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Today's Features

  •  Some Bullitt County students took an artistic approach to summer vacation.

    A three-day Art Camp was hosted at Shepherdsville Elementary, hosted by the Shepherdsville/Nichols Family Resource Centers and Bernheim/Bullitt Lick Youth Services Centers.

    Students participated in hands-on art activities involving “Zentangle” patterns that feature geometric shapes, creating freestyle images and decorating piggy banks with various patterns.

  •  LOUISVILLE -- Two Bullitt County Allstate insurance agents are teaming up with the Center for Women and Families to help children served by the agency get ready to go back to school. 

    Agents Chris Lee of Mount Washington and Chris Roberson of Shepherdsville are collecting school supplies until July 29 and delivering them to the Center on Aug. 3.

  •  LOUISVILLE -- More than 20,000 celebrities, authors, artists and fans of anime, horror, pop culture, sci-fi, steampunk, comic books, gaming, film, television and literature will come to the Kentucky Exposition Center July 29-31 for Fandomfest Comic & Toy Show, the largest comic con in the region.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Thanks to Great Clips and the Helping Out People Everywhere (HOPE) in Bullitt County organization, some Bullitt County residents are readily prepared for the upcoming school year.

    The Great Clips Shepherdsville location hosted a free haircut event for HOPE clients as a way to help them prepare for the Aug. 10 first day of school.

    Along with haircuts and styles for all family members, students also received free backpacks and school supplies.

  •  The Bullitt County Genealogical Society hosted their second annual book fair at Shepherdsville City Hall on Saturday.

    In attendance were local authors with a passion for the county and state’s history.

  •   HILLVIEW -- Police officers continuously put their lives on the line to protect their community.

    During the memorial service of the five slain Dallas police officers, President Obama detailed the difficulties of such a selfless career.

    “Like most Americans each day, you get up…and you head to work,” Obama said. “But your work, and the work of police officers across the country, is like no other.”

  •  After seven years of working diligently toward his goal, Preston Hagerman will be awarded the rank of Eagle Scout.

    Preston, a member of Boy Scout Troop 868 in Shepherdsville, will be honored at a special Eagle Scout ceremony on Friday, July 22, at 7 p.m.

    The ceremony will be held in the Family Life Center at Eastern Gate Baptist Church, 3699 N. Preston Highway. The public is invited to attend.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Lick Middle School hopes students enjoy reading enough to continue doing it throughout the summer.

    The school hosted a special summer reading party to celebrate and to promote reading as a fun activity as well as a learning opportunity.

    BLMS families received free cookout meals while participating in conversations about books students have read over the summer.

  • Ayusa, a non-profit organization that promotes global learning and leadership through cultural exchange and leadership programs for high school students from around the world, is looking for American families throughout Kentucky  interested in sharing their America with international high school students for the  2016-2017 school year. Applications for interested  host families are currently being accepted.

  •     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Shepherdsville Elementary students with perfect attendance were rolling their way into summer vacation.
        The school gave away 18 bicycles to 11 boys and seven girls who maintained perfect attendance during the school year.
        Principal David Pate and the Shepherdsville staff presented the bicycles to students during the school’s year-end closing ceremonies.