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Today's News

  • Grice likes his fit into role as principal at Little Flock school

    PIONEER VILLAGE — There is a new principal at Little Flock Christian Academy and he wants to raise the bar in academics and accountability.

    South Louisville native Rick Grice was hired in June in place of former principal Brian Trees.

    Grice comes to the private Christian school with 11 years experience as a biology teacher in Hardin County Schools and most recently served as Beth Haven Christian School’s headmaster for two years. He holds a master’s degree in teaching.

  • Mullins selected to be in national program

    MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Anthony and Jennifer Mullins of Mount Washington are proud to announce that their son Chris has been selected, due to his academic performance, to participate in the National Youth Leadership Forum on National Security in Washington, D.C. this fall.

    This accomplishment is afforded to less than 1 percent of all high school students in the nation.

  • THE PIONEER NEWS WARNS OF AD SCAMS

    The Pioneer News warns that an unidentified business not affiliated with the newspaper is contacting businesses that advertised in last year's Bullitt County Directory.

    The newspaper's advertising department learned Tuesday morning that the scam was contacting other businesses that advertised in a previous directory. The scam includes requesting ad renewals for the upcoming directory, asking businesses to pay immediately via credit card.

  • County banks on change for fiscal accounts

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It probably won’t come to the surprise of many that Bullitt County government will change its financial institution.

    Bullitt Fiscal Court voted unanimously on Tuesday to change its banking services from First Federal Savings Bank to PBI Bank.

    This comes as a lawsuit has been filed by fiscal court against First Federal in the cyber-theft of over $400,000 in June. The county was able to recover over $100,000 in funds that had not been accessed by the various fraudulent accounts and another $160,000 from its insurance carrier.

  • Special CASA supporter

    Patrick Henry Hughes was the special guest singer at the second annual Summer’s Night Out dinner and concert.

    The nationally-known singer brought his special music to Paroquet Springs as part of a fund-raiser for the Court Appointed Special Advocates program.

    Hughes is a senior at the University of Louisville.

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  • Hebron Estates expects traffic woes will speed up as school year begins

    HEBRON ESTATES - Things have been slow over the summer for the two sheriff’s deputies contracted to patrol the streets of Hebron Estates.

    But, with the Aug. 11 opening of the school year, Det. Mike Cook and deputy Leroy Lerding expect the pace to pick up.

    Lerding said he would meet with North Bullitt High officials to have them notify students that there will be a zero tolerance to speeding in the city.

    East Hebron Lane and Burkland Boulevard are traditionally the prime trouble areas for speeders.

  • Chargers score on first play, but then can't stop the Colts

    LOUISVILLE - For one play Friday night the Bullitt East Chargers were in control.

    Unfortunately, the rest of the game belonged to the DeSales Colts as the Class 2-A power won the battles up front and rolled to a 45-30 victory. It was the second time in as many years that the Colts got the best of the Chargers at Manual Stadium.

    DeSales finished with 415 yards of total offense and 286 of those yards came on the ground including 161 yards by senior Andrew Beeler.

  • Youth football teams seek a scary finish in '09

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - It might seem like the earliest start in the league's history, but as President Joe Downs of the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League pointed out, it is the same weekend that the league started a year ago, just a day earlier.

    That means that the largest independent sports league in Bullitt County will begin play for the 2009 season with a full slate of games this weekend.

  • Eagles will be looking in a mirror at Woodford Co.

    HEBRON ESTATES - The North Bullitt Eagles may feel like they are looking in a mirror on Friday when they line-up to battle Woodford County.