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Today's Features

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - As robotics engineering has become increasingly popular among middle and high school students nationwide, Mount Washington finds itself playing host to one of the biggest robotics tournaments in Kentucky. 

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - How much of a difference can a five-year-old make in Bullitt County?

  •  It was a musical night for the students at Roby Elementary.

    The various classes served as the opening act for Santa Claus, who was there on Friday evening to greet the youngsters of all ages.

    Before Saint Nick began talking with the kids, students at Roby provided music of the holiday season. The audience was even encouraged to sing along during some of the holiday favorites.

    After the music, Santa got the gift ideas and crafts were done in the cafeteria. Vendors sold various holiday gifts items.

  •  Kaysen, the eight-month-old son of Kim and Larry Brown, visited with Santa for the first time.

    Kaysen was the first in line to visit with Santa, who made a stop on Thursday at Shepherdsville Elementary School as part of a special evening of games, crafts and food.

    See more photos later this week from the Cookies With Santa event on-line at www.pioneernews.net.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County Public Library System is hosting a new kind of petting zoo.

    The E-Reader Petting Zoo doesn't involve animals; it is an opportunity for a hands-on technology experience involving newer products.

    The library system adopted the idea as a way to allow the public an experience of deciding which "E-Reader" technologies they might prefer to use for reading and other electronic purposes.

  •  Students from Mount Washington Elementary sang Christmas carols during the annual Light Up celebration on Friday.

    Carter and Jamie Lemanski and others enjoyed the exotic petting zoo.

    And Santa was there for pictures at the event.

    See more photos from Alex Wimsatt on-line at www.pioneernews.net.

  •  Lebanon Junction’s annual Christmas in the City drew record crowds on a warm Saturday evening.

    The tree lighting with Santa was followed by a visit with the main man from the North Pole and some storytelling at the community center.

     

    This was sponsored by the Lebanon Junction Parks Committee.

     

    See more photos from Alex Wimsatt at www.pioneernews.net.

  •  Liberty Tax Service again sponsored the Shepherdsville Holiday Parade to benefit the American Red Cross. 

    Santa visited with Shepherdsville councilmember Faith Portman and some of her little ones at the Light Up Shepherdsville festivities on Friday. 

    Somehow, the Grinch got into the parade but he did not ruin the evening. 

    The city’s lighted drive-thru free display at the First Street Park continues through Jan. 1.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - How nice would it be if you could give your significant other the gift of smart love?

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE — Reaching for things that some may deem impossible might summarize the life of Tori Murden McClure.