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Today's Features

  • SHEPHERDSVILLE - Patrons are welcome to come in whenever the lights are on at Lights Out.

    One of Bullitt County’s newest dining establishments, Lights Out Bar and Grill is open for business in Shepherdsville.

    Lights Out is the first restaurant location for co-owners Tom and Beth Ann Chamberlain, who hope to provide another option for local diners.

    Beth Ann also owns All State Title Service, a local business providing vehicle titles for businesses such as banks and auction sites.

  •  Once again this year, the North Bullitt JROTC cadets played a key role in the Hillview Operation Santa holiday food and toy distribution.

    Cadets Claudia Cornett, Dillon Deindorfer, Kailah Habib, Taylor Meredith, Chase Morrison, Josephine Pollard, Jordan Sparks, Mackenzie Stayton and Austin Thurman helped carry boxes to the recipient’s vehicles and also helped collect toys for those receiving assistance.

    Over 400 families received assistance this year.

  •  The seats were full as  Paroquet Springs Conference Centre hosted its annual Christmas party recently. The event has become a staple activity during the holiday season. Attendees included many members of the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce, as well as those from  the community. 

     

    See more photos by Stephen Thomas in the multimedia section of our website.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - True love knows no bounds, be it age, distance, nor the Ohio River.

    The Ridgway Memorial Library was the setting for a special wedding ceremony featuring Norma Hackney and Don Pickle, residents of West Lafayette, Ind.

    The octogenarian couple decided to tie the knot, but not at home; Rather, they wanted to turn their journey into everlasting blissfulness into a nice little travel journey as well.

  •  Mount Washington launched into the holiday season with Light Up Mount Washington and an estimated 1,000 people.

    The Bullitt East High marching band led the way for Santa and Mrs. Claus and their elf as they rode into town in a horse-drawn carriage to greet the line of boys and girls waiting for them inside the First Baptist Church of Mount Washington.

    See more pictures in our multimedia section.

  •  In recognition of its achievement of its women’s program this year, Bullitt County Farm Bureau received the 2015 Gold Star Award of Excellence during Kentucky Farm Bureau’s annual meeting in Louisville.

    The award honors county Women’s Committees for active participation in leadership development programs, agricultural promotion, educational initiatives and numerous other aspects of support to the local Farm Bureau.

  •  It was a wonderful night for a parade on Friday as units kicked of the Shepherdsville Light Up by proceeding from the park to city hall.

    Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived atop the fire truck and the kids from Paroquet Springs Conference Centre were in the gingerbread house for their ride through town.

    City hall was decorated and will be open throughout the holiday season.

    See the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net for more photos from the festivities.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - Just hours before the city would fill up for its Light Up holiday event, Bullitt County Public Library officials lit up at the site of their future new location.

    Mount Washington and BCPL hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking for the county’s newest library location at 214 N.Bardstown Rd., just across Snapp St. from the current facility.

    BCPL director Joe Schweiss said the current library was still nice but the city was outgrowing it.

  •  The Mountain City Cruisers donated $2,000 worth of toys and supplies to the Angel Tree.

    For 10 years, the group has hosted the “Cruising for Santa” car show at ValuMarket to raise the money. They are also running the car shows during the spring and fall festivals. The team also donated $2,000 to local food ministries.

    “Everything we do is strictly for the community,” member Ted Cook said. “If it wasn’t for the community [donating door prizes, etc.], we couldn’t do it.”

  •  Bullitt County Farm Bureau was recognized during the 96th Kentucky Farm Bureau annual meeting in Louisville for its outstanding membership and program achievement in 2015.

    The award honors county Farm Bureau offices who meet the company’s profitability requirements and whose insurance policy growth meets or exceeds its annual growth goal.