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Today's Opinions

  • Paving the way for good things to come

    By Amy Morgeson
    Guest columnist

    The library parking lot will be getting a much-needed facelift with resurfacing scheduled for Friday Aug. 21 and Saturday Aug. 22. While the library building will be open for patron use on these days, parking will be limited to the Harrison Street (front side) of the building and/or use of extended parking at the Hourigan Building. Patrons will be able to gain access at the front of the building through the doors that face Harrison.

  • Paving the way for good things to come

    By Amy Morgeson
    Guest columnist

    The library parking lot will be getting a much-needed facelift with resurfacing scheduled for Friday Aug. 21 and Saturday Aug. 22. While the library building will be open for patron use on these days, parking will be limited to the Harrison Street (front side) of the building and/or use of extended parking at the Hourigan Building. Patrons will be able to gain access at the front of the building through the doors that face Harrison.

  • Paving the way for good things to come

    By Amy Morgeson
    Guest columnist

    The library parking lot will be getting a much-needed facelift with resurfacing scheduled for Friday Aug. 21 and Saturday Aug. 22. While the library building will be open for patron use on these days, parking will be limited to the Harrison Street (front side) of the building and/or use of extended parking at the Hourigan Building. Patrons will be able to gain access at the front of the building through the doors that face Harrison.

  • Paving the way for good things to come

    By Amy Morgeson
    Guest columnist

    The library parking lot will be getting a much-needed facelift with resurfacing scheduled for Friday Aug. 21 and Saturday Aug. 22. While the library building will be open for patron use on these days, parking will be limited to the Harrison Street (front side) of the building and/or use of extended parking at the Hourigan Building. Patrons will be able to gain access at the front of the building through the doors that face Harrison.

  • Unemployment insurance important for many families

    When it comes to policy, unemployment insurance may not generate as many headlines as education and public safety, but for working families dealing with the loss of a job, few programs are more important. President Roosevelt signed this safety net into law 80 years ago last week as part of the Social Security Act. Since then, it has weathered numerous ups-and-downs in the economy, but beyond the Great Depression itself, none tested the system quite like the crisis that hit the country in 2008.

  • Unemployment insurance important for many families

    When it comes to policy, unemployment insurance may not generate as many headlines as education and public safety, but for working families dealing with the loss of a job, few programs are more important. President Roosevelt signed this safety net into law 80 years ago last week as part of the Social Security Act. Since then, it has weathered numerous ups-and-downs in the economy, but beyond the Great Depression itself, none tested the system quite like the crisis that hit the country in 2008.

  • Adult education centers drive workforce development

    By Connie Goff

    Adult education centers offer a lifeline to adults who want to expand opportunities available to them. In every county across Kentucky, adult education centers offer a number of free services such as academic instruction, GED preparation, skills training and more. By reaching adults who are underemployed, unemployed or not currently in the labor market, the centers also are key partners in developing a strong workforce.

  • Adult education centers drive workforce development

    By Connie Goff

    Adult education centers offer a lifeline to adults who want to expand opportunities available to them. In every county across Kentucky, adult education centers offer a number of free services such as academic instruction, GED preparation, skills training and more. By reaching adults who are underemployed, unemployed or not currently in the labor market, the centers also are key partners in developing a strong workforce.