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Today's Opinions

  • Meatless Solutions

     It’s time for New Year’s resolutions, particularly those about our health.

    Although gun violence remains the leading cause of death among young people, our most dangerous weapon is still our fork. Forty-five times as many die of chronic diseases linked to a diet containing animal products, sugar and salt.

    Hardly a month goes by without another study linking consumption of animal products with obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, stroke and certain cancers. No reputable study has ever shown an opposite result.

  • Mayor says thanks

     To all the wonderful people whom I have had the opportunity to work with over the past 12 years -- thank you.

    We have worked together, argued together, shared our problems and hopes together and established ourselves as a team -- not always in agreement but always together.

  • Children in Flight

     Children in Flight Justin Brandon Mahaffey Golf Outing was a huge success in raising money for education. The golf outing was held on Oct.11 and Children in Flight would like to thank Tanglewood Golf Course, our sponsors, players and donors. We had a great outing this year.

    Thanks to the following for your support: Prewitt & Son Trucking Company for donating golf balls, JoDee Higgins for food donation, Communications Electronic Design for our golf signs.

  • Time arrives to look ahead to next year!!

     The changing of the calendar means new hope.

    It also means new challenges.

    And, in Bullitt County, there will be new people with new hopes facing new challenges.

    The coming year will bring on a new cycle of elected leaders. Some will be experienced veterans. Others will be rookies.

    They will all have dreams and aspirations. And probably a few misconceptions.

    Let’s have a little fun -- in a serious sort of way -- and predict some things that might happen in the next 12 months.

  • TNT Fireworks Encourages Safety, Fun for New Year’s Celebrations

     As families gear up for celebrations surrounding New Year’s Eve 2015, TNT Fireworks – the nation’s largest distributor of consumer fireworks and sparklers – reminds all Americans to keep safety top of mind as they ring in the New Year.

    “As we celebrate 2015 with consumer fireworks and sparklers across America, the following safety tips from the American Pyrotechnics Association will help us safely celebrate the New Year’s holiday,” says Jason Skipper, spokesperson for TNT Fireworks East.

  • Giving gift of prosperity to Kentucky

     FRANKFORT - As the song goes, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.”

    The Christmas season always evokes a spirit of thankfulness and giving, when families come together to celebrate the reason for the season.

    And the New Year’s holiday is often a time to start with a slate clean, hopefulness toward starting something new like giving up smoking or losing weight.

    In this holiday season for the Commonwealth we can be thankful in some ways, but in others we are hoping for a new start.

  • Santa Barr brings a few gifts for local officials

     Like so many things that come just once a year, it is time for ole’ Santa Barr to take over this space.

    Leaving the lyrics and humor to staff writer Stephen Thomas, this year Santa Barr will try to present a few gifts to local officials and leaders. All will be genuine; some will be spiced with a bit of bite.

    To all the newly-elected public officials - an olive branch, a little time reading through the pages of The Pioneer News and a peck of patience.

  • A little lyrical holiday humor for Bullitt County

     Pie-Near News, Pie-Near News, it’s the thing to read!

    We’ve got all the stories that the Bullitt Countians need, hey!

    Pie-Near New, Pie-Near News, we have all that stuff!

    So get a new subscription and be happy, sure enough!

     

    We talk Fiscal Court, and councils we report.

    And no one can forget: Mike Farner does the sports.

    We go to all the schools, see po-lice catching fools