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Today's Opinions

  • Feeling better at the hospital

    ISSUE: Hardin Memorial Health's financial report
    OUR VIEW: Trustees' patience was well placed

    Hardin County’s community-owned hospital made nearly $6 million in the final six months of 2014.

  • Jan. 28, 2015: Our readers write

    Recycling will protect landfill

  • Shelter gift and local ambassador

    Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter had reason to rejoice last week.

    The local nonprofit organization received a $5,000 contribution from Pets Are Worth Saving, or PAWS, to help pay for the upcoming Spay Hardin County Program. The program aims to reduce the number of unwanted cats in the county.

  • Jan. 27, 2015: Our readers write

    Questions about HCS spending

    I’d like to ramble a little in this letter. I watch “The Rant” segment daily on WHAS-11 News. Many valid, useful and informative points are brought out that people might not otherwise know. The TV station apparently feels the program is an asset to the community as it has been airing it for some years now.

  • One site truly offers free credit reports

    You’ve seen all of the ads for free credit reports on television, you’ve heard them on the radio and you’ve seen them online, but there is only one official website where you really can get your credit report for free.

  • Who will pay for free college?

    ISSUE: President's community college proposal
    OUR VIEW: Careful thought must be given

    “I have no more campaigns to run, I know because I won both of them” was without doubt the most memorable statement in the State of the Union address presented by President Barack Obama on Tuesday night.

  • Jan. 25, 2015: Our readers write

    LIFT initiative is another tax burden

    The Kentucky legislature currently is considering a new tax scheme called LIFT. This is a local-option sales tax initiative that would allow the Chamber of Commerce, special interests and government entities to institute up to a 1 percent additional sales tax in a local area.

  • Looking back on hiring process

    ISSUE: Selection of economic director position

    OUR VIEW: Candidate also was acting as consultant

    As expected, Mayor Mike Weaver hit the ground running after being sworn in as Radcliff’s new top elected official.