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Letters

  • Rotary Trash for Cash

    Dear Editor,

    “Be the Inspiration.”  That is this year’s theme for Rotary International.  Last Saturday, six members of the Hodgenville Rotary Club (and one member’s teenage son - hey, Biven!) were inspired to take part in LaRue County’s Trash for Cash program.

  • Trash For Cash Campbellsville

    Dear Editor,

    I was asked to write a follow up letter after a recent garbage pickup here in LaRue County.  I live on Dangerfield Rd, and we picked up near the Taylor/Green County line area of the county.  Here is my letter-I hope it is sufficient. 

  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor,

    I just got through reading the Herald and I was wondering about your Easter bonnets special.

    Wearing nice clothes on this day is fine, except you left out the most important thing. I wonder if all the Easter Christians know that Easter is a pagan holiday? (see Webster’s dictionary)

  • ECTC Radiology Trash For Cash

    Dear Editor,

    On the afternoon of Good Friday Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Radiography Club members spent their afternoon picking up trash in LaRue County. They were participating in the Trash for Cash program.

    Sixteen members and one advisor spent hours picking up trash along county back roads. This resulted in 16 bags of trash being removed from the roadside. The students felt it was a great way to make some money for the club while providing a service to the community.

  • 4-H Trash for Cash

    Dear Editor,

    The LaRue County 4-H Teen Club and 4-H Gardening Club participated in the Trash for Cash program in April. Six teen club members worked during one afternoon of spring break to pick up just over five miles of roadways in the magnolia area. The Gardening Club worked over the weekend to pick up an additional five miles also in the Magnolia area.

  • Letter to the editor

    Dear Editor

    I so enjoy receiving the Larue County Herald News every Wednesday. We are your close neighbors in Hardin County and it is nice to stay in touch with what is going on in the surrounding areas such as Hodgenville. I loved your article on staying vigilant in your neighborhood to protect from burglars. After reading that the local law enforcement suggests that the public organize some sort of crime/neighborhood watch, a useful tool came to mind that might be helpful to your community.

  • Trash For Cash - Pentecostal Church Conquerers

    Dear Editor,

  • Christmas Blessings Letter

    Dear Editor,

  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor:

    The only time many people pay attention to their local school board is when there’s a tax vote, but school board members do much more than just setting tax rates.

    LaRue County school board members, elected by the people, are responsible for our community’s most precious resource and the key to its future – our children and their educational opportunities.

  • Letter from Canmer, Ky

    Dear Editor,