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Today's Opinions

  • Paying for city's help at events

    ISSUE: Elizabethtown seeks event reimbursements
    OUR VIEW: Council must consider all impacts of issue

    Elizabethtown City Council is faced with another decision that could impact quality of life in the community.

  • Simple lessons from a super game

    A week has passed and Super Bowl XLIX continues to be a point of conversation.

    This is not the Sports page, but I think there are interesting life lessons that can be derived from what we saw and how we reacted.

    It was a competitive and, therefore, exciting contest throughout. Much of the chatter comes down to a late goal-line decision by the Seattle Seahawks.

  • Feb. 6, 2015: Our readers write

    Addressing reasons behind last letter

    I see where my last letter raised the hackles of a local liberal. Given that she just came back from D.C. to decorate the White House for Christmas, I fully understand why she objected to my reference to the Golf Pro in Chief.

  • Megasite is ready for Volvo

    ISSUE: Auto manufacturer’s interest in Glendale
    OUR VIEW: More ready now than ever before

    Whispers of Volvo’s interest in a North American manufacturing facility centered on hints that Kentucky was in consideration as well as the Carolinas.

  • Be it ever so humble

    TOPIC: Habitat for Humanity’s container project
    OUR VIEW: Organization is a big help for many

    Habitat for Humanity gives hope to people, helping to provide them with a safe roof over their heads. Sometimes it’s the first safe roof they have seen in months or years.

  • Feb. 5, 2015: Our readers write

    Volvo does not change history

  • Try a ‘stop day’ to boost your get-up-and-go needs

    “I’m tired,” my son, Dave, told me.

    He was driving back from Cincinnati again after another long day.

    “You’re too young to get tired,” I responded.

    I’m sure he found about as much comfort in my words as I did when I, at about his age, told my dad I was tired.

  • Another quote to consider

    ISSUE: Operating style in Radcliff city government

    OUR VIEW: Important to seek constructive unison

    The first few weeks of Mike Weaver’s term as Radcliff’s new mayor might easily be summed up by quotations he lauds hanging on his office wall.