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Today's News

  • Coulter will direct county college, career initiative

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Christy Coulter thought she would retire some day as principal at Bullitt Central High School.

    With 24 years in the building, including the past six as principal, Coulter has been a teacher, coach, motivator and instructional leader.

    She would be that principal down in the end zone on football Friday nights cheering with the student body. But she would also be that principal who would demand a lot of her staff and her students.

  • Last Camps of Summer

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Before school started today in Bullitt County there was a rush to get in the last of the summer youth camps that have become the staple for area families.

    At Zoneton Middle School, boys’ basketball coach Casey Bannon held her Sixth Annual Timberwolf Camp and had a strong turnout. One of the highlights of the four-day event was a guest appearance by former University of Louisville women’s basketball player Tia Gibbs who talked about what it takes to play at the next level.

  • High school sports season is about to explode

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The vacation is over. Like all of us, that is a sad thing to have to say. It’s like the day after Christmas.

    Still, it is great to come back to a job that you love and that has not changed one bit.

  • Best of Coyle: Back to School

     The Pioneer News welcomes all Bullitt County Public School students, faculty, administrators and staff back to school on August 6.

  • New year has started - expect great things to happen

     The beginning of the school year is upon us, and it is a good time to take stock of where we stand. 

    Before burying you under a bunch of statistics, I want to clearly state that our students are not made up of their test scores. 

    Not a week goes by that doesn’t bring individual and team success stories. 

  • BBB Hot Topics: August 2014

     Check out the latest scams and bad business in BBB’s August 2014 Hot Topics!

    1. Bogus Debt Collectors are calling local residents, pressuring them to “pay their debt.” These callers are extremely aggressive and threaten to file a lawsuit or get the police involved if victims do not pay immediately. Victims are asked to pay via Green Dot MoneyPak or by wire transfer.

  • Grimes said faces must change to get rid of gridlock in Washington

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Tom Greenwell warmed up the crowd assembled Wednesday morning in the Bullitt County Courthouse.

  • Contract bus service may be utilized due to shortage

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- When classes resume for the new year on Wednesday, there might be some buses carrying students that are not property of the Bullitt County Public School System.

  • Goal of class is to stop Adventures in Babysitting

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - They sat at Bullitt Lick Middle School to learn how to sit better.

    Thirty local girls, age 11-13, participated in two Safe Sitter educational programs, a one-day event designed to share safe and nurturing child care techniques, behavior management skills and responses to emergency situations.

    The program was hosted by Bullitt County Health Department educator Liz McGuire and Bullitt Lick Youth Services Center coordinator Tara Davis.

  • Bibelhauser selected principal of ROC, BAC, Spring Meadows

     Angela Bibelhauser has been selected as the new Riverview Opportunity/Bullitt Alternative Center/Spring Meadows Children’s Home Principal. She succeeds Brenda Pirtle who was named District Director of Secondary Education.