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Today's Opinions

  • COYLE'S CORNER 10/12/11

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at the Bullitt County School Board's efforts to raise test scores.

  • Bullitt County officials look to bridge the gap

     The immediate dangers and concerns involving the Sherman Minton Bridge's closing in Louisville have resulted in long-term gridlock for the metropolitan area.

    Bullitt County officials looked to turn the ordeal into a positive boost for the local economy, hoping more Louisville residents and businesses will begin to head south.

    In a prepared statement, Bullitt Fiscal Court made a public announcement that no county bridges were closed due to safety concerns.

  • BBB Hot Topics: October 2011

     Check out the latest scams and bad business in BBB’s October 2011 Hot Topics!

    1.    Job seekers, beware of Reshipping Scams! In this scam, foreign criminals purchase merchandise with a stolen or fake credit card and then hire U.S. citizens to have it shipped to their country. These jobs are posted on online job sites and in newspapers.

  • Good to see people want to be involved

      What a great sight to see a room full of residents at the recent meeting of the Fox Chase City Council.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 10/05/11

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at recent tax rates established by Bullitt Fiscal Court and the Bullitt County School Board.

  • Thanks to supporters

     On Saturday, September 10, 2011, the Eastside Middle School Cheerleaders held their 2nd Annual Golf Scramble at The Crossings. It was a huge success and we would like to thank the following companies for their sponsorship:

  • Let the traffic flow again

     Since the closing of the Sherman-Minton Bridge, there have been problems with traffic.

  • Thanks to supporters

     I am the Bullitt County Community Organizer working on behalf of a grant awarded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to KIPDA in partnership with U of L. Bullitt County was selected as a targeted county to be served due to the high rate of diabetes and obesity of its residents.