Today's Features

  •  CLERMONT - Mount Washington resident Sharon Milliner was selected as Artist of the Year by the Central Kentucky Arts Guild.

  •  HILLVIEW - Two hours. It was the amount of time the oncologist gave Rebecca Coy Gross to go home and kiss her children goodbye; the time that would lapse before she was put in isolation for chemotherapy. If she waited any longer, her doctor could not guarantee any chance of survival. 

  •             SHEPHERDSVILLE - Each year history comes to life at Shepherdsville Elementary in the form of the annual Living History Museum.

                The fifth grade students participate in the event, each portraying a historical figure with costumes, props and a monologue telling historical biological information.

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON – A little girl with a big heart recently proved that you’re never too young to make a difference.

    When one of her classmates lost her mother to cancer last year, Maryville Elementary School third grader Bella Webb decided to do something to help those with hair loss due to illness.

  •  CEDAR GROVE - Home is where the heart is, and for two boys a Bullitt County family features a lot of heart.

    Misiker, 2, and Kenean, 1, officially became United States citizens as of Mar. 31, adopted from the Harrar region of Ethiopia by the Cochran Family.

    Their new father, Greg Cochran, is pastor of Cedar Grove Baptist Church. He and his wife, Vickie, recently flew to Ethiopia to bring their new children home.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE – A leader in online apparel and footwear sales has received a SHARP recertification for its Kentucky fulfillment center and operations. The U.S. Department of Labor designed the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) to encourage and recognize excellence in occupational safety and health among small to mid-sized employers.

  •  ATLANTA, Ga. - A Bullitt County native helped ignite a spark into an upcoming made-for-television movie.

  •  HILLVIEW - On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, the Bullitt County Public Library system passed on tradition while celebrating its future.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - While this week marks the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking, it also marks a milestone for one Mount Washington woman.
     On Tuesday, longtime Mount Washington resident Ruth Ball will celebrate her 100th birthday.
     Though her century-birthday is certainly a rare feat, Ball said it's just another day to her.
     "I don't feel any different," she said with a smirk.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - After a lifetime of service, local businesswoman Pearl Hudson, 78, will hand over control of Pearl's Food Mart on Tuesday. 
     Though the convenience store and its name will remain much the same under new management, Hudson's retirement will mark the end of an era in Mount Washington history.
     Hudson, who has operated the convenience store affectionately referred to as "Pearl's" for a quarter century, said her last day will be bittersweet, but it's time to pass the torch.