Today's Opinions

  • Legislative process includes some hair-pulling moments

    My first session in Frankfort is coming to a close. This has been an extraordinary experience for me and I thank the voters of Hardin County for putting their faith in me to serve their interests.

  • Community achievement

    ISSUE: United Way of Central Kentucky's 2014 fundraising
    OUR VIEW: Another record and milestone has been set

    Congratulations, Hardin County. You have done it once again.

  • March 19, 2015: Our readers write

    So many rush to judgment

    Imagine a dollar in your bank account for each person who owes former Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson an apology. This includes all who condemned Wilson based on media traffic before formal law enforcement investigations were completed.

    You’d probably have more money than George Soros.

  • Measure costs in different way

    ISSUE: DUI legislation stalls in legislature

    OUR VIEW: Brianna Taylor bill deserves a vote

    Some would say that Ken­tucky DUI laws just aren’t stiff enough. Senate Bill 34 is designed to address that issue and hopefully create a higher level of awareness associated with the penalties for driving under the influence.

  • A hall of fame life off the court

    TOPIC: Ron Bevars' Hall of Fame honors
    OUR VIEW: Off-court work even more impressive

    This is a big week in the life of former North Hardin High School boys’ basketball coach Ron Bevars.

  • March 18, 2015: Our readers write

    Let president do his job

    It is not my intent to discuss or give my opinion on international issues. I am just here to make a statement about what happened in the sending of a letter to Iran.

  • Accomplishments for all to celebrate

    KUDOS: Praising positives in our community

    Hardin County and the new Early College and Career Center had the distinct opportunity and honor to host the state’s first spelling bee designed for deaf and hard of hearing students.

  • Season packed with memories

    TOPIC: Lady Panthers' big season
    OUR VIEW: A season to remember

    When the end of the season came — two days before it was expected — the Elizabethtown High School girls’ basketball left the E.A. Diddle Arena floor Friday afternoon in an emotional whirlpool.