Picture a scenario with me: Standing near the bank of the Ohio River in Brandenburg is a 70-foot-tall monument dedicated to those who fought in the Confederacy.
Spring is one of my favorite times of year, surrounded by fresh growth and new beginnings. We celebrate the bright futures that await our graduates and reflect on the progress they’ve made.
Hardin County’s small business sector has been hit hard by the COVID-19 virus. These past many weeks have been miserable for their owners and employees since Gov. Andy Beshear’s first executive order shutting down non-essential business in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
It’s hard to believe that a little less than three months ago, we were celebrating the news Fort Knox was selected as the location for the Army’s new corps headquarters. The coronavirus has had a tremendous impact on our region, our nation and the world, including our military and Fort Knox.
There is no doubt COVID-19 is a deadly foe. Sadly, people have lost loved ones. To fight this menace, serious precautions had to be taken. There should be no arguing that.
Increased natural gas consumption helped bring down U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2019, according to a report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.