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Today's Opinions

  • Lutz would be an ‘outstanding leader’ as District 4 magistrate

    To the editor:

    I ran for the constable seat for my district this last primary season and I got to meet many people and I have to say that Harrison Countians are some of the best folk around. When I moved to this area, my family and I were welcomed with open arms. This county has a rich history and I would like to see that and it’s future continue to shine in Kentucky.

  • Large Tea Party response at Taste of Harrison County event

    To the editor:

    Harrison County was introduced to the Tea Party during the Taste of Harrison County and I personally was astonished by the overwhelming response. Thanks to all!

    Jim Pinson

    Harrison County

     

  • Mattmiller brings people together to accomplish goals

    To the editor:

  • New topic needed for column

    To the editor:

    Okay, Mike Aldridge. We get it. You don’t like the Reds. You don’t like Dusty Baker. Please find a new topic to write about.

    Kim Gossett

    Louisville, Ky.

     

  • Moses will work hard for town

    To the editor:

    I want to urge the citizens of Cynthiana to vote Steve Moses as your next mayor. I have been friends with Mr. Moses and his family since childhood and cannot think of a more dedicated and honest citizen to lead our town. I feel a strong leader is someone who is not afraid to roll their sleeves up and put in an honest day of hard work. Mr. Moses is no stranger to hard work. He worked for 27 years at the State Highway Department. He has the experience to manage our city streets.

  • Stuck on the throne of fear

    The night I was struck with fear began as any other ordinary night.

    I put on pajamas, brushed my teeth, washed my face and went to bed.

    I am 24 years old, but I think I have an 88-year-old bladder.

    I woke up around midnight, like so many other nights, and had to pee.

    I got up and blindly made my way to the dark bathroom.

    I situated myself on the porcelain prince and prepared to do what I had been called there to do... when I saw something out of the corner of my eye.

  • His glory is all in the family

    Recently, my brother’s father-in-law, Ed Bremser, died after a very long illness.

    Just a few months before that, his mother-in-law, Audrey, died.

    The Bremser family is a bunch of huggy, kissy, demonstrative, fiercely loyal, loud, emotionally close people.

    They’ve had a lot of tragedy and hardship in their ranks, but they stick together. Over the years, the Bremsers have been my brother’s primary family.

  • ‘Dinner with David Sheely’ brings magic to Cynthiana

    Something magical happened in Cynthiana last Friday night. If we had stopped to think about it, we most definitely would not have predicted magic, but prediction or not there it was.

    We live in Cynthiana, a quiet little town, so most of the time when we want a fun night out, we get in the car and drive somewhere else. But last Friday and Saturday driving anywhere else was totally unnecessary.