Thursday, December 10, 2009

Top Story of 2009

It is time for the staff here at the Standard to pick the top story of 2009.

We wondered, what do you think is the top story in Todd County for 2009?

Was it the ice storm, the IRS freezing the sheriff's accounts, the laptops arriving at the high school... we had a list of about 20 more.

What do you think? What should be the top story... or give us your top 10 list.


Anonymous Clifty1967 said...

Ice Storm and our local heros...Thank God for them!

4:06 PM, December 10, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ice Storm
Sheriff and his endless antics

4:51 AM, December 11, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ice Storm; The power service employees and emergency workers who saw us thru

8:13 AM, December 11, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its not a top story, but the emergency workers in the county often go unmentioned. I believe the DES coordinator has some volunteers who help him, and we all hear the rescue squad out at all hours of the night. It might be nice to mention the sometimes overlooked departments that keep us safe. Just my opinion..

8:33 AM, December 11, 2009  
Blogger Elkton1974 said...

I agree with everyone else. The emergency workers from EMS, ambulance, fire, and officers need more recognition than what we give them. WE LOVE YOU!!!!

8:59 AM, December 11, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amen. Our emergency personnel are all to often under appreciated. We have three outstanding police dept.'s, a very caring ambulance service, and a wealth of knowledgable volunteers on our fire Depts. Not to mention our rescue squad that runs around the clock.... All volunteers!!!!!!! You guys are awesome and we're grateful for all you do!!!!

9:58 AM, December 11, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TOP STORY 2009 : Ice storm of 2009 no question about it.The statewide ice storm will probably make it the top news story for 2009 for the state of kentucky.

3:06 AM, December 23, 2009  
Anonymous Samantha said...

We also need to give attention to our school bus drivers, jail workers, police officers, and deputies that work everyday risking their lives for our community.

3:32 PM, January 22, 2010  
Blogger Cop1 said...

Thank you Samantha

3:08 PM, February 02, 2010  

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