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Today's Opinions

  • Labor Day shout out
  • Something stinks

    Given the chance, our dog, Winnie, will chase any critter. She usually goes after birds because they are the most plentiful, even though they are the hardest to catch. Rabbits taunt her every now and then, and she’s even gotten within inches of one or two. We don’t like it when she chases cats, but they are usually aware of her a solid 50 feet before Winnie is aware of them.

  • Something stinks

    Given the chance, our dog, Winnie, will chase any critter. She usually goes after birds because they are the most plentiful, even though they are the hardest to catch. Rabbits taunt her every now and then, and she’s even gotten within inches of one or two. We don’t like it when she chases cats, but they are usually aware of her a solid 50 feet before Winnie is aware of them.

  • Workforce Development Board continues commitment to attracting veteran talent

    By Mo Miller
    Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board

    There is no doubt that our region has a strong connection to and appreciation for our nation’s military. The men and women who serve our country are part of the fabric of our community due in large part to our proximity to Fort Knox. That’s why in 2012, when veterans faced above average unemployment, the Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board set out to determine why and how we and our regional partners could work together with leaders at Fort Knox to change that.   

  • Kentucky has come a long way when it comes to special education

    Before the mid-1970s, special education in our country’s public schools was all but non-existent. Many students were either outright denied the opportunity to attend because of their disability, or they received inferior instruction if they were able to enroll.

  • See something, say something

    Too often we hear of terrorist attacks and deadly incidents that in many cases could have been prevented or somehow lessened. Strange and erratic behavior is sometimes the first clue to a potential danger posed to our community. That is why the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security developed the “Eye on Kentucky” program.

  • Sign of the times

    The Russians historically protected the Christ culture, not the Bolshevik-Nazi communists. WWII Nazis took off their uniforms and became Reds.
    Communism falls in Russia and is imported to America but it is called globalism. All global systems are meant to control regular people. These moguls care nothing about you, only control. Money equals power.

  • Trump the terrible

    When will Trump, his family and supporters see just how unhinged, ignorant of our constutional rights, the rule of law, and destructive his constant bashing of the media and others is? While Hilary Clinton is not perfect, she is qualified and a reasonable, sane human being. How many prominent Republicans and military professionals denouncing him will it take? Even if Trump loses this election, which he is currently, he will have done serious damage to our democratic republic with his hateful rhetoric.
    Elizabeth Wallen
    Springfield