Today's Features

  •     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Christmas came early for one local youngster when she was selected to play in the Louisville Ballet's 2011 production of "The Nutcracker."
        Old Mill Elementary fourth grader Whitney Fox, who has taken dance lessons since she was a toddler, auditioned for her part in August.

  •  Bullitt County Farm Bureau was recognized with the 2011 Gold Star Award of Excellence for its Young Farm program.

    The award honors a county’s Young Farmer Committee for its active participation in Farm Bureau leadership development programs, state competitions and educational or promotional initiatives.

    Kyle Skidmore of the Bullitt County Young Farmer Committee was joined by George Henderman, president of Bullitt County Farm Bureau, for the presentation.

  •  After a long day, preparing a healthy and delicious meal doesn’t always come naturally. Here are some tips to help you prepare smart and simple meals your family will enjoy.

  •  FRANKFORT – Bullitt County Clerk Kevin Mooney, recently attended the Kentucky County Clerks’ Association Fall Conference, in Louisville.

  •  Trey Constant, 5, a preschool student at Roby Elementary, took a few moments Friday night to sit on Santa’s lap and give him a list of items off his Christmas list.

    Santa was busy on Friday and has been visiting many locations in Bullitt County over the past week.

    Watch in coming weeks for more Christmas photos, as well as Letters to Santa, which will begin next Wednesday and continue in the Dec. 19 and Dec. 21 issues.

    Remember the deadline for Santa letters is Dec. 9.

  •  Title: The Train Wreck, Shepherdsville, Kentucky, December 20, 1917

  • FRANKFORT - BullittCounty Clerk Kevin Mooney, recently attended the Kentucky County Clerks’ Association Fall Conference, in Louisville, Kentucky.

    While at the conference, Kevin Mooney, who has served as county clerk since 2007, attended numerous training sessions that were geared toward helping county clerks become more knowledgeable about their offices.

    Some of the sessions focused on election procedures, while others focused on procedures for recordings, and titling and registration of motor vehicles.

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON - After spending more than a year renovating the historic Lloyd House on Old Bardstown Road, the Mount Washington Historical Society will enjoy the fruits of their labor during a much anticipated open house this weekend.

    Everyone's invited to see the refurbished nineteenth century home and museum in its holiday splendor during the historical society's Old Tyme Christmas Open House on Sunday.

  •  Liberty Tax Service again sponsored the Christmas Parade in Shepherdsville on Friday night.

    Over three dozen units were lit up as they marched down Buckman Street.

  •  It’s not surprising that breakfast - known as the most important meal of the day - is often skipped thanks in large part to chaotic mornings that leave little time for making nutritious meals.