Today's News

  • Eagles' rushing game continues to impress

    SHELBYVILLE - The North Bullitt Eagles are not flying very high right now...and that is just fine with head coach Brett Newton and the green and gold fan base.

    North Bullitt (3-2 overall, 1-0 in the district) picked up its third straight win on Friday, beating district rival Shelby County 40-18, by keeping the ball on the ground. The Eagles and quarterback Dalton Hadley put the ball in the air just three times, completing two for 63 yards.

  • ARCA Truck series, season championship at Salem

    SALEM, Ind. - Season championships will be on the line when racing returns to the high banks of Salem Speedway on Sunday afternoon. The Scott County Visitors Commission Season Championship presented by Salem True Value Hardware is the final race of the year for both the Lucas Oil Super Stocks and Dave & Deb’s Winner’s Circle Street Stocks.

    Joining the Super Stocks and Street Stocks on Sunday will be the ARCA Truck Series, plus the Salem Speedway Pure Stock ovals, Pure Stock figure 8s and Front Wheel Drive Stocks.

  • Thursday night clash is big one for the Cougars

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central Cougars will take a noticeable step up in competition this week when they lock horns with Doss in a key Class 5-A district contest that will be played on Thursday night in Louisville.

        The game was just moved up a day in the past few weeks at the request of Doss.

        "It can be an advantage or a disadvantage," Bullitt Central head coach Danny Leasor said on Monday. "I hate to break the routine. I do think it will be to our benefit."

  • Little Flock still going strong after 200 years

    PIONEER VILLAGE - It was 200 years ago that a group of seven pioneers gathered to start a Baptist church in a wilderness dotted with rustic log cabins and primitive stone houses in northern Bullitt County.

    Little did they know they were establishing a church that would stand two centuries and become one of the largest congregations in the county.

    As this year marks the bicentennial of Little Flock Ministry Center the church has commemorated the historic milestone with a series of monthly events that began in January.

  • School tax to increase by 4 percent plex proposed

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Gary Wooldridge favored a compromise agreement on the proposed increase in the school property tax on Tuesday.

        However, as chairman with the tie-breaking vote, Wooldridge was placed in what he considered not a very tough position.

        While he didn’t want to see taxes increase by the proposed amount, he also realized that the school district couldn’t keep moving forward with some additional revenue.

  • Bluegrass at its finest

        The Bullitt County Fairgrounds recently played host to the seventh annual Bluegrass 101 festival.

        The event featured a variety of country and bluegrass music from acts such as Cumberland River, Town Mountain, Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, Driving Rain, Kentucky Wind and of course, Bluegrass 101.

  • Powerful rushing attack pushes BC to first district win

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - In Dan Leasor’s 150th victory as a high school coach, his Bullitt Central Cougars took care of business.

        Behind a 235-yard performance from running back James Johnson, the Cougars cruised to a 34-6 victory over the winless Waggener Wildcats.

        “It was pretty much a blue collar job,” Leasor said of his 67th victory at the Cougar coach. “With three defensive starters still out, an offensive starter out and a quarterback injured, we played pretty well.”

  • Lady Charger CC team ranked sixth

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - On Tuesday, the Bullitt East girls’ cross-country program got some big news when they were ranked sixth in Class AA in the first Kentucky Track and Cross-Country Coaches Association rankings of the season.

  • Maraman steps down from council; Samuels to fill seat until January

        LEBANON JUNCTION - For the first time since 1995 the people of Lebanon Junction will not have Ozzie Maraman representing them on city council...at least not for now.

        When Maraman retired from Lebanon Junction Elementary School on June 1 after 28 years of service on the janitorial staff, he was told that he wasn’t allowed to hold public office for at least three months after retirement, according to Kentucky statute.

        With his hands tied by the state, he was forced to submit his resignation to the council.

  • All clear after NB gas leak

        HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt High School received an all clear following a brief evacuation Thursday morning.

        Principal Tracey Lamb said students were evacuated due to a gas smell within the building.

        Zoneton Fire units responded to the school. No gas leaks were detected upon an investigation.

        Students were evacuated approximately 15 minutes, Lamb said.