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Letters

  • Thanks to help with Nativity Scene

    The Bethlehem Living Nativity Committee would like to thank everyone who had a part in any way, in making this year’s portrayal of the birth of Jesus Christ another success. Many braved the cold and snowy weather to come stand, listen to the music and reflect on the real meaning of Christmas. This is a true testament to the faith you all have. May God bless you all.

    Bethlehem Living Nativity Committee

  • HCIT a success

    First of all, thank you to our parents who worked numerous hours, brought food for our hospitality room and did what was necessary for our tournament to run smoothly.

  • Wow

    On Nov. 4, 2010, I was at home and became really sick and had to call Henry County EMS to transport me to the VA hospital where I was admitted to the hospital for about five days. After getting out of the hospital and being home a couple of weeks, I received a bill from Henry County EMS for $1,391. I was so surprised by the amount of this bill that my heart skipped a beat and I thought I was going to have to go back to the hospital.

  • Thanks for help with Christmas in New Castle

  • No interruption in Home Health service

  • Magistrate responds to criticism

    In response to Mr. Jon Parks’ letter to the editor in last week’s paper (“Get your own house in order, first,” Dec. 8), I think it is first important to note who Jon Parks is and why he would write such a letter.

  • Get your own house in order, first

    After reading the lead story in the Nov. 24 issue of the Henry County Local, regarding the Henry County Fiscal Court meeting, I am reminded of that old idiom about putting your own house in order before you start giving out advice.

    Judge Executive John Logan Brent, and Magistrate Nick Hawkins pushed a motion to require Henry County fire departments to submit annual budgets and submit to annual audits or risk losing their county collected funds.

  • Hats off to art event organizers

  • Donations needed for Sunrise Children’s Services

    Christmas is a time for joy, but for hundreds of Kentucky children who are victims of abuse and neglect, Christmas joy depends on the generosity of people like you.

    Sunrise Children’s Services provides care for over 500 of these children across Kentucky and we need your help in making their Christmas a little brighter this year. Your donation can help provide children and teens with a few simple toys, needed clothes, and other presents that they’ll get to open on Christmas morning.