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Today's News

  • East crushes North hopes in first three minutes

    MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Coaches have worries.

  • NB girls win district crown; BE, BC also advance

    HEBRON ESTATES -- Despite winning the past two District 23 titles and having beaten its opponent earlier in the season, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles had no trouble focusing on the task at hand.

  • Fall breeding season increases deer movement

     FRANKFORT - Cooler temperatures and shorter days bring out the fall colors that paint Kentucky’s landscape in warm hues before winter arrives.

    At about the same time, the breeding instinct in whitetail deer stirs, putting them on the move and more frequently into the paths of motorists.

    About half of all collisions between vehicles and deer in Kentucky occur over the last three months of the calendar year, according to statistics compiled by Kentucky State Police. More of these collisions are reported in November than in any other month.

  • Just one week remains in the regular season

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – Once again this season, The Pioneer news will run the results from the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League in each Wednesday edition during the season.

    The statistics used each week are provided to the newspaper by the league and the individual teams. Questions about yardage, scoring and tackles should be directed to the league and those teams.

  • Plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables at Shepherdsville Elementary

     For the second time, Shepherdsville Elementary School has been selected to participate in Kentucky’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) implemented through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

    Over 500 students will enjoy a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables as a healthy afternoon snack during the 2014-2015 school year. The program is supported by about $20,000 in grant funds.

  • MWHS Class of 1964 holds reunion

     On Monday, Oct. 6, 2014, the 1964 graduates of Mount Washington High School celebrated their 50th-year class reunion by gathering in Louisville at the quaint Italian restaurant, Anselmo’s, for a night of renewing friendships, reminiscing, a lot of laughter, a wonderful meal and sharing friendships.

    The group graduated with a total of 40 in their class and have lost three to death. Twenty from the class were in attendance for the reunion, some with their spouses.

  • Southeast Christian Church to open newest campus on St. Andrews Church Road in southwest Jefferson County

     LOUISVILLE - The Southwest Campus of Southeast Christian Church will hold its first service on Oct. 26.

    Located at 8301 St. Andrews Church Road off 31W in southwest Louisville, this will be the fourth Southeast campus.

    “As a church we want to connect with our neighbors—to expand our family by coming alongside people where they are—in this case, the southwest area of Louisville.” -Tim Hester, Executive Pastor, Southeast Christian Church.

  • Mount Washington Fall Festival Oct. 17, 18

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Grab your ghouls and goblins and head down to the Mt. Washington Fall Festival Oct. 17 and 18.

    It will again be held in the First Baptist Church parking lot.

    Festivities will begin Friday night at 4 p.m. with a kid’s festival with carnival rides, inflatables, hayrides, school booths, the DARE car and Minnie Mouse, said Sue Tennill, one of the festival coordinators.

    At 6 p.m. Main Street will closed for festivities.

  • Bernheim looks good thanks to some friends

     CLERMONT - Bernheim Middle School Data Manager Rebecca Huffman believes landscaping spruces up a location.

    Seeing the weeds, older decaying mulch and gnarly tree limbs around the front façade area, Huffman decided it was time to refresh the area.

    “Work was needed,” she said. “It has been awhile since any landscaping was done.”

  • A quick look at the workings of the court system

     At the local level, there are three types of court:  Circuit, District and Family.  

    Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdiction and can hear all types of cases unless the General Assembly has given exclusive jurisdiction of a particular case to another designated court.  

    The types of cases normally heard in Circuit Court are as follows:  civil matters involving more than $5,000 capital; offenses such as felonies, divorces, adoptions, termination of parental rights, real property title disputes and contested probates.