Today's News


    MARCH 2010



    Brain Injury Awareness

    Caffeine Awareness

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Awareness

    Clean Up Your IRS Act

    Colorectal Cancer Awareness


    Credit Education

    Employee Spirit

    Endometriosis Awareness

    Ethics Awareness

    Expanding Girls' Horizons in Science and Engineering

    Eye Donor

    Frozen Food

    Honor Society Awareness

    Humorists Are Artists (HAAM)

    International Ideas

  • Jewish assists Hillview response

    HILLVIEW - The Hillview Emergency Response Team visited Jewish Hospital Medical Center South.

    The team consists of about 20 volunteers trained for various emergency situations.

    Team coordinator Tom Jean, Sr., said the group assists other emergency units throughout the county. They organized a shelter at the Hillview Community Center following last year’s ice storm.

    The team also assisted refugees with Hurricane Katrina relief assistance at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds.

  • Saturday event to kick off child abuse prevention state observance

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Celebrate Kids!! Kickoff for Child Abuse Awareness is scheduled for Saturday, March 27, noon to 4 p.m. at First Street Park in Shepherdsville.

    Bullitt County CASA director Cindy Prestigiacomo said the event would be full of fun activities in lieu of a worthy cause.

    The fun activities include an Astro-Jump, clowns and face painting.

    A pie-throwing contest promises to be a lot of fun. Prestigiacomo said local officials would donate their services as targets. Each pie cost $1 to throw.

  • TARC riders rally troops to save daily route to Bullitt

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Riders of the Transit Authority of River City’s Bullitt County Express, Route 66X gathered one last time to voice their concerns and offer suggestions to TARC officials before the board of directors makes their final decision on cutting the route on Monday morning.

        It was standing room only in the Bullitt County Fiscal Court chamber on Thursday night when nearly 100 people gathered for the final public hearing to discuss the board’s proposal to cut bus service to the county.

  • BE's big rally falls short to Butler 48-43

    LOUISVILLE - A pair of long droughts put the Bullitt East Lady Chargers behind the eight ball on Sunday afternoon in the Sixth Region Championship game and not even a remarkable comeback was enough as the red and gold lost a 48-43 decision to Butler.

    The Lady Chargers, the state’s 16th-ranked team, went nearly seven minutes early in the second quarter with only three free throws to show for it and followed that up with a six minute scoreless span in the third quarter that allowed Butler to take a 36-21 lead.

  • LJ woman dies in Tuesday accident

        LEBANON JUNCTION - A Lebanon Junction resident dies as a result of an accident on Highway 61 Tuesday afternoon.

        Felisa Rollins, 69, was pronounced dead at the scene by Bullitt County coroner Morris Proffitt.

        Rollins was headed northbound in her vehicle, a red Ford Focus, at the top of the 61 hill just south of Belmont Road.


    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Highway District 5 reports the following roadwork scheduled in Bullitt County for the week of Mar. 22:


    Bullitt County:

    Interstate 65: Traffic stoppages are possible in each direction near KY 61 (mile point 104.6). The stoppages are possible daily between 1-4 p.m. for blasting operations off the roadway for a water company project. A rolling road block will be utilized with traffic being stopped for up to 20 minutes at a time.

  • Low bids helps to lower cost of MW sewer plant

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - City officials were pleased last week as bids for the new waste water treatment plant expansion project were revealed during a public bid opening ceremony at the city annex building on Thursday afternoon.

        Companies from as far as Florida competed for the project, but ultimately it was Lexington water utilities contractor W. Rogers Company that submitted the lowest bid of $12.9 million, nearly $1.2 million below the city’s original estimate for the project.

  • Cases against men go to grand jury

        PIONEER VILLAGE - A pair of cases involving 20-year-old men and inappropriate behavior with minor girls will go to the next session of the Bullitt County Grand Jury.

        In separate probable cause hearings on Monday afternoon, cases against Robert David Beard, 20, and Nathaniel Hamilton Hardy, 20, were sent to the grand jury for possible indictment in the next 60 days.

        The cases revolve around an investigation by the Pioneer Village police department.