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Today's Opinions

  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • Parks Board makes sound, quick decisions

        The re-creation of the Bullitt County Parks and Recreation board got off to a very positive start on Monday.

        The reason wasn’t the decisions made but because there was an exchange of dialogue from various interests.

        The decision to make a proposal to fiscal court on Tuesday for the YMCA to have a management agreement to operate the three swimming pools this summer was a correct one.

  • Do your duty... go out and vote

        The time has almost arrived.

        The last signs have been posted. The commercials and advertisements are coming to an end.

        The time has come to quite complaining and start taking action.

        Election day is on Tuesday, May 18. That’s from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. Plenty of time to cast a ballot.

        In Bullitt County, there are many important races on the ballot. In fact, every race is important.

  • Time growing short until May primary election

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - To think that a major, countywide primary election is less than four weeks away, it is sure quiet.

        Yes, there are lots of signs placed on top of signs.

        But the chatter is pretty quiet and the days are counting down.

        Here’s a rundown on some of the upcoming activities, most of which are open to the public:

        *Thursday, April 22 - The Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce will host its second luncheon with the candidates.

  • The world will be watching Kindra

        When contestants in the Miss USA pageant walks across the stage, Bullitt County will have a representative.

        Kindra Clark, a Bullitt East graduate and resident of Mount Washington, will be representing Kentucky in quest of earning the title of Miss USA.

        No matter where she places in the pageant, Clark is a winner. The 2009 Miss Bullitt County Fair queen has been busy attending various functions and representing her county and state very well.

  • Best efforts still can't get state budget approved

        “Mr. Speaker, I would move you sir that ...we adjourn sine die, until the first Tuesday following the first Monday of the Year of Our Lord 2011, unless called into extraordinary session by the Governor of the Commonwealth.”

        FRANKFORT - Sine die is Latin. It means ‘without a day.’ In session-speak, it means the end.

  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • COYLE'S CORNER