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Today's Opinions

  • Prognosis improves

    ISSUE: Financial health of Hardin Memorial Health
    OUR VIEW: Recent reports offer reasons to smile

  • Oct. 31, 2014: Our readers write

    Few plain-spoken details from jailer

    As your current jailer, I would like to explain the facts. I am a plain-spoken person. I talk about facts, not wishful thinking or fantasies.

    In the last few years, I have spent less than what Fiscal Court approved for my budget.

  • Retiring from one role today

    TOPIC: Dr. Bill Lee leaves his dental practice
    OUR VIEW: County coroner has much yet to offer

    Everybody has those days in their lives that they will remember forever .

  • Oct. 30, 2014: Our readers write

    What are candidate’s plans?

    The only thing I’ve heard J.J. Duvall do since he started his campaign is maliciously attack Harry Berry with false claims. I haven’t heard him talk anything about his plans for Hardin County — probably because he doesn’t have any.

  • Oct. 29, 2014: Our readers write

    Right to work will boost employment

    There are many important issues to consider when casting your vote this Nov. 4, but I would propose that the vote most critical to the future of our commonwealth and the success of business here is the right-to-work issue.

  • Some stories just deserve to be told

    ISSUE: John Hardin High’s oldest graduate
    OUR VIEW:
    Reminder that friendship have impact

    A story combining patriotism and friendship is always worth telling.

    Wayne Covault left high school in 1949. Military service and the Korean War beckoned.

  • Oct. 28, 2014: Our readers write

    Wife: Right man at right time

    When I stood before God, family and friends and Dr. J. Howard Cobble on July 31, 1993, I pledged love and fidelity to Jim DuPlessis. Our vows that day were standard; and included the usual “in sickness and in health” along with promises of trust and selflessness.

  • Good work all around

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    GET ACQUAINTED. The Elizabethtown Police Depart­ment is making it easy to get to know Chief Tracy Schiller and many others within the department with its quarterly program, Coffee with a Cop.