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Letters

  • Letters to the Editor: Thanks & RTW

     I would like to take a moment to thank some very generous hearts that have continually volunteered and gathered donations to assist in meeting the needs of those that are in crisis. Sumpatheo Services is a crisis intervention ministry ­— small — but reaching out in a big way for over six years to meet the challenges of those in crisis. 

  • Letters to the Editor: Right to Work

    Supporting RTW

    Last week, the Oldham County Fiscal Court started the process of passing a local Right to Work law for Oldham County. Like many county governments across the state, Oldham County is working to stand out among its peers and create opportunities that bring new jobs and new business to our community.

    This Right to Work ordinance is not a policy against unions. It does not eliminate or limit union representation. Most importantly, it does NOT keep union companies from considering Oldham County as a site for new business.

  • Letters to the Editor Feb. 19

    Homeless count

  • Letters to the Editor: No right to work

    This letter is concerning the so-called “right to work law.” Two weeks ago the Oldham County Fiscal Court was given a presentation by someone named Jim Waters who is the executive director of something called The Bluegrass Institute. There was an article in the Oldham Era covering this. I have several questions and concerns about this.

  • Letters to the Editor Feb. 5

    Proud of the

    community

    As everyone knows, on Sunday, Captain Adam Satterfield was laid to rest at Duncan Memorial Cemetery.

    There is not much most people can do for him or his family at this tragic time, but it was awesome to see so many men, women and children lining Floydsburg Road to show their love and respect for Captain Satterfield and his family. They were standing in bitter cold and rain.

    It truly makes me proud to be a part of this Oldham County Community. Thank you.

    Maxine Klosterman

    Crestwood

  • Letters to the Editor Jan. 29

    Questioning land purchase

    I read in the recent Oldham Era that the Oldham County Board of Education recently purchased two tracts of land (a total of 6.57 acres) in Buckner for $180,030. This is the same Board that claimed to be short on funds and increased taxes on Oldham County residents. Their claim then was that the money was needed for teacher pay increases and school operations.

  • Letter to the Editor: More from Light Up
  • Letter to the editor: Thanks to DDL volunteers

    As the Executive Director of Discover Downtown La Grange, I wanted to take a moment to thank the community leaders, first responders, Public Works, sponsors and volunteers for sharing their holiday time to come together for Light Up La Grange. They worked so hard putting it all together. For me personally, I feel very blessed to have worked with such a great crew of helpers. And wow — what an amazing turnout!

  • Letter to the editor: Light up La Grange

    First let me say that this is something I have never done, but certainly have been tempted when reading letters to the editor. Somehow I have always restrained myself and moved on. But not this time. “Disappointed in Light Up” had to be addressed and a “colossal disappointment” really could not go without saying something.

  • Santa Letters

    Dear Santa,

    How are you doing? My neam is Abigail. I am six. I am a stdut at Harmony Elementary. How are the effs? I wot a love dog for Christmas. I dzrv it bkuss I do the deshis. I wil lev you six ceoos. Medre Christmas.

    Love, Abigail

    Dear Santa,

    How are you doing? My nam is Laurel. I am five yers old. I am a kid at Harmony Elementary. How are your elfs? I want a zmre for Chismas. I dzf it becuz I hlp my momy in the kihn. I like it whn you brg the paznts. Santa I wil giv you three coces with milk. Merry Crismas.

    Love, Laurel