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Today's News

  • Hebron Estates cancels Jan. 1 meeting due to holiday season

        HEBRON ESTATES - It’s Christmas time in the city of Hebron Estates; All is calm, all is bright.
        Guests at the city’s December city commission meeting saw the newly placed community center sign in full display.
        The new sign, placed by Bill Riley Construction, replaces the previous sign that was knocked down and destroyed by a vehicle during a traffic accident.

  • Sidewalk project in MW hits some curbs

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - While Mount Washington officials were hoping to move forward with a downtown sidewalks project after receiving additional funding in September, construction has been put on hold yet again
        It was with disappointment that Mount Washington Mayor Joetta Calhoun shared that the construction bid recently submitted by local contractor United Construction & Design nearly doubled what the city has set aside for the project.

  • Turnips for Coy’s Christmas

        Victor Coy of Shepherdsville received an unusual Christmas gift this season.

        Coy grew a bumper crop of turnips at the old Allen Coy Farm along Mt. Elmira Road.

        The largest turnip weighed in at an incredible nine pounds. Coy also found turnips at right, five and four pounds.

        “We had that bad dry spell, so I watered them down really well,” Coy said. Then the rain took over.”

  • MW facility to provide recycling of Christmas tree

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - Residents still looking for a place to discard their live Christmas trees will have a new place to do so.
        Marrillia Environmental has opened up a facility in the Mount Washington Business Park off Landis Lane.
        Carl and his daughter, Carlie, made a presentation to Bullitt Fiscal Court about their dream of opening up the facility to many more opportunities.

  • Gov. Beshear’s Top 10 Accomplishments of 2012

    FRANKFORT – Nearly 15,000 new and protected jobs in the Commonwealth.  Another practical, balanced budget, with $1.6 billion in reductions since 2008.  Marshalling federal and state resources to help families and communities recover from devastating disasters.  These are just a few of the accomplishments Governor Steve Beshear highlighted in his “Top 10 Accomplishments of 2012” released today.
     

  • Elections a major story in 2012

                Early in 2012, magistrate Dan Kelty announced that he would resign to become a police officer for the city of Mount Washington. Banker Rick Clements would be appointed to the position. But in the fall election, Bob Hunt defeated Clements.

  • KSP Increasing Patrols During New Years Eve Holiday

      FRANKFORT – The Kentucky State Police, in cooperation with local law enforcement agencies, will be out in full force during the New Years Eve holiday.

    The official holiday enforcement period begins Fri., Dec. 28 at 6 p.m. and will continue through Tues., Jan 1 at 11:59 p.m.

    Last year, traffic crashes across Kentucky claimed the lives of six people during the New Years Eve holiday period. There were 1,314 crashes reported for that time frame and 63 of those involved alcohol.

  • Schools helping others

     Bullitt County Public Schools took care of a few students even after Christmas Break began.

  • Sweet Project

     Cedar Grove Elementary kindergarten students recently got to spend some time making gingerbread houses with their families and volunteers.

    Cousins Daniel Maraman and Caleb Bleemel worked across the table from one another on their gingerbread houses.

    Erin Brown and Noah Melcher work on a gingerbread house.

    See more photos by Alex Wimsatt at www.pioneernews.net.

  • Keith receives state training as new circuit clerk

     FRANKFORT– Kentucky’s latest class of elected circuit court clerks got a jump start on preparing to take office at a comprehensive orientation program that the Administrative Office of the Courts provided Dec. 11-13 in Lexington.