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Today's Opinions

  • Bud and Geneva’s sons


    . . . and their grandsons.

    More about that in just a minute.
    Washington County High School does a lot of things well, but do you know what they do great?
     It’s their Veteran’s Day program, which they have been holding for the past several years.
    I’ve been told by many people that I ought to stop in and see why so many veterans look forward to attending this program every year.
    My curiosity was piqued,  and I attended it early on this past Friday, Nov. 4.

  • Warm fuzzies all around

     

    Last weekend was a first for me, as I traveled to my alma mater to check out the state marching band finals. 

    Being back on Western Kentucky University’s campus always stirs up memories, as you might expect. 

    I have never been to a marching band competition, but I have heard a lot about them over the years. 

  • Keep the light on: Don’t miss the victory

     

     I couldn’t take it any longer. Fatigued at the end of the work week and convinced my St. Louis Cardinals would not survive game six of the World Series, I turned the light off and was fast asleep by 11:15 p.m.

    Early the next morning, Lori asked me who won. 

    “Oh, the Texas Rangers did,” I mournfully informed her. “I stayed with the Cardinals until they left the bases loaded and fell behind 7-4.” 

  • Who can be a volunteer firefighter?

     

    Firemen never die, they just burn forever in the hearts of the people whose lives they saved. 

    ~Susan Diane Murphree

     

    So what makes up a volunteer firefighter?  

  • Two stars, one family


    The other day, the Springfield Business and Professional Women’s Club (BPW) awarded Jan Fattizzi its 2011 Woman of Achievement award for her “tireless efforts for the Central Kentucky Community Theatre and St. Dominic School.”

  • Time to open up the mailbag

     

  • Occupy in a culture of discontent

     

    “Cause it’s a bittersweet  symphony, this life.
    Trying to make ends meet,
    you’re a slave to money then you die.”
    - The Verve,  “Bittersweet Symphony”

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