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Today's Opinions

  • BBB Warns: Beware of Phishing Scams after Epsilon Breach

     BBB is warning consumers to watch out for phishing scams related to the recent Epsilon data breach. Phishing involves unsolicited emails, pop-up messages, text messages or phone calls that appear to come from reputable to fraudulently obtain personal information such as logins, passwords, a Social Security number, and bank or credit card numbers. 

  • Let’s make sure disbanding drug task force doesn’t blow up in face

     While we disagree with the decision to abolishment maybe the best things that’s happened to Bullitt County in years, we understand.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 04/13/11

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at the potential attempted enforcement of a Bullitt County smoking ban.

  • Mt. Washington be sure to play role in mock vote

      The results from next Tuesday’s election in Mount Washington won’t mean that the city council will follow the outcome.

  • Are You Aware?

     As a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Board member, I have attended Family Court on the docket where CASA advocates for children on cases involving dependency, abuse, and neglect.  This was a true eye opener for me.

  • Thanks for BE hoops

     The Bullitt East Basketball program would like to thank our fans, the people of Mount Washington, our parents and the staff of Bullitt East HS for the tremendous support we received during the regional and state tournaments over the last 3 weeks. It is a blessing and a pleasure to play and represent the people of our great community and we thank each and every one of you that bought t-shirts, tickets, came to open practice, traveled long distances and waited outside in the rain to watch us play. 

  • Senate plan moves to approval on Medicaid

     FRANKFORT – During the special session last week, the Senate created a responsible approach to solving this Medicaid budget shortfall.

    The House of Representatives agreed with the Senate plan and the bill was sent to the Governor’s desk.  However late Friday March 25, as many offices were closing for the day, the Governor vetoed all of the important accountability provisions and is now left with an unrestricted checkbook combined with an unlimited credit card funded with your tax dollars.

  • Redistrict should be one issue all can work as one

     Gerrymandering is the slicing and dicing of terroritories in the political system and the end result is that groups of people are often left without too much power in the decision-making process.