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Today's Opinions

  • There’s always room for improvement

    When it comes to grading Kentucky’s public elementary and secondary schools, what ultimately counts most is whether our graduating students are truly ready for college and a career.
    Over the last several years, one of the state’s newest agencies – the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics – has been helping measure our progress in this area. Its work is more than just a survey; it’s an in-depth look at an entire graduating class.

  • There’s always room for improvement

    When it comes to grading Kentucky’s public elementary and secondary schools, what ultimately counts most is whether our graduating students are truly ready for college and a career.
    Over the last several years, one of the state’s newest agencies – the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics – has been helping measure our progress in this area. Its work is more than just a survey; it’s an in-depth look at an entire graduating class.

  • Letters to the editor - May 6, 2015

    Hal Heiner will move Kentucky forward
    Having been involved in politics for years and having worked on many campaigns and having previously served as the Hardin County GOP Chairman for over eight years and as GOP chairman of the old Second District for four years, I can tell you that only once have I changed my mind regarding which GOP candidate I would support. I have always liked Jamie Comer and I still do, but after meeting personally and speaking with Hal Heiner on three different occasions, I have changed my support from Comer to Heiner. 

  • Letters to the editor - May 6, 2015

    Hal Heiner will move Kentucky forward
    Having been involved in politics for years and having worked on many campaigns and having previously served as the Hardin County GOP Chairman for over eight years and as GOP chairman of the old Second District for four years, I can tell you that only once have I changed my mind regarding which GOP candidate I would support. I have always liked Jamie Comer and I still do, but after meeting personally and speaking with Hal Heiner on three different occasions, I have changed my support from Comer to Heiner. 

  • Corrections & Clarifications

    In State Sen. Jimmy Higdon’s column last week, there was a mistake. The Tennessee Gas Pipeline Project docket number was incorrect. The letter “I” should be the number “1” in the docket number CP15-88-000. Without the exact docket number, one cannot comment online.
     

  • Love and protect the skin you’re in

    By Elaine Helm

  • Love and protect the skin you’re in

    By Elaine Helm

  • Political letters to the editor deadline is May 8

    The deadline for letters to the editor related to the May 19 primary election is 5 p.m, Friday, May 8. Email letters to editor@lebanonenterprise.com or bring/send them to The Lebanon Enterprise located at 119 South Proctor Knott Avenue, Lebanon, Ky, 40033. Limit is 400 words.