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Editorials

  • Tune in for events

    ISSUE: Hiring an events coordinator in Radcliff
    OUR VIEW: Drama overshadows valuable idea

    Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver wants to recruit and hire a new full-time city events coordinator. It has potential to increase festivity and possibly even finances in the north end of our larger community.

  • Teachers who made a difference

    TOPIC: National Teacher Appreciation Week
    OUR VIEW: Editorial Board offers personal stories

    We are celebrating National Teacher Appreciation Week this week.

  • Walking a mile with no shoes

    ISSUE: Community Action Poverty Simulation
    OUR VIEW: Living out life's daily struggles

    If suddenly thrust into poverty, could you survive?

    In order to address the impact of poverty, it’s important to understand it.

  • Celebrate with America’s heroes

    ISSUE: Hooray for Heroes 10th anniversary
    OUR VIEW: Don’t miss this year’s Vietnam tribute

    May 16 is an opportune time for Hardin County to come together in Radcliff to express gratitude for all that our military and first responders and their families do in service to our community and nation.

  • Achievements reflect dedication

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    The Elizabethtown Police Department once again has stepped up to support a good cause.

  • Hooray for Hendrickson

    ISSUE: Ribbon cutting and expansion announcement
    OUR VIEW: Many deserve praise for this achievement

    In March 2014, Hendrickson USA broke ground on its third Kentucky manufacturing plant on about 30 acres off North Black Branch Road on Elizabethtown’s west side.

  • Kentucky shines bright

    ISSUE: Time once again for the Kentucky Derby
    OUR VIEW: It’s an opportunity for us to shine

    Kentucky is a very special state steeped in tradition. It’s known for bluegrass, bourbon, basketball and this one little horse race that the world affectionately knows as “The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports.”

  • Museum access is first priority

    ISSUE: Permanent site for Vietnam Wall replica
    OUR VIEW: Patton Museum is not only viable site

  • Keeping memory alive with care

    TOPIC: Celebrating Isaiah Alonso
    OUR VIEW: Youngsters legacy grows each year

    It has been nearly five years since Cheryl and Vinnie Alonso lost their son, Isaiah, to lymphoma.

    In their grief and devastation, they have turned much of their attention to helping others. Just like Isaiah would have wanted.

  • More success for Trojan Band family

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    North Hardin High School Band continues to enjoy outstanding success.