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Today's Opinions

  • Don’t take Marion County for granted

    Last week I started doing something I should have done a long time ago.
    I finally started going through the archives of The Lebanon Enterprise, specifically the eight years my dad was editor/general manager here.
    Why in the world has it taken me so long to do this?

  • Don’t take Marion County for granted

    Last week I started doing something I should have done a long time ago.
    I finally started going through the archives of The Lebanon Enterprise, specifically the eight years my dad was editor/general manager here.
    Why in the world has it taken me so long to do this?

  • Reflecting on Memorial Day

    Memorial Day is significant in Kentucky in a variety of ways, such as marking the unofficial beginning of summer with schools nearing the end of the semester, vacationers descending in droves to our lakes and rivers, and warm weather and sunshine becoming the norm.
    Memorial Day is also a time that many use as a day to remember their loved ones who have died; taking flowers to graves of relatives, and maybe even traveling back to their hometown for reunions and visits.

  • Reflecting on Memorial Day

    Memorial Day is significant in Kentucky in a variety of ways, such as marking the unofficial beginning of summer with schools nearing the end of the semester, vacationers descending in droves to our lakes and rivers, and warm weather and sunshine becoming the norm.
    Memorial Day is also a time that many use as a day to remember their loved ones who have died; taking flowers to graves of relatives, and maybe even traveling back to their hometown for reunions and visits.

  • Never let the memory of our fallen soldiers fade

    It may not be the official start of the season, but for most of us, the upcoming three-day weekend is when summer arrives.
    This time is about much more than that, of course. More importantly, it’s when our nation pays tribute to those who died defending our country.
    That list now has more than 1.2 million names, about half of which were added during the four years of the Civil War.

  • Never let the memory of our fallen soldiers fade

    It may not be the official start of the season, but for most of us, the upcoming three-day weekend is when summer arrives.
    This time is about much more than that, of course. More importantly, it’s when our nation pays tribute to those who died defending our country.
    That list now has more than 1.2 million names, about half of which were added during the four years of the Civil War.

  • Take steps to protect children, pets inside hot cars

    By Kentucky New Era

    In the next few days the National Weather Service predicts temperatures will climb to at least 80 degrees. Western Kentuckians who are accustomed to brutal humidity and scorching hot days in the summer will enjoy an 80-degree day as a relatively mild and pleasant day.

  • Take steps to protect children, pets inside hot cars

    By Kentucky New Era

    In the next few days the National Weather Service predicts temperatures will climb to at least 80 degrees. Western Kentuckians who are accustomed to brutal humidity and scorching hot days in the summer will enjoy an 80-degree day as a relatively mild and pleasant day.