SHEPHERDSVILLE -- They listened.
But no one on the Bullitt County Public School Board took off running to embrace a proposal that would bring the three high school tracks up to par with surrounding counties.
After a story in The Pioneer News this spring outlined the inability of the three high schools to host tract meets due to the condition of their facilities, businessman Jim Rice took notice.
As a partner in Flynn Brothers Construction and as a product of the Bullitt County Public School System, Rice was a bit ashamed.
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