Today's Opinions

  • Answer to the taxpayers

     With the election season just around the corner, I was giving some thought to whom I will cast my vote for. Although, maybe not as important as the presidential race, the school board came to mind.

  • Vote for Keith

     Paulita will work with you and she is not against the handicapped. I ask her opponent for help concerning a lie one of his employee’s told in a affidavit to the Department of Drivers License in Frankfort. He told me he would not help me. If you have a friend or loved one who is handicapped, I ask you for your vote for Paulita Keith. She will work for and with you.

    Dan Dickerson

  • BBB Urges Consumers To Give Wisely In Aftermath Of Hurricane Sandy

     Even as rescue workers rush to the Atlantic Coast to assist victims of Hurricane Sandy, Samaritans around the world are looking for ways to help victims of the storm.

  • BCPS truly moves in right direction

     The motto of Bullitt County Public Schools is “Moving Forward.”  It represents that to which we aspire; no matter how much we have improved over the past few years, or how much we will improve over the next few, we will not ever be satisfied.  

  • Here’s some ‘movies’ made for Halloween horrors

     It’s Halloween, the only day of the year that people around you are scary on purpose.

  • COYLE'S CORNER 10/31/12

     This week Paul Coyle focuses on the most important current issue for all Bullitt Countians: Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6.

  • Watch out for little goblins

     FRANKFORT – Halloween. It’s time for candy, costumes and trick-or-treating! With many festivities kicking off this weekend, Kentucky State Police wants to make sure parents review safety tips with their little ‘goblins’.

    Sgt. Rick Saint-Blancard, Spokesperson for KSP, says the agency wants the children to have a fun but safe trick or treating experience.

  • Motorists beware as heavy season for deer population

     FRANKFORT – Autumn is in full swing in Kentucky decorating its landscape and roadways with vibrant, colorful foliage.  

    These Fall colors serve to remind drivers that they will see an increased movement of deer throughout the Commonwealth. 

    In addition, deer season begins Nov. 10th and motorists are more likely to encounter these animals on or near roadways.

    Spokesperson for KSP, Sgt. Rick Saint-Blancard says motorists need to take extra precautions when driving during fall months.