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Today's Opinions

  • Correction, Oct. 29

    A letter to the editor in the Oct. 15 edition contained some inaccurate information regarding how long Sen. Rand Paul has lived in Kentucky. Paul married his wife, Kelly Ashby of Russellville, 23 years ago, and Paul has been a practicing ophthalmologist in Bowling Green for 17 years.

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 22, 2014

     

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 22, 2014

     

  • There is still lots to learn at legislature

    With recent rain showers and storms rolling through Kentucky as cool and warm weather mix, along with getting into the heart of football season and leaves turning and beginning to fall, autumn is officially here. Along with that, we are very close to an important election day as we go to the polls to choose our next U.S. Senator as well as many local and state officials who will shape policy over the next two to four years. Again, I want to encourage you to exercise your right to vote on Nov. 4 or call your clerk about voting via absentee ballot in the case you will be out of town.

  • There is still lots to learn at legislature

    With recent rain showers and storms rolling through Kentucky as cool and warm weather mix, along with getting into the heart of football season and leaves turning and beginning to fall, autumn is officially here. Along with that, we are very close to an important election day as we go to the polls to choose our next U.S. Senator as well as many local and state officials who will shape policy over the next two to four years. Again, I want to encourage you to exercise your right to vote on Nov. 4 or call your clerk about voting via absentee ballot in the case you will be out of town.

  • Creating opportunities for workforce enhances collective community

    By Davette Swiney
    President/CEO of Central Kentucky Community Foundation

    Increasing the caliber of our community starts with a commitment to affecting the lives of individual citizens.

  • Creating opportunities for workforce enhances collective community

    By Davette Swiney
    President/CEO of Central Kentucky Community Foundation

    Increasing the caliber of our community starts with a commitment to affecting the lives of individual citizens.

  • Letters to the editor - Oct. 15, 2014

    Born, raised in Kentucky
    To the people of Kentucky, I am proud to be a fifth or sixth generation Kentuckian. I'm proud to be bred, born and raised a Kentuckian. My father's family, the Perrys, have been in Stamping Ground since the 1790s. My mother's family, the Abrams, has been in Frankfort since the 1800s. I am a Kentuckian from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet. So this is how I feel about the politicians.