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Today's Opinions

  • Family finds hope amid disaster

    To the editor:
    Words cannot begin to express our growing gratitude for all God has done in our lives. Though our lives have changed drastically and the days have been hard, I am in awe of the positive changes that have occurred and are still occurring in our lives.

  • Owen clerk endorses Furnish

    To the editor:

    I am pleased to write this letter of recommendation for Linda Furnish as Harrison County Clerk. I highly recommend Linda as a candidate to serve again as your county clerk.

  • Hampton an excellent Sheriff

    To the editor:

    Sheriff Bruce Hampton has proven to be an excellent sheriff and has done so much good for our community on all levels.
    He is a dad, husband and granddad who believes in standing up for what is right and helping to keep our families safe.
    I appreciate Sheriff Hampton and his family for the sacrifices they’ve made for our community.

    Lois Kidwell
    Cynthiana
     

  • Friend found thanks to readers

    To the editor:

    Many thanks for printing my last “Letter to the Editor.” We found Carl Taylor at the Veterans Center in Wilmore and I have received a letter from him. I’m so grateful to connect with him once again.
    Just one person replied to my letter in your paper and that was Jeanette Sowder of Cynthiana, but that’s all it took. I’m very grateful that she took the time to write me. I may have a new pen pal!
    Thank you for your phone call and the follow-up to my inquiry.

    Deanna Tebby
    Ontario, Canada

  • City does not need parking lot

    To the editor:

    Thank you Becky Barnes for your editorial concerning another parking lot on Pike Street. I agree with you completely.
    If the building on Pike and Walnut Sts. must be torn down, let’s turn the area into a pretty little park. We would have something that we could be proud of - not another parking lot.
    A very concerned citizen.

    Carolyn Lancaster
    Cynthiana, Ky.
     

  • Finding ways to improve Kentucky's roads

    If there is one issue that binds today’s legislators with our counterparts who served more than two centuries ago, it’s finding ways to improve Kentucky’s roads.

     

  • Signs, Signs, Everywhere a Sign

    It may come as a surprise to some, although I don’t know who, that there is a local election coming up in May.
    Even if you don’t know that in Kentucky election years changed a few years back so that county races all fall at the same time, you surely have seen all the ‘VOTE FOR ME’ signs.
    The idea behind moving elections was to save counties money by not having to have some sort of local election and possibly a primary every year.
    What it has created is a muddle of election signs all at one time.

  • Machines are too smart to take over:

    Some mornings ... well, let’s just say that there are mornings that can start so badly that its better to have tea in the office than coffee.