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Today's Opinions

  • Investing time with Radcliff First

    ISSUE: Luncheon meeting in Radcliff
    OUR VIEW: Good way to spend midday

    Whether you’re operating a business in Radcliff, interested in doing business in Radcliff or curious about the state of business in Radcliff, you should be at a midday meeting today at Colvin Community Center.

  • Beasley family knows value of education and ECTC

    By JOYCE BEASLEY
    Guest columnist

    My mom determined that all of my brothers and sisters would attend college or some other form of higher learning after high school. I could hear the finality in my Mom’s voice that high school was not our last stop in the educational world.

  • Reasons to laugh in a season of sadness

    Most of us know what it’s like to laugh at the wrong time.

    The character Ray Barone in the sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond” got himself in a peck of trouble when his wife Debra confided in him that her parents were getting a divorce. Typical of Raymond, instead of being empathic, he found the situation laughable and couldn’t restrain his snicker.

    Debra made him pay severely for his faux pas.

  • Feb. 19, 2013: Our readers write

    Hymes will be missed

    Sorry to read Dr. William Hymes is leaving Hardin Memorial Hospital. He has helped by husband and our friends so much.

    Hardin County will miss him. Dr. Hymes is a wonderful doctor.

    Jeannette Rogers

    Elizabethtown

     

    Regarding choice in education

  • Praise for cooperation

    ISSUE: Three special acknowledgments
    OUR VIEW: Road name, dental care and Scouting

    The name might seem unfamiliar now, but motorists heading north or south through the most populated parts of Hardin County will someday know Patriot Parkway just as well as U.S. 31W.

  • Feb. 18, 2013: Our readers write

    Column misunderstands meaning

    The column by Steve Chapman, in The News-Enterprise for Friday, Feb. 15, illustrates the complete lack of understanding by many opinion writers of what the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States says and means.

    The Amendment states: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

  • Night at the gym had many special characteristics

     

    The final home game of the basketball season is always special.

    Last Friday, I happened to be in the stands as North Hardin closed out its 2012-13 home schedule. Because it was Senior Night, special ceremonies were held to honor 12th-graders on the home team.

  • No winners in plan to cut child care assistance

    ISSUE: Child care assistance cuts
    OUR VIEW: Plan hurts families, won’t help Kentucky

    Many struggling Hardin County families soon will lose a lifeline as the Kentucky Department of Community Based Services slashes its budget for child care assistance.