Today's News

  • Usher, Bramlage-Schomburg honored for leadership

     District Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning Adrienne Usher and Director of Secondary Education Rachelle Bramlage-Schomburg will be inducted into the 2019 cohort of Kentucky Women in Education Leadership.

    They are among 24 professionals selected by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators and the Center for Education Leadership.

    Usher said she is honored and very excited to have been selected for participation in Cohort 2 of KWEL.

  • Magnus Rewards has new look at how to get your message out

     CLERMONT - A new local business and Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce member hopes to reward the local community while earning its own rewards.

    Magnus Rewards, based in Mount Washington, is billed as the future of local advertising, featuring a rewards app that connects consumers and advertisers, allowing consumers to earn points and earn discounts by watching ads.

  • BC, BE claim early week wins

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With most of the focus of high school basketball fans on the Girls’ LIT last week in Louisville, it was a thin week of games for the rest of the programs in Bullitt County not part of that event.

    Still, the Bullitt East Chargers and the Bullitt Central Cougars picked up nice victories early last week.

  • BBB: Hot Topics - February 2019

     Take a look at BBB’s hot topics for February 2019!

  • East beats Fern Creek....again

      LOUISVILLE – Second verse, same as the first.

    Meeting Fern Creek for the second time in seven days, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers got in, got out and took care of business on Tuesday, beating their 24th District rivals 71-33 in the opening round of the 47th annual Republic Bank/Coca-Cola Girls’ Louisville Invitational Tournament at Bellarmine University.

  • Lady Chargers come up big in beating Mercy

      LOUISVILLE – It might have been bitterly cold outside, but the Bullitt East Lady Chargers kept a hot-hand throughout Thursday’s impressive 66-50 victory over Mercy in the second round of the Republic Bank/Coca-Cola Girls’ Louisville Invitational Tournament.

    The win marked the second time in three seasons that Bullitt East has advanced to the weekend of the tournament. In 2017, the Lady Chargers won two games before being eliminated by eventual state champion Mercer County.

  • Bullitt East slides into LIT semifinals

     LOUISVILLE -- In his 33 years of coaching, Chris Stallings had not run across this situation.

    Ready to play in the quarterfinals of the Republic Bank/Coca Cola Girls’ Louisville Invitational Tournament on Friday, Stallings received a phone call shortly after noon.

    Due to the inclement weather overnight, the Boyd County Lady Lions would not be able to make the trip to Bellarmine University.

  • Smoke in your eyes...

     Eight fire departments and nearly 50 firefighters were part of the efforts Tuesday afternoon to battle a blaze at the Santa Rosa facility at the corner of East Blue Lick Road and Hillview Boulevard.

    Zoneton fire marshal Kevin Moulton said the cause of the blaze was still unknown. No one was injured and the fire was contained to one building. The scene was under control in less than an hour.

    Workers had gone from the shop area around 2:30 p.m. and the smoke was seen around 4:47 p.m. by employees in the administrative part of the facility.

  • Road crews reporting to work ahead of morning snow

     LOUISVILLE – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) road crews in District 5 will be reporting for duty early on Friday morning in preparation for possible snow and freezing rain.

    Maintenance staff and contract crews will arrive at work by 4 a.m. to treat roads as a wintry mix may be falling during the morning commute hours.

    While 9,000 tons of salt and 41,000 gallons of calcium chloride have been used across our eight counties so far this winter, KYTC District 5 facilities still have plenty of anti-icing chemicals on hand.

  • Outstanding staff helps Rasner make transition into PVA office

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Depp Rasner spent years in the health care field.

    There, processes were very important to reach efficiency and accuracy.

    When he began his four-year term as Bullitt County’s Property Valuation Administrator on Dec. 3, Rasner was eager to get started.

    After the first six weeks, Rasner is proud of the work that has been done and eager to continue to make the PVA office the best in the state.

    “It’s coming along very well,” said Rasner.