.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Features

-A A +A

Hall’s artwork on Kentucky women on statewide display

By Alex Wimsatt

    FRANKFORT - Mary Lou Hall is a master story teller.
    The stories she shares are vibrant and descriptive, recalling the life and character of those she depicts.
    Her subjects range from those she knows and loves to the historic figures she pays homage to.
    She shares these stories, not through the written or spoken word, but through the pictures she composes in paint.

Previous
Play
Next
-A A +A

Contribution to Hillview DARE

  The Hillview Wal-Mart recently presented the Hillview Police Department with a $2,000 contribution for its DARE program.


If you subscribe to the newspaper, you receive FREE access to all the exclusive content of the web site! Simply register to receive uninterrupted access to our award-winning and in-depth local online content!

Renew Current or Past Subscription / Register for Online Subscription

If you currently subscribe or have subscribed in the past to the The Pioneer News, then simply find your account number on your mailing label and enter it below.

Click the question mark below to see where your account ID appears on your mailing label.

Newspaper Acct. ID:
info
Street Address:
(exactly as it appears on the label)

If you are a subscriber and you do not know your account ID or don't have a copy of your newspaper available that shows the information on the address label you can click continue below to search for your account.

New Subscription/30 Day Free Trial Account

If you are new to the award winning The Pioneer News and wish to get a subscription or simply gain access to our online content then please enter your ZIP code below and continue to setup your account.

ZIP Code:



Create a limited access account.
Register to participate in community forums, post on the community calendar, blog etc. This registration does not give you full access to read our award winning content, etc.

The Pioneer News | circulation@pioneernews.net | 502-955-6348
P.O. Box 98, 455 North Buckman St, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

-A A +A

Authors bring works to NBHS

By Stephen Thomas

    HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt High School librarian Mary Parker is always looking for an idea to drum up reader interest.
    That’s why she took advantage of a school band concert to promote an author faire.
    Parker invited a list of local authors to participate at the event, held in conjunction with North Bullitt’s annual Christmas concert.

-A A +A

Michaela’s memory lives on

Memory lives on with bed to help families

By Stephen Thomas

    LOUISVILLE - It’s been 18 months since Michaela Walls passed away, but she is still giving special gifts to her family and the community.
    The seven-year-old Shepherdsville resident suffered from Rett Syndrome, a nervous system disorder causing multiple developmental issues.
    Michaela and her family spent a lot of time at Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville, where the medical team took care of all family and friends.

Previous
Play
Next
-A A +A

Those in cold, long line no ‘chickens’ to seek food

By Alex Wimsatt

MOUNT WASHINGTON – When AJ Faught heard that Kentucky Fried Chicken was returning to Mount Washington and that the restaurant chain was offering a year supply of free chicken to those first in line for the grand opening he was determined to be one of them.

Faught braved the frigid cold to become the first in line for the KFC Mount Washington grand opening on Tuesday, Dec. 14, arriving around 7:30 a.m. before anyone else.

-A A +A

Character Matters at Roby Elementary

By Thomas Barr

  Students at Roby Elementary used some classic fairy tale characters to bring forth the lessons needed on how to help others.


If you subscribe to the newspaper, you receive FREE access to all the exclusive content of the web site! Simply register to receive uninterrupted access to our award-winning and in-depth local online content!

Renew Current or Past Subscription / Register for Online Subscription

If you currently subscribe or have subscribed in the past to the The Pioneer News, then simply find your account number on your mailing label and enter it below.

Click the question mark below to see where your account ID appears on your mailing label.

Newspaper Acct. ID:
info
Street Address:
(exactly as it appears on the label)

If you are a subscriber and you do not know your account ID or don't have a copy of your newspaper available that shows the information on the address label you can click continue below to search for your account.

New Subscription/30 Day Free Trial Account

If you are new to the award winning The Pioneer News and wish to get a subscription or simply gain access to our online content then please enter your ZIP code below and continue to setup your account.

ZIP Code:



Create a limited access account.
Register to participate in community forums, post on the community calendar, blog etc. This registration does not give you full access to read our award winning content, etc.

The Pioneer News | circulation@pioneernews.net | 502-955-6348
P.O. Box 98, 455 North Buckman St, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

-A A +A

Family literacy efforts from three schools in MW

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - In an effort to get families reading together, a family literacy event was recently held at Crossroads Elementary School for preschool and head start students of Mount Washington, Crossroads and Old Mill Elementary Schools.

Previous
Play
Next

    Participants heard stories, made crafts and joined in reading and counting activities. At the end of the program every child was given a new book, courtesy of the Old Mill/Crossroads and Mount Washington Elementary Schools Family Resource Centers.

-A A +A

Tourist commission honored for its new logo design

By Alex Wimsatt

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It took three months and several tries before the Shepherdsville-Bullitt County Tourist and Convention Commission would select a logo that best represented the county’s hospitality, natural beauty and thriving wine and bourbon industries. 

-A A +A

Week highlights need to get flu immunizations

     FRANKFORT – State public health officials are encouraging Kentuckians to get a flu vaccination during National Influenza Vaccination Week, Dec. 5-11, to reduce the spread of illness this holiday season.

-A A +A

Pick-a-Tree Star helps area families in need

By Alex Wimsatt

    MOUNT WASHINGTON - For nearly a quarter of a century the folks at Peoples Bank Mount Washington have helped make Christmas a little brighter for countless local children in need through their annual Pick-A-Tree Star program.
    This year over 300 area elementary and middle school students are expected to receive clothes and toys for Christmas through the community effort.
    And it is truly a community effort.

Syndicate content