Today's News

  • Dukes now starting for 4th-ranked Blue Raiders

      SHEPHERDSVILLE – Former Bullitt Central football standout Cameron Dukes is having a breakout season for the Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders.

    Three seasons removed from being the starting quarterback for the Cougars, Dukes is now the starting quarterback for the Blue Raiders, the fourth-ranked team in the NAIA. Dukes is a sophomore at Lindsey Wilson after redshirting his first season in Columbia, Kentucky.

  • Job seekers will have place to meet employers Sept. 13

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Are you looking for a place to being your new career?

    Or are you just looking for a part-time job to make some extra money?

    Whatever you are looking for, employers are looking for you.

    The Bullitt County Economic Development Authority and The Pioneer News are teaming up once again to sponsor an Employment Expo at the Shepherdsville Government Center.

    The Job Fair will be on Thursday, Sept. 13, from 1-6 p.m.

  • Family Fun Fest set for Thursday at Roby Elementary

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — Walking, hunting or bouncing are all acceptable ways to help Bullitt County beat the surrounding counties’ challenge of most steps in an hour.

    Taking place during the second annual Family Fest on Thursday, Sept. 13, the 2018 Wellness Walk will offer multiple ways for participants to help the county reach its 100,000 steps goal.

  • It takes four tough games for BE to beat BC

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – In a match that took nearly two hours, everybody got their money’s worth on Thursday as Bullitt East and Bullitt Central collided in their only confrontation of the regular season.

    Both teams are having impressive seasons and have reached the championship match of tournaments as well as posting positive records.

    At Bullitt Central last week, it was Bullitt East that pulled away from a 1-1 score after two games to win 25-18, 25-27, 25-19, 25-17.

  • Area soccer needs a few more good officials

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Want to earn a little extra income?

    The area is in dire need of some additional soccer officials. You probably can’t help the situation this fall, but you could in the years ahead.

  • North Bullitt offense rolls up 509 yards in road victory

        SHELBYVILLE – On a nearly perfect night for football, the North Bullitt Eagles played nearly perfect football on Friday, ending three previous seasons of frustration against the Shelby County Rockets.
        Scoring first for the first time this season, the Eagles never trailed in rolling to a 52-35 victory over the Rockets (2-2).
        The win moved North Bullitt to 3-1 for the season, a vast improvement over last season’s 2-8 campaign which included a 35-26 loss to the Rockets at home.

  • Nashville makes for perfect fall destination

     Over the years Nashville has often be referred to as “Nash Vegas.” My wife and her friend recently took the drive down I-65 to Music City. 

    Upon arriving at The Comfort Inn Downtown which would serve as their base for their all girls’ weekend they found Nashville truly is the Vegas of the South. 

    Downtown is packed with action 24/7 and there is a multitude of ways to get around town from party buses to golf carts willing to drive you to and from your destinations for just a tip!  

  • NB looks for momentum

     HEBRON ESTATES – With both Bullitt Central and Bullitt East taking a week off, the North Bullitt Eagles will be the only game in town this week.

    Actually, the Eagles aren’t playing at home either as they will hit the road to take on Shelby County in a battle of former district rivals.

    For the Rockets, this will be the first of back-to-back games against Bullitt County teams. Next week, Shelby County will be playing at Bullitt East.

  • Bluegrass Invitational Golf
  • Bullitt County Arts Council scholarships

     Two Bullitt County High School seniors each received the $1,000 2018 Joyce Hall Cotton Scholarship Award made possible by the Bullitt County Arts Council.

    LaKyra Mullins, a graduate of Bullitt Central High, plans to attend Morehead State University to pursue a master’s degree in music education.

    Ashley Seigle, a graduate of Bullitt East High, plans to pursue a degree in Marketing and Graphic Design.