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Letters

  • LETTER: EDA editorial was ‘out of left field’

    The May 25 editorial was out of left field and a subtle hit job. It reminds me of a politician sitting on a fence. It is no wonder, the individuals didn’t put their names on it. No doubt, Shannon Brock was a driving force in it.

  • LETTER: Thanks, Randy!

    For those of you who don’t know, Randy Wise is retiring as the director of Spencer County Parks and Recreation on June 10. He has supported youth sports in our community for years and has given his time and devotion to the kids of Spencer County.
    My family, like many others in the community, has grown up with Randy and considers him part of the family. I hope the “powers that be” realize this is a very important job in Spencer County and hire someone as passionate. Youth sports are a very important part of this community.

  • LETTER: Thanks for supporting Crusade for Children

    On behalf of the Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District, I would like to thank the community for their support of the WHAS Crusade for Children.  Thanks to your efforts, our community raised $15,000.
    Once again, thanks!
    Nathan B. Nation, Chief
    Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire District
     

  • LETTER: Senior class says thank you

    The class of 2011, teachers, staff and administration would like to thank all who contributed to the senior project this year.
    We had a total of 169 mentors throughout the year that offered our students opportunities such as: assisting in delivering babies, sitting in on surgeries of animals and humans, gathering evidence from corpses, andassisting with reporting on fashion on Millionaire’s Row at the Kentucky Derby.
    Over the entire day of exit interviews we had a total of 49 volunteers interviewing seniors.

  • LETTER: Summer roadside clean-up scheduled

    We are seeing the winding down of a weird spring – cool and wet during the first part, now in the first weeks of June, hot and dryer.
    We don’t know what the next few weeks hold for us weather-wise, but we will have our summer roadside clean-up the last week of June through the first week of July.
    We encourage all non-profit groups in the county to join the effort as we strive to keep our county and roadways presentable.

  • LETTER: Questions for the fiscal court about the EDA

    The recent coverage concerning the funding of the Taylorsville-Spencer County Economic Development Authority has left me very concerned and confused. I am very concerned because I feel we certainly need an entity whose primary purpose is to help attract and retain businesses in Taylorsville and Spencer County. I am confused because of the various reasons given and the methods that are being used to justify ending funding for EDA by the county.

  • LETTER: Expect ‘goodies,’ no voting at Shelby Energy meeting

    In June, Shelby Energy Cooperative will hold its yearly membership outing. We hope all those in attendance will enjoy the music and “goodies,” but don’t expect to participate in any voting on directors or the like because in this so-called democratic organization the nomination and selection of directors is reserved for management and board members. (See article 4 of the bylaws.) The nominating committee appointed by the board chairman does not even give the district served or the address of each member of the nominating committee.

  • LETTER: A gourd show thank you

    The Kentucky Gourd Society would like to say thank you for the support of the Kentucky Gourd Art Show held in May.
    Although the KGS Board has many chairpersons who work tireless months before, it takes the support of others outside that board. The Main Street Committee, works to make sure that Main Street is in its best “gourd attire”; it does not go unnoticed by our visitors. They were very impressed by our town.

  • LETTER: May is Foster Care Awareness Month

    It’s that time of the year when gardeners are outside planting, weeding and doing the hard work to grow the produce and flowers they will enjoy the rest of the year. It takes a lot of nurturing and care to have a successful garden, but any amount of abuse and neglect can bring ruin.

  • LETTER: Basking in ‘sunlight’

    Tom Snider was the son of Dr. T.J. Snider. He went to a “one room, two room” country school. He came to Taylorsville High School for four years.
    When he graduated, he told Bob Green, the FFA teacher, “I have learned more in your class than in my 12 years of schooling.”
    Twenty years passed. The door bell rang.
    It was Bob Green, Sidney Wyatt and Hubert Hume to see Tom. They came to bask in Bob Green’s “sunlight.”
    It stayed with him all of his life.
    Nellie Snider
    Taylorsville