• Arts Council hosting a memorable awareness event

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - As part of its ongoing campaign to raise awareness and membership, the Bullitt County Arts Council selected Memorial Day weekend to celebrate what it offers to the community.

    The BCAC visual arts showcase and concert takes place Saturday, May 26, at Shepherdsville City Park.

  • RELAY FOR LIFE...Friday at North Bullitt High

     HEBRON ESTATES - Every May in Bullitt County people unite for a special evening of recognition.

    In its 18th year, the Bullitt County Relay for Life will celebrate local cancer survivors while raising funds for cancer research. The annual event is scheduled for Friday, May 18, 7 p.m., at North Bullitt High School.

    Relay chairperson Sherry Lee said an increase in participating teams and members was a sign that one of Bullitt County's biggest events remained as strong as ever.


     This accident was no accident at North Bullitt High School.

    It was part of the annual staged presentation to seniors to show the dangers of making bad decisions.

    The Day of Shattered Dreams included a very moving memorial service for one of the "victims."

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


     The National Day of Prayer is held on the first Thursday of each May. In Bullitt County, the Shepherdsville City Park was the site of the annual observance.

    The theme this year centered around the youth and guest ministers during the ceremony were youth ministers at area churches.

    See more photos from the local celebration in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.

  • Students excited about keeping bags out of landfills

     BROOKS - Following the celebration of Earth Day throughout the planet, Brooks Elementary students were left holding the bags.

  • Visitors like what they see in new library

     HILLVIEW - On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, the Bullitt County Public Library system passed on tradition while celebrating its future.

  • Hillview clean up day set this Saturday; county days set for April 28 and May 12

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Plans have been finalized and citizens of Bullitt County now know how to get rid of their waste.

  • Hat Show to benefit Campbellsville University

     Darlene Crain, Sheila Witten, June Wigginton, Lois Bishop, Glenda Patterson, Betty Hord, Gwinn Hahn, Betty Porter and Alene Wolford recently posed for this photo during the second annual Derby Rose Hat Preview benefiting Campbellsville University’s scholarship fund.

  • Easter Bunny found in Bullitt County

     The Easter Bunny was busy during the annual Hillview Easter Egg hunt.

    From offering to hold some of the candy for the little hunters to posing with a youngster for a picture to trying to coax a youngster to come have his picture taken, the Easter Bunny was the main center of attention.

    The Operation Santa committee in Hillview sponsored the annual event.

  • The Last Supper

     In celebration of Easter, Belmont Baptist Church put on a play about the Last Supper and the events that led to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    Lebanon Junction resident Steve Taylor played the role of Jesus.