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Letters

  • Make budgets cut fair

    While I was at the Fiscal Court meeting on Tuesday, October 16th, the budget committee that had been appointed by County Judge John Logan Brent discussed options on how the county was going to make the appropriate cuts for the county. We realize that this is a very difficult job for a committee, and especially making decisions that are fair for all. Budget cuts  were made to EMS, parks and recreations and the Sheriff’s budgets. We realize that the budget committee went after the biggest cuts first. I am all for budget cuts and Henry County should have done this years ago.

  • Will Eminence City Council take action?

  • Vote for Armstrong

    Hello, my name is E. Lee Ann Armstrong and I am seeking my third term in office for the city council in Eminence. My family and I have lived here for many years: my husband grew up here and graduated from Eminence school as well as three of my sons.

  • Endorsement for Massie

    Thomas Massie: The man for the job

    When they find themselves in Washington among 434 other lawmakers looking to be heard, members of Congress either emerge as leaders who remain true to the people for their districts and who others follow, or they end up as run-of-the-mill politicians who simply go along to get along.

  • Letter of withdrawal

    My name is Howard Roberts and I am a candidate for the Pleasureville City Commission. At this time, I am, regrettably, withdrawing from the upcoming election. I wish to thank all the people who supported me, and explain the reason for my withdrawal.

    A question was raised about my eligibility to run for the city commission. It was argued that I had not lived in the city long enough. The law says that a candidate must live in the city limits one-year prior to the election date.

  • Cook's cares

    Let me add to the comments regarding the proposed CVS Pharmacy for Eminence and the impact on Cook’s  long’ time establishment in Henry County.  A small bit of information amid volumes of rhetoric written in the past few months.  Not to even express an opinion as to the validity of a new business in Henry County, but to inform the public as to the character of the existing one.

  • Jon Park for Eminence City Council Endorsement

    Eminence is blessed with many good citizens wanting to get involved in their local politics; Citizens wanting involvement representing and implementing a positive direction for their City. Eminence voters are fortunate to have multiple choices as to who represents their city and concerns. They are especially fortunate to have Jon Park as a choice for Eminence City Council.

  • Ride For Roadie Poker Run/Benefit

    I would like to take this time to thank the following people.

    Eric Goodrich & Karen Phillip’s for getting the Poker Run together and having an awesome ride.  To all the riders that came out and supported me, Connie Scriber for letting us have the event at Scriber’s Station & all his workers.  To all the people that came to the benefit after the Poker Run.  To Affordable Signs for doing all of our shirts in such a short notice! To Connie Singleton for putting the event together.

  • Here’s what we expect from Courtney Baxter

    In the Sept. 27 edition of the Oldham Era, a candidate for Commonwealth Attorney ran an ad regarding local attorneys’ support of Courtney Baxter for Commonwealth Attorney. The candidate asks, in his ad, “What do they expect to receive in return?” As past-president and 30-year member of the local bar association, the former head of the Public Defenders Office, contributing member of the committee that wrote the local rules for civil and criminal practice, and Courtney Baxter support, I can answer that question.

    We expect:

  • Customers very pleased with Cook’s

    Dear Sirs:
    This is in response to a letter to the editor on Sept. 26.
    Having been in small business all my working life I have a special affection for it.
    We have found Cook’s store to be the epitome of small business. Cook’s employees have always been courteous and caring — something very special in this fast paced world.