• Zoneton honors 9/11, renovated fire truck done with big savings

     ZONETON - On a day similar in weather to the one being remembered, Zoneton Fire hosted a 9/11 remembrance memorial on the 14th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks.

    The event included representatives from Zoneton, Shepherdsville and Okolona Fire Departments, as well as Hillview and Pioneer Village Police and Bullitt County EMS.

    Also attending were Bullitt County judge executive Melanie Roberts, Hillview mayor Jim Eadens, Fox Chase mayor Owen Taylor and Hebron Estates mayor Jerry Clark, along with other dignitaries from the cities.


     Bullitt County stepped up its fight against diabetes.

    The Bullitt County KIPDA Rural Diabetes Coalition hosted its fourth annual Tri-County Diabetes Walk in the Park at the Shepherdsville City Park.

    A total of 31 participants walked for an hour, measuring their steps with pedometers. The group collected a total of 195,568 steps.

    “Every step is a step towards wellness and awareness,” said health educator Cynthia Brown.

  • Wine to flow this weekend as festival makes return

     CLERMONT - An earlier date, combined with a car show, means the glasses will be clinking at the 4th annual Bullitt County Wine Fest at the Bullitt County Fairgrounds, presented by the Kentucky Wineries Association.

    It will be held on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 25-26.

    A total of 16 state wineries are expected to participate in the 2015 event, including Bullitt County’s four wineries - Brooks Hill, Forest Edge, MillNova and Wight-Meyer.

  • Wall Street Park will be busy as annual festival set for Leb. Junction

    Fall into autumn this weekend at the 2015 Wall Street Park Festival in Lebanon Junction.

    Warm up your Friday night with a chili cook-off at the fire department from 5-6. Afterwards, enjoy a musical performance by “Smoke” from 7-11. while the kids bounce for $10 in the inflatables sponsored by S.O. Construction and the Wall Street Park.

  • Salute to the First Responders in Honor of 9-11

     Once again this year, the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon to honor the first responders during a time to remember the events of 9-11.

    The North Bullitt JROTC presented the colors and Donna Burke sang the National Anthem.

    Bill Laird organized the event and each of the local agencies were presented a special flag of  honor.

    Capt. Mike Murdoch of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office was the guest speaker. He related his experiences of the affects of the terrorist attack, including insight from a family member.

  • Bullitt Lick feeds parents with food, knowledge

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Sometimes a student will tell you their favorite class is lunch. Sometimes the parents agree.

    Bullitt Lick Middle School hosted a Lunch and Learn event for 6th grade parents as a way to learn about the school and share family time.

    Parents were invited to attend a 9:30 a.m. meeting in the school library, followed by free lunch in the cafeteria with their child.

    The event was designed to provide parents with homework strategies, as well as introducing them to school programs and answering informational questions.

  • Remembering 9/11

      The North Bullitt JROTC held its annual observance of the 9-11 attack on freedom.

    The program included the raising and lowering to half-staff of the flag outside Hebron Middle School. It also included a touching speech, the playing of Taps and a release of doves by Shoppenhorst, Underwood and Brooks Funeral Home.

    Students from both North Bullitt and Hebron watched the ceremony, which included the singing of the National Anthem by the Hebron choir.

    Zoneton VFD participated as well.

  • Car show for history

     Over 100 vehicles came to the Shepherdsville City Park on Saturday to show off their classic cars, trucks and motorcycles.

    They also came with a purpose - to help raise money for the restoration of the Bowman Valley Schoolhouse.

    Today’s Kids in Shepherdsville sponsored the car show in an effort to generate funds to complete the restoration of the last African-American schoolhouse in the county.

    It is presently located next to the board of education office on Highway 44 East.

  • Fun doesn't stop at Hebron

     Orange you glad to be back at school again?

    Hebron Middle School hosted a Back to School Bash for students and their families, as well as teachers and staff who all attended wearing their orange Hebron attire.

    Cornhole, bouncies and a DJ were all part of the outdoor fun, while a book fair was established in the school’s lobby.

    Concessions were provided courtesy of the Hebron PTSA.

  • Homemakers come together for fun, business

     The Bullitt County Homemakers held their annual meeting recently at the Bullitt County Extension Service in Shepherdsville.

    There was some information discussed, some awards given and plenty of food and fellowship.

    See more photos from Homemaker Day by Stephanie Jessie in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.