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Letters

  • Letter: Mitch McConnell is obsessed with President Obama

     We are being bombarded with campaign ads that assault our intelligence. A single glance at the litter on the airwaves and in our mailboxes would have us believing that President Obama is on the ballot. He’s not. Like him or not, he remains President of the United States for two more years – and will not be on the ballot again.

  • Letter: Vote for human rights
  • Letter: Vote for a candidate interested in growth

     Our 24th District has an opportunity to elect Alex LaRue as state representative. Alex will bring a fresh point of view and needed business and financial experience to the Kentucky General Assembly.

  • Letter: Support Terry Mills

     Each election season, there is invariably a major issue or two that that becomes so distorted by the political process that it becomes almost unrecognizable. This year, the state’s road funding is at the top of the list. Many of you have received political mailings that the proposed House budget raised the fuel tax. Nothing could be further from the truth. 

  • Letter: Vote for Carter for school board

     I would like to reach out to the voters in District 2 before the Nov. 4 election.  

    Angela Carter is an intelligent, dedicated teacher and leader who cares deeply for the education of all children and would serve our district best as a member of the school board. 

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 22, 2014

     

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 15, 2014

    Born, raised in Kentucky
    To the people of Kentucky, I am proud to be a fifth or sixth generation Kentuckian. I'm proud to be bred, born and raised a Kentuckian. My father's family, the Perrys, have been in Stamping Ground since the 1790s. My mother's family, the Abrams, has been in Frankfort since the 1800s. I am a Kentuckian from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet. So this is how I feel about the politicians.

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 8, 2014

    Switch to McDonalds and Grimes
    Burger King recently moved their national headquarters to Canada from the United States. Senator Mitch McConnell failed again to close tax loopholes for when corporations move out of the country.

  • Letters to the editor - Sept. 24, 2014

    Unite to end domestic violence
    With domestic violence awareness month approaching in October, it seems the ugliness of this abuse has reached an alarming rate on women and children of professional sports. As fans spend their income on entrance to these games and premium sports channels on television, it makes one pause. How much of their income is donated to the shelters that protect the victims of these rages, athlete or otherwise?

  • Letter to the editor: Lebanon needs more recreational opportunities

    All you fellow baby boomers will remember that Lebanon provided us with several recreational facilities when we were kids that the children growing up now don’t have.
    These venues included a movie theater, a skating rink, and a bowling alley.
    For many years, the Arista Theater was a fun place to see a movie on weekends. It was located where the new judicial center is now. Also, the drive-in movie theater on the Loretto Road was a gathering place; it is now gone.