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Letters

  • Thanks to everyone

     The entire Tipton Family wishes to thank those who shared sympathy and compassion during the difficult and sudden loss of our Elizabeth.

    Words cannot express how grateful we are for the support and generosity of the many individuals who, in special ways, let us know they care.

    Joseph & Michelle Tipton

  • How I have become a very savvy shopper

     I just started couponing during the past year. I saw it on a television show. It’s amazing how much money can be saved by just using coupons and watching the sales. I can usually save up to $50 or $60 dollars each shopping trip. At times I’ve even managed to get items for free.

  • A little bit of humor

     I remember by mother telling us children different stories that happened during her lifetime.

    She had a way of telling them that that was really funny to hear. One of her stories was about two of her brothers, Uncle Bill and Uncle Marlin.

  • Cedar Grove Road dangers

     How many people are fed up with the construction nightmare on Cedar Grove Road? I have lived here for 20 plus years and have never experienced such traffic nightmares as with this new road widening.

  • Thanks for school support

     The Mount Washington Community Ministry would like to thank everyone who donated money, gift cards or furnished supplies that helped to make the School Supply Drive a huge success.

  • Thanks to EMS, 911

     On July 17 and 19 I called Bullitt County 911 to dispatch EMS to my home due to my husband’s health crisis. This is a heartfelt ‘Thank You’ to each team member as I neglected to take their names.

  • Remember to vote

     We have thousands of our soldiers engaged in a war to protect freedoms that we as U.S. citizens are taking for granted.

    One of those freedoms is the right to elect the leaders of our country. We can vote for the person(s) of our choice without fear of reprisal. In many countries casting a vote can result in a death sentence. Unfortunately too man Americans (Bullitt Countians) DO NOT VOTE! Some say it doesn’t matter or it won’t make a difference or my vote is not important. I’m sure our soldiers and veterans would strongly disagree with you.

  • Save social security

     I don’t know if I am hearing this right about proposals in Washington, D.C. to cut Social Security to reduce a deficit it did not cause. Social Security is critically important for American people of all ages. Are they saying when you become retirement age you cannot retire? Reason being there will not be any money left to give you so you can retire and live a peaceful life. Are they going to take it away from the ones that have already retired? What about Medicare benefits that would affect millions of people in America?

  • Miracle from God

     While on vacation in Nicksville, Ky., I had both legs injured. On returning home my car broke down and I was left sitting at a station with no money to get it repaired.

    After sitting there for seven hours, this young man came and asked me if I needed help. He looked at my car and said he would fix it for me at no charge.

    Mr. Warner and his wife, Debbie, took me to their home, provided me with a meal and a place to sleep. Mr. Warner worked on my car for hours and it was then that I found out he was a preacher and the cousin to singer Steve Warner.

  • Things that are important

     My name is Robert Huff. I think I am an average citizen. I served my country in World War II and I might add I was real proud to do so. I think being in the service has taught me many things about people. Most people want the same thing out of life and this is important to them. That one thing is money - the reason being  so the family can life a comfortable life.