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Today's Features

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Springtime in Bullitt County means leaves on trees, flowers blooming in fields, and hopefully winter coats in closets.

    It also means time for the big event kids wait for each and every year, the annual KidsFest presented by the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce.

    The 2016 version takes place Saturday, March. 12, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    Chamber director Alex Wimsatt said the number of booths has increased from last year. Even more important, this year’s KidsFest will once again be a free event.

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON—- Bullitt East High School celebrated National FFA Week with a special guest: Central Region Vice President Abrah Meyer.

    Meyer spent the morning teaching the club life lessons like everyone matters, each person is important and, ultimately, valuing other people.

    “It’s been great to see students’ thoughts really just click,” Meyer said. “Seeing it shift from just knowing we should value other people to really committing to do it has been a cool transition.”

  • Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to Kentucky! They plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout Kentucky with filming scheduled for April. 

    AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ on History. The hit show follows Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, two of the most skilled pickers in the business, as they hunt for America’s most valuable antiques--from motorcycles, classic cars and bicycles, to one-of-a-kind vintage memorabilia.

  •   MOUNT WASHINGTON-- When it came time to fill out his the Teacher of the Year application, Mount Washington Middle School teacher Carl Curtsinger saw it as a time of reflection.

    “I had a day off that I had set aside to write and reflect on how I got here,” he said.

  •  CLERMONT -- Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is bringing the plight of trees to the public’s attention with a new traveling exhibit from The Morton Arboretum.

    Vanishing Acts: Trees Under Threat opens at Bernheim on March 15 and runs through July 5.

    A public opening will be held on April 2.

    The exhibit will be set up in and around the Two Ponds Loop trail behind the Visitor Center.

  •  Who dresses as a box of crayons for the opening day of a school year?

    Kaet Barron, that’s who. The Maryville Elementary School Counselor greeted students with the sign Orange You Glad to be Back in School? I’m Tickled Pink!

    It should not come as a surprise then that Barron has been selected Kentucky’s Elementary School Counselor of the Year. She was honored Feb. 25th at the Kentucky School Counselors Association (KSCA) conference in Lexington.

  •  Bullitt Central High School FFA Chapter participated in the 15th Annual Career & Technical Education Leadership Day in Frankfort.

    The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Student Day is presented by the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education (KACTE) and is held during National Career and Technical Education Month.

    The 2016 theme is Opportunities for Career Success.

  •  Cedar Grove Elementary students have recently had the opportunity to participate in the DARE program, led by Shepherdsville officer David Smith.

    At the completion of the program, graduation ceremonies were held at the school.

    Brennan Gould and Leah Wells were honored as winners of the DARE Essay Contest for their respective classrooms.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON—One is never too young to learn the importance good work ethic.

    Bullitt County Public Schools are providing a way for their elementary-aged students to begin their path to graduating college and career ready by offering work ethic certifications to those students that demonstrate strong work ethic.

  •  LEBANON JUNCTION - She’s like the Frank Sinatra of Lebanon Junction Elementary. Or maybe the Bruce Springsteen.

    New Jersey native Traci Moore has been a student favorite for 10 years as a fifth-grade teacher at LJES, cheering on her youngsters while also helping to coach the Bullitt Central High School cheerleading team with her husband, James.

    The students and staff at LJES are now cheering for Moore, following her selection as the 2016-17 Bullitt County Elementary Teacher of the Year.