Today's Opinions

  • April 19, 2015: Our readers write

    9/11 Memorial will move ahead

    We of the Kentucky September 11th Memorial Board would like to express our humble appreciation to the Radcliff/Fort Knox Convention and Tourism Commission for its generous gift which will allow us to complete the work started four years ago this month — the Kentucky September 11th Memorial.

  • Celebrating with laughter

    Maybe it was the upbeat nature of the evening, but the program celebrating Boundary Oak Distillery’s economic development announcement included a couple serious belly laughs.

  • April 17, 2015: Our readers write

    Consumers will pay for mistakes

    It was disturbing to read about the controversy with Nolin RECC and Fort Knox. It appears Nolin was wrong because of, as the story said, improper billing.

  • Confronting a real issue

    ISSUE: HCS offering substance abuse program
    OUR VIEW:It’s an important addition for students

    Hardin County Schools and Our Lady of Peace Hospital are joining forces to provide students and their families a place to turn when confronting substance and alcohol abuse.

  • Pride in Radcliff drives clean-up

    TOPIC: Radcliff clean-up
    OUR VIEW: The help of many goes a long way

    A harsh winter can leave some unsightly views around any town.

  • April 15, 2015: Our readers write

    Hard to believe in nuclear deal

    I have no idea why the U.S. would have any hope that the Iranian government would honor any agreements with us. Their most consistent policy towards the West seems to be “Death to the America” or “Death to Israel.”

  • Sustaining our home

    ISSUE: EarthFest 2015 activities locally
    OUR VIEW: Sponsors providing many opportunities

    This week, Elizabethtown Com­­munity and Technical College and the Hardin County Earthcare Collaboration present EarthFest 2015: Sustaining Our Earth, Our Home.

  • Honoring No. 5 in a noble manner

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    Brianna Taylor, who graduated last June from Elizabethtown High School, played a lot of softball in her young life. More than hits and runs, she also scored by making friends.