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Letters

  • Kentucky State Police-Post 5, Campbellsburg celebrates National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, April 10-16

    National Public Safety Telecommunications Week was established by the United States Congress in 1991 to recognize the dedicated professionals who link the public to emergency services.  Kentucky State Police is joining the efforts to celebrate the more than 200,000 telecommunicators throughout the United States.

  • Good job Jimmy!


    Jimmy Simpson’s explanation in last week’s Local about saving money on the Henry County Water project was refreshing to read, especially in these times when no one seems to care how much money they spend, or whose money it is they are spending. Good job Jimmy! Now if I could just convince you to become a Wildcat fan!

    Beverly Malin
    Campbellsburg

  • YoCo: Thanks to school districts

  • Tornado victims express thanks


    On Feb. 28, 2011, our home was destroyed by the tornado in Eminence, Ky.  We are so grateful to be a part of such a supportive and generous community.  There are not enough words to express our heartfelt gratitude.  Thank you so much.  Your kindness will never be forgotten.

    Gregg, Marsha and Tommy Williams

  • Humane Society of Oldham County provides low cost spay/neuter

    I would like to take this opportunity to compliment Ms. Phyllis McLaughlin on her insightful understanding of the animal control problems facing Henry and Trimble County.  Her perspective titled “Irresponsibility at heart of animal control,” published February 16, 2011, precisely states the core problem.

  • CSBG funding is critical

    President Obama is faced with a budget that is spiraling out of control and we all agree that spending has to be cut. But where and whom do we hurt in the process? The President’s recent State of the Union address specifically targeted the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) as a program for which he would cut funding by 50%. Few people know what CSBG is and how it impacts their community.

  • Sticker shock with electric bill

    As I opened my Shelby Energy bill for the month of January I nearly hit the floor. I had anticipated somewhat of an increase due to the new digital meters that were installed to provide us with better service.

  • Thanks for help in difficult time

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for all the support you have given us since Austin became ill.  There is not room in this letter to name everyone who has touched our lives these past few months, but you all know who you are. To those who worked so hard on the two benefits we are eternally grateful. To all the businesses that donated items for the benefits we Thank You so much. To everyone who has called, sent a card, brought food, visited, came to the benefits, or just said a prayer for Austin, we will never forget your thoughtfulness.

  • Regulatory reform will open the door to job creation

    At a time when our economy is struggling to recover, Congress has the responsibility to do everything in its power to reduce the costs added by government to doing business and thereby encourage the investment that will lead to economic growth and more American jobs. 

  • If KHS cared, they would help

    I read the piece on the Kentucky Humane Society pulling out on us. Why don’t you do some real investigating and learn the real reason? It is because they are all about making money not animal welfare.

    They don’t want us to shoot dogs (25-cents per bullet), they put dangerous dogs down too, but don’t want the blood on their hands.
    If they really cared about animals they would help us. They make a ton of money with their pet hotels so that is there new “mission?”