• Salt River Lodge awards scholarships

        Mount Washington’s Salt River Lodge 180 F&AM recently recognized three outstanding Bullitt East High School graduates during a special ceremony held at the Masonic lodge.
        During the ceremony, McKinze Vowels, 17, Brandon Crisp, 18, and Amanda Therrian, 17, were announced the 2012 recipients of the Walter Thomas Knapp Memorial Scholarship.
        Each received a commemorative plaque and a $500 scholarship to be applied toward the college they will be attending this fall.

  • NB JROTC cadets earn national awards

     HEBRON ESTATES - Several North Bullitt JROTC cadets were recently honored with national level awards.

  • FFA lettuce feeds students

     Bullitt Central High School agriculture students are harvesting leaf lettuce grown in the greenhouse for serving in their school cafeteria.

  • Mills scores perfect on national finance exam

     Bullitt Central High School junior Victoria Mills is one of four students in Kentucky to earn a perfect score on the National Finance Capability Challenge.


     This accident was no accident at North Bullitt High School.

    It was part of the annual staged presentation to seniors to show the dangers of making bad decisions.

    The Day of Shattered Dreams included a very moving memorial service for one of the "victims."

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

  • BCPS tech faces stalking charge

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - A Bullitt County Public Schools employee was recently arrested for allegedly stalking a Bullitt East High School teen and breaking into her mother’s house. 


     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Local educators hatch a learning plan for Shepherdsville Elementary fifth graders.

  • North Bullitt students honored for eco-friendly art in state contest

    HEBRON  ESTATES - North Bullitt High School junior Erin Downs and sophomore Stephen Welch are among six students in the Commonwealth to win the 2012 Eco-Art Contest sponsored by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection (DEP).

            The Kentucky students used the contest themes or categories of conservation, pollution prevention and environmental protection and submitted artwork using the media types of drawing/painting/print, mixed media, sculpture and photographs.

  • Make college more affordable by saving money on non-billable expenses

    When it comes to comparing the costs of various colleges, remember that on the broadest level, costs are divided into billable and non-billable costs. To save money, follow these tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

    Billable costs are what you have to pay to start college. At a minimum, these costs include tuition and fees. If you’re going to live in school-provided housing, billable costs will also include room and board. These costs are called billable because the school will bill you for them.

  • Students excited about keeping bags out of landfills

     BROOKS - Following the celebration of Earth Day throughout the planet, Brooks Elementary students were left holding the bags.