MOUNT WASHINGTON— They say that you always find your way back home.
For Mount Washington’s new community parks director Sheryl Paxton, that saying is couldn’t be truer.
Raised in Lexington, Paxton attended Asbury University with a Bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a minor in recreation. After graduation, she worked in retail for a couple years before going to Eastern Kentucky University for her master’s in physical education with an emphasis in sports administration.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Two nationalized Americans that adopted Bullitt County as their home have now been adopted by a local school.
And their volunteer efforts at the school have led to an award from the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Lebanon Junction residents Emilie and John Ward received the Senior Volunteer Service Award from Gov. Matt Bevin at the State Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort.
MOUNT WASHINGTON—While some couple claim to be soul mates, one Okolona couple can confirm that they are, in fact, kidney mates.
Married for 25 years, Bullitt County natives and Mount Washington Middle School teachers Matt and Carey Murphy always knew they were meant to be together.
Until recently, they didn’t realize just how meant to be they really were.
After feeling sick in 2014, Carey went to several doctor appointments to determine what was causing it.
SHEPHERDSVILLE—While many have American flags flying at their homes and businesses, they might not know where to take them once their time to fly is up.
Boy Scout Troop 868’s Nicholas Moore decided to change that.
Located at the American Legion Post 157 in Shepherdsville, the flag retirement box is meant to retire flags with the respect they deserve, Moore said.