On Monday, you got a chance to look at several of the top, top stories of the past year.
Over the next two Wednesdays, we’ll take a casual look at some of the headlines that hit the front pages of The Pioneer News.
When looking back, it is hard to believe how many things actually occurred.
The first headline dealt with the Southeast Bullitt Fire conflict. I guess it was a busy year when the years-long battle between the fire district board and the fire department didn’t make the top list.