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Today's Opinions

  • A year of no sleep and new beginnings

    With this issue, we close the book on news in 2011.

  • Another earth, another you, another year

    Scientists have finally discovered another earth. Well, sort of.

  • Sleepwalker

    You ever know someone that would sleepwalk?

  • Readers Write


    Dear Editor,

    To whom it may concern, especially residents of Rizer Avenue and Neal Street. Cats are being caught in ‘Have a Heart’ cages and taken out on the highway and turned loose with no water, food or shelter.
    This is inhumane and is being reported to the Humane Society.
    Also, it is against the law to dump animals on the road.
    If your cat goes missing, you can be sure this is what happened. I hope this doesn’t happen to you.

    Cecilia Warner
    Springfield

  • Readers Write


    Dear Editor,

    To whom it may concern, especially residents of Rizer Avenue and Neal Street. Cats are being caught in ‘Have a Heart’ cages and taken out on the highway and turned loose with no water, food or shelter.
    This is inhumane and is being reported to the Humane Society.
    Also, it is against the law to dump animals on the road.
    If your cat goes missing, you can be sure this is what happened. I hope this doesn’t happen to you.

    Cecilia Warner
    Springfield

  • The rising cost of higher education


    Editor’s Note: Bob Lochte is a professor and chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications at Murray State University.
    His opinions are his own and do not represent the official view of the Kentucky Press Association, Murray State University or any government agency in the Commonwealth.

  • The rising cost of higher education


    Editor’s Note: Bob Lochte is a professor and chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications at Murray State University.
    His opinions are his own and do not represent the official view of the Kentucky Press Association, Murray State University or any government agency in the Commonwealth.

  • What is a church, by any other name


    Lately, as I traveled the country towns of central Kentucky, I’ve noticed a gradual shift in the names of the churches along the highways.