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Today's Opinions

  • Nov. 4, 2014: Our readers write

    Proud to be part of community

    I have been the new executive director for Clarity Solutions for Women for a little more than 100 days. In this period of time, I have been blessed to see the overwhelming community support for our ministry to women facing an unplanned pregnancy.

  • BBB: Who are you helping when you donate?

    olice and firefighters in our communities put their lives on the line daily to protect you, your family and your community. So when you get a call or a letter asking you to give to a police or firefighter group, your first reaction often is a generous one.

  • 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.