Today's Features

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County Public Library system hosted a brief campaign asking Bullitt County residents to drop their drawers for a good cause.

    The Drop Your Drawers program was a collection of new underwear and socks for the Bullitt County Public Schools Family Resource and Youth Service Centers.

    Laundry hampers were placed at each BCPL location in November and December, with an image of official mascot Captain Underpants reminding everyone to share what they could.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON — They’re not from around here. They speak very little English and have very little experience with American culture.

    But eighth graders at Eastside Middle learned that the students from Jefferson County’s Newcomer Academy like chicken and selfies and aren’t as different as they may look.

  •  The Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency celebrated another year of assistance and providence in Bullitt County.

    MPCAA recognized Bullitt County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts, along with her mother, Merrill Roberts, for 12 years of service on the local MPCAA Board of Directors.

    “We hate to lose you, but we wish you good luck,” said Joanna Freels, chairperson of the MPCAA board.

    Judge Roberts thanked board members, employees and all of the Senior Center members who regularly attend events.

  •   SHEPHERDSVILLE — At nine-months-old, Jersey Paige Wooten has already earned her weight in crowns.

    Born on March 5, Wooten competed in her first pageant at just four months old.

    Last month, she was crowned “Baby Miss Kentucky.”

    “I just always thought pageants were neat and fun,” mom Shameika Wooten said. “And then she won and won and won.”

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE — For over two decades, Americans have anxiously watched as contestants chose their final answers in an attempt to become millionaires.

    Last month, Western Kentucky University sophomore and Shepherdsville native Rebecca Price took her chance at the million as a contestant on the popular quiz show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?”

    Price decided at the beginning of the summer to apply for several shows including “Jeopardy” and “Family Feud.”

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE  — Walter Sholar wants to get better pay for his employees. 

    The new sheriff also wants to make sure his agency gets accredited.

    And he would like to increase the number of deputies who are out on the street patrolling.

    But, only a month into his new position as sheriff, Sholar knows that he can only tackle one issue at a time.

    So far, Sholar is pleased with the progress and he is pleased with his staff.

  •  CLERMONT -- Bernheim Forest is celebrating National Bird Feeding Month with exciting activities and programs dedicated to our feathered friends.

    In recognition of National Bird Feeding Month, children can participate in On the Wing at the Pollywog Play Party on Saturday, Feb. 2, from 10:30 a.m. to Noon at the Education Center. 

  •  Welcome to 2019! 

    As cities across America where celebrating the end of the old and the beginning of the new year, Memphis, Tenn., was preparing to bring to celebrate things of old and things a new for the next 365 days. 

    The city is throwing a year-long party to celebrate its bicentennial.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE—Not everyone gets to celebrate the holidays at home because not everyone in Bullitt County has a home to go to.

    Multiple organizations work daily to help those families and the holidays were no exception.

    Second District magistrate Shaun Logsdon wanted to bring together the four groups he felt do the most to help the problem to host a Christmas Dinner for Bullitt County’s homeless community and give one family the gift of