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Editorials

  • Dealing with a deadly drug

    ISSUE: Legislature considers anti-heroin bill
    OUR VIEW:
    Strong messages must be sent now

    Across the country, heroin usage has increased 75 percent over the last five years. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the number of users grew to 335,000.

  • Putting faith in the wind

    ISSUE: Wind Energy Corp.'s pilot project
    OUR VIEW: Well wishes on idea born in E'town

    Hopefully, the winds of innovation are blowing in the direction of Jim Fugitte and his Wind Energy Corp.

  • Service, safety and success

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    Clint Meshew served his country for years in the U.S. military, including in Vietnam. And he hasn’t stopped serving.

    Now in his 70s, the Eliza­bethtown resident has spent nearly 14 years aiding other veterans as they attempt to obtain benefits on the local, state and federal level.

  • Legislature will consider LIFT

    ISSUE: Concept calls for locally voted sales tax
    OUR VIEW: Decision won’t be settled in Frankfort

    If you had $6 million to spend on public improvements, what would you do in Hardin County?

  • Deal closes books on First Federal

    ISSUE: Acquisition of First Federal Savings Bank
    OUR VIEW: Merger provides stability for investors

    While customers and shareholders of First Federal Savings Bank likely didn’t notice the difference, New Year’s Day ushered in change for the bank and its parent company, First Financial Services Corp.

  • UWCK summits search for ideas

    ISSUE: United Way’s January meetings

    OUR VIEW: Valuable contributions of ideas

    The United Way is synonymous with community fundraising. But it is about more.

    United Way of Central Kentucky’s focus is on solutions.

  • Taking action is best way to go

    KUDOS: Praising positives in the community

    When Vine Grove resident Jonathan Lynch saw a Honda Accord leave the roadway, cross through a field and land in a pond, he took action.

  • Right-to-work is right approach

    ISSUE: County's right-to-work ordinance
    OUR VIEW: Strong step forward for worker choice

  • Honor man who makes trolley go

    When Mayor J.J. Duvall awarded John Marshall with the 2014 Volunteer of the Year award Dec. 16, it was a special presentation.

    John Marshall is 74 years old and he is the epitome of what it means to be a volunteer. He cares about his community and about the people that he serves.

  • Saying goodbye to proven leader

    ISSUE: Chris Wilborn's work with United Way
    OUR VIEW: Lasting impact made on region

    Among the traits of any effective leader is a desire to make lasting impact that can be measured and appreciated long after their time at the helm has ended.