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Today's News

  • Former principal files suit against district

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — A former Bullitt County principal has filed a lawsuit against the school board and superintendent Keith Davis.

    David Pate filed a lawsuit claiming age and disability discrimination in his demotion to a classroom teacher earlier this year.

    The lawsuit only gives one side of the claim.

  • Jesse’s Day

     HEBRON ESTATES — Jesse Schott loves North Bullitt High School and he loves the JROTC program.

    On Friday night, the North Bullitt community displayed how much it loves Jesse Schott.

    Having successfully battled cancer on two occasions in his young life, Schott had just learned he would be taking on the deadly disease a third time.

    That diagnosis didn’t deter the Eagle from leading the color guard at Friday’s football game against Southern.

  • Yellow house needs to be saved

     On Main Street Mount Washington, there is two-story yellow house with intricate white details decorating the front.

    The colorful paneling and wide boards always left 7-year-old me fantasizing about what life what like in Mount Washington circa 1920. Even now, at 25, I find myself fantasizing about running a bakery on the bottom floor and making the second floor an apartment to live in.

  • Lady Eagles rally past Central in volleyball play

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After losing the first game, a game in which they gave up the final seven points, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles could have faltered in front of a large and boisterous crowd last Wednesday at Bullitt Central.

    But coach Keith Higgs’ team reversed the situation in the second game, scoring the final three points and then rolled to a 3-1 victory over the Lady Cougars by a 18-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23.

  • North and East set for another showdown in girls’ soccer

      SHEPHERDSVILLE –Two of the top three girls’ soccer teams in the Sixth Region will collide on Wednesday when Bullitt East travels to North Bullitt for the only regular season meeting this season between the two rivals.

    In each of the past five years, both the Lady Eagles and Lady Chargers have reached the semi-finals of the Sixth Region Tournament. Bullitt East, with four wins over North Bullitt, has advanced to the championship game each time before eventually losing to Mercy. A year ago, North Bullitt lost to Mercy in the semi-finals.

  • It Happened in AUGUST

     We will be looking back 10, 30, 50, 70, and 90 years to see what was being printed in The Pioneer News in 2007, 1987, 1967, 1947, and 1927 in the month of August.

     

    2007 - 10 Years Ago

    Carol and Laveda Richards celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Carol was a school administrator, and they ran a local shoe store for many years.

  • Bullitt part of U of L teaching initiative plan

    LOUISVILLE - What’s the secret to inspiring more Kentucky high school students to become teachers? 

    Answer: start early, offer hands-on learning, provide access to experienced educators and help students earn college credit while still in high school. 

    Those are the main goals of a University of Louisville College of Education and Human Development initiative that kicks off this semester. 

    The Teaching and Learning Career Pathway Program is a collaboration with the Kentucky Department of Education. 

  • Bullitt among 71 counties in need of foster volunteers

     FRANKFORT – Citizen Foster Care Review Boards in 71 Kentucky counties are seeking volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local children in foster care and other out-of-home care. 

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

  • Humana adopts SES

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Humana GSO Volunteer Network hosted a back to school event for the families of Shepherdsville Elementary.

    Several booths were hosted ranging from inspiring positivity to healthy snacks, school supplies and dental care.

    There were 139 students and families that visited the event.

    Humana partnered with several local organizations for give-aways and door prizes, including Mortensen Family Dental, Bullitt Lodge 155 Gavel Club, and the Shepherdsville Fire Department.

  • Old Mill’s Ruzicka wins regional LEGO event

    MOUNT WASHINGTON— Legos aren’t just for playtime anymore.

    Each year, hundreds of kids compete in the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Block Kids competition to build a structure out of 90 Lego blocks and their choice of three of the four bonus materials including a rock, string, poster board or aluminum foil.

    For the first time ever, a student from the Louisville NAWIC chapter won the North Central Regional competition, which includes Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania.