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Events

  • 2014 Bullitt County Fair

     CLERMONT - The weather was hot but the rides were even hotter during the 2014 Bullitt County Fair.

    Photographers captured some of the visitors having a great time on the rides.

    Continue to check the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net for images of this year's fair, from pageants to rides, from animals to food.

  • Group to help women help women

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Beauty, babies and business. 

    A new program is coming to Mount Washington shortly, one that focuses on women in business.

    On Wednesday, June 18, Kristen Hammack will be hosting the first Women Supporting Women event at Allure Aesthetic Associates,113 Snapp St., from 1 to 3 p.m.

    She said the business will be talking about permanent makeup and some of the other services they offer. Afterward, a representative from a MFS will speak to the guests about investing and being “business savvy.”

  • Planning already in full gear as city fair, July 4 blast to combine into one

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County hopes to start a new tradition with its Fourth of July festivities this year.

    This year the Shepherdsville City Fair/Bullitt Blast will be combined into a four-day celebration.

    Fair Director Tony Thompson said he thought it would a great way to get more people involved to expand the event for four days.

    Held at the Shepherdsville City Park, the event begins July 3 at 6 p.m. and ends at 4 p.m. July 6.

  • Fair to feature changes, new events

    HILLVIEW - Different rides, different music, paganet changes and unique card games, but the same old fun expected at the fourth annual Hillview City Fair.

    This year's event, presented by the Zoneton Trowel Club, will take place June 12-14 at the Hillview Government Center.

    "It's like a North Bullitt reunion," said event co-organizer Tony Thompson.

    The three-day event will now feature new rides provided by Kessler Entertainment, the company that provides rides for the Bullitt County Fair.

  • MEMORIAL DAY 2014

     Memorial Day is honored each year in Bullitt County with special ceremonies honoring active duty and veteran military members.

  • RELAY FOR LIFE

     The annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life was held on Friday at North Bullitt High School.

    Young and old from all parts of Bullitt County gathered to honor those who survived the disease and to remember those who were not as fortunate.

    Next week, a story on some of the survivors who gathered at the celebration. Also, some pictures from a few guys who will do just about anything to raise money for the fight against cancer.

     

  • Celebrating tourism in Bullitt County

     CLERMONT - Bullitt County Tourism Day, in conjunction with National Travel and Tourism Week (May 3-11), was hosted at the Interstate 65 Welcome Center May 8.

    The celebration, hosted by Bullitt County Tourism, featured booths representing Bernheim Forest, Jim Beam American Stillhouse, Forest Edge WInery, Bullitt County Basket Guild and the Mount Washington Quilting Bees.

    Members of the Bullitt County Arts Festival performed outside at the Welcome Center.

  • Mount Washington Spring Festival

     The show must go on when you are holding a big community event.

    The rains stopped long enough to hold the Mount Washington Spring Festival parade on Saturday.

    Despite some tough weather, the festival was held on Friday and Saturday.

    See more photos by Mary Barczak in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.

  • RELAY FOR LIFE FRIDAY: Annual fund-raiser brings entire county together at NBHS for one common cause

     HEBRON ESTATES - The fight against cancer is worldwide, but Bullitt Countians gather at North Bullitt High School to celebrate the victories and honor loved ones at the annual Relay for Life.

    This year’s Relay theme is “Saving Lives Around the World” with each team camp site decorated in honor of various countries.

    For two decades the Bullitt County Relay for Life has offered a way to raise funding for cancer research and raise awareness of the disease.

  • Zombie Math planned for students at North Bullitt High next fall

     A successful funding proposal plus a partnership equals a greater understanding of linear programming and Algebra II.

    That is what North Bullitt High School math teacher Emir Dizdarevic plans with the implementation of a new program called Zombie Math.