Today's Features

  •  On Sept. 11, 2015, Thomas Waller was inducted into the Valley High School Hall of Fame.

    On the morning of the induction, Waller joined the other inductees. They had the opportunity to speak to the current students at Valley High School. They talked about how the school had an impact on their lives.

    All inductees were then honored at a luncheon brunch on Saturday, Sept. 12.

    Each inductee received a plaque and there will also be a plaque displayed at the entrance hall at Valley.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON -- When 17-year-old Leah Pugh felt the books her younger sister was reading were too depressing, she took matters into her own hands.

    “She always read history book like me and they were Anastasia or Henry the VIII’s wives and they always had a dismal ending,” the Mount Washington native said. “So I wrote a novel for her.”

    The “Diamond Caper” was published when Pugh was 21 years of age.

  •  The 27th Annual MUSTANG and Open Class Car Show is sponsored by Bill Collins Ford and the Derby City Mustang Club.

    The show will take place Saturday, Oct. 10, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., at Bill Collins Ford, located at 4220 Bardstown Rd. in Louisville.

    Prizes will be awarded for the top category of Mustang and for the Open Class cars.

    The show is open to everyone and free to the public. There will be food, drinks and slot-car racing available, as well as door prizes.

  •  U.S. Sen. Rand Paul made a stop to meet with constituents at Becknell Hall in Pioneer Village.

    Around 100 people visited during his one-hour stop on Friday.

    He listened to a variety of questions and comments from the constituents.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Shouldn’t there be a place where the kids can hang out after school, get a good meal, play games, maybe get some homework assistance, all in a safe environment and free of charge?

    Shepherdsville Elementary thinks so. That’s why it plans to open its after-school Kids Cafe for ages  4 to 18.

    The program is made possible through a grant partnership with Dare to Care Food Bank, the Metro United Way and the Shepherdsville Elementary Family Resource Center.

    The plan is to have the cafe started by mid-October.

  • CLERMONT -- There isn’t a better place to enjoy fall’s splendor than at Bernheim and there are a ton of ways to do that in October, including ColorFest, Bernheim’s annual fall festival on Saturday, Oct. 17, and Sunday, Oct. 18.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE -- When Willie Foster interviewed for the position of principal at Bullitt East High School four years ago, he may have said a few things that offended some folks.

    For example, he used the term “sleeping giant” to characterize Bullitt East in terms of its academic possibilities.

    Well, the “giant” is now awake.

    Bullitt East earned the title of being a School of Distinction in the latest round of results from the state Department of Education accountability assessment.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County KIPDA Rural Diabetes Coalition hosted a Healthy Hometown Jubilee at the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre to celebrate its five years of community service and commitment.

    KRDC members from partnering Henry and Shelby counties also attended the celebration.

    Director Jessica Craddock gave a synopsis of the coalition’s activities, efforts and successes during the five years, showing the strides Bullitt County made in raising diabetes awareness and offering assistance programs and monthly informational sessions.

  •  Five local churches will join together during the week of Oct. 12-16 to bring revival services to the Shepherdsville area.

    The theme is A Call to Love. The need to spread the gospel is everywhere. The call to repent and return to the Lord is extended to everyone.

    Services will be held each night at 7 p.m., with soup, sandwiches and dessert at 6 p.m. nightly.

    The schedule will be:

    *Monday, Oct. 12 -- Eagle Heights Baptist Church, 2944 Highway 44 East, Bro. Deke Rigor will bring the message

  •  PIONEER VILLAGE - The current Kentucky junior senator and a candidate for the U.S. President will be in Bullitt County on Friday.

    U.S. Sen. Rand Paul will be at Becknell Hall in Pioneer Village for a meet and greet.

    It will occur on Friday, Oct. 2, from 3-4 p.m.

    The public is invited to come out and meet Paul, as well as discuss any issues or concerns they might have about the government.

    Becknell Hall is located at 4500 Summitt Drive.

    Paul has visited Bullitt County on numerous occasions over the years.