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Letters

  • March 26, 2014: Our readers write

    Getting a peak behind the veil
    Mitch McConnell surrogate Jim Weise used the Hardin County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner this past Saturday to tell those in attendance that “Matt Bevin is a good guy but it isn’t his time.”

  • March 25, 2014: Our readers write

    Refining the focus of concern about tax

    Paul Rose stopped by to see me the other day and we discussed his recent letters regarding the Hardin County School Board. He seemed frustrated that three of the members who didn’t see a tax increase they didn’t like were causing his property tax to constantly go up. 

  • March 23, 2014: Our readers write

    Special privileges given to a few
    Two small but disconcerting occurrences took place during the Elizabethtown City Council meeting of March 17. Both smack of an air of privilege.

    The first was an announcement by the director of The Historic State Theater that from hereon free tickets would be awaiting the mayor and city council members should they wish to attend an event at the theater.

  • March 18, 2014: Our readers write

    What about treatment of poor?
    In the 2014 mid-term elections and in the 2016 presidential election, the Republican Party should pay significantly at the ballot box for currently writing off the unemployed. The GOP’s weak-minded and weak-hearted response to the unemployed and poor in our country is despicable.
    If the unemployed and poor voted their self-interest in every primary and general election, the Republican Party soon would become a permanent minority party.

  • March 16, 2014: Our readers write

    No one welcomes a new tax

    According to a March 13 article in The News-Enterprise, the Kentucky House of Representatives may be considering a law to change the state constitution. This “local sales tax” law could allow communities to add an additional tax of 1 percent to many of your purchases.

  • March 14, 2014: Our readers write

    Concerned about strays
    Thank you for the article Feb. 23 about the Stray Animal Facility at Fort Knox. Unfortunately, I have been informed by a reliable source that some of the information contained in the Feb. 27 article on the facility was a spin on the truth by the Army media, out of Missouri. Their facts probably were sugarcoated by someone at Fort Knox.  
    According to my source, the Army’s own regulations are still not being followed.

  • March 12, 2014: Our readers write

    Voters should
    take a close look

    I would strongly encourage all Hardin County taxpayers to take a very close look at everyone who decides to run for positions on the Hardin County School Board in the next election.
    Board members Kay Sharon, John Emary and Michael Kinney voted to raise our property taxes last year at the maximum amount allowed by current law and they just keep right on spending. Charlie Wise and Suzanne Broadwater voted against raising taxes.

  • March 11, 2014: Our readers write

    Positive about ‘Son of God’

    After watching the movie “Son of God,” I found it spiritually uplifting and a means for others to be inspired by the life of Jesus Christ.

    It is hard to believe the movie reviewer in your Thursday paper possibly could have seen the same movie since her description of the movie was so negative, while my interpretation so positive.

  • March 9, 2014: Our readers write

    Quarry rezoning ‘rocks’ all residents

    “Residents to appeal quarry decision” was the title to an article appearing on the front page of The News-Enterprise on Thursday, March 6. Yes, we the residents of Mill Creek, Ravenswood and Stonecreek and neighbors along Bewley Hollow Road are appealing this decision made by “our” Hardin County Planning and Development Commission, but this should be appealed by all homeowners in Hardin County.

    If this committee can do this to our community, it can do it to all.

  • March 7, 2014: Our readers write

    Asking GOP to see possibilities
    Just to remind Republicans in Hardin County, many Tea Party candidates have won their races. When Rand Paul ran for Senate, most typical Republicans thought only Trey Grayson could defeat the Democrat in the general election but lo and behold Paul defeated Grayson and then won the Senate race in the general, too.
    And what did Trey Grayson do? He hightailed it to that liberal bastion Harvard before his term as Kentucky Secretary of State had ended.