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Today's Opinions

  • County can't be bitten by its leadership

     Instead of calling it a case of biting the hand that feeds you, lets say it is a case of biting the group that has helped you.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 12/15/10

     This week Paul Coyle wishes everyone a safe and secure holiday shopping season.

  • Thanks for the grant

     Please let it be heard. Notebook Learning Center LLC is a better place thanks to a Rural KIPDA mini-grant (of $1,700).

    From the small toes of our children to the adult heads of our parents, thank you.

        Dana Bixler

        Owner, Notebook Learning Center

  • Quilt owners sought

     On Dec. 3, I fell in the Big Lots parking lot in Shepherdsville.

    A very thoughtful couple offered me a quilt to use until an ambulance arrived.

    I want to get in touch with them so they can pick up their quilt. They can come by my home on Fisher Lane in Mount Washington.

        Joyce Payne

        Mount Washington

  • Hold them accountable

        I want to commend the Superintendent of Bullitt County Public Schools, Keith Davis, on his actions taken to terminate a teacher that has been in trouble on more than one occasion for his actions in the classroom.

  • MWMS band says thanks

        My name is David Bretz.  I am the band director/music teacher at Mount Washington Middle School.  On December 7th we gave our yearly Holiday Concert/Fundraising Auction and a fish fry.

  • Pity those who steal

         “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”... Well it was at least on Seminole Court until Friday night, when some low life creeps stole three of our inflatable Christmas decorations.

        That’s right, they took a 8 foot Mickey Mouse, 4 foot Frosty the Snowman & 4 foot Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer right out of our front yard as we slept on Friday night, 12/3.  

  • Safety precautions urged during the holiday season

     Quincy, Mass. – While it may seem Scrooge-like to think about fire hazards during the holidays, many of the activities people engage in – cooking, entertaining, and decorating – all present increased fire risks. According to the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), candles and Christmas trees play a role in these incidents.