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Today's Features

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON — Roger Clark Sr. admits he was struggling with life when he joined the Mount Washington Chapter of the AARP five years ago.

    He had been told by his doctor that he would eventually need an electric wheelchair, was struggling with his weight and was continuing to cope with his wife’s death that occurred several years prior.

  • North Bullitt had a special salute to Veterans Day with retired First Sgt. Pamela Cypert as the keynote speaker.

    The school’s JROTC, including the drill team, coordinated the program.

    Several members of the armed services were present, along with school system officials.

  • CLERMONT - The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Bernheim Chapter recently hosted its eighth Wheelin’ Sportsmen event.

    The program offers handicapped hunters an opportunity to enjoy the sport with plenty of assistance from NWTF volunteers.

    NWTF Bernheim Chapter President Eddie Orozco said 36 hunters participated.

    With the help of donations, contributing sponsors and members from other area NWTF chapters, Wheelin’ Sportsmen clears paths for wheelchair accessibility, sets up blinds and offers forest guides.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - They came from miles away as part of a mission.

    Their mission was to construct a new place of worship.

    The Shepherdsville congregation of the Jehovah’s Witnesses had outgrown their space on Highway 44 East and needed a new place to worship.

    Once the location on the Charles Hamilton Highway was found, it was time to build.

    Over the course of several weeks, over 1,000 volunteers worked to build the new kingdom hall.

    “It is wonderful,” said Joe Hurst, who coordinated the effort.

  • Cardinal Dodge and Bullitt Central FFA Chapter announced that the two organizations raised more than $1,750 in scholarship and operational funds through the Hometown Scholarship Program.

    Through the program Bullitt Central FFA members accepted suggested donations of $5.00 from Shepherdsville community members.

    The donors were then invited to visit the dealership for a t-shirt as well a chance to win an all-new 2009 Dodge Ram truck.

    The donated funds are earmarked for FFA scholarships and the FFA’s treasury for operational and leadership needs.

  • Who killed Pierre Painter?

    That was the task at hand during the fourth annual Bullitt County Arts Gala.

    The audience had an opportunity to vote on its Artist of the Year but little did they know that their dinner would include MURDER.

    Playwright Bill Breuer provided the script for the cast  and the murder mystery was a hit for the crowd gathered at the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    Local artists also had their works on display for sale prior to the dinner.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE – Dollar General Store in Shepherdsville Square and the Bernheim chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation once again combined forces to provide a Thanksgiving food basket for 40 families in the county.

  • On Tuesday, Nov. 25, Boy Scout Troop 686 held a flag retirement ceremony on the grounds of Cedar Grove United Methodist Church.

    The flag that was retired had been presented to the troop by the church on Sunday, Nov. 9.

  • LEBANON JUNCTION — Every Thursday Lindy Meyer’s Lebanon Junction Elementary fourth graders open the door to a classroom full of preschoolers and their eyes light up.

    The bond between the two classes is instantly recognizable.

    With story books in hand, the fourth graders quickly break off into pairs and locate their “book buddy” — a special preschooler with whom they will share the next 20 minutes reading and bonding.

  • CEDAR GROVE -- Students at Cedar Grove Elementary gave thanks by celebrating a traditional Thanksgiving event.

    Students and faculty dressed as Pilgrims and Native Americans during the second annual school-wide event. Parents and grandparents were invited to attend for a traditional turkey lunch feast.

    Fifth grade students paraded through the halls in their costumes, speaking to younger students while remaining in character. Five students later performed a special play about the first Thanksgiving meal.