Today's News

  • Bullitt Central finishes second at NASP Worlds

     LOUISVILLE – Improving by 43 points from a year earlier, Bullitt Central jumped all the way to a second place finish last weekend at the NASP World Tournament at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

    Bullitt Central posted a score of 3,446 and finished just eight points behind Castle High School from Indiana for the world title.

  • Hebron Presbyterian still going strong after 160 years

     PIONEER VILLAGE — For 160 years, Hebron Presbyterian has served members of northern Bullitt County.

    The church celebrated at the church with a walk down memory lane.

    Displays lined the edge of the room showcasing the church’s history in categories ranging from weddings to old newsletters. Dozens of photo books featured hundreds of photographs taken at church events or of church members. A quilt was on exhibit that had been passed down through five generations of church members.

  • Shep. Police catch teens with stolen items

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — Two teens were arrested after allegedly taking items from a local grocery store.

    At 4:19 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13, Shepherdsville officers were called to the Kroger on a report of a theft.

    The victim said that two individuals had stolen a fireman and electronics.

    With the assistance of the Hillview Police Department, two individuals were located and the stolen items recovered in less than two hours.

  • Man to serve seven years in death of teen

     HILLVIEW -- He won’t face a murder conviction and 20 years in prison but a Bullitt County man will spend time for his role in the death of a teenager last spring.

    Bradley Cannon entered a guilty plea on the charges of reckless homicide, tampering with physical evidence and leaving the scene of an accident.

    On March 4, 2017, Cannon’s vehicle struck Robert Pace, who was walking across Preston Highway near Old Preston Highway.

  • BE’s David Boyer competes, medals at state track finals

     LEXINGTON – Bullitt East junior David Boyer got a special thrill recently when he competed in two events at the Kentucky State Track and Field Championships at the University of Kentucky.

    Boyer, who is a special needs student at Bullitt East, is in his first year competing in ‘unified’ events in track conducted by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association.

  • NB’s Lush signs to play baseball for Asbury U.

     HEBRON ESTATES -- His first taste at the varsity level came as an eight-grade player.

    But, the finest moments for Alec Lush came toward the conclusion of his senior year.

    However, the playing has stopped for the crafty lefty as he will take his pitching talents to Asbury College.

    The son of Steve and Kathleen Lush was pitching at his highest level as he led North Bullitt to a Sixth Region opening win over DeSales in late May.

  • ROADSHOW for the week of June 17, 2018

     Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.


    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.


  • Bernheim 10th in middle school 3D World finals

     LOUISVILLE – Showing great improvement over the last part of the season, the Bernheim Middle School 3D archery team capped off a big season last weekend with a tenth place finish in the NASP World Tournament at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

  • Bullitt Central adds another title to stellar season

     LOUISVILLE – Bullitt Central’s archery program is going to need a bigger trophy case.

    Already winners this season of the KHSAA Boys’ State Archery Championship title, coach Dustin Metcalf’s team tallied another major honor last weekend, winning the NASP World 3D Challenge at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.

  • UnBEElievable Business: Kelley pushes for more bees in Bullitt County

     MOUNT WASHINGTON—If the honeybees are gone, we’re gone.

    That’s local artist Travis Kelley’s motivation behind his newest project: Bee is for Bullitt County.

    After noticing the gourd production had dwindled four years ago, Kelley discovered it was due to lack of bees to pollinate the plants. He created a line of artwork called “Bee Somebody” to bring awareness to the situation.

    Today, Kelley is ready to get the rest of the county involved.