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Today's News

  • Lady Eagles look to learn even in blow-out victory

    OKOLONA -- Coaches can do all the talking they want. Their players normally understand who they are playing on any given night.

  • Eagles struggle and Trojans take advantage for the upset

    OKOLONA -- For the North Bullitt Eagles to be successful, the players have to share the ball.

  • Mount Washington may take rest of premium tax

    MOUNT WASHINGTON--Bullitt County Fiscal Court might be very close to not receiving any insurance premium tax money from any county cities.

    At a recent meeting of the Mount Washington city council, new Mayor Barry Armstrong asked the council if they wanted to continue to contribute 1 percent of their total revenues from the insurance premium tax to fiscal court.

    “I just want to make sure we are being fait to the residents of Mount Washington by letting them have a part of the revenue,” he said.

  • Mike Keffer new police chief in LJ

    LEBANON JUNCTION--With the new year, the city of Lebanon Junction will also be starting under new leadership at the police department.

  • After 15 years, Jessica's uncle admits role in her 1999 death

    BARDSTOWN -- It was on a Friday morning on Sept. 10, 1999, that Jessica Dishon would be seen for the final time.

  • Valentine Gala tickets on sale; basket tickets available

     The American Red Cross in Bullitt and Spencer counties will host their annual Valentine Gala on Saturday, Feb. 14.

    The 17th annual event at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre will include music by Wulfe Pack.

    Tickets are $55 per person or $110 per couple. A table of eight is available for $440.

    Cocktails begin at 7 p.m. with dinner at 8 p.m. featuring music by Hans Sander.

    The dance runs from 9 p.m. until midnight. The Wulfe Pack will perform.

    Tickets may be purchased by calling 955-6259.

  • Farner inducted into state baseball coaches’ Hall of Fame

     LOUISVILLE - On Saturday, long-time Pioneer News Sports Editor Mike Farner was inducted into the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches’ Association Hall of Fame Class of 2014.

    In a luncheon that was part of the group’s winter convention, Farner was inducted along with six others into the Hall of Fame. The KHSBCA has had a Hall of Fame class every year since 1997, honoring coaches, umpires, college coaches and scouts as well as media members.

  • Pioneer Village welcomes new councilman, new P&Z member

      PIONEER VILLAGE - Pioneer Village will gain a city council member they already had, while not exactly losing the one that is stepping down.

    Former council member Denver Matthews was sworn in as one of the six members representing the city beginning in January.

    Matthews joins five returning members, replacing Tony Thompson, who ran for the county judge/executive’s office.

    Meanwhile, Thompson was unanimously approved by the council to become the city’s representative on the Bullitt County Planning and Zoning Board.

  • Physician charged in deaths resulting from prescribed medicines

     LOUISVILLE - A Kentuckiana physician was charged today by a federal grand jury with prescribing pain medications that resulted in the deaths of five patients, health care fraud, and unlawful distribution or dispensing of controlled substances announce Acting United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • City tables decision on lowering tax on workers

       SHEPHERDSVILLE - For now, the occupational tax rate in Shepherdsville remains the same.

    By a split vote, the Shepherdsville City Council tabled the first reading of an ordinance to repeal the rate, two weeks after a split vote during a special meeting approved keeping the current rate.

    The rate in question, set at 1.5 percent, was first approved by the council in 2011 as a way to help tackle a $5 million dollar city debt. The rate was raised from 1 percent.