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Today's Opinions

  • Are your credit cards ready for vacation?

    f your summer plans include traveling out of state or overseas, avoid stress and money problems by preparing ahead of time.

    In an effort to reduce credit card fraud, many companies will lock an account if it’s being used in an unfamiliar spending pattern. This includes being used in a different state or country and charges that are not the normal spending amount.

  • Is your credit card ready for vacation?

    If your summer plans include traveling out of state or overseas, avoid stress and money problems by preparing ahead of time.

    In an effort to reduce credit card fraud, many companies will lock an account if it’s being used in an unfamiliar spending pattern. This includes being used in a different state or country and charges that are not the normal spending amount.

  • July 13, 2014: Our reader's write

    Look at experience rather than spin

    After reading an article about Harry Braxton and the NAACP, I came to this conclusion. I’ve known Harry for about 24 years and it seems the older I get, the fewer surprises in life I find.

  • Addressing HMH financials

    ISSUE: Back-to-back losses at HMH
    OUR VIEW: Other options should be considered

    Not too long ago, the controversy surrounding revenue generated by Hardin Memorial Hospital focused upon how much of a “dividend” Hardin Fiscal Court might take and how it would be applied to other county needs.

  • July 11, 2014: Our readers write

    Consider candidate’s remarks

    This is in response to a letter from sheriff candidate Harry Braxton that appeared in the July 3, 2014, edition of The News-Enterprise.

  • Faith in the face of dual tragedies

    ISSUE: Taylor family’s recent tragedies

    OUR VIEW: Community mourns alongside them

    David and Tonya Taylor are enduring what can only be described as the unimaginable.

    In a span of just 12 days, this local couple has laid to rest their two young and vibrant children, both killed in tragic accidents.

  • July 9, 2014: Our readers write

    Traffic light needed at 361 and Deckard

    Please install red lights at the intersection of Ky. 361 and Deckard School Road. Since 361 opened, three accidents have taken place there; one tragically fatal.

  • Ending the feeding may curtail geese visits

    TOPIC: Geese on the loose
    OUR VIEW: No feed zone is the way to go

    Looks like we have ourselves another dilemma at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown with our feathered friends from the north dotting the landscape on a daily basis.