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Features

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Although media coverage of the Alabama tornado damage lessens as weeks pass by, relief efforts across the nation - and across Bullitt County - remain strong. 

  •  Each day, 15 people die awaiting a life-saving organ transplant.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - When Christian Hutchison grows up, he plans on being a marine biologist in Virginia. After he retires from that, he’s going to work for NASA.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON – After a six month hiatus, the Mount Washington Farmer’s Market will return this Saturday and everyone is invited to enjoy samples, pick up new recipes and buy local products.

  •  TUCSON - Hilltop Haven Animal Rescue/Halfway House, Mount Washington, now has help in protecting dogs against canine influenza virus (CIV), a highly contagious disease that spreads easily from dog to dog, especially those in close proximity. The shelter received a grant for the vaccines as part of a Petfinder.com Foundation program to build community immunity against this respiratory infection.

  •  HEBRON ESTATES - At three years of age, Jerry Webb Jr. learned to pray with his grandmother in her room. 

  • The sun was shining on Thursday in Shepherdsville City Park. Just a day earlier, water covered portions of the park.

    But on Thursday, it was perfect as the National Day of Prayer was held at the pavilion.

    Another large crowd attended this annual event.

    Organizer Donna Bradshaw commissioned all the area pastors as “generals” in God’s Army.

  •  BEECH GROVE - Joseph and Freddie Clan have experienced a vision of something unique in their front yard.

  •  The Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency (KIPDA), through its Social Services Division, announces the open enrollment period for a community outreach program covering qualified Medicare beneficiaries under the “Extra Help with Prescription Drug Costs.”

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central High School students received an important life lesson prior to Spring Break thanks to a play.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - A pair of seniors in the Bullitt County Area Technology Center’s Health Sciences Technology program earned honors at 33rd Kentucky Health Occupational Students of America (HOSA) Spring Leadership Conference March 23-25 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville.

  •  HEBRON ESTATES - Spring Break, senior prom, graduation - it’s the time of year for high school seniors to celebrate.

  •  Kentucky's Weatherization Program operated locally by Multi-Purpose Community Action is taking applications from eligible applicants for weatherization services in Bullitt, Shelby and Spencer counties.

  •  There were many attendees for the intitial meeting  of the Bullitt County Chamber Task Force at the County Extension office showing interest in the county’s future.

  •  CLERMONT - Bernheim Middle School celebrated a huge success at the Junior State Beta Convention in Louisville.

  •  How clean are Kentucky’s streams?  Are they safe to fish, swim and boat in? The Kentucky Watershed Watch Program is looking for volunteers to help answer these questions.

    Over 2000 volunteers across the state are currently monitoring and helping protect the water quality of streams in Kentucky.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Irene Carroll Scholarship Luncheon and Style Show recently held at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre proved without a doubt that the Bullitt County Woman’s Club program is “Still in Style” as hundreds gathered for the special 40th anniversary event.Though style was the theme of the luncheon, there was no denying what the event was really about—Bullitt County students. 

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - At Shepherdsville Elementary students are now banking on their future.

  •    As a seventh generation Masden in Bullitt County, and a charter member of our local genealogical society, Steve Masden takes local history pretty seriously.  He has spent over thirty years collecting photos and stories on the Lebanon Junction area, and authoring several books and documents of his own on the subject.

  •  CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Program for Bullitt County welcomes new volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children.