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Today's Opinions

  • Vietnam Veterans Association

    Dear Editor,

  • Chamber Unites
  • Larue County Choir Trash For Cash

    Dear Editor,

    On Saturday March 3, LaRue County Choir members participated in the fundraiser “Trash for Cash Program”.

    The choir students were very excited to participate in such a positive, rewarding fundraiser that is able to enhance our community but also gives them more bonding time. Several students and parent representatives of the LaRue County High School Choir came together that morning. They were divided into four large teams and were able to pick up ten miles of trash in their community to help our current choral program.

  • DYW trash for cash

    Dear Editor,

    On March 25, several supporters of LaRue County Distinguished Young Woman Program participated in the LaRue County Trash for Cash program. Community involvement and leadership are two components of the DYW program.

    We appreciate our supporters taking a few hours on a Sunday afternoon to come out and use this wonderful opportunity to make our community a better place to live. Most of the litter we collected were paper products, soda cans and glass bottles from trash being thrown out of vehicles.

  • Radiography club 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. Seventeen members and one advisor spent hours picking up trash along county backroads.

  • Letters to the Editor: Alcohol Vote

    Dear Editor,

    “I walk slowly, but I never walk backward” This is a quote from the 16th President of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln. This quote still holds true today. Every step and action we take must be done cautiously and with much thought.

    On April 17, the City of Hodgenville will make a monumental decision at the polls. Will we remain a dry city or choose to go wet? The City of Hodgenville will be taking a step backward if they choose to vote “wet.”

  • Community News

    First Baptist Buffalo had their baptism services on Sunday morning at First Baptist in Hodgenville. Also, at Lane Lincoln there was a birthday dinner for Roberta Hayden who was 91 on Monday, March 19. Many family and friends, and church family were present to celebrate her birthday. She is one of the oldest members at Lane Lincoln.

    The South District Gospel Music Fest will be on this Saturday at First Baptist Church in Danville. With Reverend Jerry Wilkinson, President of the Sunday School and BTU and Reverend Tommy Calhoun, Moderator.

  • Hodgenville News

    As we draw closer to the end of the 2018 Regular Session, there has been no shortage of movement on significant bills in Frankfort this week. The Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee has spent several days and some late nights working on the Senate’s budget proposal, which we expect to go before the committee soon.