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Today's Opinions

  • It happened in May...

     Compiled by Charles Hartley

    In this column we will look back 15, 30, 60, and 90 years to capture glimpses of what was happening in Bullitt County in each of these years. Today we will focus on the month of May.

    1998 - 15 Years Ago.

    Forest Ranger Sammy Allen, an ‘81 Bullitt Central graduate, was honored with an “outstanding employee award” by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet after his first year on the job.

  • Thanks for support

     Hats off to the people of Bullitt County for their support of the Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education’s (BCFEPE) third annual fundraiser held Friday, April 26.

  • Graduation is time to enjoy day, look to future

     The day is quickly approaching. For over 900 young adults, graduation ceremonies will be held on Saturday at Broadbent Arena.

  • Beware of Memorial Day Scams Aimed at Military Personnel

     Memorial Day is a time to honor those who serve and remember those who have died in war. But sadly, it has also become a key opportunity for scammers to target those who are serving or have served their nation, especially elderly veterans.

    As Memorial Day approaches, the Better Business Bureau urges consumers and donors to be aware of scammers that feed off the military.

  • Sidewalk beautification a step

     It may not be the perfect situation; however, the efforts being made in Mount Washington to install decorative sidewalks through its downtown district should be commended.

  • Decisions get tougher for school board

     As the Bullitt County School Board considers its budget for the next fiscal year, the choices are getting tougher and tougher.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 05/22/13

     This week Paul Coyle remembers the brave men and women who fought for our freedom on this Memorial Day.

  • BBB Tips on Giving after a Disaster

       The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be cautious of scam artists who prey upon people in need and those who want to help them. “Scam artists come out of the woodwork after a disaster strikes,” says Reanna Smith-Hamblin, Vice President of the BBB serving Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Western Kentucky, “and they are willing to do anything to take your money.”

    Here are some tips on how to protect yourself when disaster strikes: