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Letters

  • 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,

  • Helicopter Drop thanks

     On behalf of the churches involved in the Helicopter Egg Drop at the fairgrounds on Saturday, I would like to say “thank you,” to all the volunteer workers who gave of their time and money to make this event a success.

  • Vote for Tom Kelly

     I am pleased to endorse Tom Kelly for 4th District Magistrate.

    In the 32 year I’ve known Tom, he has proven to be a very dedicated, hardworking and loyal leader in the community.

  • Vote for Robinson

     I have known Monica Meredith Robinson since she was born. To say I have been highly offended by the ads that attack her personal and professional character would be a severe understatement.

  • Beautify Brooks exit

     In regards to the article in The Pioneer News on March 31 about landscaping on exit 112 off I-65, I have a better idea. We need to get our Tourist and Convention Commission to bring their shovels to the interchange at the Brooks exit, 121.

  • Support Wooldridge

     I would like to strongly endorse John W. Wooldridge for the Office of Bullitt County Attorney in the May primary.

  • Thanks to fire department

     I had the misfortune of having a fire. I wish to commend Mount Washington Fire Department for prompt response and the professional manner in which they extinguished the fire and doing everything to restrict additional damage. They are very caring individuals thanks again for a job well done.

    Charles Long

    Mount Washington

    P.S. Thanks to the Windstream repairman who restored my phone service.

  • Every student matters

     I read with interest my friend Mike Frye’s letter in last Wednesday’s Pioneer News.  Mike asks some interesting questions and exhorts people to replicate what Mt. Washington Middle does regarding their curriculum and I believe I need to clear up a couple of things.

  • Preserving the landlines

     AARP is fighting to preserve reliable phone service for the elderly and other citizens who rely on landline service for emergency purposes and to stay connected to their family, friends and communities.

    Telephone service is a basic necessity, particularly for older adults, who are more likely than any other age group to rely on landline service to maintain social contact and preserve health and safety.

    Competition in the telecommunications market can give consumers real choices and can promote their economic well-being.

  • Consider the tax dollars