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Today's Opinions

  • Good to be in place that is still growing

     Officials with the Bullitt County Public School System got a little good news last week.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 08/17/11

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at Mount Washington's growing pains and census count issues.

  • Cedar Grove Road dangers

     How many people are fed up with the construction nightmare on Cedar Grove Road? I have lived here for 20 plus years and have never experienced such traffic nightmares as with this new road widening.

  • Thanks for school support

     The Mount Washington Community Ministry would like to thank everyone who donated money, gift cards or furnished supplies that helped to make the School Supply Drive a huge success.

  • Thanks to EMS, 911

     On July 17 and 19 I called Bullitt County 911 to dispatch EMS to my home due to my husband’s health crisis. This is a heartfelt ‘Thank You’ to each team member as I neglected to take their names.

  • Remember to vote

     We have thousands of our soldiers engaged in a war to protect freedoms that we as U.S. citizens are taking for granted.

    One of those freedoms is the right to elect the leaders of our country. We can vote for the person(s) of our choice without fear of reprisal. In many countries casting a vote can result in a death sentence. Unfortunately too man Americans (Bullitt Countians) DO NOT VOTE! Some say it doesn’t matter or it won’t make a difference or my vote is not important. I’m sure our soldiers and veterans would strongly disagree with you.

  • Youth must get their high school diploma or their GED

     FRANKFORT – It has been a little more than a decade ago since the General Assembly revamped the state’s adult education programs, a high point in the legislature’s ongoing efforts to improve the classroom from preschool to the workplace.

    While a lot of work remains, the past decade has been exactly what we had hoped. In fact, from 2005 to 2009, adult education enrollment grew by 30 percent – faster than any other state over the same period. There are now about 40,000 citizens who are helped academically each year.

  • Summer is gone...school set to begin

     While it seems like just a few days ago when classes dismissed for the year, today is indeed the first day of classes for the Bullitt County Public School System.