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Letters

  • LETTER: Golf course history explained

     Golf course history explained

    As president of the LaRue County Golf Association, I have had several inquiries about the golf course.  I’m happy to respond to clear up any confusion that exists.

  • LETTER: Several in magazine's spotlight

    Several in magazine’s spotlight

    To whom it may concern:

    Recently, our small but mighty county was highlighted for many things that make this little place special. I read the reference to this in our local paper, but wanted to ensure those that work to ensure these businesses and events take place recognize that locals truly appreciate it. 

  • LETTER: There is a school system to run

    I am writing about Superintendent Sam Sanders’ DUI arrest.

    I am sure not saying this is good, but we are not perfect people. We are living in sad times. You can do good for years, then one mistake and people want to find a rope.

    I have not heard one person say Sam hasn’t done a good job.

    Our granddaughter told her grandmother, “I don’t care what they said. Sam has been nice to me.”

    Why can’t we be more like this 10-year-old girl?

  • LETTER: A time for forgiveness

     I am a resident of Bowling Green, but lived in Hodgenville until age 25. I was married there and am a 1975 graduate of LaRue County High School.

    I would hope that everyone would consider the body of work and passion that Sam Sanders has for the school system.

    I do not excuse that he made a bad choice but everyone that has jumped on the “fire him" bandwagon has more than likely made many mistakes themselves – it’s just that Sam is in the public eye and they are not. That alone does not justify termination.

  • LETTER: School district has improved under Sam Sanders
  • LETTER: Girl Scouts collect cleaning products

     Girl Scouts collect cleaning products

    Girl Scout Troop 929 juniors are working on their bronze awards – the highest award they can achieve.

    The girls can make a difference and they are proud of what they can accomplish.

    They will be collecting personal hygiene and cleaning products – soaps, deodorant, toothbrushes, detergent and toilet paper – to help our community.  All donated products will be given to Hodgenville and Abraham Lincoln elementary schools.

  • LETTER: What I learned in Frankfort

     What I learned in Frankfort

    On March 21, with a bipartisan 75-16 vote, House Bill 31 passed the House and was sent to the Senate. Senate Leadership refused to assign this bill to a committee or allow a vote on Sen. Higdon's related SB 14.

  • LETTER: Questions remain about crash

    Questions remain

    On Jan. 29, my family suffered a tragic loss. My son and daughter lost the father they dearly loved.

    “Blue” Thomas Underwood was killed in an auto accident on Ky. 61 in front of the LaRue County Golf Course.

    Many questions remain about how the accident occurred. I write this letter as an appeal to anyone who witnessed the accident or was traveling on the roadway behind either vehicle.

  • LETTER: Some real snow

    I am a subscriber of your newspaper even though I live in Illinois. I enjoy reading your newspaper especially reading about your snowfall.

    I thought you would enjoy hearing about Illinois’ snowfall. We have received 78.8 inches of snow so far.

    Enclosed are photos of our snow. I hope you enjoy them.

    Martha Bianco

    Leland, Ill.

  • LETTER: Support HB 31

    Do we live in a democracy? The dictionary defines a democracy as a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system.

    The passage of HB 31 by the House was an indication of democracy at work – a case of private property rights versus corporate interests. This bill prohibits the use of eminent domain by developers of hazardous natural gas liquids pipelines.