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Today's Opinions

  • Baby boomers not to blame

    By Michael T Mullins

  • Letters to the editor - April 25, 2012

    Autism event is a success

  • The nuns of Marion County

    If you had any doubts about the Catholic roots in Marion County, you'll find plenty of evidence in the next few weeks.

    April 22-26, the Sisters of Loretto will be celebrating their 200th anniversary with a homecoming for members of their community at the Motherhouse in Nerinx.

    April 27-29, the Ursuline Sisters of Mt. St. Joseph will hold a centennial celebration, marking 100 years of service in Marion County.

  • Letters to the editor - April 18, 2012

    Racism in Raywick

    Wow. What's going on in this country lately? Racism is alive and well, I guess...

    First we have the "stand your ground" law in Florida giving rise to a murder of an innocent young black teenager by a white/Hispanic self-appointed neighborhood watch-resident-trigger-happy racist, and now the Raywick, Ky bar owner who thinks all black people should be banned from her bar and property because they have dark skin and therefore will cause trouble?

  • The nuns of Marion County

    If you had any doubts about the Catholic roots in Marion County, you'll find plenty of evidence in the next few weeks.

    April 22-26, the Sisters of Loretto will be celebrating their 200th anniversary with a homecoming for members of their community at the Motherhouse in Nerinx.

    April 27-29, the Ursuline Sisters of Mt. St. Joseph will hold a centennial celebration, marking 100 years of service in Marion County.

  • Letters to the editor - April 18, 2012

    Racism in Raywick

    Wow. What's going on in this country lately? Racism is alive and well, I guess...

    First we have the "stand your ground" law in Florida giving rise to a murder of an innocent young black teenager by a white/Hispanic self-appointed neighborhood watch-resident-trigger-happy racist, and now the Raywick, Ky bar owner who thinks all black people should be banned from her bar and property because they have dark skin and therefore will cause trouble?

  • Racism in Raywick

    There's no denying that the City of Raywick has a reputation.

    Historically, it's experienced some rowdy times.

    And, in the past, it wasn't always the most welcoming city toward African-Americans.

    In fact, there was a time when it would have been shocking to even see an African-American inside Raywick's city limits.

    But, times have changed. People have changed.

    Or, have they?

  • Get ready for 5th annual Family Bike and Hike

    Imagine getting up earlier on a beautiful day and going somewhere where everyone is excited and in a great mood. The atmosphere is uplifting, knowing you are about to do something fun that is also wonderful for your health. The sense of accomplishment that you will feel at the end is amazing! And anyone can do it!