Today's Opinions

  • Support Dick Heaton

     I live in Bardstown yet I work in Bullitt County. I know Dick Heaton and have seen first hand what a dedicated community-minded person he is. Dick served on the Bardstown City Council before he was elected mayor of Bardstown. He is a fighter, a survivor, and is upfront as he believes in dealing straight with folks.

  • Vote for Russell Webber

     I write to voice my support for Russell Webber for State Representative of Bullitt County’s 49th district. This area covers part of Shepherdsville, Hillview, Pioneer Village and Mount Washington. Russell Webber will make sure our values are represented in Frankfort. Russell is strongly pro-life and has earned past endorsements from Kentucky Right to Life. Their vote guide advises he is the only candidate who even responded to their request to take a stand on this important issue with this organization.

  • Vote for candidates for all people

     For the past 36 years I have watched Fox Chase grow into a diverse and inclusive community. The residents have raised their children with pride and responsibility not as one but as a community.

  • Thanks from Lloyd House

     As a member of the Mount Washington Historical Society, I get to enjoy hanging out with some of the most dedicated and passionate people around Mount Washington and Bullitt County. Their knowledge of local history and otherwise has really taken me to school and broadened my already keen interest in history. 

  • Staff supports Abell

     November 6, 2012 marks the day that all registered voters make an important decision for our community. We hope that sharing our personal experience with Layne Abell will provide confidence in re-electing him as Bullitt Circuit Clerk.

  • BBB Helps Consumers Fight Identity Theft with a FREE Shred Event

     Protect Your Identity Week (PYIW) is October 20 – 27, 2012! Better Business Bureau is helping area consumers fight Identity Theft with a special event!

  • Don’t throw dirt over our face just yet

     The rumors of the demise of newspapers may be greatly exaggerated.


     The Pioneer News is celebrating National Newspaper Week, scheduled Oct. 7-13, 2013.

    We want to thank all of our readers and subscribers for their loyalty and invite you to celebrate with us.