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Today's Features

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Mike Goldsmith, a former member of the United States Army’s 184th Ordnance Company Special C4 unit based in Germany, can be considered a hero like all other veterans.

    Now Goldsmith can also be referred to as a Hall of Famer, and it was because of his unit he received such a title.

    Goldsmith was selected as a member of the 2014 White Castle Cravers Hall of Fame.

    Established in 1921, White Castle is famous for its Sliders, smaller square burgers made with 100 percent real beef.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Al Ondreka spent 10 years serving his country in the U.S. Navy.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Big Blue Nation students in some area schools can rest easier now, knowing that they have now been fairly represented.

    Last year University of Louisville player Peyton Siva visited Bullitt County students. This year it was recent UK graduate Jarrod Polson.

    A member of the 2011-12 national championship team, Polson visited four schools in Bullitt County, including Shepherdsville and Nichols Elementary, along with Bernheim and Bullitt Lick Middle.

    The visits were courtesy of the schools' Family Resource and Youth Services Centers.

  • CEDAR GROVE--It's a process that takes time and patience. But with our busy schedules sometimes we forget to take care of ourselves and give ourselves time to heal.

    But soon there will be a place veterans can visit with their families for free to get away for awhile.

    Started about four years ago, by Troy Yocum, Active Heroes is an organization that seeks to help struggling veterans whether it be with PTSD, suicide or adjusting to civilian life.

  •  HILLVIEW -- One North Bullitt senior has embraced her scars to take her to new heights.

    Seventeen-year old Juliauna Wilkerson was diagnosed with scoliosis in 2012. She had to have two surgeries placing two rods and 27 screws in her back.

    “The scar makes me unique because no one else has it.‚“ Wilkerson said.

  •  Highlights from a question-and-answer Skype session featuring the North Bullitt High School AP Calculus class and actress Mayim Bialik, who plays Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on the CBS comedy television series, "The Big Bang Theory."

    Bialik selected North Bullitt's selfie image over 635 other entries as the winner of the Texas Instruments "Express Your Selfie" contest, with the school receiving new technologies.

  •  HEBRON ESTATES - When Bullitt County hears a big bang, it usually comes from Fort Knox.

    But the 'big bang' Tuesday came from North Bullitt High School, where students express themselves very well.

    The school's AP Calculus class, taught by former NB student Christy Bickett, won the "Express Your Selfie" contest presented by Texas Instruments (TI) and judged by actress Mayim Bialik, who plays Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on television's top comedy, "The Big Bang Theory."

  •  KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Andy White of Ashland, Ohio, proved his talent as a livestock auctioneer at the first of three qualifying events for the Livestock Marketing Association’s (LMA) World Livestock Auctioneer Championship (WLAC). 

    The qualifying event took place at Arcadia Stockyards, Arcadia, Fla., on Oct. 20.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - While neither have served in county government, both contenders for the seat of Second District magistrate are well-known in the community.

    And both have served on the Mount Washington City Council.

    Democratic nominee Brent Wheeler was unopposed in the spring and had a chance to watch as Gary Lawson survived the Republican primary to set up the November battle.

    The winner will take the seat currently held by Robert Hunt, who was defeated by Lawson in the spring.

    GARY LAWSON

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE -- In the battle for First District magistrate, there will be a race between a total newcomer to the political circles and a man who has served several terms on fiscal court.

    The winner will replace Ruthie Ashbaugh, the current magistrate in the district that runs from western Bullitt County to Mount Washington.

    Michael Thomas was unopposed in the Democratic primary. This is his first political race.

    Dennis Mitchell won the Republican primary over Ashbaugh in an attempt to return to fiscal court, where he served 13 years.