Today's Opinions

  • Achievements begin as dreams

    Kudos: Praising positives in our community

    Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary defines achievement as “something that has been done or accomplished through effort, the result of hard work or the quality and quantity of one’s work.”

  • Don’t be trapped by student loan scam

    Fast and easy forgiveness of your student loans! Sound too good to be true? That’s because it is.

    Watch out for scams that entice student loan holders by promising to erase their debt.

    Student loans can be forgiven only under specific circumstances and it’s not fast nor easy. These scammers will take your fee and disappear.

  • Tune in for events

    ISSUE: Hiring an events coordinator in Radcliff
    OUR VIEW: Drama overshadows valuable idea

    Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver wants to recruit and hire a new full-time city events coordinator. It has potential to increase festivity and possibly even finances in the north end of our larger community.

  • May 10, 2015: Our readers write

    Changed view in GOP primary

  • Teachers who made a difference

    TOPIC: National Teacher Appreciation Week
    OUR VIEW: Editorial Board offers personal stories

    We are celebrating National Teacher Appreciation Week this week.

  • May 8, 2015: Our readers write

    Test your memories on political issues

    Judging by a recent letter complaining that Republicans have short memories, it looks like we are hitting the target. I want to assure everyone, this Republican has a long memory. I remember how Democrats will foul things up with poorly thought out policies and then blame the GOP when it blows up in their faces.

  • She knows how you feel but Mom needs to hear ‘I love you’

    Archie Bunker, the proverbial “lovable bigot” of “All in the Family” fame, wasn’t very good at telling his wife, Edith, he loved her.

    In one episode, Edith pauses, furors her brow like she’s really thinking and asks, “Archie, do you love me?”

  • Walking a mile with no shoes

    ISSUE: Community Action Poverty Simulation
    OUR VIEW: Living out life's daily struggles

    If suddenly thrust into poverty, could you survive?

    In order to address the impact of poverty, it’s important to understand it.