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Today's Opinions

  • LETTER: Pulling for McCain

    When I vote next month, I’ll be pulling the lever for John McCain in the presidential race. I’m not completely sold that he’s the bastion of conservatism that I believe our nation is in dire need of, but my vote will be more of a tool of opposition against two forces that have combined to create a very real danger to the very heart of America.

  • LETTER: Good time had by all at pig roast

    The Spencer County Republican Party recenty held its annual Pig Roast and “a good time was had by all.”

    This year, we chose the Spencer County Fairgrounds for the location. This choice certainly added to the success of the event! Everyone who attended agreed that the fairgrounds was a perfect venue and made for easy preparation and access.

    On the day of our event the Kentucky Quarter Horse Association was also utilizing the fairgrounds for their trail ride.

  • LETTER: Thank you for a successful festival
  • LETTER: CASA asks for support
  • LETTER: Thankful for water

    We have waited several years for water on Akins Road. July 2008 was the magic time. All papers filed, signed and the digging began. We were so thankful.

    There was one of our city commissioners that checked, called, came and stayed very involved: Lynda Huckleberry. She was not to gain politically as we do not vote for city commissioners. Ms. Lynda was “just doing her job.”

    If I could vote, needless to say, yes, Ms. Lynda, you would have our vote on Akens Road.

    We wish to express our gratitude to the one who cares about Spencer County.

  • LETTER: Don’t turn country over to Republicans
  • Fall Litter Abatement Drawing Near

     

    Even though our visitors to the county may have been careful with their disposable items, the recent mowing of the roads in the county show we still have a long way to go in conquering general litter.

  • LETTER: Correction to list of contributors

    I apologize on behalf of myself and Guard Duty, Inc. for the mistake made in last week’s edition thanking our sponsors and contributors of this year’s Veterans Celebration, November 8.

    My apology is offered to Jessica and Michael Nation of Home Store Florist and Gifts. I mistakenly referred to them as Home Town Florists. Guard Duty appreciates their support by their donation for the day’s events.

     

    DJ Fee, Founder of Guard Duty, Inc.

    Taylorsville