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Today's News

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning Jan. 18, 2015

    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.

     

  • Tourist commission wants less fire, more good news

    SHEPHERDSVILLE--Allegations against the Southeast Bullitt Fire Chief Julius Hatfield are already starting to affect county entities.

  • 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.

  • Time to forget past, get down to business

     It’s been about three months ago that voters went to the polls and made their selections.

    In the city of Shepherdsville, a mayor and six councilmembers were elected.

    They took office earlier this month and have already had one meeting.

    We hope none in the future follow that initial gathering.

    Meanwhile staff writer Stephen Thomas composed a column that outlines some of the allegations and accusations thrown about at the Jan. 12 meeting.

  • Fight card full for first city meeting

      For many Bullitt Countians, Monday nights mean tuning in for their favorite television wrestling program. 

    These days the only fighting I get to see on Monday night is at the Shepherdsville city council meetings.

    As a reporter it is my job, to the best of my ability, to report what happens at these meetings, placing the important information into the newspaper so readers may be informed and, if possible, not bored.

  • Schmid Funeral Home Football Players of the Year

     For the 2014 season, Schmid Funeral Home and the other sponsors for the Bullitt County Player of the Year Award divided it into offensive and defensive awards.

    On offense, Bullitt Central senior Trevor Carnell picked up his third consecutive Player of the Year Award. Joining hime for the honor were Tim Gonterman and Mark Schmid of Schmid Funeral Home as well as Bullitt Central principal Andy Pohlman and athletic director Mike Gossett.

  • Local teams picking up steam at halfway mark

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – While not being invited to this year’s Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament, the Bullitt Central Cougars had a productive week which included a very strong outing on Thursday against Henry County.

    The game had already been scheduled and would have been played if the Cougars had been in the LIT or not. Jumping out to an 18-9 lead after one quarter, the Cougars went onto win 67-48 against a Wildcat team that had opened the season with a win over North Bullitt and entered the game with a winning record.

  • East holds on late to defeat talented Seneca

    VALLEY STATION – For three-and-a-half quarters of the team’s opening round game in the Republic Bank Boys’ Louisville Invitational Tournament, everything was going just to plan against the Seneca Redhawks.

  • Lawson named to take over Cougar football program

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – After just one year within the program, Tye Lawson was promoted to head coach on Thursday, replacing Danny Leasor who retired after eight seasons in his second stint at the school.

  • Shepherdsville Santa is success

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Shepherdsville Police Department members are sworn to protect and serve, and at Christmas they try their best to serve.

    The Shepherdsville Santa program hosted by SPD brought Christmas in the form of holiday gift packages for families in need throughout the city.

    Chief Doug Puckett said the program was able to provide for 125 families this year, a total of 280 citizens.

    Each family received a care box with food, hams, jackets, games, toys and stuffed animals.