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Today's Opinions

  • Exercise your rights

     Election time! Exercise your right to vote! Vote for the candidate of your choice How many of us did not get to vote for the candidate of our choice in the Primary held on May 20? We were limited in our choice of candidates due to how we were registered to vote. Some were not allowed to vote at all because there were no independent candidates in the running. Is there anyone out there who thinks this is unfair?

  • Thanks from Scottish Rite

     For the past several years the Bullitt County Scottish-Rite Club has sponsored a Motor Rally/Fun Run. Motorcycles, Sand Bugs and Custom Cars of all kind, show up from through-out the state to have a fun day and contributed to a very worthy cause, “Challenged Needs Students of Bullitt County Schools.”

  • Thanks to the people

     I want to THANK all the people of Shepherdsville that let me put a sign in your yard, those that made a contribution to my campaign and those that voted for me as Mayor of Shepherdsville. Your support means a lot to me.

    I hope you continue to support me in November in the general election! I want to work for you the people that pay to keep our city moving forward.

    Again, thank you. “Gotta Have Faith”

    Faith Portman

  • Getting the facts straight

     In a recent ad in The Pioneer News, paid for by Jimmy Smothers, I was accused of receiving $150,000 from the City of Shepherdsville in return for a $500 piece of property.

    A few months ago, The Pioneer News also ran an article, quoting city council member Dana James and city attorney Joe Wantland, stating I had received $150,000 for a $500 easement. All of these claims are untrue. I challenge anyone to produce a canceled check proving otherwise.

  • Thanks from Roby

     We would like to thank the following for their support to the Roby Elementary PTA Spring Auction:

  • Thanks from Belcher

      THANK YOU to all of the people of Bullitt County who let me put a sign in your yard, who helped me pas out literature, and who voted for me a your State Representative District 49. Your support means so much to me!

  • Special First Pitch from Mama Eagle

     Margie Reece throws out the first pitch at the regional baseball game between North Bullitt and DeSales.

    Reece is retiring as assistant principal at the school and will become the new principal at St. Anthanasius School in Jefferson County.

    She was a major supporter of the sports teams at NB.


  • Cornell has had amazing 101 years of life

     I had the pleasure of sitting with Hilden Cornell recently. Some of you who have been around Bullitt County for a long time might remember her. She taught for almost 30 years at Pleasant Grove Elementary, Waterford Elementary, Saint Aloysius School and ended at Brooks Elementary.

    On May 9 she turned 101 years old.

    I was truly inspired by this woman’s example. Even after having lost the majority of her eyesight about 10 years now she still goes on living her life. And is so optimistic.