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Today's Features

  •  CLERMONT - Teaching the mechanics of American government, Bernheim Middle School social studies teacher Jennifer Faith wanted to bring her subjects to life and show her students that the concepts they learned were real and the people behind them were flesh and blood.

  •     FRANKFORT - Mary Lou Hall is a master story teller.
        The stories she shares are vibrant and descriptive, recalling the life and character of those she depicts.
        Her subjects range from those she knows and loves to the historic figures she pays homage to.
        She shares these stories, not through the written or spoken word, but through the pictures she composes in paint.

  •   The Hillview Wal-Mart recently presented the Hillview Police Department with a $2,000 contribution for its DARE program.

    Police chief Col. Glenn Caple and DARE instructor Larry Moore accepted the check from store manager Joy Sublett and operations manager Greg Satterfield.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - It was New Year’s Eve and all was quiet in downtown Shepherdsville.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - After nearly 30 years in law enforcement, Capt. Ken Bernardi of the Shepherdsville Police Department is embarking on a new venture in life.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE – Jose Rosario has spent more than two years collaborating with the Bullitt County History Museum to find out more about the local men and women who have served in the U.S. military.

    His goal is simple—to make sure these Bullitt Countians receive the honor and recognition they deserve.

    When he began his research in 2008 he stumbled across the name of Private Henry B. Mattingly.

  •  2011:

    International Year of Chemistry

    International Year of Forests

     

    JANUARY 2011:

    Be On-Purpose

    Birth Defects Preventions

    Book Blitz

    Blood Donor

    California Dried Plum Digestive Health

    Careers in Cosmetology

    Celebration of Life

    Cervical Health Awareness

    Clean Up Your Computer

    Family Fit Lifestyle

    Fiber Focus

    Financial Wellness

    Get Organized

  •     HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt High School librarian Mary Parker is always looking for an idea to drum up reader interest.
        That’s why she took advantage of a school band concert to promote an author faire.
        Parker invited a list of local authors to participate at the event, held in conjunction with North Bullitt’s annual Christmas concert.

  •     LOUISVILLE - It’s been 18 months since Michaela Walls passed away, but she is still giving special gifts to her family and the community.
        The seven-year-old Shepherdsville resident suffered from Rett Syndrome, a nervous system disorder causing multiple developmental issues.
        Michaela and her family spent a lot of time at Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville, where the medical team took care of all family and friends.

  •   CLERMONT -- Wren Smith, Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest’s Interpretive Programs Manager, is the recipient of the Kentucky Society of Natural History 2010 Naturalist of the Year award.