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Today's Opinions

  • Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. Debra Messing’s NBC show
    6. Distress call
    9. Pack down
    13. *Coat used by army starting in Korean War
    14. It can be electric
    15. Of the kidneys
    16. E.T., e.g.
    17. *Progressive or Victorian one
    18. O. Henry’s specialty
    19. *a.k.a. “Father of U.S. Constitution”
    21. *Underground Railroad conductor
    23. Presidential election mo.
    24. Arizona city
    25. Auction call
    28. Poet ____ Angelou

  • Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Crossword Puzzle

    ACROSS
    1. It’s a wrap
    6. *A call to being green, acr.
    9. Fog effect
    13. Solo
    14. Mother, sister or daughter
    15. “_____ truly”
    16. Teacher’s pet, e.g.
    17. Radio knob
    18. Consume
    19. Bungle
    21. *Biology branch
    23. Long time
    24. Niels Bohr’s study object
    25. Cleopatra’s killer?
    28. Christening acquisition
    30. On which Romney and Obama were found
    35. It must go on?
    37. *Like animal near extinction

  • Revisions need to be made on medication laws

    To the editor:

  • Natural law

    To the editor:
    Under the guidance of our Creator, this universe was created and is guided by laws - natural laws.
    Consider the following: the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. Apples fall from trees. Seeds are planted in the soil to grow and produce fruit. Fish swim in water. Birds fly in the sky. Man and animals were made, male and female, to multiply and increase to enjoy this world.

  • Invaluable asset to Harrison County

    To the editor:
    Two weeks ago Cynthiana and Harrison County lost an invaluable asset with the death of Harold Slade. Harold was an original founder of the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum and a tireless worker for historical preservation. We, the Board of Directors of the Cynthiana-Harrison County Trust, Inc., will especially miss Harold. He was our “hanger-upper” and faithful mainstay.

  • Fiscal Court gets one step closer to 2014 budget

    The Harrison County Fiscal Court is one step closer to finalizing its budget for 2014 after discussing county salaries.
    During the second budget workshop, which was held last Tuesday, April 2, the fiscal court took a good look at salaries for county employees.
    However, much time was spent discussing issues brought up by the fiscal court about the Economic Development budget and request for increase in pay for its director.