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Today's Features

  •  Through February 29, the library’s four locations are waiving overdue fines—no matter how long ago the item was checked out—in an effort to encourage people to start coming in again to use the library’s free services and resources.

    It doesn’t matter if the item is one day late, one year late, or more. Patrons must simply bring the overdue materials back, and the slate will be wiped clean.

    If items have already been returned and there are fines on the account, those can disappear too.

  •  Once again this January, the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville hosted the Home Product Expo at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    Dozens of vendors were present to offer advice on Saturday and Sunday on home repairs, landscaping and just about anything else involving your residence. This included an appearance by the Bullitt County Area Technology Center.

  •  LOUISVILLE – As the region’s unusually mild temperatures decline into those more typical of the season, some area residents may have trouble keeping their homes comfortable. For many, it’s during these times that we could all use the support of those around us.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON — Adjusting to life after leaving the military can be difficult.

    Add in an injury and a family to take care of and it can be close to impossible.

    Army veteran Steven Fader knows the struggle all too well.

    Surgery gone wrong in 2003 left Fader with a knee injury that also causes neck and back pains. He also discovered he suffers from neurocardiogenic syncope, a disorder that causing frequent fainting, stress and effects posture.

  • HEBRON ESTATES - Gracelynn Fuhrman accomplished what no other Bullitt County student had ever done, even if it was scientifically possible.

    Gracelynn took first place honors for the middle school level at the Bullitt County Public Schools annual Secondary School Science Fair.

    In doing so, Gracelynn became the first student to win the competition in consecutive years.

    Gracelynn will now head to regional competition in March. She earned a third place finish at last year’s competition.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The Bullitt County Public School Board recently decided both its officers and its meeting schedule for 2016.

    Debby Atherton was elected 4-1 as the new board chairman.

    The lone vote of opposition came from Lorraine McLaughlin, who had nominated Dolores Ashby for the position.

    Atherton, a retired educator who most recently was principal at Bullitt East High, will assume the gavel from Roger Hayes, who served as chairman in 2015.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - An extra set of hands always comes in handy for families with infants.

    Those extra hands are available in Bullitt County thanks to the a health department program designed for just such assistance.

    The Health Access Nurturing Development Services (HANDS) program was established by the Bullitt County Health Department in 2001 to assist new first-time parents with necessary resources.

  •  LOUISVILLE – Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and the Muhammad Ali Center, partners in downtown Louisville’s Museum Row on Main, have teamed up to offer $5 admission at both attractions for Kentucky and Indiana residents throughout the month of February.

    The promotion encourages locals to enjoy these wonderful attractions that are close to home. Thanks to $5 February, Kentucky and Indiana residents can escape a cold winter day and experience world-class, indoor entertainment without having to travel very far or spend a lot of money.

  •  HILLVIEW - Jane Jones worked her entire life.

    She even worked more than one job at a time.

    But, due to a change in her employer’s benefit package, Jones suddenly found herself without insurance.

    Due to her high blood pressure and diabetes, securing her own insurance policy was either impossible or the premiums were too high to afford.

    She fell and tore her rotator cuff. But for over 13 months, the best Jones could do would be to have her arm in a sling.

    That was before Surgery on Sunday.

  •  Ms. Verna and Ms. Marlene were recipients of the December Second Wind Dream at Elmcroft Senior Living  in Mount Washington.

    Each month, a resident or two at the facility are awarded the “dream”. Some simply ask for family memberts to visit, while others may go out for a movie and a dinner.

    The December recipients decided to take a shopping trip and then went out to eat.

    But instead of shopping for themselves, they did shopping for two children who are part of the Mount Washington Peoples Bank Angel Tree program.