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Editorials

  • Developed by a soldier's wife, program safeguards marriages

    To help
    To make a donation to Operation Faithful Support, contact Jill Bozeman at (502) 942-6453.

    The issue: Operation Faithful Support
    Our view: Providing needed service

    The United States has been at war nearly a decade and as deployments continue, another battle is brewing.

    It’s a fight for marriage.

  • Schwartz: Right man at the right time

    The issue: Garrison Commander departs 
    Our view: Leaving better than he found it

  • Battlefront stories provide insight into sacrifice, struggles

    The issue: Berlin to Baghdad
    Our view: Series honors service

    On the front page today, The News-Enterprise concludes its six-part series paying tribute to servicemen and women and their wartime sacrifices.

  • Coalition addresses issues faced by military families

    The issue: Military Outreach Coalition
    Our view: Red Cross addresses need

    The United States is not alone in its War on Terror, as we often hear about coalition forces fighting side by side with American troops battling bad guys around the world.

  • Hardin County remembers

    The topic: Hardin County's 9/11 Memorial
    Our view: It's a community monument

    Few American tragedies have been as chilling as the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

    Now, nearly 10 years after thousands of lives were taken on American soil, we have an opportunity in Hardin County to always remember and honor those lives with a memorial at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff.

  • Time to get busy

    ISSUE: Recreational activities
    OUR VIEW:
    Much to see and do

  • Get ready to enjoy the Hardin County Fair

    Who’s ready for some good clean family fun?

    The summer tradition of carnival rides, funnel cakes and animal exhibits is about to get under way as the 2011 Hardin County Fair and Horse Show opens Monday.

    The Fair Board has worked hard in planning another fun-filled week, jam-packed with activities and entertainment for folks of all ages. These volunteers are to be commended for making the fair a unique, entertaining experience that is diverse and inviting.

  • Celebrate the local employment picture

    The issue: Local employment
    Our view: Cheer about the report

    Often, the community bemoans bad news but seldom does it celebrate good news.

    It must be human nature. We dwell on problems and take successes for granted.

    Before last week's headlines become this week's recycling, let's pause to shout hooray about the latest unemployment figure and what it says about Hardin County. Still hampered by national economic doldrums, the local community continues to outperform this region, the state and nation.

  • NASCAR comes to Kentucky

    The issue: NASCAR Sprint Cup impact
    Our view: Thank you, Bruton Smith

    It has been a long wait but July 9 is right around turn four and the finish line is in sight.

    Finally, after years of waiting and many lawsuits between the previous owners and NASCAR, the big boys are racing at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night.

  • Good luck and god speed, chief

    TOPIC: Gardner's retirement
    OUR VIEW: He has served us well