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Today's News

  • Approach could get water to more people

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Property owners had a 10-year period where they could work with neighbors to gain access to a reliable water source if they lived in unserved areas.

    However, since 2012, that ability ended.

    Jim Grunow, an engineer with the Louisville Water Co., said that since that period ended, the ability for residents to extend water mains had gotten much more expensive.

    In a way to make the extension of water service a little more reasonable, Grunow said a possible proposal has been generated by the Bullitt County Water Management Council.

  • Dancing with the Stars... Bullitt County

     A sold out crowd came out to watch the Bullitt County Arts Council’s version of Dancing with the Stars.

    Funds raised went to help start a building fund and for scholarships.

    Steve and Donna’s dance studio coordinated the event.

    See a lot more photos in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.

  • Candidate forum set for this Thursday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - On Thursday night, various candidates will take center stage at the new Bullitt Central High School cafeteria.

    County and state candidates will have an opportunity to speak during the Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce Meet the Candidates Night.

    Light refreshments will be available, as well as a time to meet the candidates, starting at 5:30 p.m.

    At 6 p.m., the candidates will be given an opportunity to speak.

  • Eagle Scout project unveiled at memorial walk on Saturday at park

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - What may have started out as an Eagle Scout project, has touched a lot of hearts.

    Bullitt Central student Mason Pack, 15, recently completed a memorial garden at the Shepherdsville City Park for Parents Left Behind.

    The organization was started in 2010 by Bullitt County residents Trisha Eskridge and Nikki Cavote as a support group for parents who have lost a child.

    In 2006, Eskridge herself had a loss. Twin boys Caleb and Carter that were born prematurely.

  • Forget when and where, flood map issue must be addressed

     Probably the biggest battle Bullitt County will face in the next decade was discussed for the first time last Wednesday.

    The altering of the flood elevation maps by the Federal Emergency Management Agency could be catastrophic to the future of Shepherdsville, in specific, and Bullitt County, in general.

    Engineering work has been going on for the past 20 years on making changes to flood maps throughout the country.

    It just so happens that due to a rash of major natural disasters, FEMA is out of money.

  • Still a lot on the line in county showdown

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – There is no Bullitt Cup on the line Friday in the annual renewal of The Clash, but Bullitt East and North Bullitt still have a lot to play for in the 35th meeting between the two programs on the gridiron.

    As has been the case for the past decade, this will be a district game for both teams in Class 5-A. North Bullitt stands at 0-2 in the district heading into the final district game for the green and gold while Bullitt East is 0-1 in the district following last week’s overtime loss to Bullitt Central.

  • Taylor plays second day at state tourney; future bright for BE

     BOWLING GREEN – Bullitt East sophomore Zach Taylor advanced to play on Day Two of the Boys’ Kentucky State Golf Tournament on Saturday, finishing up with one of the best finishes ever for a local player.

    Taylor played through the rain on Friday, finishing before play was suspended later in the afternoon with some players barely halfway through the round. After play resumed on Saturday morning, Taylor’s 78 was good enough to get him into the second round as one of the top-20 scores for players not on one of the top dozen teams.

  • Lady Eagles cruise to win; BC boys advance; BE falls

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Finishing play before the storms hit on Monday night, the North Bullitt girls and the Bullitt Central boys both started post-season play in soccer with wins.

    The result was not so good for the Bullitt East boys’ soccer team as their season came to an end with a 5-0 loss to Fern Creek at home.

    The top two teams in each of this week’s district tournaments will advance to Sixth Region play starting on Monday.

    Lady Eagles Dominate

  • BBB Hot Topics: October 2014

     See the latest scams and bad business in BBB’s October 2014 Hot Topics!

  • Colors will be alive for annual festival

    CLERMONT--As colder weather finally starts to set in, everyone knows Colorfest is coming to Bernheim Forest.