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Events

  • Vigil gives time to talk about issue that no one really wants to discuss in public

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A beautiful spring evening met the attendees of the Center for Women and Families “Create a World Without Violence” candlelight vigil at the Bullitt County Courthouse, presented in conjunction with the Bullitt County Domestic Violence Committee.

  • Easter Eggs falling from the sky

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - At this event, everyone was less concerned with temperature. Rather, it was about wind speeds.

    The inaugural Shepherdsville Egg Drop took place at the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League Facility.

    About 15,000 eggs were made available to almost 2,000 youth attending the event.

    For safety reasons, the plastic eggs dropped by a helicopter were empty. All participants received a bag of Easter candy following the event.

  • Style show set for Saturday as scholarships to be awarded

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Three Bullitt County high school seniors will be honored this weekend during the Irene Carroll Scholarship Luncheon and Style Show.

  • Col. Harland Sanders to come to life at Ridgway Library

     Bullitt County Public Library, together with Kentucky Chautauqua, will present Harland “Colonel” Sanders: More than Fried Chicken at Ridgway Memorial Library in Shepherdsville, Saturday, March 16, 2013, 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

  • KIDSFEST

     The annual KidsFest celebration hosted by the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce was again a big hit.

    That is, unless you might be afraid of snakes.

    One of the visitors actually had an opportunity to hold a snake provided by Bernheim Arborteum and Research Forest.

    Check the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net for a photo gallery.

  • Youth job fair, scholarship session set for Hillview

      HILLVIEW — Youth in the northern part of Bullitt County may get an opportunity to receive some information on the summer job market and how that may also lead into a college education.

    Mickey Cheatham, a member of the Hillview City Council, said that Michael Gritton of KentuckianaWorks will present a seminar to youngsters and their parents on March 26.

    The purpose of the workshop is to inform those ages 16-21 about summer work opportunities and assistance students may receive to attend college.

  • Healthy hearts require some work, humor

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – It was a mixture of humor and seriousness.

  • KIDSFEST: Celebration for kids of all ages set Saturday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - In Louisville they’ve got their Kentucky Derby. Indianapolis has its 500. Pasedena its Rose Bowl.

  • New features to highlight Home, garden, remodel show this weekend

     LOUISVILLE - The Home, Garden & Remodeling Show, presented by Window World and sponsored by LG&E will feature many new and exciting features, in addition to the 350 home and lifestyle vendors at the Kentucky Expo Center March 1-3.

     Here is a list of the exciting components of this year’s Home, Garden & Remodeling Show:

  • Klondike Derby at Scout Camp

     CLERMONT - The Boy Scouts of America Lincoln Heritage Council hosted a Klondike Derby Feb. 8-10 at Camp Crooked Creek.

    The unique event featured unique challenges for over 300 area Boy and Girl Scouts, completing a Klondike-style.

    Scout patrol teams worked together to travel a course through woods and hills, completing survival skills tasks at various checkpoints.

    The event is a fun competition designed to allow Scouts opportunities to apply learned survival skills.