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Letters

  • Letter to the Editor

    I have followed, with interest, the developments surrounding the so-called Bluegrass pipeline and still, for the life of me cannot figure out where the long term benefit is for the residents along the proposed route of Kentucky (LaRue, Nelson, Hardin, Anderson, Woodford, Scott and Franklin counties).

    I ask you, is it really worth the offered price to have your land disturbed for construction and to be at the mercy of the pipeline for any projects where ground is broken?

  • Letters to the Editor - July 10, 2013

     Crown a true Miss LaRue

  • GUEST COLUMN - What’s wrong with a little pipeline through Kentucky?

     Local citizens are gradually hearing about a proposed Bluegrass Pipeline to run through Nelson County on its way from Pennsylvania and New York to the Gulf. It might be helpful to lay out some of the issues from the perspective of community sustainability.

  • Letter to the Editor

    Child support is a team effort

    Thank you so much for the recent article acknowledging the hard work done by the Child Support Staff in the LaRue County Attorney’s office in the establishment and collection of child support.

  • Letters to the Editor - June 26, 2013

     Senior Day At The Fair

  • Letter to the Editor

     Take care of your four-legged friend

  • Just Ask

    Younger students may receive laptops
    I heard LaRue County High School is replacing their student laptops. First of all, is this true? And secondly, are they available to the public for purchase?
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    The Laptops of LaRue project was rolled out in October 2010. The intent was for the laptops to be used by LCHS students for four years before they were replaced.

    Superintendent Sam Sanders said the district is “already planning the “next four-year cycle.”

  • Letter to the Editor

    I loved the pictures of the mini mall that were in the newspaper recently. These pictures were on page 22A and each picture had a caption beside, or below, with names and what the students were selling.

    The one thing that was missing from the collection of pictures was acknowledgement to the company that completed the shirts for the students. Blazin’ Xpressions in Hodgenville did all the shirts for the students to wear at the mini mall.
     

    Brandy Houseman
    Hodgenville

  • Graduation outdoors? THANK YOU

     I don’t know who decided to hold the 2013 LaRue County High School graduation outdoors – but it was a splendid idea.

  • Just Ask - May 15

    Is there an ordinance regulating how tall grass can grow within Hodgenville city limits?
    Some of the areas are turning into eyesores.

    City Clerk MaDonna Hornback said grass can be 10-inches tall before it is considered a nuisance. However, if the lot is two acres or more, the ordinance does not apply.
    If you would like a property added to the city’s growing list of  “yards that need to be mowed,” call City Hall at 358-3832.