Members of the Bullitt County legal community gathered last week to honor Nick Raley, who will retire this Friday.
Starting as a court designated worker, Raley worked for then-county attorney Walter Sholar and as a detective with commonwealth attorney Michael Mann. He would earn his law degree and become an assistant prosecutor with Mann.
He was honored as a Kentucky Colonel, which was presented by Circuit Judge Rodney Burress.
While most graduates will only be participating in one commencement this May, Erica Johnson will be in two.
She graduated from The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky earlier in May and she walked with North Bullitt High graduates this past weekend.
The academy is located on the main campus of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. The school was designed to give high school juniors and seniors a jump start on college. Most graduates complete more than 60 hours of college credit while attending the school.
Ken and Harriet Brooks were honored at the May 2 meeting of the AARP when Bullitt County Judge Executive Melanie Roberts made a proclamation honoring them for their many years of volunteer service to the AARP.
LEBANON JUNCTION - Many people may recognize the Belle of Louisville steamboat when they see its iconic red wheel and that’s what former Lebanon Junction resident and woodworker Gene Martin counted on.
LOUISVILLE - Christian Academy of Louisville announced today that Larry Wooldridge, current principal of duPont Manual High School, will assume the middle school principal position at the English Station campus of Christian Academy School System, effective July 1.
“We are thrilled to have Mr. Wooldridge join Christian Academy. He has ministered by Christian example, and is excited about the possibility of ministering in an environment where worship, praise and sharing the gospel openly is the rule.” Tim Greener, superintendent, said.