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Today's Opinions

  • Coach created John Hardin football as a powerhouse

    TOPIC: Mark Brown's retirement
    OUR VIEW: He has left a firm foundation

    It started on a Friday night on a football field in Bowling Green. That’s when the Mark Brown Era at John Hardin High School began.

    It was Aug. 24, 2001. It was not a pretty night.

  • Jan. 30, 2013: Our readers write

    Ready for new technology

    Jim Waters nailed it in his Jan. 18 column. We need to do everything we can to bring more jobs and the newest technology to Kentucky. AARP doesn’t speak for me or my family: I am not afraid of technology or innovation.

    I don’t need an out-of-touch seniors group standing between me and progress.

  • Starting a new era dealing with real issue

    ISSUE: Habitat's new local director
    OUR VIEW: Has eye on the problem

    The local Habitat for Humanity chapter enters a new era.

    For the first time in its history, the local organization is financially healthy and active enough to justify and pay for a full-time executive director.

    Scott Turner enters the job with a clear appreciation for its importance.

  • Jan. 29, 2013: Our readers write

    Community Winterhelp: Opportunity to support those in need  

    With winter in full swing, our community’s most vulnerable residents can sometimes struggle to pay for essential services such as heat and electricity.

    Louisville Gas and Electric Company partners year-round with nonprofit and community organizations to provide utility bill assistance and weatherization services to help those in need.

    This support is even more critical during cold weather months.

  • Address evil, not legal guns

    ISSUE: New gun control proposals
    OUR VIEW:
    Don't punish the law-abiding

    During his news conference in the wake of the killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, President Obama pushed hard for Congress to quickly enact new and more restrictive gun-control measures. He also signed 23 executive orders positioned as actions to keep our nation’s children safe.

  • Fairness, equity takes backseat to political points

    The General Assembly needs to redistrict. Why’s it so hard?

    The objective is fairness and balance, ensuring that the boundaries contain roughly the same number of voters. When completed effectively, the task will balance the number of Kentuckians served by each senator and each representative based on the 2010 Census.

  • Stop the hate

    THE ISSUE: Equality, acceptance campaign
    OUR VIEW: Student ownership strengthens message

    No one likes a bully.

    It’s an old expression, but a campaign at Central Hardin High School is delivering it in a new ways.

  • Jan. 25, 2013: Our readers write

    Adventure turned tragic

    As I drove down my street recently and stopped at the stop sign on Ky. 1600 to begin my day, I saw two little dogs attempting to cross the road. One was a medium-size Benji-type dog and one was a Jack Russell.

    Best friends out on a big adventure. You could tell by the spring in their step, it was a great morning for an adventure.

    My immediate reaction was, oh no, they are going to get hit.