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Today's Opinions

  • Letter to the editor: ‘Honoring those who serve behind the ones who wear the uniform’

    On Veterans Day, we remember the men and women who served in our Armed Forces. Over the next few days, many television channels will air movies that display their courage and character, and all of us can be inspired by these soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines.

  • Letter to the editor: 'You won't be afraid forever'
  • Letter to the editor: 'You won't be afraid forever'
  • Letter to the editor: Proud of Mills

    As I write this, I have no idea of the outcome of our election. But, I just want to say how proud I am of Terry Mills and the speech he delivered at Centre Square on Sunday night, Nov. 2, for the way he defended himself and the Democratic Party.
    Jackie Wicker
    Bradfordsville

     

  • Letter to the editor: Proud of Mills

    As I write this, I have no idea of the outcome of our election. But, I just want to say how proud I am of Terry Mills and the speech he delivered at Centre Square on Sunday night, Nov. 2, for the way he defended himself and the Democratic Party.
    Jackie Wicker
    Bradfordsville

     

  • Thinking about energy

    On Thursday, I attended a presentation called "Healthy Future for Our Kids" at the Loretto Motherhouse. Tim Darst of Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light discussed ways people can conserve energy and implement "greener" energy practices.
    He noted that issues affecting Kentucky include air, water and soil pollution and climate change.
    Now, I know some "I'm not a scientist" politicians want to pretend climate change isn't happening, or that it's just a natural part of the Earth. The evidence would suggest otherwise.

  • Thinking about energy

    On Thursday, I attended a presentation called "Healthy Future for Our Kids" at the Loretto Motherhouse. Tim Darst of Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light discussed ways people can conserve energy and implement "greener" energy practices.
    He noted that issues affecting Kentucky include air, water and soil pollution and climate change.
    Now, I know some "I'm not a scientist" politicians want to pretend climate change isn't happening, or that it's just a natural part of the Earth. The evidence would suggest otherwise.

  • Training future workforce starts with community partnerships

    By Terri Thomas
    Client Services Manager
    Kentucky Career Center/Lincoln Trail

    Fall break was a restful time for many, but for several Marion County High School students, it was an opportunity to get a closer look at the high-demand field of engineering. Thanks to a dynamic partnership in Marion County, 19 students in the school’s Project Lead the Way program participated in a weeklong co-op program, gaining valuable hands-on experience with area employers.