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Outgoing party chair calls for unity, forgiveness within county Republican party

To The Editor: I owe a humble, special debt of gratitude and thanks to some amazing people that worked tirelessly, during and prior to me becoming chair of the NCRPK. None of these people were paid, but yet spent tireless hours and blood, sweat and tears that have gone into building a local party. What […]

June 19th, 2021 | Posted in Letters to the Editor,Opinion | Read More »

Letter: Writer supports more learning opportunities for district middle schoolers

Dear Editor, In the 11 years my children have attended the Nelson County Schools, I have been an active parent in getting to know my children’s teachers and the administration at the schools they attended. I also have the benefit of being the parent of a Thomas Nelson grad under the Wes Bradley administration there. […]

May 26th, 2021 | Posted in Breaking News,Letters to the Editor,Opinion | Read More »

Letter: District’s teacher turnover rate a valid reason for community concern

Dear Editor, When people witness injustice where their children are concerned things tend to get heated and fast. Rightly so. Any parent worth their salt is going to step up and defend and protect the interest of their child. At the May 18, 2021, Nelson County Board meeting, I observed several parents with legitimate concerns […]

May 21st, 2021 | Posted in Education,Letters to the Editor,Opinion,Politics | Read More »

Letter: League of Women Voters support public input on redistricting plans

Dear Editor, The League of Women Voters of Kentucky is urging the Kentucky General Assembly to support and commit to an open redistricting process by allowing public input and comment. Utilizing census data compiled every ten years, the General Assembly is required to redraw district boundaries for Kentucky’s seats in the U.S. House (6), State […]

March 5th, 2021 | Posted in Breaking News,Election News,Elections,Letters to the Editor,Opinion,Politics,State government | Read More »

Letter: Additional county regulation not needed in shipping container debate

To the editor, After watching this morning’s Nelson Fiscal Court meeting, I wanted to give you a few comments. The first question that doesn’t seem to be asked why haven’t the cities taken action to regulate storage containers. Hyper-regulatory Bardstown to my knowledge hasn’t banned them. The incorporated areas of Nelson County clearly have the […]

January 5th, 2021 | Posted in Business News,County government,Letters to the Editor,News,Opinion,Politics | Read More »

Letter: Republican-appointed justices voted in favor of Roe v. Wade

To the Editor, For 47 years, Roe v. Wade has been the law of the land in regard to the abortion issue. Did you ever study the decision? In factual terms, it was the Republican-appointed justices what actually allowed the right to a legal abortion to become the law of the land. The nine justices […]

October 26th, 2020 | Posted in Letters to the Editor,Opinion | Read More »

Letter: McGrath has ‘clear and solid plans’ for Kentucky, the nation

To the Editor, Senatorial candidate Amy McGrath presented an impressive and comprehensive legislative agenda at her Bullitt County rally on October 19. There were no vague or unrealistic campaign promises — only clear and solid plans for Kentucky and the nation. I was encouraged by her address. McGrath will vote to increase the federal minimum […]

October 22nd, 2020 | Posted in Letters to the Editor,Opinion | Read More »

Letter: Attorney ask voters to vote ‘no’ on victims’ rights constitutional amendment

To the editor: I have been a prosecutor for more than 20 years. I am an advocate for victims and victims’ rights, but I encourage you to vote no on the victims’ rights amendment on the ballot. Here is why. 1. These rights already exist under Kentucky Law. The Kentucky Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights […]

October 7th, 2020 | Posted in Breaking News,Letters to the Editor,Opinion,Public Safety | Read More »

Opinion: VITAL Act would remove red tape from labs creating diagnostic tests

By RAND PAULU.S. Senator Thursday, March 18, 2020 — As a physician, I understand the need for an “all hands on deck” response from our medical community to the Novel Coronavirus pandemic. That means speedy access to diagnostic testing and medical supplies, and, most importantly, it means preparedness to care for every Kentuckian in need. […]

March 19th, 2020 | Posted in Letters to the Editor,Opinion | Read More »

Letter: HB 484 would create duplicate bureaucracy for state retirement system

Dear Editor, A bill recently introduced in the General Assembly would reorganize Kentucky Retirement Systems. Proponents say HB 484 is needed to address a perceived lack of representation for the County Employees Retirement System, one of three systems under the umbrella of KRS. KRS is overseen by a 17-member board. HB 484 creates a new, […]

February 27th, 2020 | Posted in Letters to the Editor,Opinion | Read More »

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