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Today's Opinions

  • Jan. 25, 2013: Our readers write

    Adventure turned tragic

    As I drove down my street recently and stopped at the stop sign on Ky. 1600 to begin my day, I saw two little dogs attempting to cross the road. One was a medium-size Benji-type dog and one was a Jack Russell.

    Best friends out on a big adventure. You could tell by the spring in their step, it was a great morning for an adventure.

    My immediate reaction was, oh no, they are going to get hit.

  • Don't get behind this guy in the drive-thru

     

    Perhaps this experience will seem familiar to you.

    You are going through the drive-thru at a fast-food restaurant. You obviously made the choice to use the drive-thru because you were hungry and limited on time.

  • Jan. 24, 2013: Our readers write

    Hidden biotech perks

  • The flu battle begins with you

    TOPIC: Influenze outbreak
    OUR VIEW: Not too late to start the fight

    It can come on with a rush or a whimper.

    And then soon enough, the flu bug has taken over your household. Flu season is upon us and its grip on our health not only can be nagging, but long lasting.

  • Roads matter in Hardin County

    ISSUE: Expanding the roadways
    OUR VIEW: It's a balancing act

    Hardin County’s recent history has plenty of bright spots and growth is evident throughout our communities.

    Elected officials hit the highlights at a recent Hardin County Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

  • Jan. 23, 2012: Our readers write

    Danger in complacency

    Complacency and greed of some Americans are allowing our freedoms to disappear one by one. Why don’t we just open our country, let our guns be taken away, be killed because of our religious belief let our country be in turmoil and us be brutalized because we have different religious beliefs. We will be like Third World countries.

  • Measures of achievements

    ISSUE: Fair, family and music
    OUR VIEW: Worthy of praise

    Considering today’s temperatures, summer seems a long way off. But the Hardin County Community Fair has been stealing headlines lately.

    It recently was honored as Kentucky’s most aggressive fair from the Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. The award recognizes a significant increase over the previous year in entries and exhibits.

  • Jan. 22, 2012: Our readers write

    On Martin Luther King Jr.