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Editorials

  • Restoring a child's faith in humanity

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    Girl Scouts teach young people about the value of integrity.

    The organization describes it as the foundation of success. The girls learn that integrity is based upon ethical decisions and relies upon building trust through honesty and treating everyone with dignity and respect.

  • Domestic violence deserves attention every day, always

    TOPIC: Families struggle daily with this darkness
    OUR VIEW: We all need to stand up for each other

    Since 1995, October has been recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. But domestic violence needs our attention every minute of every day.

    For many, it’s a matter of life and death.

  • Raising the floor disrupts balance

    ISSUE: Legislature considers minimum wage
    OUR VIEW: Change likely to have unintended results

  • Still time to help United Way drive

    TOPIC: United Way of Central Kentukcky campaign drive
    OUR VIEW: Not too late to help your community

    Like a pack of horses making the final turn and heading for home at the Kentucky Derby, the United Way of Central Kentucky campaign drive is in its home stretch.

  • Warming the body warms the heart

    ISSUE: Community warming shelters in Radcliff and E'town
    OUR VIEW: Accolades for work of public servants

    It’s been cold lately. Very, very cold. Overnight temperatures in Alaska seemed balmy compared to last week’s record-setting arctic chill.

  • Quality people make an impact

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    The greatest asset of this community is its people. Here are four prime examples of excellence.

  • City works on ethics ordinance

    ISSUE: Hodgenville to consider new ethics ordinance
    OUR VIEW: City ready to set expectations in order

    While the former mayor and one-time city clerk sit in jail cells, Hodgenville City Council is putting steps in motion to reconstitute the city’s ethics committee and rebuild its ethics ordinance.

  • Snow heroes

    ISSUE: Struggling and stranded in winter’s worst
    OUR VIEW: Express your thanks for those who help

    Snow heroes were out in full force this week and Hardin County is lucky to have such dedicated individuals.

  • Vine Grove invests in infrastructure

    ISSUE: Vine Grove spends $350,000 on property
    OUR VIEW: Mayor exhibits caution before action

    With snow blanketing the entire community, it’s wise to take cautious, deliberate steps to keep from falling.

    That advice also might describe Blake Proffitt’s approach to leadership.

  • Graduation rates looking up locally

    TOPIC: Local graduation rates improve
    OUR VIEW: Moving numbers forward is vital

    Educators are big on numbers: Percentage of students who are deemed college ready, ACT and SAT scores, drop-out rates. In many ways, school districts reflect sports with its measurements for success.