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Today's Opinions

  • Letters to the editor - March 1, 2017

    A more connected and competitive Kentucky
    The vast majority of today’s businesses and consumers utilize innovative 
    services like wireless and broadband — so why is Kentucky still forcing 
    companies to invest in outdated, nearly obsolete technologies?
    Senate Bill 10 would give telecom providers the freedom to allocate their 
    resources as they see fit. For most, this means investing in the 21st century 
    technologies that Kentuckians have come to rely on.

  • Spring View Hospital’s staff show genuine care and concern
  • Marion County kids have talent

    Marion County is blessed with so many incredibly talented children.
    Last week, I was fortunate enough to see many of them in action.

  • Crusade for Children is a lifesaver

    Around this time of year when local fire departments begin collecting money for the Crusade for Children, I’m reminded of how blessed I am to be here.
    The Crusade helped save my life when I was born.
    My twin sister and I were born five to six weeks premature, and soon after I was delivered I was having difficulty breathing. The “Baby Buggy” took my twin and me to Norton Children’s Hospital and the medical staff there saved my life.
    So, obviously, donating to the Crusade is a no-brainer for me.

  • Crusade for Children is a lifesaver

    Around this time of year when local fire departments begin collecting money for the Crusade for Children, I’m reminded of how blessed I am to be here.
    The Crusade helped save my life when I was born.
    My twin sister and I were born five to six weeks premature, and soon after I was delivered I was having difficulty breathing. The “Baby Buggy” took my twin and me to Norton Children’s Hospital and the medical staff there saved my life.
    So, obviously, donating to the Crusade is a no-brainer for me.

  • Senate takes action on major education bill

    Visits from advocacy groups, a ceremonial bill signing, and rallies in the Capitol Rotunda, along with the bipartisan passage of bills, marked a busy week four of the 2017 legislative session. We were excited to welcome the children of Kentucky National Guard members from across the state for the First Annual Kentucky Military Kids Day.

  • Kentuckians have almost $500 million in unclaimed property

    By Doug Price

    Find a penny pick it up, all day long you’ll have good luck so the poem goes.  What if you could find hundreds of dollars? The Kentucky State Treasurer’s (KST) office may be able to help. KST administers the unclaimed property fund for the Commonwealth of Kentucky and reports that Kentuckians have almost $500 million in unclaimed property.

  • Legislators half way through regular session

    By State Rep. Brandon Reed
     
    We are now more than half way through the 2017 regular session and work continues for the people of Kentucky. This week, the House passed measures to ensure student athlete safety, help our state’s veterans, and support our first responders.