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Today's Features

  • Throughout the past school year, SFC Daniel Kimball came to Bullitt Lick Middle School to bring a message on the dangers of illegal substances, such as drugs and alcohol. PE/Health instructor Amanda Yarbrough brought in Kimball and his U.S. Army program as part of the curriculum.

  • HEBRON ESTATES - Many of Bullitt county’s public elementary schools are having to face some tough music next year.

    Several schools are deciding not to offer beginning band as state accountability testing standards change and growing elementary schools are faced with tough scheduling decisions.

    Bullitt County’s elementary schools have traditionally offered beginning band at the fifth grade level. Band was one exploratory course that students could participate in to expand their knowledge of the arts and humanities.

  • CLERMONT ee" For eight decades Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest has been connecting people with nature.

    That continues to be the goal as those who love the forest and support its mission prepare to celebrate its 80th anniversary this Saturday.

    Bernheim’s 80th Anniversary Bash is a once-in-a-lifetime event as the forest reflects upon its rich history and looks to a bright future that is being led by Executive Director Dr. Mark Wourms.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Divine Savior Lutheran Church pastor John Lehenbauer said there are three types of people: starters, finishers and continuers.

    Lehenbauer is a starter, leading him in accepting a new position to help establish Christ Lutheran Church in Perry, Georgia.

    The Divine Savior congregation is saying goodbye to its pastor of 13 years. It's a farewell with an impact not only on the church but the entire Bullitt County community.

  • CLERMONT - The Prisoners of War, Missing in Action (POW/MIA) flag is a symbol of remembrance for American soldiers whose whereabouts remain unknown.

    The Commonwealth of Kentucky, in an attempt to help raise awareness and preserve the memory of troops lost in foreign combat, will now fly the POW/MIA flag at all 24 highway rest areas and welcome centers.

    Members of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and Kentucky veterans gathered at each location for official flag raising ceremonies.

  • The Bullitt County Courthouse was the scene of a Memorial Day observance on Monday. The American Legion Post 157 and 14th Armored Recreation helped organize the event.

    County Judge Melanie Roberts received help from Kyndal Ganoe and Vietnam vet Butch Johnson to place the wreath at the veterans monument at the courthouse. Betty Bishop provided special singing andThe American Legion was present.

     

  • LEBANON JUNCTION - Margaret Beeler doesn’t want to think about what would have happened to her and her teenage sons if a neighbor hadn’t drove past her house on the morning of April 21.

    The possibilities are too painful for Beeler, whose home was completely ruined by a fire late last month. But instead of tragedy, Beeler’s story ends with hope.

    Her home might have been lost but her life and the lives of her sons were not, and she credits her neighbor Marty Moutardier for that.

  • With planning for Fourth of July celebrations already in full swing, Prevent Blindness Kentucky is urging the public to refrain from purchasing or using fireworks.

    In 2007, approximately 6,300 Americans were treated in emergency rooms across the country due to fireworks-related injuries around the Independence Day holiday, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). 

    Unfortunately, more than 40 percent of all fireworks injuries were to children under the age of 15.

  • The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) is reminding everyone to “Drive Smart” during the July Fourth holiday period.

    Officers will be out in force, cracking down on any violation, with an emphasis on impaired drivers. The "Over the Limit, Under Arrest" enforcement blitz will run from Thursday, July 2 through Sunday, July 5.

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON - The announcement that Alex Montgomery Chevrolet Dodge Chrysler Jeep in Mount Washington was included in both the Chrysler and GM mass dealership cuts wasn’t news that General Sales Manager Larry Baker wanted to hear.

    But he promises it isn’t a death sentence for the business that has more than 79 years of history in Mount Washington.

    “It’s not as big of a deal for us as it is for others because Alex has another Chrysler dealership,” Baker said.