en Bridge makeover is not worth cost <p> <strong>TOPIC:</strong> E&#39;town railroad overpass makeover<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Too much to spend on paint</p> Aug. 28, 2015: Our readers write <p> <u><strong>Gun-free zone can invite trouble</strong></u></p> Looking forward to next summer <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Elizabethtown&#39;s new water park<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Community welcomes addition</p> <p> A new wave of interest and excitement followed the release earlier this month of plans for Elizabethtown&rsquo;s water park.</p> No. 1 in providing second chances <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> LaRue County adult education ranks top in state<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> School system, staff, students deserve praise</p> <p> In the race to be the best, LaRue County Schools has achieved a No. 1 ranking.</p> <p> Of all the school districts in the state, LaRue&rsquo;s adult education program topped rankings for the 2014-15 school year.</p> Aug. 26, 2015: Our readers write <p> <u><strong>Authoritative source for morality</strong></u></p> <p> I just finished reading Cecil Raleigh&rsquo;s letter from Aug. 20, &ldquo;Don&rsquo;t put aside morals.&rdquo; I was pleasantly surprised to see someone besides me give voice to an opinion that is downright politically incorrect. Good for Cecil.</p> Lions and Eagles and Taste: Oh, my <p> <strong>Kudos: Praising positives in our community</strong></p> <p> <strong>THANKS TO THE LIONS. </strong>The Elizabethtown Lions Club and barbecue chicken is a wonderful combination.</p> Bottom line: HMH made right moves <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Hardin Memorial&rsquo;s financial health</p> <p> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Business, strategic decisions pay off&nbsp;</p> <p> Owners and key leaders of commercial businesses have at their disposal a variety of measures to help them understand and track their organization&rsquo;s progress in the marketplace.</p> He's 'Comin' Over' <p> <strong>ISSUE: </strong>Chris Young concert at Freeman Lake Park<strong><br /> OUR VIEW: </strong>Entertainment choice is going over well</p> <p> In most any circumstance, spending $75,000 is a decision that should be weighed carefully and thoughtfully.</p> <p> Spending $75,000 of someone else&rsquo;s money deserves even greater consideration and scrutiny.</p>