Today's Opinions

  • COYLE'S CORNER 01/26/11

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at the City of Shepherdsville's ongoing search for more funds.

  • BBB Warns: Beware of Super Bowl Ticket Scams

     BBB is warning football fans to be wary of Super Bowl ticket scams. If you're determined to cheer your team on at the Super Bowl in Arlington, Texas on February 6th, don’t just buy tickets. Do your homework first! If you don’t know the seller, you risk falling victim to ticket fraud – and you could end up with no tickets at all!

    Here are some tips from the BBB:

  • Thanks for holiday help

     While the decorations have been put up for another year and the holiday season fades into memory, we at Sunrise Children’s Services would like to take a moment to thank those who made this a wonderful Christmas for the children in our care.

  • Making work safer place still top priority in Kentucky

      FRANKFORT – While it has been anything but easy for our businesses during the last several years, they can point with pride to one thing: Their safety record is arguably the best it has ever been.

    In 2009 – the latest year on record – workplace fatalities nationwide were at their lowest since records were first kept in 1992, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and there were nine percent fewer injuries on the job than there had been just the year before.

  • First year has been filled with surprises, fun

     It was a little over a year ago that an aspiring reporter graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in journalism. 

  • COYLE'S CORNER 01/19/11

     This week Paul Coyle takes a look at the Shepherdsville City Council's attempts to generate more revenue.

  • Cell phone success

  • Thanks from Clermont

        With the kindness and generosity of individuals, the Clermont Post Office was able to help 20 children have a brighter Christmas.
        Thank you to Tony Cunningham of Cox’s Creek, “Ladies Night” at Clermont Baptist Church, Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, several employees of the Jim Beam Distillery, and everyone else who helped with the project.
    Sandy Perkins,