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Today's News

  • Giving gift of prosperity to Kentucky

     FRANKFORT - As the song goes, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.”

    The Christmas season always evokes a spirit of thankfulness and giving, when families come together to celebrate the reason for the season.

    And the New Year’s holiday is often a time to start with a slate clean, hopefulness toward starting something new like giving up smoking or losing weight.

    In this holiday season for the Commonwealth we can be thankful in some ways, but in others we are hoping for a new start.

  • Clark finds right fit after college with path to U.S. Marines

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The famous path for the U.S. Marines runs from the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli.

    For PFC Cody Clark, the road went from Shepherdsville to Campbellsville.

    A 2010 Bullitt Central graduate, Clark recently graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, S.C.

    Clark first attended Campbellsville University following high school graduation, where he played soccer.

  • Attorney to look at overall policies, procedures at SEB

    CLERMONT -- For the past several years, Jeffery Freeman has provided legal representation for the Southeast Bullitt Fire District on a limited basis.

  • Eastside pulls away late for 'A' title

    ZONETON – The Eastside Eagles remained the king of the hill in area middle school basketball on Thursday as they pulled away from a tie at halftime to beat Bullitt Lick 50-29 in the Championship Game of the 2014 Boys’ Bullitt County Middle School ‘A’ Division Tournament.

         The win was the second straight title for Eastside (19-4), but the first for new head coach Doyle Thomas who was an assistant coach at the school last year.

  • City to consider whether sun will set on payroll tax rate

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- When the Shepherdsville City Council approved an increase in the occupational tax rate, there was a deadline.

  • Rakes caps late rally with lay-up at :10 for victory

    FAIRDALE – A driving lay-up by junior Bailey Rakes with 10 seconds remaining, capped a wild Bullitt East rally over the last three minutes of the game as the Chargers turned back Covington Holmes 67-65 in the opening round of the Forcht Bank King of the Bluegrass Holiday Classic at Fairdale High School.

  • Eagles suffer late loss

    HEBRON ESTATES – For the first time this season, North Bullitt was flat on Friday night and it showed, especially in the final minute, as the green and gold allowed the Holy Cross Cougars to escape the Eagles’ Nest with a 44-41 victory.

         The loss snapped North Bullitt’s three-game winning streak and dropped the Eagles to 4-3 overall.

         The loss did not sit will with first-year head coach Korey Craddock.

  • Quick start Lady Eagles win sixth straight game

    HEBRON ESTATES – The North Bullitt Lady Eagles continued a strong habit of starting fast and the green and gold did just that on Friday, scoring a remarkable 45 points in the first half as they rolled past Sixth Region rival Holy Cross in the final regular season game before the holiday tournaments started the next day.

         The Lady Eagles went on win 73-43 for the sixth straight win for the team to start the season. A year ago, North Bullitt opened the season with 11 straight wins, the best in school history.

  • Eastside stays undefeated with 'B' win

    ZONETON – An 18 point explosion in the second quarter moved Eastside Middle School into the lead and they maintained the advantage the rest of the way to beat Mount Washington Middle School 38-30 in the championship game of the 2014 Boys’ Bullitt County Middle School Tournament at Zoneton Middle School.

         The win capped a perfect season for Eastside as the Eagles moved to 25-0 for the season. It was the third time they had beaten Mount Washington this season.

  • RALPH BLEEMEL: Longtime public official dies

    MOUNT WASHINGTON -- A familiar name in county government circles for many years has passed away.