• Letters to the editor - June 11, 2014

    Back door politics led to MCPS mess

  • Letters to the editor - June 4, 2014

    Leaders must lead by example
    Wow, it’s unbelievable the turmoil and chaos that has been endured by the Board of Education employees and staff over the past year under Superintendent Schlosser. My sister, Pam Spalding, has made us proud of her accomplishments over the 18 years she was employed there under numerous superintendents.

  • Letters to the editor - May 28, 2014

    Community must speak out

  • Superintendent willing to make the tough decisions

    Superintendent is willing to make the tough decisions
    As a member of the Marion County Board of Education, I feel compelled to respond to your editorial “Ready, Steady, Go” in the May 14 issue of your newspaper, which detailed the numerous suspensions and resignations of school personnel during the past year. The conclusion reached in your editorial was that these departures seem excessive, when compared to past years, and that something needs to be done about it.

  • Letters to the editor - May 21, 2014

    The school board is wrong
    What is happening to our once great Marion County school district? It is crumbling before our very eyes. What is with all the people let go, resignations, moving of people to various positions, etc.? I worked in the school system as a teacher aide and office position for 15 years and never have I seen the likes of what is occurring.

  • Letters to the editor - May 14, 2014

    Vote Dudley Friend Adle for District 3 magistrate

  • Letters to the editor - May 7, 2014

    Father will keep fighting for son
    My son, David Litsey Jr., was killed more than a year and a half ago. I often think of a song he wrote, "Litsey, where you been so long?"
    Since his death, I'm tired of people whispering about me and pointing fingers when I walk by. Few people know what my family has been through. I feel like we have been railroaded by the court system.

  • Letters to the editor - April 30, 2014

    Good work, TGKY
    I don’t blame any citizen, farmer or organization that accepts money from the proposed pipeline, but it feels like our community is being bought out with grand promises of jobs (temporary), economic opportunity and high safety standards (Google: pipeline explosions). I speak as someone whose farm is crossed by two pipelines, and I have yet to see a positive environmental impact from either of the companies.

  • Letters to the editor - April 23, 2014

    May is National Foster Care Month
    May is National Foster Care Month, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank foster and kinship parents in our community for their hard work and dedication to families across our region. This month provides the opportunity to thank the foster families who provide homes and love to children who need them. Foster parents often become the substitute family for the youth regardless of how long they stay – be it an hour or a lifetime.

  • Letter: Don’t let positive people leave Lebanon

     I am emailing this to Lebanon, Kentucky to ask the superintendents and officials to not let the positive people leave Lebanon, Kentucky.