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Today's Opinions

  • Abandoned animals

    This month marks 30 years since the Marion County Animal Shelter was first opened.

    It's a place I remember well.

  • It isn't about the party, it's about values

    By Jodi George

    Guest columnist

    In 1992, only 51 Marion County residents voted in the Republican primary.  

    Today, the Marion County GOP's membership exceeds 2,000 registered voters.  

    A group that once could squeeze into a phone booth now needs a real meeting room to gather.

  • Still more on misleading ads

    If you get mail with "Paid for by Kentucky Family Values" on it, just throw it away.

    Terry Mills wants the ads to stop, too. He wrote in a statement to the Enterprise that he does not support the ads. He has contacted Kentucky Democratic Party leaders to say he does not want the negative ads. They told him they could not stop them.

  • Letters to the editor, Oct. 31, 2012

    We can stop the cycle in our community

    October is domestic violence awareness month and I am intrigued by our community's tolerance with such a horrific act. I truly don't believe we understand the catastrophic damage one causes when they choose to physically and mentally abuse another person.

  • Abandoned animals

    This month marks 30 years since the Marion County Animal Shelter was first opened.

    It's a place I remember well.

  • Abandoned animals

    This month marks 30 years since the Marion County Animal Shelter was first opened.

    It's a place I remember well.

  • It isn't about the party, it's about values

    By Jodi George

    Guest columnist

    In 1992, only 51 Marion County residents voted in the Republican primary.  

    Today, the Marion County GOP's membership exceeds 2,000 registered voters.  

    A group that once could squeeze into a phone booth now needs a real meeting room to gather.

  • Still more on misleading ads

    If you get mail with "Paid for by Kentucky Family Values" on it, just throw it away.

    Terry Mills wants the ads to stop, too. He wrote in a statement to the Enterprise that he does not support the ads. He has contacted Kentucky Democratic Party leaders to say he does not want the negative ads. They told him they could not stop them.