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Today's News

  • It’s play-off time for youth football teams

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – Once again this season The Pioneer News will run the results from the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football League in each Wednesday edition during the season.

    The statistics used each week are provided to the newspaper by the league and the individual teams. Questions about yardage, scoring and tackles should be directed to the league and those teams.

  • BC’s ‘home’ game moved to Nelson Co.

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – A perfect storm of bad weather is forcing Bullitt Central to play its ‘home’ play-off game on Friday in the opening round of the Class 5-A tourney against Dixie Heights at Nelson County High School.

  • East has tall task on the road

     MOUNT WASHINGTON  – Bullitt East head coach Mark Sander is not going to hide anything from his players.

    He’s not going to sugarcoat the task at hand this Friday night.

    But he’s not going into the first round Class 5A Russell Athletic/KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl thinking that his Chargers will lose.

    The task at hand is facing the top ranked team in the Litkenhous ratings. That is number one for all six classes.

    “Anything can happen,” said Sander. 

  • Cougars open at ‘home’ against Dixie Heights

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – It will be run, run, run and maybe a pass or two when Bullitt Central tangles with Dixie Heights in the opening round of the Class 5-A, Region 3 Tournament in a game that will be played on Friday at Nelson County High School starting at 7:30 p.m.

    Over the past two weeks, Bullitt Central has completed one pass. Over its first eight games, the Colonels completed less than three passes a contest.

  • Top homebuilder will change hats

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – As Richard Miles was looking to retire from his job as a regional manager for Wal-Mart, he thought he would build a little subdivision.

    When he developed Dogwood Run on Beech Grove Road in the late 1980s, his intent was to complete that subdivision and then retire all together.

    Well, things didn’t work out that way and thousands of homeowners are glad.

    But, this time, Miles is really looking to slow down a little.

  • Two Mount Washington residents will have horse in Breeders’ Cup race on Saturday

     By Griffin Coop | Special to the Pioneer News

           Two Mount Washington residents are headed to the Breeders’ Cup. Thanks to one of the year’s biggest upsets, Mount Washington’s Wayne Spalding and Faron McCubbins will start five-year-old gelding Bullards Alley in the $4 million Longines Turf at Del Mar Race Course on Saturday. 

           Post time is 7:37 p.m. EDT for the race, which will air on NBC Sports Network.

  • Human trafficking is real

     SHEPHERDSVILLE—At 38, Summer Dickerson has worked as a call girl, had guns to her head, been buried alive, seen friends killed in front of her, been purchased by a pimp and been exploited. Most importantly Summer Dickerson has survived.

    Dickerson is a product of human trafficking and a new coalition in Bullitt County has made it their goal to ensure no one else has to experience the life Dickerson has lived.

    Dickerson shared her story with the coalition in hopes of helping bring awareness to the reality of human trafficking.

  • It Happened in OCTOBER

     We will be looking back 10, 30, 50, 70, and 90 years to see what was being printed in The Pioneer News in 2007, 1987, 1967, 1947, and 1927 in the month of October.

     

    2007 - 10 Years Ago.

     

    The Lebanon Junction Old Fashion Days festival parade featured two grand marshals: Robley Rex and Danny Fackler. Mr. Rex, a veteran of World War I, was instrumental in starting several Kentucky VFW posts, and had been honored for volunteering more than 7,500 hours at the VA Medical Center. 

  • Sweet-smelling ‘bombs’ hit MW business scene at Serenity Grace

    MOUNT WASHINGTON—A bomb of scents and fizz has hit Mount Washington.

    Located near St. Francis Xavier Church at 10239 Highway 44 East, Serenity Grace Bath Bombs and Soaps carries over 50 scents in the form of laundry sniffs, room sprays, salt scrubs, handmade soaps and, of course, bath bombs.

    “We started in the kitchen, probably back in March, just out of curiosity,” co-owner Pam Brown said. “We both love bath bombs and got tired of paying the expensive price for them.”

  • Signups now for those taking circuit clerk’s test

     Prospective candidates for the office of circuit court clerk must register for the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk 2018 Election Qualifying Exam between Oct. 16 and Nov. 8, 2017. 

    The exam will take place Dec. 2, 2017, at Marriott Griffin Gate in Lexington. This is the only date and location for the exam. 

    The elected office of circuit court clerk will be on the ballot for all Kentucky counties in 2018.

    Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 1.060, anyone who wants to run for the office must score at least 70 percent on the exam.