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Editorials

  • Faith in the face of dual tragedies

    ISSUE: Taylor family’s recent tragedies

    OUR VIEW: Community mourns alongside them

    David and Tonya Taylor are enduring what can only be described as the unimaginable.

    In a span of just 12 days, this local couple has laid to rest their two young and vibrant children, both killed in tragic accidents.

  • Ending the feeding may curtail geese visits

    TOPIC: Geese on the loose
    OUR VIEW: No feed zone is the way to go

    Looks like we have ourselves another dilemma at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown with our feathered friends from the north dotting the landscape on a daily basis.

  • 40 years on the trail

    ISSUE: Extending the network of walking trails
    OUR VIEW: Tourism dollars help Greenspace dream

    Long before Ring Road existed and when the U.S. 31W Bypass was no more than a line on a highway engineer’s sketch, some well-meaning Hardin County residents proposed encircling Elizabethtown with a series of walking trails.

  • State moving in right direction

    ISSUE: College degrees on the rise in Kentucky
    OUR VIEW: Good news for state’s future prosperity

    A preliminary report released by Kentucky’s Council on Postsecondary Education estimates college degrees and advanced education credentials earned at public and private colleges and universities are on the rise.

  • Acknowledging excellence by individuals and groups

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    PALMER ON NATIONAL COMMITTEE. Radcliff City Councilman and The Sign of the Dove Church pastor Edward Palmer is on a national committee trying to make a difference in the lives of young people.

  • Something special may just develop at Glen Dale site

    TOPIC: Glen Dale Children's Home property
    OUR VIEW: Auction success erases a sad tale

    For those who have never known what life was once like on New Gilead Church Road, amid the growing grass and weeds of today was nothing more than buildings with shattered windows and decaying structures.

  • Be smart while celebrating

    ISSUE: Fourth of July safety information
    OUR VIEW: Be responsible with fireworks

    The Fourth of July marks the birthday of our great nation and it also represents one of the most dangerous holidays on the calendar.

    The danger isn’t just the number of families that will be traveling to celebrations and this year enjoying a three-day weekend, nor is it limited to the massive amounts of barbecue food that we will consume over the weekend. The danger can come in the form of mishandled fireworks.

  • Best wishes to the Thompsons

    ISSUE: Sharon Thompson retires from Red Cross
    OUR VIEW:
    Thank to both Sharon and Bobby

    Many images come to mind when thinking of the American Red Cross.

  • Kudos: Rescues and heroes

    For many people, our first heroes excel in athletics. Kianna Gray, a junior at North Hardin High School, has the makings of a sports star that others will admire and hope to emulate.

    Gray concluded her sophomore track season by winning three state titles at the Class 3-A KHSAA State Track & Field Championships. In June, she was named the Gatorade Kentucky Girls’ Track & Field Athlete of the Year.

  • Helping parents and preschoolers

    Of all the jobs that life may offer, perhaps the most important carries the fewest qualification.

    The basic requirements for parenthood are physical and genetic. The true job description, however, would require a broad wealth of talents, skills and abilities, not to mention emotional and physiological well-being.

    Parents often feel inadequate when faced with the responsibility of rearing other human beings. The process becomes especially complicated as the school years introduce these tiny people to the world for the first time.