently gathered with local officials, business leaders and residents to dedicate a flagpole and monument at their club building on Old Bardstown Road.

    The Mount Washington Fire Department Color Guard, mayor Joetta Calhoun, the Lions Club district governor and local Lions and Lioness Club members participated in a special flag raising ceremony to kick off the event.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 10/12/11

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at the Bullitt County School Board's efforts to raise test scores.

  • Need to look beyond P/F to see changes

     Many students love to take Pass/Fail courses. It takes a lot of hard work to fail a course.

  • BE girls advance over NB

     BARDSTOWN - Rallying from an early deficit with five goals over the last 50 minutes of play, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers advanced on Monday to the semi-finals of the Girls’ Ninth District Soccer Tournament with a 5-1 victory over North Bullitt.

  • ROADWORK: Week of Oct. 10

     The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled for the week of Oct. 10:

    Bullitt County:

    KY 61:  Lane closures and delays possible between Ball Park Road and KY 251 (mile points 2.0 and 7.4) due to roadway resurfacing.

    KY 480 (Cedar Grove Road):  Construction delays possible between Interstate 65 and Cedar Grove Elementary School (mile points 1.0 and 2.0) due to roadway widening.

  • New system of accountability

    If we had a normal class of children where 87% of the students are making a failing grade, I would wonder if the problem was with the person presenting the material.
    You may notice I didn’t say teacher, because in order to really be a teacher, a student has to learn what it is that the teacher is supposed to have taught.
    We don’t have this problem because we have solid, sensible, caring teachers who will do what it takes to make sure students understand what they need to understand to progress to the next level.

  • BE downs BC 7-1; Now time for the post-season

                MOUNT WASHINGTON - With only ten days remaining in the regular season for girls' soccer, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers had a 7-9 record. That mark included a seven-game winning streak and an eight-game losing streak.

  • Pretty doesn't count as North defuses Rockets

                HEBRON ESTATES - It may have been the biggest play of the game but it will never make the box score.

                And, in fact, most of the North Bullitt fans may have gone home happy Friday night with a 14-13 victory -- forgetting what happened with 8:12 left in the second quarter.

  • The War was all of that and more

                MOUNT WASHINGTON - In a grand example of why it is called The War, Bullitt East and Bullitt Central went nose-to-nose on Friday night in a classic intra-county contest that wasn't decided until 13 seconds remained.

  • Hunters Hollow looking to keep city clean, well drained

                HUNTERS HOLLOW - Members of the Hunters Hollow City Commission are determined to keep the city as clean and safe as possible.

                At the commission's September meeting, ongoing concerns in regards to recent area ditchwork, along with what the council feels is a potential pollution hazard, were addressed.