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Today's Opinions

  • Be Fire Smart this Holiday Season

     FRANKFORT – Holiday cooking, Christmas trees, candles and holiday decorations significantly contribute to the seasonal causes of home fires, said Kentucky State Fire Marshal Bill Swope, director of the state Division of Fire Prevention.

    "The holiday season can remain festive and fun by taking preventative steps and following simple rules of thumb to prevent home fires,” said Swope. “My advice is to stay in your kitchen while cooking, consider using flameless candles and follow the rules for placing and lighting your Christmas tree.”

  • Teachers required to teach certain standards

     What is it we are teaching?  

  • BBB Hot Topics: December 2012

     Check out the latest scams and bad business in BBB’s December 2012 Hot Topics!

    1. The Trademark Registration and Monitoring Office sends fake invoices to businesses stating “important information regarding your federal trademark.” A local business received the invoice that states they must “pay the full amount of $485 to avoid additional penalties.” The company has an “F” rating with the BBB.

  • Attorney General urges safety in charity donations

     Your charitable donation can help clothe a child, put food on the table for a family in need and bring hope to those who have none.  As you open your heart and pocketbook this holiday season, make sure that you give wisely.

    Much like storms and natural disasters, the season of giving brings out the best and worst in people.  Scam artists are ready to unveil their latest schemes designed to prey on the generosity of others.

  • Your input vital to future of plan for parks & rec

     The faces have changed but the discussions were very similar.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 12/05/12

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at Bullitt Countians on the brink of the Fiscal Cliff.

  • Thanks from AARP

     This Chapter of AARP would like to thank everyone who helped make our annual fall fundraiser such a success on November 9 – especially John Wigginton and Allen Peavler for their music and auctioning skills, Bullitt East JROTC for presenting colors, Kettle Creek, Bootleg Barbecue, Cracker Barrel and The Cakery for donating the wonderful dinner, and the Baptist Youth who set up, served and cleaned up that evening.

  • Thanks from AARP

     This Chapter of AARP would like to thank everyone who helped make our annual fall fundraiser such a success on November 9 – especially John Wigginton and Allen Peavler for their music and auctioning skills, Bullitt East JROTC for presenting colors, Kettle Creek, Bootleg Barbecue, Cracker Barrel and The Cakery for donating the wonderful dinner, and the Baptist Youth who set up, served and cleaned up that evening.