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Letters

  • Letters to the Editor: March 12, 2014

    Editorial is garbage

    I have lived in Shelbyville since 1981, and I learned today one fellow writing an editorial is smarter and wiser about the betterment of Shelbyville than our elected officials. We can save tax dollars by selling city hall, abolishing the council seats, dismissing the city employees who work in city hall and simply let the wise one at The Sentinel-News operate our town (“WHAT WE THINK: City’s plan is pure garbage,” Feb. 26).

  • Letters to the Editor: March 5, 2014

    A fair judge

    The opinion column of Rebecca Wall (“We need to judge this judge,” My Word, Feb. 12) set forth her opinion of Judge John David Myles. Her divorce was filed in 2004. The court record of her case shows it was first settled in 2004, before Judge Myles was appointed and subsequently elected. Ms. Wall had several attorneys throughout the pendency of her case and all of whom have apparently withdrawn. After the last attorney withdrew, Ms. Wall mediated her case for a second time and an agreement was reached.

  • Letters to the Editor: Feb. 26, 2014

    Where’s help?

  • Letters to the Editor: Feb. 19, 2014

    Go smoke free

    I am sure many in Shelby County have heard that there is a legislative campaign under way to pass a statewide, smoke-free law. I am one resident who supports this idea 100 percent.

  • Letters to the Editor: Feb. 12, 2014

    Veechdale repairs

    We would like to commend state Sen. Paul Hornback, state Rep. Brad Montell, Simpsonville Mayor Steve Eden, City Administrator David Eaton, all of the Simpsonville residents and each and every proactive party that contacted the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet about the challenges they were encountering on Veechdale Road, which runs adjacent to The Outlet Shoppes in Simpsonville.

  • Letters to the Editor: Feb. 5, 2014

    Welcome, Bobby

  • Letters to the Editor: Jan. 29, 2014

    Proposed restaurant tax
    Kentucky residents are some of the most heavily taxed. Depending on which Web site you visit, we are listed as high as the fifth most heavily taxed citizens in the nation. The CNN/Money site ranks Kentucky 18th overall, considering only income, sales and excise taxes. However, Kentucky politicians are also very creative in taxing virtually every item we buy or service we use.

  • Letters to the Editor: Jan. 22, 2014

    Appreciative

    This is just a note to express our gratitude to The Sentinel-News for the very good-looking and informational insert about Centro Latino. It looked just as we hoped it would. In fact, it was better than I had hoped it might be. So, here at Centro Latino, we are very pleased about the whole thing. Thanks very much for your help with this. We are truly thankful for the ability to get this letter of appreciation as well as the related information to the Shelby County community through the newspaper.

    Sister Pat Reno

  • Letters to the Editor: Jan. 15, 2014

    Price of corn

    Corn delivered on Dec. 13 to an elevator in Southern Indiana by the farmer was selling for $4.24 per bushel. There is 56 pounds of corn in a bushel, which equals 7.5 cents per pound for that corn. That same day I went to Walmart on Taylorsville Road to check the price on three corn-based products:

  • Letters to the Editor: Jan. 8, 2014

    Library’s plans

    Your recent editorial about wisely spending our taxes had some very good points, but your critique of the library was not very well thought out (“How our tax dollars could be used better,” Dec. 11). You seem to assume that books will be obsolete in the near future and that books are the only reason for a library’s existence.