• Hebron, Crossroads could be Gleeful if enough votes cast

     HEBRON ESTATES - Two Bullitt County schools hope to shout with glee upon receiving much-needed funding for their respective music programs.

  • Second Sunday

     HILLVIEW - Ken Schultz might be a former weatherman, but he brought along great weather for the annual 2nd Sunday event in Bullitt County.

    Schultz acted as grand marshal of the event in Hillview, leading patrons on an opening walk.

    Some 200 people participated at both the Hillview and Shepherdsville designated locations. The 2nd Sunday program was developed by the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service.

    Joining Schultz was Dr. Praveen Arla, representing the Arla Health Fair, an event tied in with 2nd Sunday.

  • Never too tired to unload more tires

     Thousands of tires were taken to property off Cedar Grove Road last week as part of the state amnesty day.

    Bullitt County solid waste coordinator Larry Hatfield didn’t have an estimate yet but he predicted well over 25,000 tires were disposed of in the state program.

    Inmates helped unload and constable Charlie Wright directed motorists.

    The program was funded by the state.

  • We love an Old Fashion Parade

     The streets of downtown Lebanon Junction were alive on Saturday as the annual Old Fashion Days parade was held.

  • Flag pole dedication in Mount Washington

     Mount Washington Lions Club members recently gathered with local officials, business leaders and residents to dedicate a flagpole and monument at their club building on Old Bardstown Road.

    The Mount Washington Fire Department Color Guard, mayor Joetta Calhoun, the Lions Club district governor and local Lions and Lioness Club members participated in a special flag raising ceremony to kick off the event.

  • Two sites part of walk for 2nd Sunday

     HILLVIEW - In Kentucky, the first Saturday in May is known as the Run for the Roses. Now the second Saturday of October is known as a walk for health.

  • It takes a lot of guts...

     Sixteen contestants donned dresses and took the stage Saturday to help raise funds and awareness about domestic violence.

    The men competed for a top prize of $300 and 12 will be on a calendar.

    Saturday’s community awareness day for domestic violence was a big success.

    To cap off the day of activities was the Ugliest Girl Contest. Men from throughout the county dressed up and took the stage.

    Mike Smothers won the $300 first prize thanks to Zappos. Eric Butler was second and Brian James finished third.

  • Bring your old tires for disposal on October 6-8

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It’s one of the most requested services that the county provides.

  • Contest promises to be tastiest of all planned for Old Fashion Days

                Calling all bakers: It’s time to preheat your ovens, put on your aprons and get ready for the third annual Lebanon Junction Old Fashion Days Festival Bake-Off.

                Bake-off organizer and Old Fashion Days Committee member Marsha Puckett said that if the past two years’ winners are indication of what goodies will be judged on Friday, the event is sure to attract some of the tastiest confections in the city.

  • Photography added to annual Old Fashion Days art contest

                If you’re in search for culture this weekend, stop by the fifth annual Lebanon Junction Old Fashion Days Festival Fine Art Competition and exhibition.

    Beginning Friday evening, paintings, drawings, crafts, quilts and photographs submitted by Bullitt County artists will be on display at the Lebanon Junction Community Center on N. Poplar Street.