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Letters

  • Thanks for making open house a success

    To the editor:

    The New Hope Fire Department would like to say thank you. Our open house was a great success. We had a wonderful crowd, lots of donations and lots of support.We would like to say a special thank you to: WBRT Radio Station, PLG 13, The Kentucky Standard, Nelson County EMS, Nelson County Sheriff, Kentucky State Police, Stat Care, Salt River Electric, American Red Cross, Party Rentals LLC, New Haven Florist, Bardstown Fire Department, The Rev. Charles Reteneller, Print Stop, Channel 6, Channel 4/New Haven City Hall, WAMZ/Bobby Jack Murphy.

  • Mill Creek Baptist grateful for community support

    To the editor:

  • McConnell ads are questionable

    To the editor:

    I have seen the Mitch McConnell commercial equating himself to the Democrat Alben Barkley.

    Why doesn’t he associate himself with Bush and his policies, which he has supported from day one.

    He supports everything the corporations and Bush want. Where are the wants of Kentuckians and the people of America?

    If Senator McConnell thinks the Democrats are better, why is he opposed to them?

    Ed Carty

    131 Springhill Drive

    Bardstown

  • There should never be blanket endorsements

    To the editor:

  • It's time America rethinks its foreign trade policy

    To the editor:

    Many American brands have been moved out of the country. Such products as Maytag appliances, Levi’s blue jeans and Singer sewing machines, which were recognized as the world’s best, American designed and made by union workers, are now being produced in part or entirely by low-wage workers in foreign countries.

  • Turkey Kick participants say good-bye this year

    To the editor:

    Due to a difference of opinion with some of the other participants in the Turkey Kick, the Board of The Nelson County Association for the Handicapped has voted to cancel our participation in the event immediately.

    Thank you for all your support in the past.

    Charles Brauch

    Chairman

    Ann Rosalie Ballard

    President

    204 W. Flaget Ave.

    Bardstown

  • New Haven School says thanks for helping

    To the editor:

    The New Haven School PTO would like to thank Greta Cecil and Dean Watts for supporting our PTO by providing miles for roadside trash pickup. We appreciate all of your assistance for our students.

    Mark Edward Thomas

    Principal

    New Haven School

    489 High Street

    New Haven

  • Look at reason immigrants come to U.S.

    To the editor:

    It has saddened us greatly to learn of the attitude of some of our government officials regarding immigrants in our community. The debate about the services they absorb from our resources seems to ignore the services they contribute.

    The face of Louisville has changed during the past 20 years. We would like to think that the multiculturalism that is becoming part of us could be seen as the blessing that it truly is rather than a sponge that soaks up all of our resources.

  • Thanks for fire department's fast response

    To the editor:

    The Bardstown Fire Department was called to our office Nov. 8.

    Even though the damage was minor, I would like everyone in the community to know the speed and efficient manner in which members of the fire department worked.

    They were on location within a matter of minutes.

    Probably many people, including myself, take this service for granted.

    Thanks guys for being there when we need you.

    Joe Hahn

    608 Bloomfield Road

    Bardstown

  • Thanks for help with local Kids Voting initiative

    To the editor:

    I would like to take a few minutes to personally thank the volunteers who worked with us for Kids Voting Nelson County 2007. All of the following made not only monetary donations but some even staffed a voting poll: Wilson and Muir Bank, Rob Smotherman, Carolyn and Jodie Haydon, Eugene Wilson Insurance, First Federal Savings Bank, Dick Heaton, Town and County Bank and Trust, Betty Pendergrass-King, The Bardstown Optimist Club, The Bardstown Women’s Club, and The Bardstown Rotary Club.