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Today's Opinions

  • House gets back to normal, busy this week

    Like most of the state, the Kentucky House of Representatives saw its schedule put on ice last week because of the snow and plunging temperatures.
    While the damage and outages did not cause the same level of devastation that Kentucky experienced in 2009, there has been one constant between now and then: The tireless work of our road crews, first responders, hospital and utility workers and those who have kept our local businesses open. I know many pitched in as well to donate food and clothing for those in need and to check on their neighbors and friends.

  • House gets back to normal, busy this week

    Like most of the state, the Kentucky House of Representatives saw its schedule put on ice last week because of the snow and plunging temperatures.
    While the damage and outages did not cause the same level of devastation that Kentucky experienced in 2009, there has been one constant between now and then: The tireless work of our road crews, first responders, hospital and utility workers and those who have kept our local businesses open. I know many pitched in as well to donate food and clothing for those in need and to check on their neighbors and friends.

  • Letters: Smoke-free air

     As most of you know, House Bill 145, which prohibits indoor smoking in public buildings and workspaces, passed in the House of Representatives this past week. Thank you State Representative Terry Mills for supporting this extremely important piece of legislation for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It is very satisfying to see a representative of the people working to create a safer atmosphere for the health and well-being of all people.

  • Letters: Smoke-free air

     As most of you know, House Bill 145, which prohibits indoor smoking in public buildings and workspaces, passed in the House of Representatives this past week. Thank you State Representative Terry Mills for supporting this extremely important piece of legislation for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It is very satisfying to see a representative of the people working to create a safer atmosphere for the health and well-being of all people.

  • Chorus stars to perform Feb. 28

    By G.B. Dixon

    Guest columnist 

  • Chorus stars to perform Feb. 28

    By G.B. Dixon

    Guest columnist 

  • Heroin, dating violence among issues legislature plans to tackle

     With an eye on the dwindling days left in this year’s legislative session, the Kentucky House moved virtually all of its top priorities a step forward last week and should have most sent to the Senate by early this week.

  • Heroin, dating violence among issues legislature plans to tackle

     With an eye on the dwindling days left in this year’s legislative session, the Kentucky House moved virtually all of its top priorities a step forward last week and should have most sent to the Senate by early this week.