Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor and Disabled Citizens,

Metcalfe County Warning What I am saying here has nothing to do with the run for Sheriff, but I need help. I am 85 years old and had to put my wife in NHC with Alzheimer’s, so I was staying with my daughter. In June, my house was broken into and the gas was stolen…

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Letter to the Editor – EPB Rates & TVA

Dear Editor, At the August Glasgow EPB board meeting the Superintendent Billy Ray presented 2 items to the board. One being the signing of a new contract with TVA with a 3.1% discount that will require a 20 year notice to leave them, currently it requires a 5 year notice to leave them. The most…

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Re: Herald-News 28 August issue

A very long and very strident letter found in our latest Metcalfe County newspaper attacked the local Republican Party for the manner in which a candidate was chosen for the upcoming sheriff election. The writer is self-proclaimed to be a lifelong member of the Republican Party. He went into great detail explaining the duties of…

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Letter to the Editor

November 2016 was a major turning point for America. Upon the election of Donald J. Trump, the course of America has turned away from denying God, abortion as a Right, infringement on the Inherent Rights of American citizens back to God, jobs, and freedom. Despite constant attacks by the press, President Trump has energized American…

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Where were you Judge Stilts and Clerk Garrett?

The Metcalfe County Republican Party committee did nothing wrong in choosing a candidate for Sheriff. This falls on Circuit Court Clerk Tommy Garrett and County Judge/Executive Harold Stilts. Clerk Garrett was asked on two separate occasions to be a member of this committee as it was being formed. I went to his office twice to…

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Someone that cares more for Metcalfe county citizenry than the MCRPC

I just received word of recent actions taken in Metcalfe County Kentucky by the Metcalfe County Republican Party Committee. “The Republican Committee selected the committee’s secretary, Charles Costello, to run for sheriff on the Republican ticket.” Let me see if I have this straight, the MCRPC chose a sitting member to put on the ballot.…

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A Republic, If You Can Keep It

On April 14th, 1865, in the Mary Surratt Boarding House in Washington, D.C., less than 15 miles from Ford’s Theatre, John Wilkes Booth met behind closed doors with Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt. Soon to leave his residency in the White House for Ford’s Theatre was the first Republican President of the United…

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The Little Town with A Big Heart

“The Little Town with A Big Heart” was in fine form on May 11, 2019. Summer Shade celebrated the second annual Founders’ Day. The pride from those who were presenting, performing, or just there soaking it all in was evident as people took picture after picture of the folks and the town they love. What…

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