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Today's Features

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON  — Tom Greenwell is a sales associate and window clerk for the Mount Washington Post Office - or is he an elf?

    This time every year, Greenwell transforms into Santa’s number one helper.

    He grows a special beard, his toes appear to curl and his festive red and green hat features pointy elf ears.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE – I think I can, I think I can, I think I can.

    This is Miss Bullitt County Fair 2008 Danielle Dafler’s mantra before going on stage in any pageant.

    Over and over she repeats these words in her thoughts to reassure herself and calm her nerves.

    These words are simple and few, derived from a children’s book about a determined train, but they have given her the confidence to succeed in pageants and in life.

  • Old Mill Elementary School had its annual parents shopping day out Dec. 13.

    Parents of Old Mill students could drop their children off in their pajamas while running Christmas errands.

    Children enjoyed food, candy, movies and a special appearance from Mrs. Claus.

    Filled with excitement, children awaited the special guest, Mrs. Claus.

  • Students at Cedar Grove Elementary got to build gingerbread houses during the holiday season.

    The annual project for the youngsters included some graham crackers and icing, along with a few milk cartons.

    The students involved in gingerbread making were in both morning and afternoon Kindegarten classes at Cedar Grove.

  • Despite one night of postponement due to weather, the Brooks Elementary concert was a success.

    Brooks students performed Christmas-related songs, some with instruments and others with choreographed dance steps.

    Prior to the show, children visited with Santa Claus.

    The show was directed by Brooks Music and Arts instructor Krista Mueller.

  • JAG Students recently experienced the feelings associated with serving others as they prepared and delivered gifts and goodies for the residents of Colonial House Nursing Home.   

  • The annual Bullitt Central High School Concert Choir Winter Benefit Concert took place at Shepherdsville First Baptist Church.

    Despite missing a few members due to illness, the choir received a favorable ovation.

    One of this year's highlights included a production of the classic Christmas tune, "The Twelve Days of Christmas," acted out by the performers while they sang.

  • Christy Coulter started this school year as the new Bullitt Central High School principal.

    But she is not new to Bullitt Central. As she says, she is “home grown”, graduating from BC in 1983, and teaching there for fourteen years.

    Coulter recently spoke to the Shepherdsville Lions Club about how it is going so far with her as principal.

    And it seems to be going very well. Students and teachers alike report a new excitement in the air.

  • Matthew Smothers was one of dozens of youngsters who visited a local school during the holiday season to talk with Santa.

    Smothers, 8, stopped by Nichols Elementary recently to give Santa his list of eishes for Christmas morning.

    More holiday photos will be available in the photo galleries on the front page of www.pioneernews.net, along with more photos in stories in both the news and features sections.

  • Two Bullitt County Public School staff members have been honored with Outstanding Achievement in School Information Services (OASIS) awards for district publicity.

    Adult and Community Education Secretary Valinda Reed received Second Place in the category of External Publications - Full Color for the Fall 2007 Bullitt County Community catalogue.