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Today's Opinions

  • Right in our backyard

     In regards to the Bullitt County Stone rezoning hearing on July 12, 2012, I would like to say that I was shocked and disgusted at the behavior of Attorney David Pike (representing Bullitt County Stone).

    Never before I have I seen someone show such arrogance and disrespect before a government body as well as to the citizens of Bullitt county as this man did. It was very obvious he had no desire to answer any questions from the zoning board or the citizens present nor present any evidence that this rezoning should take place.

  • Support Linda Belcher

     As a life time resident of Bullitt County, I greatly support the candidacy of Linda Belcher to continue as the State Representative from her district.

    Ms. Belcher has continued the legacy of her deceased husband, Larry Belcher, by working diligently to bring back large sums of money to Bullitt County for roads and other infrastructure projects. In addition, Ms. Belcher continues to demonstrate her dedication to all of Bullitt County by attending school, Board of Education, church, and community events, as well as actively seeks out ways to help her constituents.

  • Too much should not be read into vote on extension

     Depending upon your perspective, the recent action of the Bullitt County Public School Board could be good or bad.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 08/01/12
  • Bigotry only hurts

     While reading on E. C. Lee’s opinion letter in the July 18, 2012 edition of  The Pioneer News, it came to my attention that there is some confusion on who makes up this so mentioned “devil’s crowd.” 

  • Why have booking fees?

  • Thanks for caring kids

     Sadie and I want to thank these two wonderful children, Tony Bayton (age 8), and Savannah Bayton, (age 5) who attend Pleasant Grove Elementary School.  They had a part in helping Sadie be a good listener, as well as Sadie helping Tony and Savannah want to read more.

    As Sadie and I would walk up to their house, we could hear them say in an excited voice -  “Reading time”!

  • Time now to stop talk, get active

     There is always a lot of chirping from those who aren’t involved in the process. Most of the banter is from those offering some “free” advice to those having to make the tough decisions.