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Letters

  • Letters to the Editor Oct. 8

     Another choice

    We have three banks, two fast food outlets, three gas stations, two liquor stores, two dollar stores, two pizza stores and one grocery store. I would like [to point out to] the city council and mayor, after all these years of talking about economic growth, we still only have one choice of where to buy our groceries! We need “another choice.”

  • Letters to the Editor Oct. 1

     Ag Tag Money and Blue Corduroy

    There are masses of memories in Henry County that come from citizens’ time in the FFA. Many of those memories date back to one point…the first time you ever zip up the iconic blue corduroy jacket. 

  • Deputy’s salary questioned

     I would like to let the people of Henry County know about a recent change that has been made at the Henry County Sheriff’s office. 

    It appears that Sheriff Danny Cravens has changed his son’s hourly pay scale as a part-time deputy sheriff from $12.98 per hour to $25.31 per hour. No other employee at the Henry County Sheriff’s office received a pay increase when Deputy Cravens was changed.  

  • Letter to the Editor

    We are pleased to announce that on June 14th, the New Castle Patriotic Festival will once again be honoring World War II Veterans for their service during WWII. This year, those WWII Veterans participating in the festival will serve as Grand Marshals during the parade being held at 11 a.m. Following the parade, presentations will be made on the courthouse square to these American heroes of the greatest generation.

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    Supporting Brent

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    Christmas in August poker run a success

     

  • Reader questions timing of project

     

    It’s amazing how things get done when it’s time to get re-elected. For years, a ballfield has sat empty, with just a backstop in place.

    It seemed to me that nobody cared whether or not it got any use for the kids in this county.

  • Letter to the Editor

    EMT students graduate

    It’s graduation time for local students who have successfully completed the EMT program sponsored by Stars of Life Qualification Services, LLC. Five local students and seven LG&E Trimble County plant students will graduate Saturday, July 26, 2014, as they perform the final skills testing abilities beginning at 8 a.m. at the Campbellsburg Fire Department Station Three in Pendleton.

    Graduation will follow the testing.

  • Letters to the Editor

    Thief on the loose in Eminence

    We had rented a house on 578 Sulphur Avenue in Eminence. We were in the process of taking the old fence down around the house and putting a new wooden fence up.

    We had laid the old metal gate to the fence in our yard to wake up the next morning, to find somebody had come into our yard and stole the gate with the post attached.

    If somebody needed it that bad, all they had to do was ask!

    I do not steal and don’t like or appreciate people who do!

  • Letter to the Editor

    President’s orders don’t sit well

    A recent Letter to the Editor extolled the virtues of an unproven Democratic Party Senatorial candidate, while bashing her opponent.

    At this point I believe it is important to state I am a registered Democrat, union member, and former union lobbyist. Union lobbyists and Republicans don’t normally agree on anything, so why would I take issue with a letter bashing Republicans and elevating Democrats?