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Letters

  • Wise thanks election supporters

    I want to take the time and thank each and every one of you for your help in electing me as your Kentucky state senator-elect for the 16th District.

    I cannot tell you how humbled I am for this opportunity that now lies before me.  I first want to thank God for blessing me in my daily life and I give all glory to him for this victory.

    Campaigning for this race has been the most spiritual, physical and emotional experience of my life and my immediate family's life.

  • McCracken PVA encourages voters to elect Chad Shively

    I am writing this letter on behalf of Chad Shively, PVA. I have been employed in the McCracken County PVA office for the past 37 years and have served as PVA for 21 years. I met Chad several years ago and was immediately impressed with his work ethic and desire to serve Taylor County.

    I supported Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear appointing him last year and have watched the wonderful things that he has accomplished since assuming that position.

  • Fayette PVA encourages voters to elect Chad Shively

    Chad Shively has implemented more innovative solutions and new technologies, in the shortest period of time, than any PVA I've ever seen.

    I have worked with Chad on many occasions and we regularly attend the same continuing education courses, and I have consistently been impressed with his intelligence, hard work and enthusiasm for the job. I have watched him closely over the past year and have been amazed at what good work he's done and how quickly he learned the job.

  • Resident encourages voters to elect Chad Shively

    In a time when our world seems to be falling apart and our government is straying from God, elections become very important to our society.

    In the 2014 primary, many government offices are being contested. One of those offices is the Taylor County property valuation administrator position.

  • Resident encourages voters to elect Max Wise

    It gives me a great deal of pleasure to encourage Taylor County Republicans to head to the polls on Tuesday, May 20, and vote for my friend, Max Wise, for Kentucky State Senate.

    It has been more than 50 years since Taylor County was represented in Frankfort by a senator from Taylor County. Fortunately, on Tuesday, May 20, 2014, Taylor County Republicans have a unique opportunity to send one of our own to Frankfort.

  • Readers ask voters to support Chad Shively

    In a time when our world seems to be falling apart and our government is straying from God, elections become very important to our society.
    In the 2014 primary, many government offices are being contested. One of those offices is the Taylor County property valuation administrator position.

  • Reader supports Cave for PVA

    It is my pleasure to endorse Bernie Cave for Property Valuation Administrator of Taylor County. He is a fine citizen of this county and has served in several offices.

    Bernie worked for the Taylor County Conservation District for about 14 years. He also served with me on the Taylor County School Board for about 13 years.

  • Feeding America feeds those in Taylor County

    Feeding America, Kentucky's Heartland is a nonprofit, charitable food bank located in Elizabethtown, Ky. It is one of the 200 Feeding America affiliated Food Banks across the nation.

    The main purpose of this letter is to familiarize you with FAKH's mission; we have found that most people outside of our immediate area are not familiar with the very important role and the critical service we provide to those in need throughout the entire region of central, south central and western Kentucky.

  • Reader upset with emergency notification

    Should a resident of Campbellsville find out via a McDonald's employee that the city is under a water advisory? That is how I found out this past weekend.

    I received no official alerts, although I do receive tornado, thunderstorm, amber, and golden alerts. No radio or television warnings were noticed. Did they exist and I missed them?

    Someone needs to take responsibility for this failure.

    Joanne Waller

    Campbellsville

  • Reader concerned about pipeline problems

    I am very concerned about the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline that would transport natural gas liquids through Kentucky. NGLs are not the same as natural gas; they are highly flammable, hazardous liquids remaining after natural gas is extracted from the ground and include benzene, which causes cancer.