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Today's Opinions

  • BBB reminds online users to protect personal information

     BBB wants to remind online users to protect their personal information. This comes after recent data breaches involving McDonalds, Walgreens, and the online media company, Gawker.

  • Mistakes to avoid when donating to a charity

     Every holiday, billions of dollars are donated to worthy causes and now more than ever charities need the support of donors to help those who are struggling.

    The BBB Wise Giving Alliance advises donors on how to avoid five common mistakes in order to ensure their dollar stretches the farthest in these tough economic times. BBB recommends donors avoid these common mistakes when donating to a charity this holiday:

  • Winterizing Your Vehicle Can Save Cold Cash

     The last thing any driver needs is a vehicle that breaks down in cold, harsh winter weather. Winterizing your vehicle should be a top priority, saving you from the inconvenience of being stranded out in the cold.

    An investment of an hour or two to have your vehicle checked is all it takes to have peace of mind and help avoid the cost and hassle of unexpected emergency repairs.

  • 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.