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Editorials

  • Jobs make season bright

    ISSUE: Hardin County unemployment rate
    OUR VIEW:
    October snapshot is encouraging

    The latest statistics released by Kentucky’s Education and Workforce Cabinet reflect very good news for Hardin County and Kentucky.

  • It’s never too late to give of yourself

    ISSUE: Take advantage of the opportunity to give

    OUR VIEW: Plenty of areas to help around the area

    Never is the timing more clear for the adage, “It’s better to give than to receive’’ then right now as we inch closer to Christmas.

  • It's never too late to give of yourself

    TOPIC: Take advantage of the opportunity to give
    OUR VIEW: Plenty of areas to help within Hardin County

    Never is the timing more clear for the old adage, "It's better to give than to receive'' then right now as we inch closer to Christmas.

  • Leaving the office for the classroom

    Many careers begin with a passion. That’s true in the field of education.

    Passion for learning and a desire to share fuels the best teachers to greatness. As with other professions, the best of the best get noticed and sometimes find themselves with career opportunities that take them far away from that original passion.

  • Helping others in various ways

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    The recent selling of the first bottle of Boundary Oaks Distillery bourbon became a financial windfall for a charitable organization with a large wingspan of helping others around the county.

    Thanks to an anonymous bidder, Helping Hand of Hope will reap the generosity and receive $28,050 from the auction.

  • What would Gen. Patton do?

    ISSUE: Eliminating museum’s entrance off U.S. 31W
    OUR VIEW: Inconvenience is related to our times

  • Basketball Hall moves forward

    ISSUE: High School Basketball Hall of Fame
    OUR VIEW: Elizabethtown reacts to progress

    Elizabethtown city government is moving toward initiating its commitment to the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame as the organization continues to make fundraising progress.

  • Utility wants more money

    ISSUE: KU proposes 9.6 percent rate increase
    OUR VIEW: Share your opinions with state PSC

    When the basics of life cost more, it follows that there is less to spend on living.

  • Familiar face gets new role

    ISSUE: United Way of Central Kentucky’s new leader
    OUR VIEW
    : Megan Stith is proven and well qualified

  • What to do about Woodland

    ISSUE: Two projects await council’s decision
    OUR VIEW
    : Half a year is long enough to decide

    For six months, plans to expand Hardin Memorial Hosp­ital’s emergency room have sat dormant.