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Today's Opinions

  • Senate Majority has top five session priorities

     Best regards to you and your family for the New Year. The holidays are behind us now, and we strive to get back into our daily routines. 

    I hope you got through the arctic weather safe and without any damage, though many had to deal with pipes bursting and power outages.

    School is back in session and the work of the year in full swing.

    January 7 convened the 2014 General Assembly, a 60-day legislative session creating the next two year budget for Kentucky. 

  • Don’t forget to let kids be kids as they do their schoolwork

     I had the opportunity to photograph the district’s science fair recently and I would like to share with you some of my findings.

    Now it’s been about 10 years or so since I’ve been to one, but when did when did the projects get so complicated and involved?

    I entered the science fair twice when I was in school.

    The first project I did was about trees and the second about the solar system. Someone almost always did a volcano.

    But there were no volcanoes in sight at this fair.

  • Put gaming on ballot to let us decide on issue

     Our legislators are now in Frankfort. We  trust that they are there to help the constituents.

    We fear that since it is time to put a biennium budget together, it might be more gridlock than progress.

    Before that is decided, however, it might be the race to see what Constitutional amendments are placed on the ballot for consideration in the fall.

    Only two such measures can be on the ballot but several have already been mentioned in the first couple of weeks.

  • Bill filed to allow you to decide on felon voting rights

    FRANKFORT, Ky. (January 17, 2014) – The first full week of the 2014 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly is in the book, and while we await the start of debate and discussion on the top issue facing us, drafting a new budget, several bills began being heard in committees.

  • Shepherdsville Operation Santa

     Shepherdsville Operation Santa had another successful year and served over 150 families in Shepherdsville and Bullitt County. I would like to thank the people who helped make this year a success.

  • Lincoln Trail thanks MUW

     As we enter a new year and reflect upon the successes of 2013, I want to take this opportunity to thank and recognize the very generous supporters of Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System and United Way of Central Kentucky.

  • Thanks from AARP

     Mount Washington AARP just celebrated its greatest year of community service with donations to charities that help seniors, veterans, children, and those in need. Members from Fern Creek, Taylorsville, Shepherdsville, and Okolona met with us and multiplied our effect with thousands of volunteer hours spent collecting goods and cash. Businesses all over north Bullitt County Jefferson County provided gifts to help with fundraising.

  • Thanks PBI, community

     Through the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, many people offer generous hearts to help those that are less fortunate. It’s a time to bless others and a time to reflect on just how blessed we all are.

    This year A New Hope Pregnancy Resource Center was blessed to receive donations collected by PBI Bank located at 340 S. Buckman St. in Shepherdsville and their patrons. We received a cash donation along with a diaper bag, baby clothing, diapers and several other infant necessities.