en A model of public servant <p> ISSUE: Tribute to David Logsdon<br /> OUR VIEW: The passing of a true servant</p> <p> Counting municipal employees, county workers, state staff, the local school systems and the legions at Fort Knox, this community has thousands of people actively involved in public service.</p> <p> Yet only a handful truly exemplify the title of public servant.</p> July 31, 2014: Our reader write <p> <strong>Understanding how U.S. debt works</strong><br /> Cruisin' keeps getting better <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Cruisin&#39; the Heartland 2014<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Classic car festival improves every year</p> Looking into eyes of father-in-law <p> The eyes that once danced with life, now stare blankly at nothing, emotionless. These same eyes once had the capacity to focus with the intensity of an eagle after its prey or display love with the affection of a mother for her baby.</p> July 30, 2014: Our readers write <p> <strong>Right-to-work idea is wrong for worker</strong></p> <p> The most interesting thing about Jim Waters&rsquo; article published July 20 was the title: &ldquo;Kentucky continues to lack right-to-work law.&rdquo;</p> Well-deserved recognitions <p> <strong>KUDOS:</strong> Praising positives in our community</p> <p> <strong>A FARMER&rsquo;S LIFE.</strong> Working in the fields is nothing new to Ray Allan Mackey. He has been doing it for more than 30 years.</p> <p> Farming is his life.</p> July 29, 2014: Our readers write <p> <u><strong>HMH information should be explored</strong></u></p> <p> Recently, the attorney general said Hardin Memo&shy;rial Hospital violated open records provisions when it refused to provide copies of physicians&rsquo; contracts requested by Magistrate Doug Goodman.</p> Buying event tickets can be treacherous <p> As the PGA Champion-ship approaches Aug. 4 at Valhalla, many local consumers will start looking for tickets. BBB warns consumers of scammers taking advantage of anyone looking for a last-minute deal.</p>