Today's Opinions

  • Crossword Puzzle Solution
  • Support has made my dream come true

    To the editor:
    As I prepare for my Heart of Europe trip as a student ambassador with the People to People Program, I want to thank the many people who have helped make this trip possible. First, I want to thank the anonymous person that nominated me as a candidate for this program.

  • Thank you for all your support

    To the editor:
    I would like to publicly thank the people who have helped me to be able to participate in the Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation’s Student Ambassador Program. I will leave June 28 as an Ambassador to Italy, France, Switzerland and Austria for three weeks.

  • Crossword Puzzle

    1. Abraham, originally
    6. Bag in Paris
    9. The complete duration of something
    13. Quickly fry
    14. Lennon’s wife
    15. Welsh dog breed
    16. “That is,” in Latin
    17. Like arctic air
    18. Run _____ of the law
    19. *Like the July 4th holiday
    21. *March for the community
    23. Be unwell
    24. Boot
    25. Triple ___
    28. Treble ____
    30. *Subject of Nathan’s contest
    35. Turkey dance
    37. German composer Carl ____

  • A few things to remember during yard sale season

    ‘Tis the season for cleaning and pricing items that have long been forgotten by homeowners.
    ‘Tis the season for yard sales.
    Any homeowner will admit that in a short time, accumulation of what we think to be precious items that must always be near us, tend to add up to one cluttered room or basement.
    When was the last time you dared to venture up stairs to find your mother’s old tea pitcher that has not been used since she kicked the can over 10 years ago?

  • 193 40th reunion

    To the editor:
    The Class of Harrison County 1973 is busy planning its 40th reunion. We are missing several addresses and would love for evryone to attend. Our plans are Aug. 3, 2013, we will meet at the Elks Lodge in Cynthiana, Ky at 6 p.m.

  • County should have renewed contract

    To the editor:

  • Blame should not be placed on paper’s editor

    To the editor:
    After school I was a social worker in eastern Kentucky for a year. I then was a probation and parole officer for three years. Then I was a cop in Lexington for 21 years.
    When I read the front page article on the William Chambers event I did not think too much about it. Another one vehicle fatality that we see all too often.
    Then came the deluge of nitrolic letters that beat on the editor.