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Editorials

  • Good efforts deserve a round of applause

    ISSUE: Kudos here and there

    OUR VIEW: Positives around the county

    Four students at T.K. Stone Middle School deserve extra credit for going above and beyond for an opportunity in their environmental issues class.

    Hannah Butler, Riley Eriksen, Rachel Goff and Rhianna Clemons worked on an awareness project about the risks of idle engines, leading the cause to improve air quality.

  • Making an impact, not just a goal

    The Issue: United Way campaign

    Our View: Issue focus engages community

  • Veterans put a face to new facility

    TOPIC: Radcliff Veterans Center
    OUR VIEW:
    Vets put a face to the facility

     

    Leading up to a recent groundbreaking ceremony, we had heard plenty about a new $40 million veterans nursing center planned off Logsdon Parkway in Radcliff.

    We knew it was scheduled to be completed in April of 2015 and what was planned for a facility. For example, not only would there be 120 beds, but surroundings that would feel like home for its residents.

  • The flu and you

    ISSUE: Flu season approaches
    OUR VIEW:
    Get your shot early

    The Centers for Disease Control reports more than 200,000 people in the United States are hospitalized each year because of the flu. Sadly, the agency also reports 23,000 die annually from influenza complications.

    Unlike autumn, the flu season has no set starting or ending date. For most Kentuckians, it can arrive as early as October and run as late as May.

  • Liens risk credibility

    ISSUE: E’town councilman’s outstanding liens
    OUR VIEW: Pay up and move forward

    About four months ago, Elizabethtown City Council adopted a lien amnesty program, looking to unload some items from the city’s books and provide relief for residents who couldn’t pay. Under the new policy, the city can waive lien less than $500 on property that has been maintained without violations for five years or longer.

  • Thanks for making positive impacts

    ISSUE: Opportunities for praise
    OUR VIEW: Making a difference

  • Area festivals are many

    TOPIC: Community festivals
    OUR VIEW:
    Area has something for everyone

  • Learning in a foreign language

    ISSUE: Students learning English
    OUR VIEW: Peers play significant role

    At Radcliff Elementary School, a second-grade student has stepped up as a translator, providing tremendous support to a fellow classmate and her teacher.

    While teacher Kelly Everhart has worked with a variety of students who were learning English as a second language, Jenny Mata-Oliva is the first of her students not to speak any English.

  • Like him or not, Pitino is a Hall of Famer

    TOPIC: Pitino in Hall of Fame
    OUR VIEW:
    Coach has flourished in college game

  • Oh, the places you'll go

    ISSUE: Library Card Signup Month
    OUR VIEW:
    It’s one smart card

    A library card is magical. Besides bringing you into the brick-and-mortar place where there are books, magazines, newspapers, videos, DVDs, audio books, community bulletin boards and computers, it is a key. It can be the key to your past, present and future.

    With a library card, you can explore “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” and go “Around the World in 80 Days.”