Today's News


     The Pioneer News reminds everyone to set their clocks ahead an hour this weekend in lieu of Daylight Savings.

  • North Bullitt to participate in JROTC meet Saturday

     FORT KNOX - Four Louisville area high schools — Male High School, Eastern High School, Martha Layne Collins High School and North Bullitt High School — will be among the 64 schools from Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Tennessee whose Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) teams will gather in Hardin County  on March 9-10 for the 7th Brigade Army JROTC Drill, Marksmanship and Academic Championships.

  • BBB Tips on Safe Spring Break Getaways

     Are you in the midst of planning your spring break getaway? Whether you’re jetting to Costa Rica, headed on a cruise, or driving to Destin, Florida, don’t just book a trip because it looks like a good deal! Do your homework first – spring break is not the time to book a trip from a provider you aren’t familiar with!

    Out of the almost 4,000 industries the BBB monitors, the travel industry consistently ranks near or in the top 25 for number of complaints, costing consumers as much as $10 billion annually.

  • BC’s Gossett heading to football at Benedictine

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – When you have traveled to 49 of the 50 states and stepped foot in eight foreign countries, being nine hours away from home to attend college is not a big deal.

  • BBB Hot Topics: March 2013

     Check out the latest scams and bad business in BBB’s March 2013 Hot Topics!

    1. Businesses are receiving emails disguised as Consumer Complaint Notifications from the FTC. The email states a complaint has been filed against your business, and you need to review and respond. The email provides a link, which takes you to a third party website, and the file you download is actually malware that scans your computer for personal information.

  • BE, NB cheer squads excel at state meet

     BOWLING GREEN - Two local cheerleading teams proved themselves forces to be reckoned with after placing second and third in the 2013 Kentucky High School Athletics Association’s Competitive Cheer State Competition . 

  • State DOT to spray for weeds along roads

     Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews will begin treating for noxious and nuisance weeds throughout the state this month.  The treatments aid in controlling the spread of undesirable plants along state highway rights of way.

  • More transparency needed on legislation

      FRANKFORT– Every year members of the Kentucky General Assembly descend on Frankfort to carry out the duties that our citizens expect to do.  That expectation includes making sure that the legislative process is open and transparent to all Kentuckians.

  • North’s Stewart is first in Mason-Dixon high jump

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The final indoor meet of the track and field season was a strong indication that is could be a good spring for the area teams as all three programs took part in the 51st annual Mason-Dixon Games at Broadbent Arena at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds this past weekend.

  • Bullitt East wins first KHSAA regional archery title

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – Competing under the Kentucky High School Athletic Association flag for the first time, the Bullitt East archery program had a big weekend last week, winning the Sixth Region title.