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Letters

  • Thanks for work at park

     On behalf of myself and my family we would like to say thank you to the city of Shepherdsville’s Mayor Scott Ellis and a special thank you to council woman Faith Portman for approval to build the gazebo on 1st Street Park. We also would like to thank Claude Middleton with city works, Jonathan at Quality Stone and Ready Mix for the concrete, Don at DG Industries for all the steel parts needed and Eddie at Grandmas RV Park for the shrubs around the gazebo.

  • Schools making progress

     After reading a letter in the Forum in the Courier-Journal that stated “Bullitt County school system has not changed in the last 60 years,” I had to respond!

    I graduated from Bullitt County Schools in 1966. I received a BS from Eastern Kentucky University, a Masters in Education from U of L, and a Rank 1 in Administration and Supervision from Western Kentucky University. I spent 35 years as a teacher, principal and the Director of Transportation for Bullitt County so I am very familiar with the system.

  • Spring Festival thanks

     The Spring Festival Committee would like to thank the community for your support again this year. There are too many individuals, City Police and Fire Departments and School and companies to list that make this event possible.

  • Thanks to Boy Scout troop

     On behalf of myself Jimmy Waters and the community of Lebanon Junction I would like to recognize and thank the Boy Scout Troop 0685 for the group effort put forward on cleaning up and restoring a cemetery located at the corner of 139 Hillcrest Avenue, Lebanon Junction Family Cemetery of Stark’s and Thompson families.

    The Boy Scouts and family together cleaned both inside and outside of cemetery and reset headstones, cut trees, pained iron fence and built new benches on site for a complete makeover and a much needed restoration of the cemetery.

  • Thanks to Pioneer News

     Bullitt County CASA has a great respect for our local Pioneer News staff. As a matter of fact, we think they are some hard working and very special individuals. With all of the day-to-day activities, events and news stories in the county, the staff at The Pioneer News can make you feel like your story is the most important or the only story of the day.

  • Continue city's growth

     This is from a very concerned citizen. To make proper disclosures my wife is the City Clerk. I have lived in and around Shepherdsville most of my life. I am not nor will I ever run for office.

  • Thanks from Scottish Rite

     For the past nine years the Bullitt County Scottish-Rite Club has sponsored a Motor Rally/Fun Run. Motorcycles, Sand Bugs and Custom Cars of all kind, show up from throughout the state to have a fun day and contribute to a very worthy cause, “The Students of Bullitt County Schools.”

  • Thanks for donations

     The family of Jamie “J.T.” Harris and the Bullitt County Rod and Gun Club would like to thank the Bullitt County Supermarket for their generous donation of food during our time of bereavement and loss. Your thoughtfulness and generosity was deeply appreciated. Your kindness was felt by many in our community. Having such a caring local business is what makes our town so very special.

    Bullitt County Rod and Gun Club

  • Conservatism?

          I was delighted to learn the outcome of this past election cycle when Republicans nearly swept the race for Shepherdsville City Council.

  • Relay for Life thanks

     I would like to say Thank-You to the Sheriff’s Deputies:  Trevor Ford, Derek Nalley, Terry Perkins, Jim Parrish and Josiah Qualls and to Mike Howe, Bullitt County employee, for dedicating their personal time on a cool and rainy Friday night to help the Circuit Clerk’s office raise money for the American Cancer Society.