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Today's Features

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE — From free goodies to magic shows, KidsFest 2009 promises to be bigger and better than ever this year with more than 70 booths and displays planned for the annual event.

    KidsFest is on Saturday, March 14, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kristie Walls said there will be more outdoor events planned this year.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Morgan Ward has spent almost 10 years being fostered by the values and numerous programs offered by Bullitt County’s YMCA.

    From her love for children to helping at the front desk, Ward has wanted to be a YMCA volunteer since the time she joined with her mother, Laurie, and father, Donald.

    Ward, 15, is now a Red Shirt Volunteer at Bullitt County’s YMCA. Although Ward she isn’t paid for her time, there’s no place she would rather be.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Seven students are earning college credits while still attending their respective high schools.

    In the future, they hope many more will take advantage of this unique opportunity between the Bullitt County Public School System and the Jefferson Community Technical College program.

    In its first year, JCTC coordinator Donna Miller said it has been a very successful partnership. And there are plans to make it even more successful and more accessible in the future.

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON ee"It was the first time in M.D. Jasper’s 22 years as a Bullitt East High music educator that he questioned if the school would have a marching band.

    But 2008 presented a perfect storm for the marching Chargers.

    Twenty-two seniors in the 2007-2008 class had just graduated and left the organization with 38 musicians ee" the smallest, youngest and most inexperienced marching band Jasper had ever led.

    Eighteen of its members were freshmen, many of which had never marched before. The band’s median age was 14.

  • Young adults looking to learn more about the police profession have joined the Shepherdsville Police Explorers Post 133, a part of the Boy Scouts of America organization.

    The teens 14 and older have worked with the Shepherdsville police on a variety of projects over the past year. From helping with all the local parades to helping to park cars at the Bullitt Blast, the youth have been busy.

  • The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Bullitt County again hosted a night of dancing with The Monarchs at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre in Shepherdsville.

    Another large crowd came out to support the CASA program, where volunteers provide assistance to children in the court system.

    Local attorney J. Chester Porter sponsored the dance, which is one of the agency’s biggest fund-raisers of the year.

  • CLERMONT – Happy 80th Birthday, Bernheim Forest!

    1929 was a historic year.  It was the year Isaac W. Bernheim established Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest.     

    Bernheim will be celebrating all year long and we hope you will join us.  We have new and exciting initiatives and events planned for you in this 80th anniversary year, and we want you to be an integral part of all we do.

  • Luke Matheny of Boy Scout Troop 687 selected Ridgway Memorial Library for his Eagle Scout Project.

    The project involved construction of an outdoor patio and sidewalk behind the library.

    The area will serve as an outdoor sitting area. The project involved excavating out the area, pouring concrete for a 14 x 20 foot patio and a 20 foot long sidewalk and creating a new landscaped area with plantings and lava rock.

    Three benches were also refurbished as a part of the work performed.

    The project was performed in three sessions in September and October of 2008

  • The most exciting and action packed gigantic show of the year will be arriving at the Ky. Exposition Center on February 20-22 for three of the biggest days on the facility’s busy calendar.

    The Carl Casper Custom & Louisville New Car Auto Show will be featuring more sensational cars and stars than ever before.

    This combined mega super Auto Show will take place in the South Wing “A”, East Hall, North Wing, Coliseum, West Wing, West Hall, and Pavilion.  Nearly 750,000 square feet of eye candy, non-stop fun and excitement!

  • The Bullitt Central FFA traveled to Carroll County recently to compete in the regional welding competition.

    Billy Graham received an individual No. 1 ranking in a field of 28 competitors.

    As a team, Bullitt Central placed third overall out of seven teams.

    FFA teacher Justin Peake was joined by Alex Mason, Billy Graham, David Kennedy and Shane Owen.