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Today's Opinions

  • Corrections & Clarifications - Feb. 24, 2016
  • Corrections & Clarifications - Feb. 17, 2016

    In last week’s edition, we reported that Peggy Downs, 55, of 830 Arthur Mattingly Road in Lebanon filed to run for the District 4 school board seat, currently held by Michael Cecil. We incorrectly reported that Downs has ran for the position twice. Actually, she has only ran for the school board seat once, which was in 2008.

    On page A16 a cutline incorrectly identified a photo. The cutline said the group singing was the Bethel AME Methodist Choir. It should have said the First Baptist Church of Campbellsville.
     

  • Exciting week in Frankfort

    Hollywood stars, national organizations and winter weather greeted the Kentucky General Assembly during week six of the 2016 Session. With many guests, packed committee meetings, and energetic rallies, it was another exciting week in Frankfort.
    The national organization Save The Children, which promotes early childhood learning, had its Action Network President Mark Shriver and actress Jennifer Garner testify in Frankfort on behalf of the organization and their work throughout Kentucky.

  • The ‘wow' factor

    By Kenny Fogle

    It’s called the “WOW” factor. When you see something for the first time or see it in a new light from what you had expected, you just have to stand back and appreciate what is in front of you. It happens all the time, but it still is a great feeling every time it does. 

  • Horrified by Bevin’s attitude and action
  • Exciting week in Frankfort

    Hollywood stars, national organizations and winter weather greeted the Kentucky General Assembly during week six of the 2016 Session. With many guests, packed committee meetings, and energetic rallies, it was another exciting week in Frankfort.
    The national organization Save The Children, which promotes early childhood learning, had its Action Network President Mark Shriver and actress Jennifer Garner testify in Frankfort on behalf of the organization and their work throughout Kentucky.

  • The ‘wow' factor

    By Kenny Fogle

    It’s called the “WOW” factor. When you see something for the first time or see it in a new light from what you had expected, you just have to stand back and appreciate what is in front of you. It happens all the time, but it still is a great feeling every time it does. 

  • Horrified by Bevin’s attitude and action