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Today's Opinions

  • The richest man I know

    “The blessing of the Lord makes rich, and he adds no sorrow with it.”
    - Proverbs 10:22

    As a young man, I was always proud of my father.

    I have not equaled him in anything in my own eyes to this day.

    Long after he’s gone, I will continue to respect the life that he has lived.

    Yet, he has folks that he looked up to over this long 88 years, and counting.

    I know he deeply respects someone when I hear him say this simple sentence: “He’s a good man.”

  • The blessing of the hands

    “I don’t think he’s going to make it through the ceremony,” my daughter Madi predicted of her two year old son, Eli.  We were standing in the foyer of Ransdell Chapel for Madi’s Pinning Ceremony.

    She was graduating from Campbellsville University’s School of Nursing.

  • ‘Team’ gets it done

    Anyone involved with the construction of the new school — from district officials to the architects to the contractors — will tell you that the project has hit its share of snags, delays and headaches.

    There were serious questions as to whether the facility would be ready at any point this school year, but in the end, all sides came together to make sure Washington County High School students are going to  have the best experience possible when they return to school on Jan. 5.

  • Old man Potter comes to town

    “George, I am an old man, and most people hate me. But I don’t like them either, so that makes it all even.”
    - Mr. Henry F. Potter
    Banker
    Bedford Falls

    Watch out kids!

    If you’re bad at Christmas you won’t get a lump of coal in your stockings. You’ll get old man Potter to come live with you.

    That Christmas classic, “It’s A Wonderful Life”, is coming to the Central Kentucky Community Theatre for the next couple of weekends, and you don’t want to miss it.

  • 3...2...1...blast off!

    Because I was born and raised in Los Angeles County, Calif., I’m used to some pretty horrible traffic. Usually, I would have to leave at least 30-45 minutes earlier than I would normally have to just to get somewhere on time.

    The habit stuck with me over the years, and even though the worst thing I have to worry about for traffic here is a tractor on the road, I still manage to leave 30-45 minutes earlier than I would normally have to.

  • A simple way to prep for Christmas

    The Bluegrass country around Lexington, not far from where I live in Lebanon, is home to some of the finest racehorses. It’s exciting to watch the horses bolt from the starting gate, and the sound of their hooves thunders across the track.

  • LETTER: Backpack program a success

    Dear editor,

  • LETTER: Will we choose life?

    Dear editor,
    One vote. That’s what it took to defeat the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline bill. Of course, this controversial issue is not going away.

    Is anyone communicating with facts? Those who support the pipeline continue in mantra-like form to proclaim that the pipeline is good for the economy.