• Letters to the Editor, March 21, 2012

    Pleasureville clerk responds


    In response to the recent My Word (“Pleasureville issue needs clarification,” March 7), there are inaccurate statements I would like to address

  • Letters to the Editor, March 14, 2012

    Doctors respond


    As concerned physicians caring for patients who live in Shelby County and surrounding areas, we wish to respond to the comments made by Jean A. Stodghill, MSN APRN and Sharon S. Jamison, MSN APRN, (“Why attack those who help?,” MY WORD, Feb. 1).

  • Letters to the Editor, March 7, 2012

    Statue options


    I have read with interest Bill Matthews’s recent My Word (“Let’s review the statue options,” Feb. 29), and Bill has performed a community service by bringing this issue, with its alternatives, to public attention.  I certainly agree with his suggestion that the Shelby County Historical Society, with the knowledge and expertise that its members possess, should appoint a committee to examine this issue.

  • Letters to the Editor, Feb. 29, 2012

    Killing horse industry

  • Letters to the Editor, Feb. 24, 2012

    Don’t judge tattoos

    Steve Doyle’s column (“On Valentine’s Day, there’s no love lost for tattoos,” Feb. 15) has not only offended me but many of my friends. I personally have three tattoos. I am not ashamed, and I do not and never will regret getting them.

  • Letters to the Editor, Feb. 15, 2012

    Democratic mistakes


    Are we the only ones who noticed a few weeks ago in The Sentinel-Newsthat Gov. Steve Beshear stated there would have to be a lot of cuts in Kentucky’s budget because of lack of funds?

  • Letters to the Editor, Feb. 8, 2012

    Ramp: Just keep driving


    When I saw the picture on the front page of The Sentinel-Newson Jan. 25, accompanying the story "Dangerous ramp to be replaced," I was dumbfounded, as I am every time this topic comes up.

  • Letters to the Editor, Feb. 1, 2012

    Sad school day


    Since when is it a crime to walk your first-grader to her classroom? I recently took my daughter to school because she  had a project to turn in. As I entered the front door of the school, I was told by the principal to leave the project in the office, she would take it 

    to the classroom later. I told her that I wanted to walk my daughter and the project to the classroom. She then proceeds to tell me that normally it isn't  done this way but to hurry up!

  • Letters to the Editor, Jan. 25, 2012

    School board’s sense


  • Letters to the Editor, Jan. 18, 2012

    Parking problem

    Since the Shelby County Judicial Center opened for business, people are parking in the Shelbyville Post Office parking lot, causing many customers to keep riding around the block until there’s a spot open or walking farther to get to the post office.  Many people have been complaining about this.

    I go to the post office every day to mail for my employers, and on Tuesday when I went,  there were no spots open so I had to wait about 5 minutes for a spot to open up.