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Today's News

  • SPD seek help in theft investigation

     The Shepherdsville Police Department is seeking assistance from the public in identifying the person or persons involved in a theft from 398 Sparrow Drive on November 30th, 2013.

    The suspect(s) drive onto the lot of Nu-Ways Rentals in a two-tone SUV equipped with a brush guard and removed a pull-behind wood chipper.  

    Anyone with any information concerning this crime is asked to contact the Shepherdsville Police Department at 502-921-1000, or the anonymous tip line at 502-215-1588.

  • Chargers pull away from late Butler rally

     SHIVLEY – The Bullitt East Chargers had opened the season with three consecutive wins, but the questions persisted about the level of competition

         That all changed on Wednesday, as the red and gold traveled to Dixie Highway for a showdown with Sixth Region rival Butler. Questions answered. Bullitt East put together another strong performance, pulling away late to beat the Bears 66-54.

  • Scoring down, but Lady Eagles are still winning

     HEBRON ESTATES – After not playing the previous weekend because of bad weather, the North Bullitt Lady Eagles almost lost another game on Tuesday of last week when school was called off again.

         However, this time conditions improved enough in the afternoon that Oldham County opted to make the trip to Bullitt County for a game. It turned out to wrk in North Bullitt’s favor as the green and gold hung on to claim a 63-61 victory.

  • Lackas appears in court

     HILLVIEW -- A man who moved to Florida after being indicted for his alleged role in the death of another man has been returned to Bullitt County.

  • Sprinkles finds delicious spot for business

     MOUNT WASHINGTON- The community recently got a sweet addition to its business district. Sweet Sprinkles Bakery opened up shop at 435 North Bardstown Road Suite 2.

    The owner, Malinda Polly, said she has always loved to bake, but spent about 17 years in the medical field before she pursued it as a career.

    “This what I really want to do, this makes me happy,” she said.

  • Former constable shock probated

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- After serving the past six months in prison, Clifton Joel Hudson is looking to rebuild relationships with his family and his community.

  • Alli's Project to help Community Action Agency thanks to assistance from Bullitt Countians

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A Roby Elementary first grader hopes to make a difference this holiday season, with community assistance.

    Alli Kemper is hosting Alli's Project, a collection of donated items to make Christmas a little brighter for area residents.

    In its second year, Alli's Project has adopted the Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency as its recipient. MPCAA assists with low-income and at-risk families.

    At age 5, Alli began her project last year with assistance from her parents, collecting items for the American Legion Post 157.

  • Happy Holidays with The Pioneer News

     Each year The Pioneer News does its best to capture the spirit of the holiday season at each public school, as well as other areas of the community.

    Continue to check the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net for photos and video of various community holiday events.

    This year we ask our subscribers to share their holiday experiences with us. Please feel free to send your favorite holiday photos to editor@pioneernews.net.

  • Smoking ban in county buildings up for vote

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- There were no smoke-filled rooms needed to produce a proposal to regulating smoking inside county government facilities.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning December 16, 2013

     Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory 

    nature and is subject to change with no notice. 

    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may 

    work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  

    Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and