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Today's Features

  •  The annual American Red Cross Valentine Gala drew a record crowd on Saturday.

    Besides enjoying dinner, there was plenty of dancing to the tunes of the Wulfe Pack at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre.

    This is the major fund-raiser each year for the Bullitt-Spencer County Red Cross.

    There was also a list of gift packages given away to the lucky ticketholders.

    See more photos and video of the gala in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON--As a new year begins, Mount Washington resident Kayla Burnett also begins a new journey. A 19 year-old learning to combat diabetes.

    Last fall Burnett, who graduated from Bullitt East last year, began noticing she was having to use the bathroom pretty frequently.

    “I thought maybe it was a bladder infection,” she said.

    The test showed there was a lot of sugar present in her urine.

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Tim Hasting has always wanted to serve his community.

    This year, Hasting has thrown his name into the ring as a candidate for the office of coroner.

    Hasting, 39, will run in the Republican primary in May. He will face incumbent David Billings.

    In his ninth year of service at Hardy-Close Funeral Home in Shepherdsville, Hasting said he has gotten to know the community and believes there needs to be a change in office of coroner.

  •  When Megan Weihe submitted her audition tape for the Kentucky Children’s Chorus, she was prepared either way.

    “I really wanted to be selected but this was also the first year I was eligible,” said the Crossroads Elementary School fifth grader.

    Persons who pick kids based on their audio efforts were impressed by Megan’s combination of classical/choral style for the audition CD. All students were asked to sing an arrangement of America the Beautiful composed by the Kentucky Children’s Choir director, Ruth Dwyer.  

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Heart disease remains a top cause of death in Bullitt County, second only to cancer.

    It’s known as the “silent killer” because many are not aware they have heart problems until something traumatic takes place.

    For years the Bullitt County Health Department has hosted its annual Healthy Hearts Wear Red luncheon to raise awareness and increase education of heart disease.

  • CLERMONT– Enjoy the month of February at Bernheim. In addition to a host of activities and programs, couples have two chances to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a beautifully romantic setting.   Information about the dinner and other great February programs and activities are detailed below:

    Valentine’s Day Dinner

  •  UPDATE (Feb. 4): The Bullitt County Coalition for Recreation, Education and Wellness (CREW) will extend its annual weight-loss competition to a second weigh-in date due to severe winter weather.

    Those unable to attend the initial Feb. 4 weigh-in may now come to the Bullitt County Health Department Annex Building for the second weigh-in, scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 13, from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  •  It was a fun time on Thursday night as the North Bullitt Eagles hosted Southern in a basketball doubleheader.

    Wanting to get a big crowd, students were encouraged to dress up for their day on the beach.

    Free admission and free food added to the enticement.

    There were plenty of interesting sights during the game, which featured a pair of victories for North Bullitt.

  •  Recently, 11-year-old Allena Walls had a project she needed to do for school.

    She learned about CASA through her mother, Kristie Walls, and also had a friend in school who was abused and wanted to do something to help kids in these situations.

    She made a flyer and placed a box requesting items to help children and their families at her church.

    She also received some help from her grandmother, Sharon Key, and co-workers at The Peoples Bank of Bullitt County.

  •  Students in Bullitt County recently put their scientific skills on display.

    The county science fair was on display at Bullitt East High School.

    The top three winners from each middle and high schools, as well as the BAMS students, participated.

    Volunteers from GEEK Squad City, the Louisville Science Center and GE served as judges.

    Look for more photos, including photos of the winners, in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.