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Editorials

  • United Way collections do not exceed needs

    TOPIC: United Way fundraising
    OUR VIEW: Don't stop giving now

    No goal, no problem.

    For United Way of Central Kentucky, the decision not to set a fundraising benchmark seems, thus far, to be paying off handsomely. For only the third time in its fund-raising history, United Way has surpassed the $1 million mark.

  • HMH, Sports Park make deal good for both

    ISSUE: HMH supports the Sports Park
    OUR VIEW: A win-win agreement

    Hardin Memorial Health has taken an active role in sponsorship of the Elizabethtown Sports Park and in doing so it took another step toward protecting its territory while supporting the community.

    The new sponsorship agreement involves income for the facility plus provides medical services for events. Inevitably, the sponsorship will translate into direct business for HMH. All in all, it’s not a bad deal for the sports park or HMH.

  • What's next for downtown?

    ISSUE: Alcohol and E'town's historic district
    OUR VIEW: Turn to other solutions

  • Welcome home is one praise point

    TOPIC: Good news abound
    OUR VIEW: There's something for everyone to applaud

    As wives, husbands, girlfriends, boyfriends, sons, daughters, moms, dads and grandparents anxiously waited Saturday, about 200 soldiers were just as anxious, just minutes away from an emotional return to their loved ones.

    The 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command is back at Fort Knox following a nine-month deployment.

  • Blurry lines

    ISSUE: Legislative redistricting
    OUR VIEW: Politics clouds the process

    Kentucky’s Senate and House legislative districts need to be redrawn to reflect results of the 2010 Census. It’s only fair.

    But government business in Frankfort is not about fairness.

  • Making the grade

    ISSUE: New HCS preschool classes
    OUR VIEW:
    Preschool offers advantages now and into the future

    Thanks to money made available through the federal Title I program, not to mention considerable hard work in planning invested by local early childhood educators and administrators, two new preschool classes are opening in the Hardin County Schools.

  • Huge to-do list, limited time

    ISSUE: Tax reform
    OUR VIEW:
    It will take a special session

    Gov. Steve Beshear’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Tax Reform recently concluded its work and on Dec. 17 issued a 453-page report. It includes recommendations that, if adopted, would increase revenue to state government by some $650 million in the first year.

    The report includes more than 50 recommendations that run the gamut from esoteric accounting measures to lowering personal income tax rates for most Kentuckians, even high-income earners.

  • Good things happening for U of L football

    TOPIC: Louisville football's future
    OUR VIEW: Best is yet to come

  • Sharing appreciation

    TOPIC: Goodwill and good times
    OUR VIEW: Delivering some thank yous

    You never really know if an idea is good or bad until you try it.

    So we applaud the foresight offered last week by Elizabethtown Events Coordinator Sarah Vaughn by offering New Year's eve and day events for Hardin Countians.

  • Things are changing at the Justice Center

    ISSUE: New commonwealth attorney begins
    OUR VIEW: Shane Young's vibrancy is needed

    Things are about to change at the Justice Center.