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Today's News

  • A summer’s night out for the kids

     

    The Bullitt County CASA program held its annual Summer’s Night Out gala to benefit the program.

    John and Allen provided the music while others browsed through the raffle items.

    Dinner was also served for this major fund-raiser.

    Court Appointed Special Advocates are community volunteers who represent children that are involved in legal system proceedings. For information visit www.bccasa.org.

  • Bobcats do like pizza

     If you had any questions on whether Bobcats liked pizza, you could have found that answer during the orientation at Bullitt Lick Middle School.

    The home of the Bobcats hosted a pizza party with its orientation night to get ready for the new school year.

    The event was well attended and well enjoyed.

    Pizza from Mr. Gatti's was provided courtesy of the Bullitt Lick Youth Services Center.

  • All three area teams ready for a big Friday at home

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After opening the season with all three teams on the road, Week II will have all three Bullitt County football teams at home on Friday.

  • Summer history lesson

     Summer camps are usually designed with the students’ futures in mind, but one of them offered a fun glimpse into the past.

    A Kentucky History camp was sponsored by the Bullitt County Public Schools Family Resource Centers at Cedar Grove, Lebanon Junction, Mount Washington and Roby Elementary.

    Students participated in field trips during the week-long camp, including the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, My Old Kentucky Home and the Stephen Foster Story, Locust Grove and the Louisville Water Tower.

  • Lady Chargers learn they have work to do before post-season

     CEDAR GROVE – It wasn’t exactly the performance that Bullitt East Lady Charger head coach Larry Steinmetz was looking for on Saturday in the Schmid Funeral Home Bluegrass Invitational at Heritage Hill Golf Club, but there were enough bright spots to give the coach hope for the rest of the season.

    The not so good news was that the team finished with a 466 total on the day, well off the winning score of 313 shot by both Elizabethtown and Paul Dunbar. That was only good for 16th in a field of 19 teams.

  • BE playing volleyball in Jaguars’ tall shadow

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Bullitt East Lady Chargers may have thought they were ready to make a move on national power Mercy this season in volleyball, but at least after the first eight days of the season, coach Ed Fisher’s team still has a lot of work to do just to be competitive with one of the top program’s in the country.

  • Clark Teague takes over BC athletic program

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After spending 28 years on the sidelines, Clark Teague stepped from the playing field to an office job over the summer, becoming the new athletic director at Bullitt Central.

    Teague takes over for Mike Gossett who stepped down after two years to return to the sidelines as the head football coach at Southern High School.

    Despite the move of Gossett to Southern, his wife, Tiffany, remains at Bullitt Central and is now Teague’s administrative assistant.

  • Parading in the new year at PGES

     Students at Pleasant Grove Elementary ushered in the new year with a parade led by the Mount Washington Fire Department.

    The fourth graders of Pleasant Grove Elementary made sure onlookers knew they were proud of their grade with their banner, their noisemakers, and their “Fourth Grade Rocks!” chant.

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

  • Whatever happened to Kate Browning?

     Kate Browning was born in 1869 in Bullitt County, Kentucky.  Her parents were Joseph Browning and Eliza Hilton. 

    The Browning family was extremely poor.  Katie and her family lived in Browning-town, Kentucky. 

    Browningtown is 20 miles outside Louisville, adjacent to the town of Solitude and near the Salt River.  

    The Browning family was the founders of this town and the town was name after the Browning family.  They built houses and the Browningtown Hotel in that area.

  • Volunteers sought for state foster care review board

     FRANKFORT, - Citizen Foster Care Review Boards in 35 counties are seeking volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local children in foster care. 

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