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Today's News

  • LJ moving forward with new curfew

     LEBANON JUNCTION— In a day where mom rarely cares if her child is home by the time the streetlights come on, the Lebanon Junction City Council is doing what it can to ensure any child is somewhere safe come nightfall.

    An ordinance was read for the first time establishing a curfew and imposing a penalty for violators and their guardians.

  • Tennis’ final week brings fair weather and flurry of play

    SHEPHERDSVILLE  — Boys and girls will be heading into Jefferson County this week as Sixth Region tournament action begins.

    Since the draw was not until Sunday night, no pairings are available.

    Savannah Kruse should have a high seed in her bid to return to the state tournament in Frankfort. Shanna Blocker of North Bullitt could also have an opportunity for a seed in singles play.

    On the boys side, it is unlikely any of the local participants will have a seed.

  • It will be a busy final week for area track programs

    MOUNT WASHINGTON -- The track season for all three area programs will end with a flurry this week with a pair of big meets.

    First, on Monday, the All-Bullitt County Track Championships will be held at Bullitt East High School.

    This event will be part of a full evening of track and field events at Bullitt East as Charger head coach Lenny Raley will be running both the Bullitt County Middle School and the High School championship meets on the same day.

    The two events will begin at 5:30 p.m. at Bullitt East.

  • NB’s Moody at state

     LEXINGTON – Outside of the competitors from Bullitt Central, North Bullitt freshman Josh Moody also qualified and competed in the KHSAA Kentucky State Archery Championships.

    Taking part in his first KHSAA state championships, Moody finished with a 285 total from his 30 shots. The freshman had 17 ‘10s’ on his scorecard.

    That 285 total placed Moody 67th overall out of 273 competitors. Among freshman, he had the 12th best score.

  • BC’s Glass third at state

     LEXINGTON – Posting his best competitive score ever, Bullitt Central senior Noah Glass finished third overall at the recent KHSAA Boys’ Kentucky State Archery Championships with a final tally of 297 (out of a possible 300).

    Glass is the lone senior who competed for the Cougars in the state finals and he set a nearly perfect example. The scorecard for the senior showed 27 ‘10s’ along with three ‘9s’.

  • Bullitt Central claims first-ever boy’s archery title

     LEXINGTON – A change in the format opened the door for Bullitt Central to make history as the Cougars’ won the first KHSAA Boys’ Kentucky State Archery title on April 27 at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington.

  • Second forum brings different responses

     LEBANON JUNCTION -- The community center was packed as the second of four political forums was held on Thursday evening.

    Candidates from various races were on stage at the Lebanon Junction Community Center to field questions in a forum sponsored by the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce and The Pioneer News.

     

    COUNTY JUDGE

    For the second time in as many weeks, incumbent Melanie Roberts and challenger Jerry Summers told voters why they should be the next county judge/executive.

  • Hillview detective indicted by grand jury

     HILLVIEW -- A police officer has been indicted and the investigation continues.

    John W. Nissen, a detective with the Hillview Police Department, has been indicted by the Bullitt County Grand Jury on charges of theft by deception, tampering with a witness and official misconduct.

    The charges stem from an incident which allegedly occurred on Sept. 21, 2017.

    Nissen has been placed on suspension with no police powers.

  • Relay for Life set for Friday night at NBHS

     HEBRON ESTATES - The silver screen. The red carpet. The purple shirts. And every story involved is worthy of an Oscar.

    “Lights, Camera, Cure” is the theme for the 2018 Bullitt County Relay for Life benefitting the American Cancer Society.

    This year’s event will be hosted on Friday, May 11, at North Bullitt High School, from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.

    Gayle Shuff, Relay’s event experience lead, said participating teams were encouraged to represent their favorite movie or television themes.

  • ROADSHOW for the week of May 6, 2018

     Serving the counties of Bullitt, Franklin, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble

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    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.