•  ATLANTA – Youth everywhere are already dreading the end of summer vacation.

    Sprite is here to help students swing back into the school year with newly refurbished recreational spaces.

    The Sprite Spark Parks Project for Schools program is giving local schools across the country the opportunity to liven up areas on their campuses where students can play, stay fit and be refreshed all school year long.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Knowledge is a powerful tool. The Bullitt County Health Department (BCHD) staff is acutely aware of the need for continuous improvement not only for the health department as a whole, but also, for each individual that makes up the health department team. Continuing education is for everyone-everywhere. Some know this a lifelong learning.

  •  There are now a total of eight Bullitt County Public Schools with Energy Star status.

    District Energy Manager Andrea Rock presented the latest Energy Star award to Overdale Elementary School during the August 2011 meeting of the Bullitt County Board of Education.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - The Eastside Middle School Cheerleaders have been very busy preparing for games and competition.  However, they are most proud of the fact that not only do they cheer on their school but they give back and cheer on the community as well.

  •  There’s nothing quite like a bowl of hot, savory soup to warm things up on a chilly day.

  • To recognize and thank veterans for their dedication and commitment to service, DSP is proud to offer a FREE classroom course to ALL veterans—regardless of age—from November 1 through November 30, 2011. To ensure that this promotion is successful and smooth, here are five key details you need to know: ,

     Cars have changed and so have traffic rules, driving conditions, and the roads we drive on every day. The AARP Driver Safety Program covers:

    ·Defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws and rules of the road

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON - For Bullitt East High School students who want to make a difference in their community, get involved in local government and participate in hands-on initiatives to revitalize downtown Mount Washington, the Mount Washington Main Street program has just the thing.

  •  CLERMONT -- Bernheim has something for everyone on Saturday, September 17.  Kids of all ages will be enthralled with creative entomology at BugFest; mom, dad and friends will find great plants for the landscape at the Fall Plant Sale and gardeners will learn how to deal with invasive species in the yard at the Smart Gardens and Landscapes program:


  •  Almost every family has a favorite recipe that has stood the test of time – a popular dish with a story of its own that draws rave reviews from the generations.

  •  Kentucky was recently recognized as the distinguished 2011 “state of the year” by the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project for its state energy education program.  The state’s program partnered with the Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company Children’s Energy Education Program to help incorporate energy education in eight Bullitt County schools.

  •   SHEPHERDSVILLE - At the beginning of the year, Laverne Maccabee and Robin Ferrel entered the Small Steps to Health and Wealth (SSHW) Challenge as an experiment.

  •  CLERMONT - A four-year-old Bullitt County resident will host a party, collect funding and challenge one of Metro Louisville’s biggest corporations in the process.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - As the Father, Son and Holy Spirit came together as one, so too have two local churches. 

  •  Sport season is right around the corner as long practice days and scrimmages begin for players. While the athletes are battling it out on the playing field, other Bullitt Central high school clubs begin their year on different footing, in particular, the Bullitt Central FFA chapter has started their year off with great enthusiasm.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Local artists continue to paint a picture of unique proportions in Bullitt County.

  •  HILLVIEW - A toxic value—unhealthy eating habits— has been instilled in today’s children, and the statistics prove it. 

  •  SHEPHERSVILLE - The Outstanding Farm Bureau Youth Contest will be held in Bullitt County on Sept. 17.

  •   Crossroads Elementary recently hosted two week-long summer reading camps

  •  LEBANON JUNCTION - China painting has been a highly regarded art form for thousands of years, dating back to prehistory. 

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Swannie Jett knows that obesity is a growing problem for both the young and old.

    Through his work as director of the Bullitt County Public Health Department, he knows the hard work being done by his staff to educate the community about the dangers.

    He knows of the programs which have been offered to help them understand the dangers of obesity.

    Now, Jett is tackling a larger calling in conjunction with a Louisville man who has become a big winner from appearing on the national reality show The Biggest Loser.