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Today's Opinions

  • Still time to help United Way drive

    TOPIC: United Way of Central Kentukcky campaign drive
    OUR VIEW: Not too late to help your community

    Like a pack of horses making the final turn and heading for home at the Kentucky Derby, the United Way of Central Kentucky campaign drive is in its home stretch.

  • Warming the body warms the heart

    ISSUE: Community warming shelters in Radcliff and E'town
    OUR VIEW: Accolades for work of public servants

    It’s been cold lately. Very, very cold. Overnight temperatures in Alaska seemed balmy compared to last week’s record-setting arctic chill.

  • Quality people make an impact

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    The greatest asset of this community is its people. Here are four prime examples of excellence.

  • Grab a shovel and cut a path toward freedom

    With each slash of the snow shovel, I freed up one more inch of space, making room for my garage door to open so I could determine if I could drive out.

    In less time than I thought it would take, (and more back pain than I anticipated) I was ready to put the car in reverse and attempt a test run down my driveway.

  • City works on ethics ordinance

    ISSUE: Hodgenville to consider new ethics ordinance
    OUR VIEW: City ready to set expectations in order

    While the former mayor and one-time city clerk sit in jail cells, Hodgenville City Council is putting steps in motion to reconstitute the city’s ethics committee and rebuild its ethics ordinance.

  • Snow heroes

    ISSUE: Struggling and stranded in winter’s worst
    OUR VIEW: Express your thanks for those who help

    Snow heroes were out in full force this week and Hardin County is lucky to have such dedicated individuals.

  • Feb. 20, 2015: Our readers write

    Radcliff needs a job infusion

    I have many friends living in Radcliff and served many finance-related legal papers there in my more than 16-year career as a deputy sheriff.

  • KCTCS offers affordable education options now

    While lawmakers, higher education leaders and political pundits debate the feasibility of America’s College Promise — President Obama’s proposal for tuition-free community college — somewhere in Kentucky a graduating senior or a working adult wonder whether they can afford to go to college.