HEBRON ESTATES-- If the recruiters won't come to you, then go to the recruiters.
That philosophy worked out just fine for North Bullitt senior softball player Shelby Crenshaw when it came to finding a college to continue her sport in the coming years.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - It was a shining moment, literally, for 11 candidates asking for Bullitt County votes in the May 19 state primary election.
The candidates gathered in the sunlit Bullitt Central High School gymnasium for a Meet the Candidates event sponsored by the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce, KentuckyOne Health, Republic Bank and The Pioneer News.
The group included two gubernatorial candidates, both running for the Republican nomination.
That is the best way to describe the week that was last week for the Bullitt East Charger baseball squad. There was a little bit of everything and despite a 2-1 record, veteran head coach Jeff Bowles was still upset after the two wins with the one loss on Tuesday, a 7-6 setback to 24th District rival Jeffersontown.
BARDSTOWN-- For the second and third times this season all three Bullitt County high school track programs converged on tracks in Nelson County to find a safe area to compete.
On Monday, all six teams took part in the Border Battle at Nelson County High School. The three Bullitt County schools took on the three public schools from Nelson County in what is becoming an annual event.
SHEPHERDSVILLE-- A free basketball player?
That is exactly what Bellarmine University got recently when Bullitt Central senior Stephanie Still cast her lot to play with the Lady Knights starting in the fall.
Often times it is the player who gets the free ride based on her ability. In this instance, Bellarmine gets a free player based on her academic accomplishments.