Today's Opinions

  • Providing hope when hope fades

    ISSUE: Adoption creates forever families
    Hargises have hearts for others

    If you are to know only one thing about Lorie and Dwain Hargis, it’s this: they care about the lives of others.

    Parents to two grown children, they now have welcomed four adopted children into their family in the last 15 months.

  • From teddy bears to notable athletes

    RIDING FOR THE CHILDREN. Veterans from American Legion Hardin Post 113 continue to give back to the community.

    Recently, local American Legion Riders concluded the second Teddy Bear Ride by delivering nearly 300 teddy bears to Hardin Memorial Health’s pediatric unit, Hardin County’s EMS service and the Kentucky State Police.

  • Aug. 11, 2015: Our readers write

    What’s that odor? Big oil

    The column Friday by Jay Ambrose, “Plan to fight global warming fails three tests,” is typical global warming skepticism paid for by the energy corporations.

  • Dating app becoming popular among scam artists

    inder, a mobile dating app, has grown in popularity and scam artists now are targeting its users.

    Some people have become victim to what is know as “catfishing.” It involves the usage of automated profiles or “bots,” aimed at stealing your personal information

  • Aug. 9, 2015: Our readers write

    Funding ban has broad impact

    In the interest of full disclosure, I am a liberal Democrat. I promise, unlike many of your conservative writers, I won’t start off my letter on a subject, I won’t have some collective write my submission and slap my name on it and I won’t end my letter recommending who you should vote for.

  • Illness is active in all hospitals

    ISSUE: Infection control at Hardin Memorial
    OUR VIEW: Report shows room for improvement

    Hardin Memorial Hospital has an issue with infection control. Most, if not all, hospitals do.

  • Working together to fulfill promise

    ISSUE: New youth recreation room at Colvin Center
    OUR VIEW: A win for young people of Radcliff

    Among Mike Weaver’s campaign platforms in his run for Radcliff mayor was to find a safe haven for teenagers to enjoy.

  • Aug. 7, 2015: Our readers write

    Radcliff needs plan to look for ‘cheese’

    In the 1998 best seller, by Dr. Spencer Johnson, author of “Who Moved My Cheese?,” addresses change and typical responses to it. The lessons are applicable to virtually all entities. My primary interest today is in the city of Radcliff. Somebody moved our cheese.