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Today's Opinions

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 15, 2014

    Born, raised in Kentucky
    To the people of Kentucky, I am proud to be a fifth or sixth generation Kentuckian. I'm proud to be bred, born and raised a Kentuckian. My father's family, the Perrys, have been in Stamping Ground since the 1790s. My mother's family, the Abrams, has been in Frankfort since the 1800s. I am a Kentuckian from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet. So this is how I feel about the politicians.

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 15, 2014

    Born, raised in Kentucky
    To the people of Kentucky, I am proud to be a fifth or sixth generation Kentuckian. I'm proud to be bred, born and raised a Kentuckian. My father's family, the Perrys, have been in Stamping Ground since the 1790s. My mother's family, the Abrams, has been in Frankfort since the 1800s. I am a Kentuckian from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet. So this is how I feel about the politicians.

  • Sorting the junk (mail)

    It's that time of year. The time when no matter where you go, you see it, even if you think it's too early to worry about.
    That's right, it's political season ... although sometimes I wonder if it ever ends.
    For many of us, politicking has been invading our mailboxes of late, too.
    Over the last few weeks and months, I've come home to multiple pieces telling me that: - - Mitch McConnell is great for Kentucky
    - McConnell is just another Washington insider

  • Sorting the junk (mail)

    It's that time of year. The time when no matter where you go, you see it, even if you think it's too early to worry about.
    That's right, it's political season ... although sometimes I wonder if it ever ends.
    For many of us, politicking has been invading our mailboxes of late, too.
    Over the last few weeks and months, I've come home to multiple pieces telling me that: - - Mitch McConnell is great for Kentucky
    - McConnell is just another Washington insider

  • Library hosting genealogy and other activities

    By Jama Watts
    Guest columnist

    In the state of Kentucky, October is Archives Month, making it the perfect time to break out the shovels and dig up those ancestors! From 5- 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, the library is hosting a genealogy workshop with yours truly. 

  • Library hosting genealogy and other activities

    By Jama Watts
    Guest columnist

    In the state of Kentucky, October is Archives Month, making it the perfect time to break out the shovels and dig up those ancestors! From 5- 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, the library is hosting a genealogy workshop with yours truly. 

  • Exercise your right to vote on Nov. 4

    This month, I will begin visiting schools throughout the district as part of the America’s Legislators Back to School Program. My presentation includes teaching our form of government and explaining how our representative democracy works. The program is actually a nationwide event and is made available by the National Council of State Legislatures.

  • Exercise your right to vote on Nov. 4

    This month, I will begin visiting schools throughout the district as part of the America’s Legislators Back to School Program. My presentation includes teaching our form of government and explaining how our representative democracy works. The program is actually a nationwide event and is made available by the National Council of State Legislatures.