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Today's Opinions

  • Legislators half way through regular session

    By State Rep. Brandon Reed
     
    We are now more than half way through the 2017 regular session and work continues for the people of Kentucky. This week, the House passed measures to ensure student athlete safety, help our state’s veterans, and support our first responders.

  • Local Workforce Board seeks your input in regional strategic plan

    By Mo Miller

    We know that talent fuels our region’s economic prosperity. Businesses cannot succeed or grow without a skilled workforce. Communities cannot attract new business without an available workforce.

  • Senate works swiftly during short session

    A wide array of bills were heard in committees and voted out of the Senate in a busy and fast-paced third week of the 2017 session. Because this year’s 30-day meeting of the Kentucky General Assembly is considered a “short session,” we are focusing on maximizing our time here in Frankfort. We passed nearly 20 bills this week with topics ranging from tobacco use on school property to campaign finance reform to transportation issues.

  • General Assembly taking steps to make Kentucky the best version of itself

    By State Rep. Brandon Reed

    The people’s work continues in the General Assembly as a busy third week of the regular session comes to a close. The House has taken steps to protect the brave men and women who serve our communities in uniform, educate students on opioid abuse prevention, honor our state’s veterans, and make government open and transparent to the hardworking taxpayers of Kentucky.

  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funds in-demand skills training

    By Jim Skees

    Like many advanced manufacturers throughout the Lincoln Trail region, Tower International is dedicated to ensuring its employees have the right skills. It’s a practice that not only allows employees to grow professionally and advance their careers, but it also promotes the company’s competitiveness.

  • Change can be scary, but worth it

    It’s hard to believe, but my son will be graduating from elementary school in a few short months. Like many parents, I worry about his transition from elementary to middle school. I don’t worry about his academic progress. I know he’ll continue to excel. His father and I somehow hit the jackpot with Owen. We never have to nag him to do his homework or study for tests. He has excelled in every subject, although his handwriting could use some work. (Who am I kidding? I have zero room to talk in that department).

  • Change can be scary, but worth it

    It’s hard to believe, but my son will be graduating from elementary school in a few short months. Like many parents, I worry about his transition from elementary to middle school. I don’t worry about his academic progress. I know he’ll continue to excel. His father and I somehow hit the jackpot with Owen. We never have to nag him to do his homework or study for tests. He has excelled in every subject, although his handwriting could use some work. (Who am I kidding? I have zero room to talk in that department).

  • Letter to the editor: There are reasons to be terrified of Trump

    This is in response to last week’s letter to the editor: