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Letters

  • Vote Robinson

     Between us, we have served the 3 most recent administrators of the Division of Child Support: 1) Walt Sholar; 2) Steve Dallas; 3) current Bullitt County Attorney Monica Meredith Robinson. As prior employees of the Bullitt County Attorney’s Office Division of Child Support, we felt it necessary to clarify some issues.

  • Vote for Robinson

     I am a life-long resident of Bullitt County and am dedicated to doing what is right and necessary for this to be a community where we can raise our children and know that our loved ones are safe and fairly treated.

    Over the past eight years through my work, I have come to know Monica Meredith Robinson who now serves as the Bullitt County Attorney. In getting to know her and seeing firsthand her commitment to Bullitt County I want you to know why she deserves your vote for County Attorney in the upcoming primary.

  • Thanks to Pioneer News

     On behalf of the Bullitt County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Board of Directors, staff and volunteers, we would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude for the support of The Pioneer News.

    Awareness is vital in educating the community of issues surrounding Bullitt County’s abused and neglected children.

    With the help of The Pioneer News, we have been able to spread the word of our program’s need for volunteers and funding.

  • Thanks for auction help

     We would like to thank all those who participated in our church auction. To name a few: Big O Tires, Shepherdsville; Big O Tires, Dixie Highway; John Wooldridge; Melanie Roberts; and Bruce Johnson.

    Thanks to everyone who helped make the auction a success.

    Stites Station Baptist Church

  • Vote for Robinson

     I would like to ask all my family and friends to please vote to retain our friend and neighbor Monica Robinson for our County Attorney.

    Monica has worked very hard these last four years as our county attorney and has saved the Bullitt County taxpayers thousands and thousands of tax dollars. Monica loves the Lord, her family, friends and neighbors. Monica is very active in her church and our community in many areas like CASA, Dare to Care and AARP to name a few. Monica has lived in Bullitt County all her life. 

  • Vote for Wooldridge

     I worked for John Wooldridge for 32 years before I retired.

    As his secretary, I saw an attorney who worked long hours doing a lot of research and study so he was well prepared to represent his clients in court.

    John has been an attorney for a long time and he knows what is needed to get a job done well.

    On a personal note, John is also very down to earth. He enjoys gardening, hunting and fishing, which helps him to identify with people on many levels.

  • Vote for Robinson

     Monica Robinson cares about the children of Bullitt County. As the County Attorney Monica is responsible for the prosecution of parents and caregivers who abuse or neglect the children.

    I believe there have been approximately 500 new cases of abuse and neglect each year since Monica became County Attorney. As a volunteer with the court system I have seen Monica in action in court. Monica has allays shown her concern for the children and their future. I have learned a lot from Monica’s hard work in the courtroom and have so much respect for her.

  • Vote for Dan Patchin

     I would like to take a moment to recommend that all democrats vote for Dan Patchin for Bullitt County Jailer this coming May. I have know Dan for many years and he is dedicated to the county and the people he serves.

    Dan has always been a professional and brings a great deal of integrity to everything he does. It’s time for this county to bring this type of leadership to the Bullitt County Jail. I know that he will be responsive to the needs of the citizens and answer questions directly and honestly.

  • Officials deserve thanks

     I have heard with interest the political promises of the reduction of sewer rates for the users of the Shepherdsville sewer system. It is an empty political promise made without an understanding of the circumstances.

    Currently, the City is indebted for a sum in excess of $30 million for the sewer system. This debt has been passed from one generation to another due to poor management of past City Councils who incurred debt as a matter of course. The debt structure is such the expense will be shared with our children and grandchildren.

  • Easter poem

     As we celebrate Easter once again,

    Ma we all remember that Jesus died for our sins

    They mocked, and abused Him, and made Him a crown of thorns,

    Then He was betrayed by Judas one of His own.

     

    He was nailed to the cross

    between two thieves

    While His Mother, and loved ones

    Look on, and grieved.

     

    He told his disciples that He must die

    And He explained to them how and why.

    He also told them after tree days He would rise,