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Letters

  • Letters to the editor: We need a man like Mitch McConnell in Senate

    Allison Grimes’ ads with negative comments about Mitch McConnell tempted me to write this letter.
    Ms. Grimes sure did a 180 when her popularity fell. She had always supported President Obama’s Democratic agenda but when her little platform started to crumble, she made several comments that she doesn’t support this or that of Obama’s. Now she is trying hard to divorce herself from anything Obama says or does and is attempting to stand on her own merits.

  • Letter to the editor: McConnell will help defeat gay agenda

    America does not have to drift into godless communism.
    Mitch McConnell as minority leader fought tirelessly President Obama’s anti-Christian destruction of the U.S. Constitution.
    As majority leader, Mitch can do more than slow down implementation of President Obama’s promise to “fundamentally change” the American form of government.
    As majority leader, Mitch McConnell will have the power to return America to being a constitution republic, because the majority leader decides which bills get to the floor for a vote.

  • Letter to the editor: Leslie Knight should be next circuit judge

    To the voters of the 15th Circuit, Grant, Owen and Carroll counties:
    I wish to thank all of you whole voted for me in  the May primary election for circuit judge. I am honored and grateful for your support. My family and I worked hard, and a special thanks to my daughters Klaire, Alyssa, Darcy and Lauren for walking so many miles and knocking on all those doors.

  • Letter to the editor: West points to city’s accomplishments

    I would like to announce my candidacy for re-election for mayor of the city of Owenton.
    I have done what I said I would do four years ago and more.
    We have resurfaced 21 streets. We have had 12 houses torn down, one of which had been condemned since 2005 plus one car garage and one small building.
    We have cut our regular budget by $100,000 a year plus some salaries that were too high.
    Six sections of land have been annexed into the city limits in the last 20 years that are now certified at the secretary of state.

  • Letter to the editor: Volunteers appreciate community’s support of Morgan tournament

  • Letter to the editor: Sipple will focus on family as councilman

    My name is Milford Sipple and I’m announcing my candidacy for Owenton City Council.
    I have lived most of my life in Owen County and have raised my family here. My eldest daughter Stacey Sipple Long is the director of the Owenton Senior Center. My youngest daughter, Robbyn Sipple Wainscott, is the accounts payable clerk for the Owen County Board of Education. I also have two grandchildren who attend the Owen County School System.

  • Letter to the editor: Bess will bring new energy to Owen Co. sheriff’s office

    I want to encourage people to get out and vote on Nov. 4.
    I agree with our Owen County Clerk Laurie Stivers that it is a shame we did not have a better turnout for the Sept. 16 election.
    Now that the alcohol vote is over, I agree with you in that our community needs to focus our energy on fighting the battle on drugs in our county.
    I believe one step we can take in that direction is to vote for Mark Bess for Owen County Sheriff on Nov. 2.

  • Letter to the editor : Tackett will make great state representative

    Chuck Tackett is a local Scott County farmer and magistrate running for state representative for the 62nd District which includes Scott and Owen counties. Without a doubt, Chuck Tackett is the most qualified man to represent us in Frankfort.
    I have known Chuck for many years. He has always been a dear friend to my family, a leader among our farmers, and rock for the community as a whole.

  • Letters to the editor | Oct. 21, 2015

    Editor:
    Voters who are eligible to vote for third-district vacancy for Owen County Board of Education on Nov. 3, 2015: This letter is to endorse Kae Crenshaw for the vacant seat of District 3 of Owen County Board of Education.

  • Letters to the Editor | Walker took pride in cleaning position

    Editor:

    “Unfortunately as elected officials we are forced to make tough decisions. This is one of the toughest ...” This statement was made by our Judge/Executive, Casey Ellis, in response to eliminating the cleaning position filled by Regina Walker. If it was such a tough decision why did he not choose to cut his own salary or office budget?