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Today's News

  • It will be hard to separate Leasor from Cougar football

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – For a coach who would only commit to being on the job for four years when he was hired in 2007, Bullitt Central football coach Danny Leasor surprised even himself when he stayed eight years at the helm of the Cougar program.

  • Explorers Post gives youngsters taste of life as sheriff's deputy

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - When the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office looks for future hires, hopefully they won't have to explore further than the county itself.

    The Explorers Program, offered by the Sheriff's Office through the Boy Scouts of America, allows students to participate in an organization designed to offer and promote law enforcement experience.

    Special deputy Dirk "Mac" McCoy serves as Explorers advisor. He said the program was designed to offer participants an opportunity to seriously explore the career field at a higher level.

  • Injuries are a very frustrating part of the game

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The three Bullitt County high school football coaches don’t agree on much, and right now they aren’t agreeing on much at all, but the one common thing they can agree on is that injuries affect your season more than any other aspect.

         Worse, no matter what you do, you can’t plan for them and you can’t prevent them.

         Injuries just happen. Sometimes they happen in practice and other times in games. Injuries can happen before the season starts or in the final game.

  • Affordable home insulation tips

     Freezing weather predicted over the next few days is a good reminder to prepare for winter.

    Frozen pipes are the second most common cause of home insurance claims in the U.S. according to the Insurance Information Institute. Pipes that are either inadequately insulated or exposed to outside temperatures can freeze, rupture, and cause costly damage.

  • Monday morning Courthouse evacuation

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County Sheriff's units evacuated the Judicial Center area in downtown Shepherdsville Monday morning.

    The surrounding area was evacuated around 10:15 a.m. An all-clear began around 11:30 a.m.

    The Judicial Center has been evacuated three times in the past two years due to bomb threats. The cause of Monday's evacuation has not yet been revealed.

    Continue to check www.pioneernews.net for further updates.

  • Without key weapons, Cougars' season ends

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Bullitt Central Cougars’ dream season came to a sudden end on Friday night with a bad five-minute span to end the first half that the maroon and gray could not overcome in a 14-0 loss to Iroquois.

         The setback closed Bullitt Central’s season at 9-3 and was the final game as head coach for veteran Danny Leasor who before the campaign had announced that this would be his last season at the helm.

  • Cincy man pleads guilty to sex trafficking

     A Cincinnati, OH, man pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today to multiple charges including commercial sex trafficking, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta and U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky David J. Hale.

  • Kentucky State Parks Remain Open During Winter With Many Events Planned

     FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky State Parks will be open this winter with a busy schedule of outdoor and indoor events.

    These events include wildlife viewing weekends for elk, eagles, sandhill cranes, the Winter Adventure Weekend Jan. 23-25 at Carter Caves State Resort Park, a Family Adventure Weekend at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park Jan. 16-18 and 5K races. There are more than 250 miles of hiking trails at Kentucky State Parks.

  • Veterans honored at Roby

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Roby Elementary annually salutes retired and active military with a special Veterans Day presentation.

    This year’s ceremony included a Presentation of Colors by the Bullitt Central JROTC, along with a performance of “The National Anthem” by the Bullitt Central band.

    Students performed patriotic songs and read personal essays on the importance of Veterans Day and why it was celebrated.

  • Kentucky Transportation Crews Ready for Winter Weather

     With below average temperatures and a forecast of snow for this weekend, motorists begin thinking about how the weather will affect their travel plans.

    Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) maintenance personnel begin thinking about snow and ice removal as early as July.  Planning gets underway during summer months by ordering snow-melting chemicals for the coming winter and scheduling training for staff.