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Today's Opinions

  • Cell phone success

  • Thanks from Clermont

        With the kindness and generosity of individuals, the Clermont Post Office was able to help 20 children have a brighter Christmas.
        Thank you to Tony Cunningham of Cox’s Creek, “Ladies Night” at Clermont Baptist Church, Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, several employees of the Jim Beam Distillery, and everyone else who helped with the project.
    Sandy Perkins,
    Postmaster
    Clermont

  • Bounty of Hope thanks

  • Operation Santa thanks

        Operation Santa has become a tradition in Hillview that has helped needy families in our area for over twenty years. We would like to take this opportunity to thank these proud sponsors of Hillview’s Operation Santa. Without the generous contributions of the following businesses and individuals Operation Santa would not be possible:

  • Thanks to board members

    As a citizen of Bullitt County, I’m extremely proud of the students and teachers, the administrators and the service workers who are the heart and soul of the Bullitt County Public School System. I’m also proud of the district leadership this community has put in place through the members of the Bullitt County Board of Education.

  • Thanks to First Federal

    Seventy-one children involved with CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) through the court system, had a memorable Christmas this year due to the assistance of First Federal Savings Bank and the citizens of Bullitt County. For the second year, CASA Board member, and First Federal employee, Susan Bradbury led efforts for all three Bullitt County First Federal locations to help our children through “CASA Angel Trees.” This was extremely helpful to the children and families involved with CASA.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 01/12/10

    This week Paul Coyle takes a look at the frigid temperatures in Bullitt County.

  • City finances much bigger battle to tackle for new year

        Is there any fire in the smoke?
        While we were focused on personnel changes during Mayor Scott Ellis’ first week in office, the bigger issue may be the financial situation of Shepherdsville.
        When there is a question about payroll being funded, that is an issue.
        The question is whether the state of financial affairs is that great or is there just a reason for concern.