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Letters

  • Letter to the editor - October 21, 2015

    Dear Editor,

    To the good people of Hodgenville, this is a note to let you know how much we enjoyed our visit to your lovely town during the Lincoln Days Celebration. It’s always good to see old friends and meet new ones. Thank you for your hospitality. We made it home in good time and we hope to see you next year.

    Sincerely,

    Gwen Tibbs and grandkids

    Heidi Muller

    Bobby Rankin

  • Letter to the editor - October 7, 2015

    The Goodyear Blimp flew over Lincoln Days on Sunday afternoon during the Railsplitting Competition. It was a welcome sight to see after a dreary, rainy Saturday and a windy, messy Friday.

    The Lincoln Days Board works year-round to produce the festival, but the weather is something that is beyond our control. It was a welcome sight to see sunshine, blue skies and a blimp, but what was even more welcoming and even more appreciated, is the enduring community spirit that brought people out to support our vendors, exhibitors, musicians, entertainers, and event participants.

  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor,

    We would like to recognize the staff of Hardin Memorial Hospital for their personal and professional care during our recent stay. Special thanks to the Birth Place, ICU, Rapid response team and the Elizabethtown Physicians for Women. When someone goes to the hospital for the birth of their child, they don’t expect to utilize so many departments.

  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor,

    It is election season again, where the never ending commercials bombard us with a myriad of negative information. There is little, if any, positive information. That is my purpose, to speak to the good things that our elected officials do.

  • Letters to the editor - September 23, 2015

    Dear Editor,

    We would like to say THANK YOU to the community and all those involved in making the Ten Year Old Strikeout Cancer benefit ball tournament a huge success.  Our family cannot begin to express the gratefulness and gratitude we have for our family, friends, and the community.  Josh, the kids, and I are truly humbled by the outpouring from everyone involved with making it happen.

  • Thanks to coaches, donors to sports camp

    We would like to thank the coaches and contributors who helped so much with the free Another Level Basketball Camp held June 16-18.

  • Committe thanks those who supported Relay

    On behalf of the LaRue County Relay for Life Leadership Committee, we wish to publicly thank the many, many LaRue residents who helped make Relay 2015 a huge success. Though the weather forced us to close early, the committee is convinced that hosting the event on the square was a great decision and we look forward to continuing future Relays there. This year was a learning experience and we are excited about some additional changes for 2016.

  • Letter: Concerning the pool closing

    Dear Editor,

    In last week’s paper the comment was made by the Mayor that the pool was only used frequently by local daycares and that they were charged a discount from the regular admission. Being the owner of Laugh-n-Learn Childcare Center, I would like to speak on the behalf of my facility, which I feel was targeted by the Mayor.

  • LETTER: Focus on improving care of nursing home residents

    Dear editor,

    Nursing home residents should have all the rights afforded to any of the rest of us. In fact, Congress and Kentucky legislators enacted an additional bill of residents’ rights because for more than 30 years it’s been obvious that our sickest and most vulnerable need help exercising their rights. It’s not fair to put medical review panels between residents and their right to their day in court if necessary.

  • Thanks for playing a role in LCHS athletics

    Dear Editor:

    During this time of the year we are reminded of the many sacrifices that our great military forces have endured over the years. We as a country cannot say “thank you” enough for the freedoms we share.