en Chamber sees value in right-to-work law <p> Kentucky&rsquo;s business landscape has a lot going for it. We&rsquo;re centrally located, our industrial power costs are among the lowest in the nation and last year Site Selection magazine ranked Kentucky&rsquo;s business climate eighth in the nation.</p> Collaboration settles dispute <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Resolving HMH&rsquo;s Woodland Drive request<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> City, county, HMH reach workable idea</p> <p> After deliberation that spanned nearly nine months, an agreement has been reached that will alter traffic flow around Hardin Memorial Hospital and provide for the expansion of the hospital&rsquo;s emergency department.</p> A leader who loved his state <p> <strong>TOPIC:</strong> The life and legacy of Wendell Ford<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> One of Kentucky&#39;s true leaders</p> <p> Wendell Ford was laid to rest Tuesday in his hometown of Owensboro in front of a flood of dignitaries, family, friends and neighbors.</p> Feeling better at the hospital <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Hardin Memorial Health&#39;s financial report<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Trustees&#39; patience was well placed</p> <p> Hardin County&rsquo;s community-owned hospital made nearly $6 million in the final six months of 2014.</p> Jan. 30, 2015: Our readers write <p> <strong>Slogans can be deceptive</strong></p> When faced with horror in name of religion, retain hope <p> &ldquo;I just want to say that I love Allah.&rdquo;</p> Jan. 29, 2015: Our readers write <p> <u><strong>Volvo viewed as an opportunity</strong></u></p> <p> A golden opportunity for jobs in Hardin County could become a reality if Volvo chooses the Glendale megasite for its new manufacturing facility. The megasite already is CSX certified and meets all the necessary requirements for a car manufacturer.</p> Jan. 28, 2015: Our readers write <p> <u><strong>Recycling will protect landfill</strong></u></p>