Today's Features

  •  FRANKFORT -- State Rep. Linda Belcher of Shepherdsville has been chosen to attend the prestigious National Foundation for Women Legislators’ (NFWL) Annual Conference this September in Oklahoma City.

    Belcher received an invitation and scholarship to attend the conference designed to encourage networking and the building of alliances among elected women and issue experts.

    More than 150 elected women from across the United States are expected to attend the conference.

  •  Orange you glad to be back at school again?

    Hebron Middle School hosted a Back to School Bash for students and their families, as well as teachers and staff who all attended wearing their orange Hebron attire.

    Cornhole, bouncies and a DJ were all part of the outdoor fun, while a book fair was established in the school’s lobby.

    Concessions were provided courtesy of the Hebron PTSA.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE -- When you think of having a “healthy” community, what comes to mind?

    Is it safety? Or maybe it could be quality of life?

    Does physical and mental well-being describe your definition of health?

    Maybe access, happiness or spiritual health fits that definition?

    Whatever your definition, it will play an important role in the five-year community assessment currently underway through the Bullitt County Health Department.

  •  The Bullitt County Homemakers held their annual meeting recently at the Bullitt County Extension Service in Shepherdsville.

    There was some information discussed, some awards given and plenty of food and fellowship.

    See more photos from Homemaker Day by Stephanie Jessie in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.


    The Bullitt County CASA program held its annual Summer’s Night Out gala to benefit the program.

    John and Allen provided the music while others browsed through the raffle items.

    Dinner was also served for this major fund-raiser.

    Court Appointed Special Advocates are community volunteers who represent children that are involved in legal system proceedings. For information visit www.bccasa.org.

  •  If you had any questions on whether Bobcats liked pizza, you could have found that answer during the orientation at Bullitt Lick Middle School.

    The home of the Bobcats hosted a pizza party with its orientation night to get ready for the new school year.

    The event was well attended and well enjoyed.

    Pizza from Mr. Gatti's was provided courtesy of the Bullitt Lick Youth Services Center.

  •  Summer camps are usually designed with the students’ futures in mind, but one of them offered a fun glimpse into the past.

    A Kentucky History camp was sponsored by the Bullitt County Public Schools Family Resource Centers at Cedar Grove, Lebanon Junction, Mount Washington and Roby Elementary.

    Students participated in field trips during the week-long camp, including the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, My Old Kentucky Home and the Stephen Foster Story, Locust Grove and the Louisville Water Tower.

  •  For the second year, the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce has hosted a Progressive Dinner.

    Guests started with a salad at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre and then went to Forest Edge Winery for some wine and appetizers. They finished up at the Jim Beam Stillhouse for dinner and live auction.

    Sponsors were Jim Beam, Park Community Credit Union, L&N Federal Credit Union and Fort Knox Federal Credit Union.

    See more event photos by Stephanie Jessie in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.

  •  Students at Pleasant Grove Elementary ushered in the new year with a parade led by the Mount Washington Fire Department.

    The fourth graders of Pleasant Grove Elementary made sure onlookers knew they were proud of their grade with their banner, their noisemakers, and their “Fourth Grade Rocks!” chant.

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

  •  FRANKFORT, - Citizen Foster Care Review Boards in 35 counties are seeking volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local children in foster care. 

    The boards are in need of volunteers to review cases of children placed in foster care because of dependency, neglect or abuse to ensure they are placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible.