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Today's Features

  •  Each year, the members of the Hillview Community Christian Church come together to bring a live nativity to the area.

    Over the past few years, the church has added several portions to the original live nativity.

    The Walk Through Bethlehem was attended by nearly 4,000 people in just two nights this month.

    See the multimedia section of www.pioneernews for more photos, as well as a video from the spiritual event.

  •  The Mount Washington Historical Society hosted a gala Christmas celebration at its Lloyd House museum.

    The community was invited to come by the historic home on South Bardstown Road.

    While there, they were invited to tour the facilities. 

    Santa and Mrs. Claus were their to greet youngsters. And there were plenty of photos taken.

    A storyteller entertained the youngest guests.

    There were refreshments.

  •  Cedar Grove Baptist Church offered a unique opportunity for visitors to drive through Bethlehem as Jesus was born on Christmas.

    There were various stops throughout the route and visitors heard various Biblical tales.

    They went through the market where merchants were willing and eager to tell them items.

    The evening concluded with refreshments and music inside the fellowship hall.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - The famous path for the U.S. Marines runs from the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli.

    For PFC Cody Clark, the road went from Shepherdsville to Campbellsville.

    A 2010 Bullitt Central graduate, Clark recently graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, S.C.

    Clark first attended Campbellsville University following high school graduation, where he played soccer.

  •  Friends and family gathered recently to honor a special person.

    Former teacher Iona Adams taught first grade and kindergarten at Mount Washington Elementary for 31 years before recently passing this October from cancer.

    In her memory, they have planted a redbud tree in the arboretum with a plaque that reads: “You shaped many minds in our community ‘I’m so glad we had this time together.’”

    Adams was an avid nature-lover.

    Some of Iona’s family attended the ceremony.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - There were two things that occurred on December 7, 1914, that changed the world for the better.

    One was the World War I Christmas Armistice, a call for soldiers throughout the world to cease fighting on Christmas Day in honor of the special holiday.

    The other was born in Bullitt County, possibly near the Bardstown Junction area, and has brought joy to everyone who has met her since.

  •  Mall traffic can be overwhelming for shoppers who are heading out for their last minute bargains. AAA recommends that drivers exhibit the holiday spirit by safely sharing the lot with pedestrians.

    Distracted driving could also result in additional holiday expenses. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found about 20 percent of all vehicle collisions happens in parking lots.

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - In what has become an annual event, the Bullitt County 911 Center has again dispatched some extra Christmas cheer.

    The center's employees donated $426 to the city of Hillview toward their annual Operation Santa program/

    This is the fourth year for the donation, according to deputy director Carla Johnson.

    The money is collected from dress-down days at the center. For $1 an employee can wear clothing of their favorite sports team.

  •  LOUISVILLE - If you drink and drive in Jefferson County and surrounding counties - beware.

    State and local law enforcement is cracking down on drunken driving this holiday season as part of the nationwide Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.

    While law enforcement will cite drivers for any moving traffic violation, there is typically an increase of drunken drivers on the roadways due to holiday parties and festivities.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - Beware of your surroundings this holiday.

    Mount Washington Police Chief Roy Daugherty said the number of thefts and burglaries tend to increase during the holiday season.

    He gave some tips to help keep yourselves and valuables safe this Christmas:

    -Always lock your car door

    -Make sure not leave presents in plain sight in windows whether it’s at your house in the car

    -Beware of leaving your present boxes in the trash for days. Thieves may root through it to see what new gadgets you got this year.