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Today's News

  • Others begin to jump in 2014 races

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Several more candidates have gotten their names on the ballot for the 2014 election in advance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

    Since the Nov. 6 acceptance of candidates, several more have filed after the initial rush.

    In the race for sheriff, incumbent David Greenwell has filed for the Republican Party.

    Kevin Mooney, now running under the Republican Party flag, has filed for another term as Bullitt County clerk.

    For the position of coroner, Tim Hasting has filed as a Republican.

  • Officials satisfied with answers in HIP situation

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County Attorney Monica Robinson had questions.

    So did Bullitt County Sheriff David Greenwell.

    To seek the answers, Robinson filed a motion to intervene into the case.

    But when all the questions were answered in the final order by Circuit Judge Rodney Burress, Robinson said there is no longer a reason for the parties to intervene.

    The case involving Misty Thompson drew media attention as the defendant was released without entering the county’s home incarceration program on Oct. 24.

  • Happy First Thanksgiving

     Students from Ms. Flynn’s and Mr. Kuhn’s kindergarten classes at Crossroads Elementary put on this play about the first Thanksgiving.

    A feast followed for the kids, their parents and special guests.

    Look for more photos by Mary Barczak from the event, as well as other community Thanksgiving photos and videos, in the multimedia section of www.pioneernews.net.


  • WORLD RECORD: McNabb, BCHS grad, does secure Guinness’ record

     SANTA MONICA, California - It’s official: Bullitt Central graduate Dr. Jason McNabb is the official owner of one of the hottest records in the Guinness Book.

    McNabb officially established his new record for eating the most ghost peppers in two minutes. The record was set on the TruTV show, “Guinness World Records Unleashed.”

    The dentist consumed 66 grams of ghost peppers, or 2.33 ounces, or the equivalent of about 12 to 15 peppers. And he survived.

  • Best of Paul Coyle: Thanksgiving

     At this time of year The Pioneer News offers our continuous thanks to cartoonist Paul Coyle for his years of service to the Bullitt County community.

    The cartoon was Coyle's last Thanksgiving panel, originally published in 2012.

    The staff of The Pioneer News wishes everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday.

  • Time to give thanks to some other people in our community

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - It is at this time each year that we reflect.

    We reflect on the things that we should be thankful for.

    We have our health. And we have our families. 

    All things to be thankful for.

    Many will thank the higher being of their own particular belief.

    Others will be thankful for their places of employment.

    But there are many others in which we need to take a few moments to thank - even though we may criticize them throughout the year.

    A big thanks goes out to our first responders.

  • Turkeys get their wings on for annual holiday

     The end of Thanksgiving in Bullitt County became a legitimate possibility this year following the overwhelmingly devastating assassination of the official county turkey.

    John Fitzgerald “Honey Glaze” Turkey was killed shortly after being pardoned by County Judge/Executive Melanie Roberts and invited to her table for her Thanksgiving meal.

    The gruesome event took place as Honey Glaze and Roberts were riding in the back of a convertible limousine through downtown Shepherdsville to celebrate the pardoning.

  • Lady Chargers prepared for a big season

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – The expectations for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers are always high.

    This winter, the plans are bigger and grander than even normal.

    With the combination of a strong senior class and an exceptional freshman group of players, the Lady Chargers are poised for big things at the district, regional and state level.

  • It will be guards galore for NB

     HEBRON ESTATES – If North Bullitt head coach Amber Courtney was working in the NBA then she would be looking to trade some guards for some ‘bigs.’

    But you can’t do that in high school basketball. You have to play with the cards that you are dealt. So, Courtney and her guard-oriented Lady Eagles will go into battle this winter long on back-court talent and experience and short on tall.

    The Lady Eagles don’t have a player over 5-8 this season, which leads Courtney to say that her team will start five guards each and every night.

  • Lady Cougars can’t get any younger - zero seniors

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – High school basketball coaches love to have senior leaders.

    For second-year Bullitt Central girls’ head coach Kyle Roach that is not a luxury he will not have this winter. The leader part he feels he will have, but the Lady Cougar head coach will have no seniors this season.