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Today's Opinions

  • LETTER: Join in the JDRF walk this Saturday

    Hi my name is Amanda Martin and I have had Type 1 Juvenile Diabetes since I was 11 years old. Today I am 14 and a freshman in high school.

    I would like to invite you to attend the JDRF (juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s) walk for a cure Saturday, September 13th  at Bowman Field/Seneca Park. The registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walk begins at 10 a.m.

    My family and I will be walking and would love to see you there.

  • LETTER: Great job Magnet staff

    Most of the time when I write a letter to the editor, it’s really kind of directed to the readers. This letter is actually to our esteemed editor, Robin Bass. I want to give credit where credit is due, so, Robin, make sure you publish this so that everyone gives you the credit you so richly deserve.

    Robin, I really wanted you to know that I think you and your staff are doing an outstanding job with each and every newspaper that you publish.

  • LETTER: Drivers need to slow down

    I live on Main Cross, the street that runs from Garrard Street through Main Street in downtown Taylorsville. I want to take this opportunity to express my distress about our local neighborhood streets concerning the safety of not only our children, but the public in general.

  • LETTER: Tax dollars are a terrible thing to waste

    After reading the last two issues of the Spencer Magnet in regards to the school board spending valuable taxpayer dollars on meaningless political arguments, I was infuriated and felt the need to express my strong opinion.

  • From the front lines of the Republican National Convention

    Editor’s note: As Republican Party alternative delegates Steve and Lynn Hesselbrock had the opportunity to view the presidential electoral process first hand. We asked them to report back to the Spencer Magnet about their experiences.

  • LETTER: Thanks for help during concrete truck accident

    Our family is sending out this thank you to all of you wonderful people out there who have showed your love, gave support, who have prayed and continure to do so for Timmy Stevens Sr. and his family during this time of need since the concrete truck wreck that happened August 18.

    We greatly appreciate the young man who was first and last on the scene. Your quick action of calling for help and for calling American Concrete will never be forgotten.

  • LETTER: Trails group leader responds to Magnet story

    This letter is in response to the article involving Spencer County Fairgrounds property and the Kentucky Quarter Horse Association AQHA Charity Ride at Rolling Hills Campground. We would like to express our sincere apologies to Mr. Tinsley and anyone else who may have inadvertently been infringed upon. We were not aware Mr. Tinsley had a verbal agreement to lease some of the county farm where the Fairgrounds are located. We thought the fairgrounds included all the county farm property.

  • LETTER: Appealing decision would be money wrongly spent

    I felt compelled to write in support of Sandy Clevenger and her undying efforts to have our school district in alignment with the law.

    I blogged the article in last week’s paper, but wondered how many people have access the internet.