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Resident troubled by lack of care on vacant lot
I am writing concerning a vacant lot located in Twin Oaks Estate Subdivision on Ky. 192 just outside the city limits.
Congratulations to Gaines, South Laurel softball team
Congratulations to Emily Gaines, her teammates and coaches for the amazing performance she has had this season for South Laurel’s girls’ softball team. It’s inspiring to see young people from this area perform so well in tough competition.
Candidates: Please recycle your campaign signs
This letter is to thank you for the interest you have expressed in our community by being willing to run for public office.
Response to Prom Project ‘overwhelming’
The First Presbyterian Church’s missions team would like to thank local residents and businesses for their contributions to the second annual Prom Project. Last year, 45 dresses were collected and 26 were given away. The response this year was overwhelming. More than 250 gowns were donated. As of May 7, about 150 dresses were given away so Laurel County teens could attend proms this year.
Johnson a quality leader on KACo board
“There never has been any question about the value KACo provides Kentucky.” Those were the words of Kentucky State Auditor Crit Luallen when she spoke at the Kentucky Association of Counties’ Board of Directors orientation meeting recently.
Take a stand against underage drinking
We are nearing the time where many young people will celebrate a lifetime of accomplishments as they graduate from high school and move toward their life goals. Family and friends will gather together for a festive occasion to commemorate this awesome milestone.
Thank you to all who supported FFA alumni
The Laurel County FFA Alumni would like to thank those individuals, businesses and organizations that supported our recent fundraising event held at the London Community Center.
South Laurel horticulture class, teacher, make spring an even brighter time
Spring has come, and summer is looming just around the corner. After a long winter, we anticipate the beauty of graceful green ferns perched on their lofty pedestals, or hanging in the shade, their long fronds gently flowing in the breeze. Lush, red pots of geraniums bask in the sun on our porches, and multicolored impatiens and petunias add vivid color to the landscape.
Economic development expansion needed
As the economy improves, our community should position ourselves for the future.
Sheriff’s account of UNITE meeting inaccurate
I want to correct misleading information contained in a news story aired on WKYT television Wednesday, March 17, entitled “Deputies stop attack during drug deal.”
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