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Today's News

  • BC’s Rippy signs to cheer with Morehead’s All-Girls’ program

      SHEPHERDSVILLE -- For some high school seniors, making a college selection is easy -- especially if you make that decision as a freshman.

    For Bullitt Central’s Miranda Rippy it might not have been that cut and dry, but she says that as a freshman she was positive that she wanted to attend Morehead State University and join the school’s national power cheerleading program.

  • Dolphins swim team meeting on Tuesday, May 17

     The season for the Dolphins Swim Team, a part of the Summer Fun League, is scheduled to begin early in June. 

    A parent meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, at Okolona Christian Church - located at the corner of Preston Highway and Mount Washington Road in Hillview.  Topics for discussion will include swimmer registration and information, required swimsuits, and spiritwear orders.

  • School board votes to drop redistricting plans

    The Bullitt County Public School Board has voted to drop any plans for redistricting students in the 2017-18 school year.

    A large crowd came to voice opposition to the options presented.

    By a 4-1 vote, the board opted to not bring up any redistricting proposals until at least next year.

    Overcrowding in several schools in the eastern part of the county led to a massive redistricting proposal, which would affect over half the schools to some degree.

    See Wednesday's edition of The Pioneer News and www.pioneernews.net for the full story.

  • Duvall may not be going to UK amidst turmoil

      MOUNT WASHINGTON – The upheaval in the University of Kentucky’s women’s basketball program took another bad turn last week when Bullitt East junior Lindsey Duvall, who had committed to the Lady Wildcats back in November, re-opened the recruiting process.

    The news was first reported by Brett McCormick of the All-Star Girls Report on news from her father, Tom, and then Bullitt East head coach Chris Stallings.

  • State Tourney in Lexington

     LEXINGTON -- The three Bullitt County players who advanced to the Kentucky State Tennis Tournament after last week’s Sixth Region Tournament in Louisville, will begin play on Thursday.

    The two tournaments will be based at the University of Kentucky Tennis Center, but the girls’ will play on Thursday and Friday at Shilleto Park which is also located in Lexington before shifting to the UK courts for the final rounds on Saturday.

  • Three local players headed to state tourney

     LOUISVILLE -- One player expected to return to the state tournament.

    Another had that as a possibility.

    And another wasn’t even the top singles player on her team prior to the start of this season.

    It doesn’t matter the pre-season talk. Bullitt East’s Jacob Staples and Savannah Kruse, along with Bullitt Central’s Rebecca Price will be heading to Lexington this week to participate in the state tennis tournament.

  • Voters to have few choices on ballot Tuesday

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Presidential election years are normally pretty exciting.

    However, on Tuesday, May 17, the polls will open at 6 a.m. and there will be no Republican presidential race on the ballot.

    That was decided in March.

    There will be only a handful of races on the ballot.

    All Bullitt Countians will have at least one race to vote upon.

    The Democrats will have a Presidential primary and the Republicans will have a U.S. Senate race to vote upon.

  • RELAY FOR LIFE set for this Saturday afternoon

     HEBRON ESTATES - “The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house. All that cold, cold, wet day.”

    Neither Dr. Seuss nor the Bullitt County Relay for Life committee can guarantee good weather, but the committee can guarantee a fun time for cancer survivors, caregivers and supporters.

    The 2016 Relay for Life takes place Saturday, May 21, at the North Bullitt High School track. This year’s theme is based on Dr. Seuss: “Cancer - Not Here, Not There, Not Anywhere.”

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning May 15, 2016

      Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

  • Anesthesiologist sentenced 100 months on multiple charges

     LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Kentuckiana anesthesiologist Jaime Guerrero was sentenced to 100 months in prison, by United States District Judge Greg N. Stevens today, and according to the terms of a prior plea agreement, agreed to forfeit his license to practice medicine and real property owned by Guerrero Real Estate Investments, LLC. Further, Guerrero agreed to pay $827,000 in victim restitution to nine health care benefit programs announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.