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Today's Opinions

  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • HOLIDAYS: AUGUST 2010

    AUGUST 2010

    MONTH:

    American Adventures

    Audio Book Appreciation

    Black Business

    Cataract Awareness

    Catfish

    Children's Eye Health and Safety

    Children's Vision and Learning

    Get Ready for Kindergarten

    Happiness Happens

    Immunization Awareness

    Inventors'

    Minority Donor Awareness

    Motorsports Awareness

    Neurosurgery Outreach

    Panini

    Peach

    Psoriasis Awareness

    Spinal Muscular Atrophy Awareness

    Toddler

  • Writer still likes holiday games

        I still enjoy celebrating holidays, so much that I always supply a list each month at www.pioneernews.net.

        That way Bullitt County can share the experience with me.

        One of the bigger holidays, Labor Day, is approaching, which has me wondering what everyone will be doing over the extended weekend.

  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • Apathy or laziness? Which is really appropriate in local voting, filings

        How important is the tea party movement in the United States?

        And how much impact will it make in Bullitt County elections?

        Maybe Bullitt County voters need a good dose of strong tea on election day.

  • Rest rooms may be too nice to use by visitors

        Have you ever told stories about the messiest restroom you’ve ever visited?

        What about telling others about the best public restroom you’ve ever seen?

        Leave it to the internet.

        Cintas Corporation, based in Cincinnati, has sponsored a contest the past eight years to honor businesses across America that place high value on hygiene and exceptional style.

  • To stay or to go, that is question facing many

    Parents from three middle schools have a tough decision.

    Do they take advantage of the federal No Child Left Behind standards and ask that their middle school youngsters be allowed to transfer to Eastside or Bernheim?

    Or do they stay at their current school and look for improvements? And if they qualify under the free and reduce lunch standards, will they ask for supplemental educational assistance?

    Today is the deadline to ask for a change. That is a tough decision.

    We won’t even attempt to sway parents one way or another.

  • Three branches try to find savings in prisons

    Note about this initiative: As part of the commonwealth’s ongoing efforts to increase public safety and reduce the number of repeat criminal offenders, leaders from all three branches of government are partnering with the Pew Center on the States to develop strategies for reducing crime while still holding offenders accountable and controlling corrections spending.