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Today's Opinions

  • Cherishing the moments and mementos of Christmas

    As a child growing up in Summit, age 4 or 5, I remember walking a short distance with my mother to visit my Aunt Belle on Christmas Eve night and a miracle happened. When we returned home, Santa had been there with toys, fruit, orange slice candy and a big peppermint  stick.

  • Cherishing the moments and mementos of Christmas

    As a child growing up in Summit, age 4 or 5, I remember walking a short distance with my mother to visit my Aunt Belle on Christmas Eve night and a miracle happened. When we returned home, Santa had been there with toys, fruit, orange slice candy and a big peppermint  stick.

  • Dec. 16, 2012: Our readers write

    Good people still exist

    After moving here in 2006 to be near my 87-year-old mother, I purchased a modest home, then decided I would have a new home built and move my mother in with me.

  • Exploring idea of public transit

    ISSUE: Public transportation forum
    OUR VIEW:
    First step toward a difficult and potentially costly goal

    Hardin County residents who’ve long desired access to local public transportation have an opportunity to attend a forum on the topic Monday afternoon.

  • Keeping alive the story of one D-Day survivor

    This December weekend is becoming a second Veterans Day here in Hardin County.

    It started four years ago with the Wreaths Across America observance at the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff. This year, more than 2,500 grave sites received a wreath of honor.

    Later on Saturday, the second official ceremony at the new Hardin County Veterans Tribute honored all branches of service by placing commemorative wreaths at the monument’s statues.

  • 'Fiscal cliff' issues could rock local schools

    Much has been made about the fiscal cliff that is threatening our nation’s financial security. We all should be alarmed about the possible outcomes should we “fall” off the cliff. Our pocket books, our homes and our businesses will be drastically affected.

  • 12 days to a merry, free-market Christmas

    On the day I’m writing this, there are exactly 12 days until old St. Nick reveals his decision about which Kentucky legislators and judges have been naughty and which are nice.

    So I decided to try some good old-fashioned political caroling to express my wishes – and those of a growing number of Kentuckians – for a more prosperous and competitive commonwealth in the days to come.

    All who have “less government and more freedom” on your Christmas wish list, sing with me – don’t be shy:

  • Escaping from the dark side of Christmas

    he Christmas holidays for most people are filled with the joy and excitement of presents, Christmas trees, meals, family and friends.

    But for some, the holidays can be a sad and depressing time filled with broken relationships, loneliness and pain. Hearing other people talk about the joy of the season does not go over well with those facing shattered dreams which have overshadowed life and stolen joy.