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Letters

  • READERS’ VIEWS: March 27, 2015

    To the editor,

    Now that HB 152, also known as the AT&T bill, has passed, AT&T is calling and writing people with land lines to get them to change to U-verse. What some people may not realize is, if you convert to this system, you will no longer have a land line.

  • NOTES OF THANKS: March 27, 2015

    To the editor,

  • READER'S VIEW: Scenes certainly were empirical evidence

    I thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Berkshire’s winter pictures in the March 8 edition of the Standard. True to the title, the pictures capture “a beauty to the soul.” I have also enjoyed his pictures in the past, as his photographs reveal a keen eye for the artistic.

  • READER'S VIEW: Humility is key to truth

    To the editor,

    I was so heartened by Randy Patrick’s column March 1, “Christianity, Islam and understanding.” Thank you!

    Would that information and then understanding helped us all more. We do have 1-12 or K-16 years of good education after all. This whole Christian/Muslim relationship matter shouldn’t be so muddled and troubling, one would think.

  • NOTE OF THANKS: Flaget care was superb

    To the editor,

    Thanks to all personnel for my suburb care and professionalism during my recent surgery at Flaget Memorial Hospital. Each person caring for me on March 3 was a part of a team of doctors and nurses that made me feel at ease and secure. I observed that each person was very attentive and professional from the moment I arrived at Flaget until I left to go home. I can say that I have been through this journey with the best doctors and nurses available anywhere. We in and around this community are blessed to have this institution available to all of us.

  • NOTE OF THANKS: Thanks for successful fundraiser

    To the editor,

  • NOTE OF THANKS: Thanks to our mayor, John Royalty

    To the editor,

    When the snow was on, getting our driveway cleaned off was a big job for us.

    Looking out of my window, there was our mayor John Royalty and some good neighbors shoveling all the snow off.

    A big thank you to those kind men for caring about us.

    I am happy we have good neighbors and a mayor who looked out for us.

    Helen Blair

    103 McKenna Way

    Bardstown

  • READERS’ VIEWS: March 18, 2015

    d what it should do about the building of more rooms for guests and the close attractions.

    I was in town recently and saw all the big empty houses on that one street. Why not use them and make it a bed and breakfast town — no more motels/hotels?

    I have been to similar towns, villages, attractions, and they all have a gimmick. Why not us? Helen, Ga., is a whole town of the same interest. Gatlinburg has shops and attractions. Just a sample, and more I don’t need to mention.

  • READERS’ VIEWS: March 18, 2015

    After a month of persistent and crippling snowstorms, I do look forward to spring weather, green grass, and flowers in bloom.

    The advent of spring is also a great opportunity to turn over a new leaf on our dietary habits. In fact, hundreds of communities welcome spring on March 20 with an observance of the Great American Meatout. Visitors are asked to go vegan, at least for the day, and to explore a healthy diet of vegetables, fresh fruits, legumes, and grains.

  • READERS’ VIEWS: March 18, 2015

    I don’t understand why people are so upset with our mayor and so judgmental of him. No one acted this way with our last mayor.

    Mayor Royalty is trying to do his job, and is doing very well. I think he will be a good mayor and has already done lot of good for Bardstown.

    Sharon Vandusen

    158 Slate Run

    Bardstown