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Editorials

  • 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.

  • Plenty of summer educational opportunities in area

    TOPIC: Summer educational opportunities
    OUR VIEW: Learning never takes a break

    School has been out of session for only a few weeks, but the opportunity to learn and keep a mind sharp is available for the taking.

    A handful of learning camps for various ages provide youngsters to broaden their knowledge. The opportunity to learn never takes a summer break.

  • Festivals and fun abound locally

    ISSUE: Summer is festival season in Hardin County
    OUR VIEW:
    Get out and enjoy the community

    Ahhh, it’s summer in Hardin County and time to celebrate.

    What makes life in Hardin County so much fun is the numerous festivals and events every year. The smell of barbecue, hot dogs, waffle cones and other delectables is common during the summer months throughout the local communities.

    Summer Blast in Radcliff and BBQ, Blues & Bikes got a jump on the season and set a high standard.

  • Marking success by anniversaries

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    Through a day-long schedule of special activities today at its Radcliff and Louisville campuses, McKendree University celebrates for decades of helping adult and nontraditional students in Kentucky further their education.

    Founded in Lebanon, Illinois, in 1828, then McKendree College had very humble beginnings in Hardin County.

    After starting up classes in Louisville in the late 1973, local classes began to be offered through the U.S. Army’s Elizabethtown recruiting station.

  • $3 million is a lot of money

    ISSUE: Elizabethtown’s tourism revenue
    OUR VIEW: Elected officials should have more say

    You may remember the headline: Restaurant, hotel taxes exceed $3 million.

    Now that’s a lot of money. And while it’s all taxes pulled from folks staying the night in local hotels or buying prepared meals at any restaurant, deli or hamburger stand in Elizabethtown, that big pot of tax revenue has little oversight from elected officials.