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Today's Opinions

  • Letter: Project Graduation: a success

    We would like to extend our appreciation on behalf of the 2001 Senior Class of Marion County High School and their parents for the gratuity extended by all who donated time, money and talents to Project Graduation. Putting this project together was a work of joy but the credit belongs to you because of your astounding generosity and support. Our seniors leave Marion County High School knowing they belong to a charitable community. We are grateful to the community for continuing this tradition.
    Ellen McFall, Sherri Hamilton and Sharon Clift
    MCHS Project Graduation 2011 Chairpersons

  • My memories of Mr. McKee

    By Lindsay Kriz
    KPA Summer Intern

  • Keep Kids Safe

    I have been an avid reader of Parents Magazine since before I had my son, and there is one story I read that I have never been able to forget.
    It was a horrific story about a Virginia couple that had a picture perfect life: A comfortable house, well-paying jobs and two little boys they adopted as babies from Guatemala.

  • Keep Kids Safe

    I have been an avid reader of Parents Magazine since before I had my son, and there is one story I read that I have never been able to forget.
    It was a horrific story about a Virginia couple that had a picture perfect life: A comfortable house, well-paying jobs and two little boys they adopted as babies from Guatemala.

  • My memories of Mr. McKee

    By Lindsay Kriz
    KPA Summer Intern

  • Keep Kids Safe

    I have been an avid reader of Parents Magazine since before I had my son, and there is one story I read that I have never been able to forget.
    It was a horrific story about a Virginia couple that had a picture perfect life: A comfortable house, well-paying jobs and two little boys they adopted as babies from Guatemala.

  • Keep Kids Safe

    I have been an avid reader of Parents Magazine since before I had my son, and there is one story I read that I have never been able to forget.
    It was a horrific story about a Virginia couple that had a picture perfect life: A comfortable house, well-paying jobs and two little boys they adopted as babies from Guatemala.

  • Letter: Do courts violate the Constitution?

    The Fifth Amendment says many things, but in the middle it says, “... nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.” That means you can’t be put on trial twice for the same offense.
    Now in Communist China and dictator Syria, their courts put people on trial over and over until they get the verdict they want. It’s called jury shopping!
    Why does the Kentucky court system do the same thing? I guess there is a dictator and Communist connection.