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Today's Opinions

  • All will be made right

    Exactly one year ago, I had no idea that Lebanon or Marion County existed. Exactly one year ago, I was not sure how exactly I fit into the world and where I wanted to go after graduation, and I was very overwhelmed by the unknown.

  • Where is your conscience?

    If you don’t know the definition of a conscience it is defined by Webster as “the sense or consciousness of the moral goodness or blameworthiness of one’s own conduct, intentions, or character together with a feeling of obligation to do right or be good.”

  • Celebrating entrepreneurship in our communities

    From founders of retail and hospitality enterprises, to innovators in the technology and manufacturing sectors, to service providers who knew they could offer something new and better to the marketplace, our region is fortunate to be home to many entrepreneurs. 

  • Protect your family: Focus on flu this season

    There’s a reason we do a lot of routine things to maintain our health. We brush our teeth, try to eat right, and try to exercise regularly. And, hopefully, everyone who is able gets their flu vaccine each fall. 

    We have good reason to get that flu shot. Last year was one of the most devastating flu seasons in Kentucky history, resulting in nearly 10,500 infections and 325 deaths. 

  • Community supports Loretto Child Care
  • Cleaning out my closet

    Lately, I’ve been trying to clean out my closet. The metaphorical closet in my head where I’ve stuffed any unresolved hang up over the years and left them there to rot in the back of my mind. The kind of stuff that you start thinking about on really long drives or sitting by the ocean at night, which I did a few weeks ago on vacation.

    A lot of times in life, I’ve shoved things aside so I didn’t have to deal with them and confront the issue at hand.

  • Cleaning out my closet

    Lately, I’ve been trying to clean out my closet. The metaphorical closet in my head where I’ve stuffed any unresolved hang up over the years and left them there to rot in the back of my mind. The kind of stuff that you start thinking about on really long drives or sitting by the ocean at night, which I did a few weeks ago on vacation.

    A lot of times in life, I’ve shoved things aside so I didn’t have to deal with them and confront the issue at hand.

  • Empower teachers, engage students

    By Kaelin Reed