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Letters

  • Letters to the Editor: Election support

    Support Feeley

    Oldham County has a great opportunity on Nov. 4 to re-elect a judge that has proven himself to be fair, extremely knowledgeable and effective: Family Court Judge Tim Feeley.

    Judge Feeley represents a lifetime of public service. He is a U.S. Army veteran and was elected to the Oldham County School Board, elected to four terms in the Kentucky House of Representatives and most recently, elected Family Court Judge after he was appointed in 2005.

  • Letters to the Editor Oct. 16

    I wanted to tell others of my experience with Judge Feeley and had intended to do it before any election campaign was going on.

  • Letters to the Editor Oct. 2

    LG&E says thanks

    On behalf of everyone at LG&E and our contract partners, we would like to thank the entire community for your incredible patience and understanding while we made repairs and restored customers’ natural gas service after a section of our pipeline separated on Sept. 17 along US 42.

  • Letter to the Editor Sept. 25

    Kiwanis upset with Fair Board

    Editor’s note: Calls to get comment from Fair Board leadership went unreturned for two weeks.

  • Letters to the Editor Sept. 18

    Concert a great event

    Last Saturday night, La Grange was the winner in oh so many ways! The Rawlings family’s vision of providing La Grange a location for community events was unveiled at the Dedication Concert of the new CityPlace.

  • Letters to the Editor Sept. 11

    No tax increase

  • Letters to the Editor Sept. 4

    Upset at Goshen mayor

    Just a review, I’m a 29-year (fairly-active-in–schools-and-county-management) resident of Oldham/Prospect and I read. Evidently, the City of Goshen Mayor and cohorts passed an amendment to the leash law to include leashing cats? Even this non-roaming cats’ fan found this idea strange. We once tried to put a leash on our small parrot to get it sunshine – it didn’t go well!

  • Letters to the Editor August 26

    More on I-71

  • Letters to the Editor August 21

    Two stories

    Two weeks ago I read in The Oldham Era that the school Superintendent could not manage and needed another increase in taxes. School systems seem to have a hard time finding capable managers. The next time you have an increase in expenses just go to your boss and tell him/her that you are just going to have to start taking from the company. It works for the school superintendent.

  • Letter to the Editor: Fixing Interstate 71

    So what are the residents of Oldham County supposed to do about the problems on Highway 71 north and south? This is the question people are asking themselves on a daily basis.