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Today's Features

  •  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.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - One candidate believes that he could be part of a philosophical difference in state government.

    The other believes he is someone that will be seen and be heard both in Bullitt County and in Frankfort.

    The race for the newly-revamped 26th District will pit Republican incumbent Russell Webber and Scott Wantland, a Democrat making his first run at office.

    SCOTT WANTLAND

    A major concern of Wantland the past two years has little to do with what side of a political aisle a person takes.

  •  A look at the three candidates running for the office of Bullitt County Judge/Executive in the general election on Nov. 4.

    DEPP RASNER

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Being Bullitt County Judge/Executive is a lot like being a coach of a team.

    And Depp Rasner believes that it is time to change the head coach in Bullitt County government.

    Running on the Independent ticket, Rasner will challenge incumbent Melanie Roberts and Democratic nominee Tony Thompson next week for the county’s top position.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - Stephaine Raymond is 30 years old and a cancer survivor. 

    But not the kind we typically hear about.

    The resident of eastern Bullitt County was diagnosed with endometrial or uterine cancer two years ago.

    “Most young women think they can’t get it because it’s usually found in women 55 and older, but a lot of younger women are getting it now,” she said.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Men and women gathered at the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre for a night of “celebration and education.”

    This was the third year for Think Pink‚ sponsored by the Bullitt County Health Department, Bullitt County Breast Cancer Support Group, Kentucky Cancer Program and Cooperative Extension Office.

    Guests had a chance to chat, visit booths and sample some appetizers before listening to speakers.

  • FERN CREEK--Fern Creek resident Nick O'Bryan's new painting on his garage has been getting him a lot of attention on Brentlinger Lane.

    "People come by waving and blowing their horns when they see the painting," he said.

    A longtime Louisville fan, O'Bryan said the idea just came to him one day and he asked his friend Kenny Lanham to paint it.

    He said it took a couple of  days and it still needs a few more touch-ups, but he's satisfied with the end result.