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Editorials

  • West Point School growing leaders

    ISSUE: Solid programs growing
    OUR VIEW: Praise deserved

  • Generaton Y bother?

    ISSUE: Work ethic program enrollment

    OUR VIEW: Low participation indicative of program’s necessity

    Friday, Aug. 30, was the deadline for students to enroll in Hardin County School’s new work ethic certification. Of 975 seniors eligible to participate this year, 195 enrolled. It’s good to see nearly 200 HCS seniors had the impetus to sign up for what promises to be a very worthwhile experience in their final year of high school.

  • Step out to honor first responders

    ISSUE: Tuesday’s parade for 9/11 heroes

    OUR VIEW: Community should show appreciation

    It’s been a dozen years since terrorists attacked America by hijacking commercial airliners to create a series of flying missiles. Lives were destroyed and our sense of security stolen.

  • HMH environment is moving on up

    ISSUE: HMH “roof raising” celebration
    OUR VIEW:
    North Tower is another step in improvement

    Hardin Memorial Hospital administrators and trustees have been planning and working on a variety of actions within a comprehensive multi-year master plan geared toward gains in physician recruitment and retention, improvement of patient services and enhancement of hospital facilities. Details of the next step in the plan were unveiled during a recent ceremony on hospital grounds.

  • Oldham leads by example

    TOPIC: County attorney’s honor
    OUR VIEW:
    A long road to award

    It certainly is not why Jenny Oldham became a county attorney, but her recent recognition as Kentucky’s County Attorney of the Year is a nice acknowledgement of the work she has accomplished in a short time on the job.

    Elected in 2010, Oldham has made noticeable changes.

  • Fort Knox gains LDAC

    Outside the U.S. Army, it is likely Operation Warrior Forge is unfamiliar to most in the community. But for those in leadership inside the post’s gates and members of the CORE Committee, it has been an important target for addition to Fort Knox for many years. Last week’s announcement that the training program is coming to our local Army post was welcome news for many who have worked for this cause for quite a long period of time.

  • Hats off to honorees and those who helped

    ISSUE:Honoring lives of achievement

    OUR VIEW:School district’s impact seen

    As Hardin County Schools added 10 honorees to its list of Distinguished Alumni last Thursday, the ceremony again proved to be a reflection of the importance of education.

    Great things happen daily in local schools. The full impact of those accomplishments may not be fully evident until the seeds sown take root and blossom in the lives of graduates.

  • Water District’s offer deserves consideration

    ISSUE: Elizabethtown’s municipal water system
    OUR VIEW: Time to decide about the future

    Chemistry brought the question to the table. Issues of community growth and development make it significant. Financial decisions may settle it.

    For about two years, Hardin County Water District No. 2 has been asking the City of Elizabethtown — its wholesale customer — to make a decision about changing the treatment process used to clean its tap water.

  • Off the screen

    ISSUE: “The Butler” not showing in Hardin County
    OUR VIEW: Theater owner puts principles first

  • Heartland Festival gets a thumbs up

    TOPIC: Heartland Festival 2013
    OUR VIEW:
    From rides to concert, it was a winner

    Heartland Festival in the Park is back where it rightly belongs among area festivals as one of the best this region has to offer.

    More than 15,000 people attended last weekend's event at Freeman Lake Park, taking in everything from rides to sno-cones, a reptile zoo to a concert. And much, much more.