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Today's Features

  •       Bullitt East High School freshman Savannah Warner has been honored with a Louisville YMCA Youth Character Award.

         YMCA Membership Director Anita Stump submitted a glowing nomination that accentuated Savannah’s belief on God.

         “I really liked that they highlighted my strong Christian faith,” Savannah said. “My faith is the most important thing in my life.”

  •  CLERMONT - Bernheim Middle School students celebrated a special breakfast with their grandparents.

    About 100 visitors joined students in the Bernheim Cafe.

    Momento photographs were taken, and grandparents joined students to visit the school's book fair.

    Principal Bobby Hart credited grandparents and all Bernheim families for their school participation throughout the semester.

    "Our community involvement is at an all-time high," Hart said.

  •  BROOKS - Brooks Elementary hosted a Family Fitness Night in conjunction with grant funding from the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative (OVEC) Project BALANCE.

    Sarah Adkins, a Brooks teacher and OVEC Project Balance Healthy Lifestyle coach, said the grant was offered to improve and increase students' daily physical activity, cardiovascular fitness levels and healthy eating habits.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer stepped up to the plate for Bullitt County.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - What better why to find out how high schools are getting students ready for college and careers than to go straight to the customers?

  •  The first annual College and Career Fair was hosted at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre, hosted by the Bullitt County Public Schools’ Family Resource and Youth Service Centers.

    Local businesses and colleges attended to offer information to prospective workers and students.

    Childcare was provided at the event courtesy of Head Start, OVEC and the Bullitt County Public Libraries.

    The College and Career Fair was also sponsored by Head Start and Kentuckiana Works.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - It’s still not too late to start the new year on a healthier note.

  •  Dr. James Cundiff was honored by Bullitt County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts and fiscal court members on Tuesday.

    Jan. 15, 2013, was proclaimed as Cundiff’s day.

    He retired after 34 years of medical service in Bullitt County.

    For well over 20 years Cundiff served as the medical director for Bullitt County EMS on an unpaid, volunteer status.

    He also served as chairman of the Bullitt County Public Health Board for over three decades.

  •  The American Red Cross in Bullitt and Spencer counties will host their annual Valentine Gala on Saturday, Feb. 9.

  •       Now is the time of year we resolve to make changes for the better. This year, you can resolve to be a positive influence in the life of a young person by volunteering with 4-H.