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Letters

  • LETTER: Beware of puppy mills

    Beware of puppy mills
    I’m trying to get the word out about “puppy mills” in the community. Puppy mills house dogs in overcrowded and often unsanitary conditions without adequate health care, food, water, or human company.

  • LETTERS: Military gives boost to pride

    Every morning, weather permitting, I raise my flag “Old Glory” and in the evening take it down (no light on flag).
    With the announcement of death of Osama bin Laden by our blessed military, I ran the flag up real fast, so proud of our nation.
    Way to go Navy, good job. I’m a Army retiree and Army brat. Bless you Navy Seals, go U.S.A. I am so proud to be an American veteran.
    Lee Ratliff
    U.S. Army veteran

     

  • LETTER: Obey the limit on boulevard

    To all reading, please obey the speed limit on Lincoln Boulevard, especially by the stretch by Rock n Rogers to the square. My daughter was rear-ended as she entered into our driveway, a few weeks ago. The impact was so great; it pushed the van into the front porch of our neighbor.
    Speed limits are posted for a reason and each of us need to be attentive for the safety of us all. Too often, I cringe as I turn into our driveway as those behind me follow too closely and too fast that many times, I continue to go around the block to avoid an accident.

  • LETTER: Thanks to the community

    Thanks so much for your help and support of the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church cookout and auction on April 9. Several area businesses made donations and through their generosity and those who attended the cookout and auction, we were able to raise over $7,500 toward the retirement of the debt on our Christian Life Center.

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  • Bringing Wi-Fi: Would the people of Hodgenville benefit?

    Today it seems that everyone is asking the question, “Could bringing Wi-Fi to the square of Hodgenville benefit the city?”
    In my opinion, it would. My name is Anne McCubbin and I’m an 8th grader who is part of the LaRue County Middle School Community Problem Solving Team. We’ve decided that bringing Wi-Fi to the square would benefit Hodgenville in two ways: tourism and giving our local community members more reasons to frequent the downtown area.

  • LETTER: Bring Wi-Fi to Lincoln Square

    Bringing Wi-Fi: Would the people of Hodgenville benefit?

    Today it seems that everyone is asking the question, "Could bringing Wi-Fi to the square of Hodgenville benefit the city?"

    In my opinion, it would. My name is Anne McCubbin and I'm an 8th grader who is part of the LaRue County Middle School Community Problem Solving Team. We've decided that bringing Wi-Fi to the square would benefit Hodgenville in two ways:  tourism and giving our local community members more reasons to frequent the downtown area.

  • LETTER: County Attorney provides more information about parking case

    While I believe it is unnecessary for me to respond to the ongoing dispute between Mayor Terry Cruse and Greg Harry, I do believe there are several facts omitted from the news article and the written comments of both Mayor Cruse and Mr. Harry that need to be clarified concerning the dismissal of the citation.

  • LETTER: Chorus put on a great show

    The American Red Cross thanks The Heart of Kentucky Men’s Chorus for its generous donation to the Disaster Services Program at the Hardin/LaRue Service Center. Their “Rock N Roll” Christmas Show contribution will benefit many in need in our community.

    The concert, held Dec. 10 at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown, was thoroughly enjoyable and uplifting. Our thanks to all involved, including co-sponsor Knight’s Mechanical and special guests Max Q, acoUstiKats and the Heartland Fillies.

  • LETTER: Student thanks community

    I want to thank everyone for your support for “Help Me to Help Others.” It was really nice that you have helped others who needed it.
    I want to thank all the people who gave me canned goods or put money in my box to buy groceries while I set up at IGA lobby. I want to thank Curtis from IGA, Lincoln Way, Carl Howell, Ronald Wright, Taylor Durham, Wrolen Pin Restaurant, Mrs. Pearman, Mrs. Akridge, Mrs. Cecil at my School and all the children at Hodgenville Elementary School for bringing all the stuff in.