April 23, 2014

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Bluegrass Pipeline developers agree to open discussion with the community Print E-mail

Dead Editor,

I owe a debt of gratitude to Judge Bertram and the fiscal court for finally persuading the Bluegrass Pipeline developers to participate in a truly open discussion, directly with the people affected. I urge everyone in our county to attend and seek answers to their questions. Williams/Boardwalk has not been exactly brimming with proposed benefits to our county, or to Kentucky as a whole.

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Local woman discusses LGBT rights Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

Throughout the past several weeks, I’ve watched a debate unfold in the pages of The Falmouth Outlook. The discussions have alternately touched on issues of compassion and tolerance, Christianity, feminism, and LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) rights. While I think that these are all important subjects - and I believe I literally cheered when Patrick Johnson publicly declared that he is a feminist - the one that has stuck with me is the discussion of LGBT rights, a cause that is close to my heart.

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"Ways to bridge the seemingly growing political gap in our great country" Print E-mail

Dead Editor,

I am writing to respond to letters written in the past two editions of The Falmouth Outlook from Owen Collins and Wanda Couch regarding the topics of feminism, marriage equality and other controversial topics. I would like to start by thanking both individuals for their willingness to engage in this meaningful conversation, as dialogue on these issues is of the utmost importance in order to find ways to bridge the seemingly growing political gap in our great country.

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Bluegrass Pipeline propaganda push Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

No doubt you received the Special Project Overview in the mail recently. Mine came today October 3rd. It is a really slick publication full of information that pro-ports to ease the minds of the residents of Kentucky and in particular Pendleton County regarding, in general, the economic benefits and safety of the PROPOSED pipeline.

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Attention: Hospital phone scam Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

It has come to our attention that individuals in the community are receiving phone calls from an 866-218-7985 number with an automated call, identifying itself as "Harrison Memorial Hospital."

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Bluegrass Pipeline marketing in full swing Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

I was saddened and also amused by the full page ad run by Williams et al about the incredible benefits that will accrue to all Kentuckians if we just trust them and let them run their pipeline through our farms and beneath the rivers that supply our drinking water. Let's take their rosy picture of life with the Bluegrass Pipeline and dismantle it point by point.

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Bluegrass Pipeline developers agree to open discussion Print E-mail

Dead Editor,

I owe a debt of gratitude to Judge Bertram and the fiscal court for finally persuading the Bluegrass Pipeline developers to participate in a truly open discussion, directly with the people affected. I urge everyone in our county to attend and seek answers to their questions.

Read more...
 
A local woman's views on the freedom of speech and political correctness Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

Among the most precious of American freedoms is the freedom of speech. I believe this freedom is under attack by a movement called "Political Correctness." It attempts to eliminate opponents by shaming into silence those of differing beliefs and opinions. The self-named “tolerant” define tolerance as “you agree with me.” Objection to a particular behavior or lifestyle now equals hate, and anyone bold enough to voice a differing opinion is labeled a bigot or a racist or is accused of waging war against women.

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People of Pendleton County can help local law enforcement with the drug epidemic Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

Drugs are bad! Our county has a severe problem with this epidemic! We expect our police department to take care of this, but they can only do what the law will allow them to do! I feel that it's time for us as a community to help them! We need to respond to drug trafficking  by informing our police of any activity that we see.

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KET celebrates 45th anniversary Print E-mail

Dear Editor,

When the National Education Act of 1958 was unveiled under President Eisenhower, educational television was identified as playing an important role in providing education opportunities and access to the American people.

KET's founder O. Leonard Press, and supporters across the state worked tirelessly to bring public television to the commonwealth of Kentucky. That dream became a reality 45 years ago when KET signed on for its first broadcast on September 23, 1968.

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