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Today's Opinions

  • LETTER: Our community must be progressive

    Over the years, one of the worst things I’ve had to do was to lay off an employee. I have had to do that four different times and I very well know what a low and devastating feeling it is as an employee and as an employer.

    As an employer, it was my responsibility to find and provide the work and I was not able to do that. I let a lot of people down, including myself.

    I believe that every willing and able person in this country has the right and the responsibility and should have an opportunity to have work or a job.

  • LETTER: Doesn’t see need for wet vote
  • LETTER: Parents invited to PTA meeting at TES

    On behalf of the Title I office, I would like to invite parents to join us during the PTA meeting on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the TES media center to review the Parent Involvement Policy. Please RSVP to DeVona Hickerson, Title I Coordinator to let her know if you plan to attend at 502-477-6585. Thank you.

    Devona Hickerson

    Taylorsville

     

  • LETTER: Thanks to Sheriff’s Dept. and EMS

    Brownie Troop 1885 would like to thank the sheriff’s department and EMS for letting us come and showing us how they protect us and help us when we are hurt.

    Emily Sibert, Karlie Acker, Pandora Booth, Madison Goodlet, Elisabeth Huckleberry, Isabella Goodlett, Kaylee Waldridge, Hannah Greadry and Kelsey Lear

    of Brownie Troop 1885, Taylorsville

     

  • LETTER: Thanks to Sheriff’s Dept. and EMS

    Brownie Troop 1885 would like to thank the sheriff’s department and EMS for letting us come and showing us how they protect us and help us when we are hurt.

    Emily Sibert, Karlie Acker, Pandora Booth, Madison Goodlet, Elisabeth Huckleberry, Isabella Goodlett, Kaylee Waldridge, Hannah Greadry and Kelsey Lear

    of Brownie Troop 1885, Taylorsville

     

  • LETTER:Spare families from the heartbreak of alcohol

    I am a mother with a broken heart. My only child (a son), whom I adored, became a victim of alcohol abuse at the age of 36 when he took his own life.

    Bryan was a bright, intelligent boy, was a talented artist, his heart was filled with love and compassion and he had a wonderful sense of humor. Bryan was raised in church, he made a profession of faith at the age of seven and he attended the church’s Awana club where he achieved earning a Timothy trophy. What a bright, wonderful future this miracle from God had before him.

  • LETTER: Retired cop defends alcohol, praises EDA
  • LETTER: Animal removal service benefits us all

    On behalf of Spencer County Farm Bureau and its membership, we would like to commend Judge Executive David Jenkins and Fiscal Court for appropriating the necessary funds to keep our dead livestock program going. We recognize and appreciate the fact that with all bodies of government strapped fiscally; this was no easy are task.