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Letters

  • Linda a public servant

     Thank God that our folks who were not all happy with the outcome of the election did not react like many in nation by disrupting the lives of their fellow man by seizing the streets protesting. If life gives you a lemon, make lemonade, for 4 days and nights they have disrupted our nation apparently they never work or go to school to improve their lifestyle. Instead of being negative look at what they could have done for our nation, volunteering to clean up their neighborhoods.

  • Thanks for DARE support

     On behalf of the Bullitt Co. Sheriff’s Office we would like to thank Everyone who supported our D.A.R.E. Chili Supper. 

    You may have made a donation for the raffle, gave money or just came and ate. Your generosity was greatly appreciated. Without the support of the community, we could not have the D.A.R.E program. We would also like to thank the First Baptist Church for the use of their hall, the Bullitt Co. Women’s Club and the employees of the Sheriff’s Office. 

  • Carroll for Belcher

     Please allow me a few thoughtful moments as you prepare to cast your vote for someone to continue to strongly speak for you at your State Capitol in the Kentucky House of Representatives. As your former governor and now a state senator for some 12 years, I want to share with you that the re-election of Linda Belcher is vital to Bullitt County.

  • Mended Hearts says thanks

     We just wanted to say a special thank you to everyone who supported and participated in the Mended Hearts Third Annual Golf Scramble.

    We could not have had this success without your sponsorships, donations and participation to raise awareness for heart disease.

  • Curtis Hockenbury right choice

     The best news I have seen for Bullitt County in a long time is Curtis Hockenbury being elected mayor.

    I have known and worked with him for years and I know he will seek God’s guidance and wisdom and will be a public servant.

    Charles Long

    Mount Washington

  • Remarks do not represent county

     The Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce is an organization dedicated not only to the creation of economic opportunity in our community but also to improving perceptions of our county.

  • Response to letter
  • Going Backwards

     If you live in Southeast Bullitt County or upper Cedar Grove road area you may be paying a good portion of your property tax bill to Southeast Bullitt Fire District. 

  • Thanks to Frisch's

     We the Shepherdsville High School Class of 1966 wants to thank the Frisch’s Restaurant in Shepherdsville for letting us have our class meetings there.

    There would be from 12-15 people at the meetings each time we met. Also we want to thank the waiters for their help. 

    Also we want to thank the Pioneer News for putting the meetings in the paper.

    God Bless you at Frisch’s and the Pioneer News.

    Mrs. Barbara Webb

  • Prostate Cancer Month

     I want to thank the Bullitt County Fiscal Court for proclaiming September as Bullitt County Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. The proclamation is important because, as estimated by The National Cancer Institute, 26,000 men will die in 2016 from prostate cancer and nearly 200,000 new cases will be diagnosed this year. One in seven men will have prostate cancer sometime in their lives.