Today's News

  • BC track excels at Wildcat Classic

     The Bullitt Central Track team competed in the Wildcat Classic at the University of Kentucky on Saturday, January 26th. All 6 competing runners established new Personal Records and/or a school record.

    In the one mile run, Ben Stults and Jaden Hess finished with the 2nd and 3rd ranked times in the state for sophomores this year. They ran 4:49 (17th overall) and 4:56 (32nd overall). Seth Mitchell finished 55th overall with a time of 5:06. There were 135 runners total.

  • Little Flock has success on court

     The Little Flock Christian Academy Lady Lions won first place in the Collegiate Hoops 2019 class and the 28th annual Roundball Classic at Our Savior Lutheran School.

    In the Collegiate Hoops event, Little Flock defeated Highland Latin, Collegiate and St. Francis to win the championship.

  • Williams selected to FIRST Dean’s List

     “Totally ecstatic” is how Sarah Williams, 15, of Shepherdsville, replied when asked how she felt after being named one of two FIRST Dean’s List recipients recently.

    Sarah is a sophomore at Whitfield Academy and has been on the all-girls’ robotics team for two years.

    FIRST stands for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.

    The Dean’s List award winners are based on the student’s academic excellence, community service projects, personal interviews and much more.

  • Healthy Heart luncheon again has tickets going fast for Feb. 14 event

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — Fashion is an expression of the heart and one annual event pairs its fashion with heart-felt heart health stories each year.

    Organized by the Bullitt County Health Department and held at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre, the Healthy Hearts Wear Red Valentine’s Luncheon has brought together community members of all ages for an educational lunch and a survivor fashion show for the past 12 years.

  • Roaring ‘20s return to Bernheim for dinner on Valentine’s Day

     CLERMONT -- Re-live the Roaring Twenties on Valentine’s Day this year at Bernheim.

    The Valentine Dinner at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest has always been a special and romantic occasion, but this year commemorates 90 years since Bernheim was established in the 1920s.

  • Pascucci, Belk earn top recognition from NAI

     CLERMONT -- The National Association for Interpretation (NAI) Sunny Southeast Region has recognized Bernheim Family and Youth Program Manager Dan Pascucci as the Outstanding Interpreter of 2019.

    The Outstanding Interpreter award is presented to an NAI member who has worked more than three years in the profession and who demonstrates a recognized mastery and excellence in interpretation, creativity in programming or facility development, and a commitment to the profession and NAI.

  • North boys’ sending big group to state bowling

     SAINT MATTHEWS – The recent Region Three Bowling Tournament turned out to be an almost perfect week for the North Bullitt boys’ program as they qualified four entries for this week’s KHSAA Kentucky State Championships which will be held at Executive Strike and Spare in Louisville.

  • Central splits pair of games

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – This has been a strong season for the Bullitt Central Cougars on the hardwood, but if there has been one negative this winter it is the fact that the team has been inconsistent.

    That concept was definitely on display over the weekend as the team went on the road Friday and scored a season low in point in losing to Christian Academy 53-32. Then just 24-hours later, back at home, Bullitt Central was much better, beating Fairdale 72-65.

  • Bullitt County already faced battle of new school facilities

     A committee is now tackling the future plans for Bullitt County school facilities.

    That plan is evaluated every four years and the committee is beginning its work.

    However, thanks to the work 20 years ago, Bullitt County is in much better shape than the state’s largest district to the north.

    With a school board taking the leap and passing along the double nickel tax for construction projects, the current committee will have an easier time than others.

  • A little ground hog fun

     CLERMONT - A local rodent has waylaid plans to bring Bullitt County out of the shadows.

    And six more weeks of winter weather could be over and done before a legal decision could be reached.

    Issues began following the 2018 election, when new county judge/executive Jerry Summers made a decision to immediately fire long-time Bullitt County groundhog Nichols Nick.