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Today's Opinions

  • Corrections

    Corrections

    In the Feb. 6 edition, Janyla Sallee was incorrectly identified as Kyhia Hughes in a photo for the Black Heritage Celebration.

    In last week’s edition, in the fiscal court briefs, the Animal Shelter Committee report should have stated there were 86 animals from Washington County in the last six months of 2018.

    In a feature story about Tom and Carol Morgeson in last week’s bridal section, it should have stated that Carol immigrated from South Korea to Maryland.

  • General Assembly prioritizes children, families with recent legislation

     Strengthening Kentucky families was a recurring theme last week, as there has been a great deal of bipartisan legislative activity putting families and children first.

  • Senate passes school safety bill

    The General Assembly hit the ground running this week as it began the continuation of the 2019 Regular Session. The Senate Majority is excited to move forward with its legislative priorities and pass laws that benefit the Commonwealth.

  • In-demand career field: Healthcare opportunities growing fast in Central Kentucky

     There’s never been a better time to consider a career in the healthcare field. This diverse and growing field offers long-term stability, high earning potential and the personal satisfaction that comes with making a real difference in people’s lives. Time and again, people with even the slightest inclination to care for others — whether it’s at the bedside or in a behind-the-scenes role — find the perfect career fit in healthcare. 

  • Clarification

    Charles Mills asked The Lebanon Enterprise to print a correction regarding a statement he made in last week’s story about his crematorium. The story should have stated that local funeral homes use a crematorium in Louisville.

  • Coping together

     We are all still thawing out after last week’s polar vortex, which hit the U.S. with brutally frigid temperatures that led to canceled flights, closed schools and dangerous conditions. Many states hit new all-time cold records last week, including -33 in Aurora, Illinois.

    BRRRR!!!

    But, let us all be thankful that last week’s polar vortex didn’t include ice.

  • Coping together

     We are all still thawing out after last week’s polar vortex, which hit the U.S. with brutally frigid temperatures that led to canceled flights, closed schools and dangerous conditions. Many states hit new all-time cold records last week, including -33 in Aurora, Illinois.

    BRRRR!!!

    But, let us all be thankful that last week’s polar vortex didn’t include ice.

  • Coping together

     We are all still thawing out after last week’s polar vortex, which hit the U.S. with brutally frigid temperatures that led to canceled flights, closed schools and dangerous conditions. Many states hit new all-time cold records last week, including -33 in Aurora, Illinois.

    BRRRR!!!

    But, let us all be thankful that last week’s polar vortex didn’t include ice.