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Today's Opinions

  • Low expectations

    Last week, I spoke with our local state legislators, State Rep. Terry Mills and State Sen. Jimmy Higdon.

    While both are in the majority party in their respective houses of the Kentucky legislature, neither has established the seniority or the political clout to assume a leadership position just yet, which is to say neither is likely to have tremendous influence on how things shake out at the Capitol between now and the end of March.

  • Drive smart, safe and under the speed limit

    By Beth Flanagan

    Guest Columnist

     

    I left Lebanon some 18 years ago and have recently moved back. While I was gone, one of my favorite memories of this town was the slower pace and general friendliness of its people. Now that I am living here again, I wonder what has happened to my hometown. I see rude, careless and stupid drivers everywhere I go. Let me cite several examples.

  • Letter: Superintendent is supportive of evaluation
  • Letter: Stop the negative comments, for our kids' sake

    After seeing so much negative press around our School Superintendent Mr. Donald Smith, and our recently elected, re-elected, members of the school board I feel compelled to pen the following:

  • Letter: Enjoyed the holiday festival

    I just wanted to say kudos to the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission and its director, Chris Hamilton, for another great year at the Heart of Kentucky Holiday Festival. We liked the new events and the bull riding at XB Arena was just great.

    Mr. Higdon of Higdon’s Foodtown and the state senate welcomed us and came by the Hampton Inn and had coffee with us. We met him last year at Big Jim’s Steakhouse and he remembered us when we went to his grocery!

  • Low expectations

    Last week, I spoke with our local state legislators, State Rep. Terry Mills and State Sen. Jimmy Higdon.

    While both are in the majority party in their respective houses of the Kentucky legislature, neither has established the seniority or the political clout to assume a leadership position just yet, which is to say neither is likely to have tremendous influence on how things shake out at the Capitol between now and the end of March.

  • Drive smart, safe and under the speed limit

    By Beth Flanagan

    Guest Columnist

     

    I left Lebanon some 18 years ago and have recently moved back. While I was gone, one of my favorite memories of this town was the slower pace and general friendliness of its people. Now that I am living here again, I wonder what has happened to my hometown. I see rude, careless and stupid drivers everywhere I go. Let me cite several examples.

  • Letter: Superintendent is supportive of evaluation