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Today's Opinions

  • Egg yolk ban passed just in time for Easter holiday

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Local governmental actions could lead to the future end of the Easter holiday celebration as we know it in Bullitt County.

  • Consumer worth it

     In the midst of the US presidential race of 2008, Secretary of the Treasury, Hank Paulson, came to congress and insisted US taxpayers had to provide the US banking industry $700 billion dollars or face the collapse of our financial system. Candidate McCain and Obama came off the campaign trail to cast their votes in favor of the bail-out.

  • County audit long overdue for solving issues

     We have to admit, we were very concerned with the 2009-10 fiscal audit for county government.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 04/20/11

     This week Paul Coyle helps local officials wish for some great gifts from the Easter Bunny.

  • Foundation for education gala nears

     As Bullitt County Public Schools continues to move forward in every area, I’d like to use this month’s space to highlight a new community-based group that has stepped forward to support our public school system.  The establishment of an educational foundation has been one of our goals for quite some time, and at last, a group of dedicated community volunteers have come together over the last several months to make it happen. 

  • Golf scramble thanks

     The Fifth Annual Moore Mayfield Memorial Golf Scramble was held on August 28, 2010 with the help of so many.

  • Coyle off mark

     Paul Coyle’s April Fool’s cartoon depicting President Obama missed the mark on the price of gasoline.

    During Obama’s first two years, gasoline prices remained below $3 per gallon after having reached a near $5 per gallon mark the summer prior to his 2008 election. 

  • BBB Hot Topics: April 2011

     A list of hot topics presented by the Better Business Bureau during the month of April:

    1.    Beware of phishing scams related to the Epsilon Breach. Phishing involves unsolicited emails, pop-up messages, text messages, or phone calls that appear to come from reputable companies to fraudulently obtain personal information. BBB recommends: Never reply to unsolicited emails and do not give personal or financial information to anyone you do not know who contacts you via email or phone.