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Today's Opinions

  • Reading garden will serve the community

    By Jama Watts

    Guest columnist

     

    If you’ve been in the Marion County Public Library recently, then you’re well aware of how busy we can be.  (And if you haven’t been in, why not? We’re the place to be!) Not only does MCPL serve our county’s population of 20,000, but MCPL also has patrons from the seven counties on our borders.

  • Reading garden will serve the community

    By Jama Watts

    Guest columnist

     

    If you’ve been in the Marion County Public Library recently, then you’re well aware of how busy we can be.  (And if you haven’t been in, why not? We’re the place to be!) Not only does MCPL serve our county’s population of 20,000, but MCPL also has patrons from the seven counties on our borders.

  • Reading garden will serve the community

    By Jama Watts

    Guest columnist

     

    If you’ve been in the Marion County Public Library recently, then you’re well aware of how busy we can be.  (And if you haven’t been in, why not? We’re the place to be!) Not only does MCPL serve our county’s population of 20,000, but MCPL also has patrons from the seven counties on our borders.

  • Reading garden will serve the community

    By Jama Watts

    Guest columnist

     

    If you’ve been in the Marion County Public Library recently, then you’re well aware of how busy we can be.  (And if you haven’t been in, why not? We’re the place to be!) Not only does MCPL serve our county’s population of 20,000, but MCPL also has patrons from the seven counties on our borders.

  • TRACK partners employers, educators to prepare students for careers

    By Mary Taylor

    Guest columnist

     

    It’s no secret that many businesses in Kentucky and across the country face challenges in finding the skilled employees they need, and employers, educators and others agree that part of the solution is the development of career pathways for secondary students.
    Tech Ready Apprentices for Careers in Kentucky, or TRACK, is a statewide program helping local industries and school districts in the Lincoln Trail region do just that.

  • TRACK partners employers, educators to prepare students for careers

    By Mary Taylor

    Guest columnist

     

    It’s no secret that many businesses in Kentucky and across the country face challenges in finding the skilled employees they need, and employers, educators and others agree that part of the solution is the development of career pathways for secondary students.
    Tech Ready Apprentices for Careers in Kentucky, or TRACK, is a statewide program helping local industries and school districts in the Lincoln Trail region do just that.

  • Correction Aug. 5

    Marion County Distinguished Young Women participant No. 11 Kelsie Edelen is the daughter of Gigi and Russ Edelen. Her father’s name was not provided to the Enterprise in the information the Distinguished Young Women Committee submitted to the newspaper. Kelly Lynn Peterson’s parents should have been listed as Thad and Kim Peterson. That mistake was also due to incorrect information provided to the Enterprise by the Distinguished Young Women Committee.

  • Building something better

    At the corner of Lincoln and Edmonds Avenues, a home is under construction. Structurally, it’s going to be a house. But when it’s complete, Daphne Staples and her two children will be moving into their new home.
    Staples is this year’s partner with the My New Kentucky Home chapter of Habitat for Humanity. The Build Blitz held July 18-19 ended with the interior wall frames and the exterior walls being raised and the roof being affixed to the structure.