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Today's News

  • New coach, new attitude for NB girls' soccer team

    HEBRON ESTATES – After losing in the Sixth Region semi-finals each of the past two seasons, after winning 23rd District titles, the North Bullitt Lady Eagle soccer program is once again looking to move to the top of the area programs.

         To do that, the green and gold went out and found a new coach, Amber Mink, who joins the program after coaching at Butler the past three seasons.

  • BC volleyball looking for better results under Vogt

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – Having talent in a volleyball program is one thing.

         Having players who believe they are talented is even more important.

         First-year Bullitt Central head coach Karen Vogt feels that a big boost of self-confidence will go further than anything she does with her team this fall as she takes over a program that has struggled to maintain consistency.

  • Eagles to overcome a numbers shortfall

    HEBRON ESTATES – If Class 5-A football teams in Kentucky could get by with a core group of a dozen players, the North Bullitt Eagles would be ready for a big season.

         Unfortunately, big school football in the area normally requires at least twice as many players ready to step into important roles for success. It helps if those key players are seniors and juniors.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 2014

     A list of updated scores from Bullitt County high school football games during the 2013 season. Check Monday's edition of The Pioneer News and www.pioneernews.net for full coverage of all games.

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    AUGUST 22:

    BULLITT EAST vs. Boyle County at Lincoln County, 8 p.m. (PBK Death Valley Bowl)

    Franklin County at NORTH BULLITT, 7:30 p.m.

  • MWES, OMES, MWMS, BEHS claim attendance trophies

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Every month of a school year, student attendance is strongly encouraged for one important reason…youth cannot learn if they are absent from class.

    Three huge student attendance trophies are coveted by schools. There is one trophy for each grade level (elementary, middle and high) which principals place prominently to ensure all visitors to their building can see it.

    During the 2013-2014 school year, the elementary school student attendance trophy was hotly contested by Mount Washington and Old Mill Elementary Schools.

  • Perfect weather conditions portend a great dove season

     FRANKFORT, Ky. – The diminishing daylight hours, foggy mornings and slightly different angle of the daytime sun informs hunters the best time of year is upon us.

    Dove season opens on Labor Day, Mon., Sept. 1 statewide. This season, hunters have an additional 20 days to pursue doves, with most of those days scheduled for the last two segments of the season. The opening segment of dove season closes Oct. 26. Dove season opens again Nov. 27 and closes Dec. 7. The third segment opens Dec. 20 and closes Jan. 11, 2015.

  • Youth football made the right call with change

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Change is never easy, even when it is obviously necessary.

    That is where the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League has found itself in recent years. From all sides the group was getting signals that it needed to move more toward a ‘middle school’ type model for their oldest age division.

  • Lady Charger golf rebuilding; Nusz leads BC

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After years of being one of the better girls’ golf teams in the area, the Bullitt East Lady Chargers are going through a transition stage this year.

    That transition includes both players and at coach.

    After seven years as the head coach, Andy Oder stepped down to spend more time working with youth golf in the area as well as his job as Executive 

    Director of the Kentucky Golf Coaches’ Association.

  • Event will get people moving on Saturday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A new unique fundraising opportunity is coming to Frank E. Simon Park, one that Shepherdsville artist Austin Whitely hopes “will get people moving.”

    “Two things that make us human are creation of art and charity,” said Whitely. “We’re combining these human qualities on Aug. 16.”

    The founders of the Homegrown Art, Music and Spoken Word Show have teamed up with a substance abuse prevention non-profit Color Your City, Inc.

  • Bowling Green man sentenced 24 months for international firearms shipping

      BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A Bowling Green, Kentucky, man was sentenced in United States District Court yesterday, to 24 months in prison, followed by two years of supervised release for exporting firearms from the United States announced David J. Hale, United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky.