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Today's Opinions

  • Column: Prospective savings and right to life

    The General Assembly returned to Frankfort this week after the January recess to continue our 30-day session. Protecting the lives of the unborn and saving tax-payer dollars were two themes that emerged.

  • Letter: No regrets about motives

    I usually do not respond to editorials. I consider it an exercise of futility,  after all the editor has the final word, however the last week editorial was of such a personal nature, I deemed it necessary.

    I suppose my decision concerning the superintendent could be viewed as a “flip flop” but, if so, it was a good “flip flop” based on facts and public sentiment.

  • Letter: Let our dogs run

    Our pets have run free in St. Francis for more than 100 years. Not once has a neighbor spoke or written a complaint against a dog crossing their yard. I am very grateful for the dogs in the neighborhood. If it wasn’t for the neighborhood pets we would be overcome with rats, possums, raccoons, rattle snakes, copper heads and coyotes. Most of which can carry rabies.

  • Letter: Please stop and help

    To the idiots who didn’t stop to see if I was hurt or dead after I hit a tree at WMES around 6:30 Saturday morning, were you in a hurry to get to work? If it was too cold for you, what about me? It was one degree, and the wind made it feel colder.

  • Column: General Assembly prepared for several bills during short session

    As we returned to Frankfort to resume the 2011 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly, we are faced with issues that are as wide and varied as the monster snowstorm that cut through much of the United States this week. Several bills have already passed through the House of Representatives and are on their way to the Senate for consideration.

  • Column: Where is the beef, school board?

    By Joseph B. Stevens

     

  • Column: Prospective savings and right to life

    The General Assembly returned to Frankfort this week after the January recess to continue our 30-day session. Protecting the lives of the unborn and saving tax-payer dollars were two themes that emerged.

  • Letter: No regrets about motives

    I usually do not respond to editorials. I consider it an exercise of futility,  after all the editor has the final word, however the last week editorial was of such a personal nature, I deemed it necessary.

    I suppose my decision concerning the superintendent could be viewed as a “flip flop” but, if so, it was a good “flip flop” based on facts and public sentiment.