Today's Opinions

  • Religions’ history is interesting read

    To the editor:
    If you’re really interested in any religion or cult (even though it’s a leftist idea?) read a book regarding the Mormon’s. It’s “The History of Mormonism.” Very interesting and enlightening. Also it’s polygamy.
    Ronald Dumm

  • Baseball coach appreciates support for team

    To the editor:

  • Hometown has much to offer for summer fun

    Summer’s here and the time is right, for dancing in the street.
    That’s right, it is definitely summertime in Harrison County.
    Summer, when I was younger, was without a doubt my favorite time of the year.
    Summer meant no more school for a few months and, to be honest, that was the bulk of why I chose summer as my favorite time of the year.
    Now that I am older, I guess fall would be my favorite time of the year due to it being the time of hunting.
    However, for the sake of the column, I will focus on summer and not what I prefer.

  • Drunk driving

    To the editor:
    As I was reading the paper today I wondered how many lives are we going to lose because of drunk driving? Do you think it is a coincidence that the number of wrecks has increased after the vote allowing people to buy liquor by the drink in Cynthiana? Think about it and if you are one of the people that voted to allow this, do you have trouble sleeping when you hear about people killed due to this this thing?

  • Please support Camp Hendon

    To the editor:
    In February 2011, our daughter, Rachel, was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes.

  • Cynthiana living up to small-town hospitality

    By: Kristie Hamon/Summer Intern

  • Gossipy letters contain untruths

    To the editor:
          After reading several misinformed, gossipy letters to the editor filled with untruths about the Mormon Church, I decided to set the record straight.

  • Use your turn signal in life

    A couple of weeks ago my son earned a “uniform citation” for failing to use his turn signal.
    At the time I thought how trivial and wondered why such a citation was necessary.
    I’m sure there’s a life lesson in there somewhere... much like the “always use sunscreen” lyrics from the late 1990s that was delivered as a graduation speech and later became the basis for a song.
    Always use your turn signal.