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Letters

  • Letters to the Editor: Aug. 14, 2013

    Construction zone issues

     

    An article in The Sentinel-News (“Simpsonville safety concerns draw review,” July 24) about safety concerns in the construction area on Buck Creek Road and I-64 stated no accidents had occurred. I was involved in an accident on July 12 within the construction zone.

  • Letters to the Editor: Aug. 7, 2013

    Turning backwards

    In the last couple of weeks we had comments from Brad Montell and Paul Hornback, and although I respect their input to our community concerning the intersections at I-64 and KY 53 and KY 55, I believe they both have missed the point of the problem. Left-hand turns are not going to work. The only type of left-hand turns that work are right-hand loops, like the one we had at Exit 32B that has been removed.

  • Letters to the Editor: July 31, 2013

    UAW’s United effort

    How do you put a number on Living United…UAW 2383?

    As The Sentinel-News printed (“Martinrea sets United Way bar,” July 24) last week Metro United Way has kicked off the 2013 Shelby Campaign. It was through the blood, sweat and passion of the UAW 2383 Community Service Team at Martinrea Heavy Stamping that we were able to kick off with the force that we did. 

  • Letters to the Editor: July 24, 2013

    Team treated unfairly

     

  • Letters to the Editor: July 17, 2013

    Religious perspective

     

    In response to Dave Charlton’s column (“How to decipher complex issue of marriage in U.S.” July 5), where in the bible does it say homosexuality is OK? Where in nature can this behavior be found? What does Paul have to say about homosexuality (Romans 1:18-32)? Mark 10:6-9, Matthew 19:4-6 and Genesis all speak of marriage being between one man and one woman. Matthew talks of divorce between husband (man) and wife (woman) being wrong, nothing about same-sex couples. How is same sex marriage fruitful?

  • Letters to the Editor: July 10, 2013

    Our un-Fairness

    Letter writer Eugene Maynard wonders why we need a Fairness Ordinance in Shelbyville (“Why is Fairness ordinance needed,” Letters to the editor, June 12). He posits that everyone already has the right to patronize businesses, rent apartments and exist unharassed in our town. He is incorrect. Shamefully, if someone is merely suspected of being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered, it is legal in most of 

  • Letters to the Editor: July 3, 2013

    Simpsonville’s wrong step

  • Letters to the Editor: June 26, 2013

    Dangerous interchanges

    Maybe I should just keep my mouth shut, like everyone else, but I’m not, so here goes:

  • Letters to the Editor: June 19, 2013

    In praise of Puckett

     

    It was with great pleasure that I read Bonnie Gray’s excellent article on Duanne Puckett in The Sentinel-News (“Saying thanks to a legend,” MY WORD, May 29). I would like to add my own accolades to hers.

  • Letters to the Editor: June 12, 2013

    Why is Fairness ordinance needed?

    The consideration of passage of a fairness ordinance by the city of Shelbyville puzzles me (“We need a Fairness Ordinance,” MY WORD, June 5). I was under the impression that laws were in existence to prevent any discrimination against the areas Ms. Ann-Lynn Ellerkamp categorized.