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Today's Features

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Fifth Graders at Shepherdsville Elementary enjoy many aspects of education during the annual "Living History Museum."

    Each year fifth grade students select a historical figure from American history to portray in the makeshift museum located in the school's cafeteria.

    Students dress and act as the selected figures, reading a biography of their character's life. Patrons have to step on a button located in front of each figure to 'activate' them.

  • Television schedule for 2008/2009 Keep-It-Real Winners "It's Your Choice" and "Be Safe, Be Smart". Air Dates start April 20th, 2009 and running to May 3rd, 2009:

    BET: Tuesday through Thursday between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

    Comedy Central: Tuesday through Thursday between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

    MTV: Tuesday through Thursday between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

    MTV2: Tuesday through Thursday between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

     

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON — Art is all about personal expression and local artist Debbie Mantell understands that.

    That is why she recently opened Express Yourself paint-your-own pottery studio at 10239 Highway 44 E in Mount Washington.

    Mantell was looking for a new life endeavor when she decided to open Express Yourself. She took a ceramics course several years ago and fell in love with painting pottery.

    With a flair for the artistic and a love for original pieces, opening a paint-your-own pottery studio seemed like a perfect fit.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Crystal and John Kesler were all smiles at the Bullitt County Judge/Executive’s office.

    John is the grandfather, Crystal the granddaughter. They lived together until recently when John moved to Bowling Green.

    The closeness of their relationship is obvious, never more so than when Crystal wrote about John, earning top honors in the 2009 Bullitt County Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest sponsored by AARP and the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association.

  • PIONEER VILLAGE – Word of the demise of Little Flock Christian Academy may have been a bit premature and erroneous.

    However, as attendance fell at the private K-8 school, there was reason for concern about the educational facility’s future.

    Principal Brian Trees said there should be no worry as commitments have been received to ensure the program will be around for years to come.

  • PIONEER VILLAGE - Becknell Hall was recently filled to capacity to mark a special celebration.

    They were there to celebrate the 100th birthday of a special individual.

    Mabel Tarter was the guest of honor, surrounded by loved ones from her sister to her great-great grandchildren.

    The Adair County native was born in Columbia on Feb. 16, 1909. She shares her birthday with actor Hugh Beaumont, famous as Ward Cleaver, the father on the television series, “Leave it to Beaver.”

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE ee" Soon victims of domestic violence and abuse will have a safe place to seek help and guidance in Bullitt County.

    In a county where domestic violence incidents rose 40 percent this year, the initiative cannot come soon enough for some.

    The Bullitt County Woman’s Club, along with St. Aloysius Catholic Church and other community partners, recently banded together to form the community’s first-ever Bullitt County Center for Women and Families.

  • Sign-up forms for those wishing to participate in the Mount Washington Spring Festival are now available online by visiting: http://www.cityofmtwashington.org/events.htm.

  • The 58th annual Shepherdsville National Day of Prayer Event begins at noon on May 7, 2009, with the blowing of a Ram’s horn.

    On the 1st Thursday in May, this prayer event takes place at the Pavilion in the Shepherdsville West 1st Street Park by Salt River. This 40-50 minute event accommodates those attending during their lunch hour.

    Again this year, a child’s prayer will be prayed along with the area pastors.

    A random selection of prayers submitted will be printed as an insert of the program for the National Day of Prayer event held on May 7th.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Wii bowlers wobble but they don't fall down.

    Unless it's from all the hysterical laughter and fun.

    The Ridgway Memorial Library is hosting free Wii bowling each Tuesday for anyone 50 years of age or older.

    Wii is the popular gaming program that recently became the biggest selling game in history. Participants play games by mimicking the actual movements.

    Ridgway program director Charles Gruber said the Wii systems were purchased through the Grigsby fund, a grant received by the library to be implemented toward senior programs.