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Today's Opinions

  • LETTER: Dangerous intersection

    Robin Bass got it right in an editorial several weeks back about the need for a traffic light at the intersection of KY 55(155) and KY 1169. 

    The story on the latest pile-up contained only one shocking item – nobody has requested that the state cough up $80,000 to save lives and install the light!

    Several official groups should be raising Cain and a few other dead people over this:

  • LETTER: Thank you from the Gourd Society

    On behalf of the Kentucky Gourd Society, we would like to say “Thank  You” for all the support that everyone gives the Kentucky Gourd Art  Show.

    Main Street was inviting and friendly looking for our visitors as they made their journey through town to the show.

    They always speak of the hospitality they feel as they  visit  Spencer County. What a great thing to hear about your hometown!

    To everyone that played a part in the festivities that  weekend, kudos to you. Keep up the gourd work.

  • LETTER: Wonderful service

    I’m sure I speak for the hundreds and hundreds of people in Spencer County that utilize the services that the Elk Creek Animal Hospital provides.

  • LETTER: Crusade for children

    On behalf of the Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Protection District, I would like to thank everyone that supported this year’s WHAS Crusade for Children.  Special thanks to Assistant Chief Richard Morris for overseeing our crusade efforts this year and also TSCFD Explorer Post 981 for all of their hard work.  Each firefighter took time out of their busy schedule to give to this worth while cause.

    Our community once again showed its support for special needs children by donating $27,657.76.  Thank You!

    Nathan B. Nation

  • LETTER: High cost of special session
  • LETTER: A sarcastic thank you

    This is a note of heart-felt gratitude to those responsible for our county being wet (Bear with me, I’m trying to look at this in a positive way). 

    I am glad to see some progress in our little county in the last seven months since you voted in alcohol sales.  I have noticed that you were right … new businesses have moved here. 

  • MATTER OF OPINION: Memorial memories past

    After the long, bitter, cold winter we experienced in Kentucky, I have found comfort – for once in my life – with the arrival of 90 degree weather. With it came the  arrival of Memorial Day – generally recognized as the beginning of summer.

  • LETTER: Please continue to give to Crusade

    I appeal to all Spencer Countians, please do not let any events of the past year affect your giving to our Crusade for Children.

    Our fire departments fear some backlash, but will be out there giving it their effort. Please join their effort with a donation to this wonderful cause. Don’t wait to be called on. Send them a check or deliver them a donation and try to make their effort a little easier.

    Remember, this is still one of the premier charitable efforts in all of these United States and it needs you to stay that way.