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Editorials

  • Council vote is about 'why,' not Y

    ISSUE: Zoning change rejected for housing project
    OUR VIEW: It’s not about the YMCA

    The Elizabethtown City Coun­cil recently rejected a zoning change for property at the corner of Pear Orchard Road and Ring Road. Owned by Tim Aulbach, the land is prime real estate within the city limits.

  • Primed for progress

    ISSUE: Elizabethtown’s downtown revitalization
    OUR VIEW: Many deserve thanks for momentum

    Elizabethtown is primed for downtown revitalization. And well it should be, if we believe the results of yet another positive feasibility study.

  • U.S. Army, Fort Knox prepare to listen

    ISSUE: Army plans community listening session
    OUR VIEW: Expect a packed house at The PAC

    Fort Knox is changing.

    That’s been a true statement perhaps for the installation’s entire existence but certainly during the past decade.

  • Get it done in 2015

    ISSUE: Challenges of 2015
    OUR VIEW: We have a lot to finish

    All the presents have been opened and the Christmas meal is history. The ball dropped on schedule and bowl games will last for a few more days.

  • Helping those who give much

    ISSUE: Operation Homefront’s benefits locally
    OUR VIEW
    : Efforts recognize sacrifices of soldiers

    How many times do you think you hear about how Hardin County is such a giving community each year?

    A few times? Maybe dozens?

    Well here’s another one.

  • Charting a course for city’s future

    ISSUE: Economic development in Radcliff
    OUR VIEW: Council is correct to question process

    Before ever taking the oath of office, Mike Weaver is setting the agenda in Radcliff.

    Anxious to fulfill a key elec­tion commitment, the mayor-elect has been moving ahead to hire an economic development specialist.

  • Kenny Tabb set a high standard

    ISSUE: Leaving county clerk’s office after 16 years

    OUR VIEW: Consider Hardin County fortunate

    Sixteen years ago, Kenny Tabb became county clerk. Hardin County residents are fortunate that it became a second career for the retired educator.

  • ‘Never a bad word’

    ISSUE: The legislative career of Rep. Dwight Butler
    OUR VIEW: Service is marked by integrity, consistency and honor

  • Praising legacy of Jimmie Lee

    ISSUE: Jimmie Lee’s legislative term is ending

    OUR VIEW: His service touched countless others

    Jimmie Lee’s legislative career spanned more than two decades and amassed multiple awards for service to his community and his fellow man.

  • Offering thanks to public servant

    ISSUE: Retirement of Sheriff Charlie Williams
    OUR VIEW:
    Hardin County owes a debt of gratitude

    Over the past several weeks, the respectable occupation of law enforcement has been shown very little by some across the country.