Today's News

  • 2013 BE Hoops Homecoming 2013

     Ashley Anderson, daughter of Mike and Sondra Anderson, and Russell Wayne ‘Rusty’ Troutman, son of Tommy and April Troutman and Kathy and David McKinney, were crowned the Bullitt East Homecoming Queen and King on Friday evening.


     Pleasant Grove Elementary students and their families recently gathered with PGES staff at the Mount Washington Kroger for Family Math Night. 

  • Klondike Derby at Scout Camp

     CLERMONT - The Boy Scouts of America Lincoln Heritage Council hosted a Klondike Derby Feb. 8-10 at Camp Crooked Creek.

    The unique event featured unique challenges for over 300 area Boy and Girl Scouts, completing a Klondike-style.

    Scout patrol teams worked together to travel a course through woods and hills, completing survival skills tasks at various checkpoints.

    The event is a fun competition designed to allow Scouts opportunities to apply learned survival skills.

  • AAA Urges Caution with Icy Roadways in the Forecast

     With the potential for freezing rain forecast to move into the area this evening, AAA wants to remind motorists that driving in such conditions requires extreme caution and has issued tips to help motorists cope with the potentially icy roads.

    “The first question you should ask yourself is whether you need to be on the roads,” said Roger Boyd, director of public affairs for AAA. “Icy roads are among the most dangerous conditions a driver can face and if you can avoid driving you should.”

  • Proud to be ME at Nichols Elementary

     NICHOLS - Proud To Be Me Week was hosted by Nichols Elementary to allow students an opportunity to proudly show who they are.

  • Tell state officials what you think on future roadwork

     LOUISVILLE – The deadline is quickly approaching and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is looking for input from Bullitt Countians.

  • Bills get some action in General Assembly

      FRANKFORT–The gavel has fallen on week two of part two of the 2013 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly.  A flurry of new bills were filed, bringing the total in the House to 390.

  • BC’s Shifflett headed to Morehead for CC/track

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – As a middle school student, Alyssa Shifflett didn’t have access to a school-based running program.

  • Milestone Moment

     Bullitt East basketball coach Troy Barr was presented with a game ball after his team beat Bullitt Central last week for the coaches’ 241st career victory.

    Barr was presented the game ball by Bullitt East athletic director Bob Blackburn who held the old mark at 240 wins.

    Barr served as an assistant coach to Blackburn before taking over 12 years ago. Barr also played his high school basketball at Bullitt East.

  • Shepherdsville will hold line on sewer rates

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Sewers might stink in other areas of Bullitt County, but Shepherdsville appears to smell like a rose.