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Today's Opinions

  • Letter to the editor: Lebanon needs more recreational opportunities

    All you fellow baby boomers will remember that Lebanon provided us with several recreational facilities when we were kids that the children growing up now don’t have.
    These venues included a movie theater, a skating rink, and a bowling alley.
    For many years, the Arista Theater was a fun place to see a movie on weekends. It was located where the new judicial center is now. Also, the drive-in movie theater on the Loretto Road was a gathering place; it is now gone.

  • Letter to the editor: Lebanon needs more recreational opportunities

    All you fellow baby boomers will remember that Lebanon provided us with several recreational facilities when we were kids that the children growing up now don’t have.
    These venues included a movie theater, a skating rink, and a bowling alley.
    For many years, the Arista Theater was a fun place to see a movie on weekends. It was located where the new judicial center is now. Also, the drive-in movie theater on the Loretto Road was a gathering place; it is now gone.

  • Accept the challenge to help

    By Kenny Fogle
    Executive Director
    Tri-County Kentucky United Way

  • Accept the challenge to help

    By Kenny Fogle
    Executive Director
    Tri-County Kentucky United Way

  • Traveling the Bluegrass State, hearing about important issues

    I’ve been traveling a great deal this week to attend my committee meetings. Monday, the Interim Joint Committee on Education met in Lee County. Wednesday, I traveled to Paducah for the IJC on Labor. And Thursday, I was back in Frankfort for the Veterans, Military and Public Protection meeting. It was well worth it as I was able to see so much of our beautiful state and hear the current issues so important to our people.

  • Traveling the Bluegrass State, hearing about important issues

    I’ve been traveling a great deal this week to attend my committee meetings. Monday, the Interim Joint Committee on Education met in Lee County. Wednesday, I traveled to Paducah for the IJC on Labor. And Thursday, I was back in Frankfort for the Veterans, Military and Public Protection meeting. It was well worth it as I was able to see so much of our beautiful state and hear the current issues so important to our people.

  • Where Opportunity Knox sets out to make region a veteran talent magnet

    By Wendell Lawrence
    Executive Director
    Lincoln Trail Area Development District

    Finding talented individuals to fill open positions is one of the greatest challenges businesses in our region face. But the Greater Louisville Region, including the eight counties of the Lincoln Trail Area Development District, has a distinct advantage in developing a pipeline of skilled employees ready for new opportunities.
    That advantage is veteran talent.

  • Where Opportunity Knox sets out to make region a veteran talent magnet

    By Wendell Lawrence
    Executive Director
    Lincoln Trail Area Development District

    Finding talented individuals to fill open positions is one of the greatest challenges businesses in our region face. But the Greater Louisville Region, including the eight counties of the Lincoln Trail Area Development District, has a distinct advantage in developing a pipeline of skilled employees ready for new opportunities.
    That advantage is veteran talent.