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Today's Opinions

  • Honoring Joseph Greenwell

     Master Chief Joseph Robert Greenwell, Jr. graduated from Bullitt Central High School, Shepherdsville, Kentucky in June of 1976. After trying to major in Mathematics at University of Kentucky and working as an Ironworker prior to enlisting in the United States Navy on 16 August 1981 under the delayed entry program and entered Recruit training at RTC Great Lakes, Illinois on 11 January 1982.

  • Vote for Flaherty

     Rob Flaherty is on the ballot for the Shepherdsville City Council in the May 2012 election. Our community will be well served if we elect him to the Council. He will serve with great effectiveness and distinction.

  • Relay for Life truly event for entire county

     Don’t have anything to do on Friday evening? Come out to North Bullitt High School from 7 p.m. Friday until 7 a.m. on Saturday for the annual American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

  • Special week for graduating seniors in Bullitt County

     It is a special weekend for graduating seniors from Bullitt County high schools.

  • Be sure to get out and vote on Tuesday

     Although the ballot may appear to be small on Tuesday, it is your duty to get out to the polls and vote.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 05/16/12

     This week Paul Coyle reminds Bullitt County to be prepared and vote in the upcoming primary election on Tuesday, May 22.

  • Foster Care Month

     May is Foster Care Awareness Month. Many thing know of foster care, but few really understand how the system works, the role of the foster parents and most importantly, the experience of the children and youth in care.

  • Do the best you can

     Arguments, fights, worries, and just the little things that we think are a big deal and important. We all do these things on a daily basis, but why do we?

    I couldn’t answer that question a year ago, but now I can. I was very sick and needed a lung transplant to live. One year ago I got the cal that there were lungs waiting for me.  My recovery was slow, but now I’m doing fine and been given a second chance at life. So today I can answer that question.