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Letters

  • Letter: Thank you for making our event successful

    To the editor,

    On behalf of the board of directors of the Nelson County Community Clinic, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many people who made our recent Dinner with Art Auction fund raiser such a success.

    A huge “thank you” to the artists who provided exceptional artwork for this event and to our decorator, Tara Filiatreau, our photographer, Jennifer Claywell Edford, and our emcee, Gary Fogle.

    Thank you to the media, W&B Broadcasting, WBRT/WOKH, WLSK, PLG TV, Channel 6 and The Kentucky Standard.

  • LETTER: NelCASA is in need of volunteers

    To the editor,
    This letter is in response to the recent ad put out by Nelson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). As an administrator in our town’s public schools, I see the pain and suffering present in the lives of some of our community’s children due to abuse and neglect. They wear heartbreak into school each day along with their backpacks.

  • Letter: Consider Ballou for state Supreme Court

    I would like to take a moment to endorse Judge Dan Ballou for the upcoming Kentucky Supreme Court justice election.

    Three candidates will be on the ballot on May 22. I haven’t a negative word to say about either of his opponents. To be honest, I like and respect both.

    But Judge Ballou is not only a personal friend of mine, he’s a friend of the Constitution. He’s a Marine, family man, and a brother in Christ.

  • Letter: Join me in voting for DeWeese

    rt of James DeWeese for state representative.

    James has spent most of his adult life helping working people gain justice in the work place. He has stood with distillery workers fighting for better working conditions. He has marched with our teachers in Frankfort fighting for better funding of our schools. He has proven that he not only can talk about our issues, but he will go out and fight for them.

    So please join me in supporting James DeWeese for state representative.

    Tom Williams

    President UAW local 3058

    Bardstown

  • Letter: DeWeese will fight for the working class

    James DeWeese will fight to protect people in the war being waged on the working middle class here in Kentucky. From teachers, police officers, factory workers, and government employees, he has our best interests at heart.

    Barry Simpson

    Bardstown

  • LETTER: Vote DeWeese for state rep

    I endorse James DeWeese for state representative. James is not just for the working people. he is for all of Nelson County. He will take Frankfort back for the people. He is a honest hardworking family man who will listen to the people who send him to Frankfort as our state cause he knows who he works for us, the people. So please get out and vote James DeWeese for state representative. United we stand divided we fall. Let’s stand strong and united together and send James DeWeese to Frankfort!

    Troy Frazier

    Boston

  • LETTER: DeWeese works selflessly

    It is my honor and pleasure to endorse James DeWeese as our next state representative. I have lived in Nelson County my whole life. I have known James for over eight years. I have seen the hours he puts in volunteering his time to fight for people. He has worked selflessly to unite people for causes that matter to all of us. He exemplifies honesty, integrity and compassion towards everyone’s unique situations. He is experienced in standing up for what is right and just. He is who we need in Frankfort to stand up for us. Vote for James DeWeese on May 22 and again on Nov. 6.

  • LETTER: DeWeese works hard for those who work hard

    As a retired, but active teacher in Kentucky I have personally seen the dedication James DeWeese has for not only Kentucky’s Active and Retired Public Educators, but also for Public Education. James knows the value of a free public education; and will fight for what is and should always be our greatest resource, our children.

  • LETTER: Fogle’s a good man

    Outside of his immediate family, I probably know Kenny Fogle better than anyone else alive. Kenny and I have been best friends since before we started grade school at Holy Cross many years ago. We have been through some good times and some rough times. We joined the Air Force during the same period of time and remained close for many years thereafter. Even during my years traveling with my music show I knew I had someone to call back home to catch up what was going on and tried to visit each other as much as possible.

  • LETTER: We need his voice in Frankfort