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Today's Features

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - The lights were on for David Dohn, who took advantage with a successful regional television program.

    Dohn is President and co-host of Lights Out Outdoors, a hunting program that airs on and Ion Television.

    Thirteen episodes were recorded for broadcast during Season One. Dohn said the group was preparing episodes for the next season, which will expand regionally on air.

  •  HILLVIEW--It’s been about four years since former Bullitt County resident Bethany Kennedy had her house burn down right after her family moved to Bardstown. But she’ll always remember it because of the good will that was born from it. She was pregnant and had three children.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Eight individuals who have been incarcerated in the Bullitt County Detention Center made good use of their time.

    The eight individuals recently completed their GED requirements.

    They were honored in a ceremony at the jail recently.

    The graduates were: Kalena Ash, Whitney Brown, Benjamin Greer, Derek Hughes, Anthony Lancaster, Heather Lewis, Justin Miller and Jeremy Stiggers.

    The GED program is administered by Jefferson Community and Technical College on Buffalo Run Road in Shepherdsville.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - The past 12 months would not be remembered for any major disasters.

    There probably weren’t earth-shaking events that you might remember.

    But, as we take a look back at some of the news events that occurred in Bullitt County the past year, you will probably agree that they were memorable for their own special reasons.

    In January, many were surprised - some pleasantly, some not - to find out that the city of Shepherdsville had come out of its economic hardships and would be able to give pay raises to its employees.

  •  Boy Scout Troop/Pack 8481, based at First Baptist Church of Shepherdsville, hosted clothing and toy giveaway for area families.

    This is the third year for the event, previously hosted at St. Aloysius Catholic Church.

    The Scouts were able to assist 52 families this year, including 145 children and 108 adults, with their collected donations.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Bullitt East sophomore Travis Cole has always enjoyed doing hands-on projects ever since he joined the Boy Scouts at the age of six. 

    So it was a great fit for him when he got the chance to build a desk, bookshelf and repaint the conference room and principal’s office at Mount Washington Elementary School last spring.

    Cole, of member of Troop 100, said he sent donation letters out to family, friends and local businesses to help gather the materials needed. He raised about $300.

  •  HILLVIEW -- It was a childhood memory that helped inspire Jerry Webb Jr. to create his first comic book series--Vengeance.

    “When I was really little, I played with action figures and I had one character who didn’t belong to any other set,” he said. “I would make him do amazing things. I called him Vengeance.”

    Last January he was visiting some family in Albany, Ky., when he came up with the idea.

  •  HILLVIEW - They protect and serve, and sometimes they spread extra holiday cheer.

    Members of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 42 gathered at the Hillview Wal-Mart to assist selected Bullitt County children in their Shop with the FOP Lodge 42 program.

    Lodge president Doug Walls said names of families being assisted were collected through Bullitt County Sheriffs Dep. Jeff Schank, who worked with the Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency.

  •  Do you own a farm or tract of land with open fields? Are you sick of spending money on gas to bush hog or mow?  Would you like to see your wildlife numbers increase?    If so, have you considered letting a biologist help you improve wildlife habitat? If you enjoy outdoor recreation such as hunting, bird watching, or wildlife viewing, improving wildlife habitat can enhance your wildlife experience!  Biologists are eager to prepare a conservation plan for your farm!

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - As Bullitt County wineries continue to lead the resurgence of the wine industry throughout the Commonwealth, two Bullitt Countians hope to expand it further with a new book.

    Author Becky Kelley, with co-author/photographer Kathy Woodhouse, traveled to every state winery to create “Wine-ing Your Away Around Kentucky.”

    The new book, presented by McClanahan Publishing, is a collection of stories, history, recipes and directions to each winery based on a first-hand perspective.