Today's News

  • BULLITT COUNTY FAIR: Wednesday's featured events

    BULLITT COUNTY FAIR EVENTS: Wednesday, June 16

    6:00 - Watermelon Eating Contest, judged based on time and quality consumed. $10 first prize; $5 for 2nd; $3 for 3rd.

    7:00 - Chocolate Dessert or Treat Contest sponsored by Slow Poke Farm. Entry time is 6:30. $50 first prize; $30 for 2nd; $25 for 3rd.

    7:00 - 2010 Teen Miss Bullitt County Fair Pageant

  • BULLITT COUNTY FAIR: Winchell wins pageant

        Dana Winchell was selected as the 2010 Miss Bullitt County Fair Monday night.

        Winchell, 21, is the daughter of Melissa and Todd Winchell.

        She currently attends Indiana University Southeast in New Albany.

        See Wednesday's edition of The Pioneer News and www.pioneernews.net for the full story.



  • Toppers on Tour stops in Shepherdsville

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Western Kentucky University’s Toppers on Tour will make a stop in Bullitt County on Monday, June 14.

        WKU fans are invited to come out to Heritage Hills Golf Club off Cedar Grove Road at 6:30 p.m. to meet head coaches and athletic department personnel.

  • BBB Advises Public on Checks Received from the FTC

        Late last month, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) began mailing more than 34,000 checks to consumers who lost money in cross-border fraud schemes involving payments made via wire through MoneyGram International, Inc.

  • BE girls finish with six points at regional tennis

        FRANKFORT - The Girls’ Eighth Region Tennis Tournament was a little shorter than Bullitt East head coach Britney Orme and top singles player Makaela Knight had hoped.

        Knight, who had advanced to the Kentucky State Tennis Tournament last season and had gone undefeated against Eighth Region foes this season was shocked in the event’s quarter-finals when she lost 6-4, 6-4 to Anderson County’s Kristen Hamrick, a player she had beaten easily during the regular season. Hamrick came into the event with the number seven-seed.

  • Family escapes major injury as car drives in, out of house

        HILLVIEW - Brenda Shaw thought a tree had fallen through her home.

        But it turned out to be a car that drove through the rental property at the corner of Hillview Boulevard and Brookley Drive.

        Miraculously, only one injury was reported despite the car driving right through one bedroom.

  • Bus crash injures driver; No students involved

        CEDAR GROVE - A Bullitt County Public Schools bus driver was seriously injured after a school bus left the roadway Wednesday afternoon.

        No students were aboard the bus at the time of the incident, according to Bullitt County Public Schools Transportation Director Jeff Scott.

        Euteva Kessinger was the driver of Bus 0843. She was headed westbound along Highway 480 around 5 p.m. when the bus left the roadway at the 5600 block.

  • Cougars' Seago throws his second no-hitter of season

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - For the second time this season Bullitt Central senior Dylan Seago took the mound and didn’t allow a hit as the Cougars blitzed visiting Valley 10-0 on Thursday.

        It truly was a Senior Night to remember for Seago.

        The senior hurler had no-hit Spencer County back in the first week of the regular season. On Thursday, he faced just 19 batters over six innings. The only base runner for Valley reached on an error in the fourth inning. Seago did not walk a batter and he struck-out 14.

  • Pair of classics set the stage for softball final

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Softball fans got a double scoop of classic games on Tuesday in the semi-finals of the 24th District Tournament at Bullitt Central.

        In the first game, Bullitt Central rallied with a pair of runs in the sixth inning to tie the score at 5-5 against top-seeded Bullitt East. That was the score until the bottom of the seventh when the Lady Chargers’ Erin Manns singled home Taylor Price who had opened the inning with a double.