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Today's Opinions

  • Unforgiving nature of the Internet

    The Internet, that daily source of information upon which so many of us depend for so much — from the daily news to updates on friends and their status — cannot only be an avenue offering help for today and even hope for tomorrow, but also unfortunately, an escort to our demise, bouncing us along the boulevard of broken dreams, pointing us finally to the exit ramp that lands us in a parking lot bounded by past mistakes.

  • Living in a world of imagination

    As a child, our oldest daughter had an imaginary roomful of children: Patti, Terri, Kimmy, Vicki and baby Edward.

    Whenever we traveled, all five climbed in the car. You had to hold the door until the imaginary kids all got in or the real child would shout frantically. It was cute ... the first few dozen times.

  • Jan. 20, 2013: Our readers write

    Check off for your party

  • Waiting on details of hospital's plans

    ISSUE: Hardin Memorial Health's master facilities plan

    OUR VIEW: Once made public, HMH should seek feedback

    During a panel discussion at a recent Hardin County Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Judge-Executive Harry Berry spoke in general terms about a multi-year master facilities improvement plan currently in development for Hardin Memorial Hospital.

  • Focus on Finance: IRS delays tax filing start

    Question: What’s the earliest I can file my income tax return?

  • Jan. 18, 2013: Our readers write

    School Board Recognition Month

    In January, Kentucky and many other states observe School Board Recognition Month, acknowledging school board members for the leadership they demonstrate and the many hours they invest as links between the community and its schools. For their individual and collective dedication, our school community is honoring these men and women during this month-long tribute.

  • United Way collections do not exceed needs

    TOPIC: United Way fundraising
    OUR VIEW: Don't stop giving now

    No goal, no problem.

    For United Way of Central Kentucky, the decision not to set a fundraising benchmark seems, thus far, to be paying off handsomely. For only the third time in its fund-raising history, United Way has surpassed the $1 million mark.

  • HMH, Sports Park make deal good for both

    ISSUE: HMH supports the Sports Park
    OUR VIEW: A win-win agreement

    Hardin Memorial Health has taken an active role in sponsorship of the Elizabethtown Sports Park and in doing so it took another step toward protecting its territory while supporting the community.

    The new sponsorship agreement involves income for the facility plus provides medical services for events. Inevitably, the sponsorship will translate into direct business for HMH. All in all, it’s not a bad deal for the sports park or HMH.