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Letters

  • LETTER: Help Me Help Others thank you

    I want to thank everyone who helped us and hope there is more next year.

  • LETTER: Family says calls were misrepresented

     It is nearly impossible to begin to pinpoint the most outrageous claim or offensive remark in Terry Cruse’s letter. In fact I fully intend to let it mostly speak for itself. I believe Mr. Cruse did a far better job of painting the clearest picture of just exactly what kind of man he is than I could do. I am confident that the people of Hodgenville and LaRue County will read it with as heavy a heart as I did and wonder how in the world we could have ever allowed such a person to get elected to any office, much less the office of mayor of our fair city.

  • LETTER: Common sense question

    I want to thank Mayor Terry Cruse for proving my points about him so eloquently in last week’s letter to the editor. And, with regard to common sense, I certainly would have had more common sense than to telegraph my intention to racially profile and to instruct my chief of police – in the newspaper – to target the Latino population by threatening them with ICE. My feeling is Chief Johnson is much, much smarter than that.

  • LETTER: Christmas programs were successful

     On behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, I would like to thank everyone who helped make the following holiday events a success: Festival of Trees, Christmas Bazaar, Lighting of the Christmas tree and Christmas at Creekfront Park a success. A special thanks to The Lincoln Museum, Hodgenville Woman’s Club and the community.

  • LETTER: City Hall: Decision protected city, estate, interest of family

     Dear Editor:

  • LETTER: Blair family takes on City Hall in wake of mother's death

     Dear Editor:

  • LETTER: In honor of American Education Week

     The National Education Association was one of the creators and original sponsors of American Education Week, Nov. 11-17.

    Distressed that 25 percent of the country's World War I draftees were illiterate and 9 percent were physically unfit, representatives of the NEA and the American Legion met in 1919 to seek ways to generate public support for education.

  • LETTER: KET is committed to education

     Kentucky Educational Television, KET, is committed to education and lifelong learning.

    KET is continuing its rich tradition of bringing trusted, world class digital learning to Kentucky classrooms. In addition, KET provides distance learning courses in physics, German, Latin and soon, Chinese. KET also provides early childhood education resources and training, GED preparation courses and more, serving all ages.

  • LETTER: Thank you, utility workers

     I want to say a big thank you to all the LG&E utility workers for their hard work and long hours getting our gas back on in Magnolia during the outage.

    I appreciate all our utility workers. They do a great job.

    Lillian Reynolds

    Magnolia

  • LETTER: Community has been caring

       For as long as I can remember, my family has been coming to Buffalo every year to my aunt and uncle's house, Rob and Nina Hutchins, for Thanksgiving. In fact, one of our annual traditions was inevitably getting lost, no matter which route we took, on the drive there from Bowling Green.

    I never once thought that one day I would call Buffalo my home. God, as he often does, had other plans.