Today's Opinions

  • Class of 1971 will celebrate 40th reunion on Aug. 20

    To the editor:
    The recent successful local production of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” reminds us how fleeting time is. The Harrison County High School Class of 1971 will celebrate its 40th graduation anniversary with a class reunion on Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Ramada Inn in Lexington.
    Our reunion committee has attempted to contact as many classmates as possible. However, if you have not received information regarding the reunion, please call Danny Haley, 859-234-6436, and he will advise you of details.

  • Readers, let us know what you think about...

    Perhaps you don’t agree with a letter or a column here on the Viewpoint page.
    Maybe you think the newspaper or its editor have taken it to far by printing someone’s opinion.
    In recent weeks I’ve heard some mumbling to that effect.
    My response has to be that I would no more deny publication of a letter to the editor than I would ask a librarian to remove a book from the shelf.
    There is the exception of libel and good taste with regards to letters.
    There are a few rules, but we try to limit those.

  • The royal wedding went fine without us, let’s focus on a local level

    I feel the need to remind everyone that even though there is tons of breaking national news currently being talked about, we still need to remember local news as well.
    When I was in college, I took a class called Community Leadership Development 320, better known to the students as “What’s in the news.”
    The class was taught by the very enthusiastic Dr. Randy Weckman, who by my understanding, might be the No. 1 person to call when you want to know what is going on around the world.

  • Cynthiana Bulldog Week planned

    To the editor:
    I am writing to tell your readers about the annual celebration of Cynthiana High School.
    The dinner and celebration will take place at the Elks Club on Saturday, June 25, 2011, starting at 5 p.m.
    Reservations for the dinner, catered by Layne Tussey, can be made by calling Elaine P. Blackburn at 859-234-5689. Tickets can be purchased at Whalen’s Jewelry, the museum, Farmer’s National Bank and Chase Jewelers. The cost is $15 per person.

  • ‘Verbally attacked’ at public meeting

    To the editor:
    On April 26, 2011, I took the following concerns about the Planning Commission to the Harrison County Fiscal Court meeting:
    •Hundreds of illegal plat maps on file at the clerk’s office;
    •Possible open records request violation or falsification from the zoning administrator;
    •How the HA Jones property was approved for resubdivision;
    •Letter from the county attorney promoting bias against me on behalf of the planning commission; and

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