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Today's Features

  •  PIONEER VILLAGE - In a brand new red, white and blue gymnasium, the 5th grade Patriots of Maryville Elementary portrayed many historical American figures at their annual Wax Museum.

    Students elect and research their choice of historical figures, then research the individual as part of their classroom assignment.

    From there, they dressing character and create a display for the museum, where they act out a monologue representing the figure.

  •  LOUISVILLE -- May has finally arrived, and soon we’ll hear the much anticipated pounding of the hooves.

    The 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby is here.

    For the fourth year in a row, the smells at the track include the delicious aromas of Churchill Downs Executive Chef David Danielson.

    Danielson, in his fourth year as executive chef and his seventh year with Levy Restaurants in Louisville, is committed to buying local foods and supporting farmers in Kentucky.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON—Monnie Goetz has always known she belonged on a racetrack.

    And every Kentucky Derby for the past 31 years, that’s exactly where she’s been.

    The self-employed Mount Washington resident is the “pony person” on the track, hired by trainers to escort horses to the gate.

    “As soon as they leave the paddock at the Kentucky Derby, they come into our hands,” she said. “We make sure they get to the gate and hand them off to the assistant starter.”

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - The weather held out for a beautiful day on the farm… or the educational equivalent.

    Students attended Farm and Agricultural Field Day, hosted by Bullitt County Farm Bureau and the Bullitt County Cooperative Extension Service.

    The event was held in conjunction with the Bullitt County Public Schools Family Resource Centers from Cedar Grove, Lebanon Junction, Mount Washington and Roby Elementary Schools.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE— A long-time supporter of the scouts and the Bullitt County community was honored Tuesday as a distinguished citizen.

    Jerry Summers was present the 2017 Distinguished Citizen Award by the Boy Scouts of America at the organization’s annual fundraiser dinner.

  •  Roger W Clark Sr. passed away Friday April 14, 2017.

    Roger Clark Sr. was an active member of Mount Washington AARP since 2003 and served as its President for six years

    Roger began the AARP solicitations at local markets for Community Ministries Food Bank in 2003. The proceeds to the food bank from AARP increased each year

    Roger revitalized the AARP veteran’s VA hospital Christmas package in 2004 providing clothing and gifts to needy veterans and their families.

  •   CLERMONT - Students don’t have to travel out of Bullitt County to enjoy fun adventures during Spring Break.

    Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest hosted Spring Break Adventure Week, a free event filled with guided promotions and daily activities to keep students active while celebrating the natural wonders of the environment.

    The event included daily Discovery Station activities featuring hands-on educational opportunities with a focus on plant and animals.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE- One final, glorious roar was heard.

    A full room gathered to reminisce and celebrate the past success of the Shepherdsville Lions Club, which will officially disband as of June 29.

    A final official meeting took place to properly close out club business, with past members present and many being recognized for their years of devotion and service.

  •  HEBRON ESTATES - That’s life!

    A new track surface at North Bullitt High School caused a change in plans for the 2017 Relay for Life. However, the committee has taken a risk and developed a stratego that should turn all the balderdash into an act of perfection that becomes a true pay day for the American Cancer Society.

  •  HILLVIEW - It will come early this year, but it will offer the same fun as every other year.

    The annual Hillview City Fair, presented by the Zoneton Trowel Club, will take place May 18-20 at the Hillview Government Center.

    Harlen Compton, representing the club, said the event dates were changed from June to May due to carnival company accessibility and an effort to avoid conflicting with other similar events such as the Bullitt County Fair.

    “We hope it’ll also make it easier for students still in school to attend,” he added.