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Today's Opinions

  • A resolution revolution

    I resolve to stage a revolt against making New Year’s resolutions. I’ve had it with them; they don’t work for me. The New Year is still in infancy, and I’ve already broken 75 percent of my resolutions.  
    It’s not that I didn’t try; I just forgot. The pressure of the moment distracted my attention from keeping the resolution.

  • Miss Cindy

    Better than being rich is having a job you love.
    So, if you get to work at one great job in your lifetime, then you’re blessed. If you get two great jobs then you’re truly blessed. I think my wife would very much agree.
    Cindy is moving on from St. Dominic School to the Springfield State Bank beginning in January. It’s a great move for our family from one great place to work to another. But it wasn’t a decision made without a lot of careful thought and prayers.

  • Have a merry life

    “We are so happy to be alive. Life means a lot more today than yesterday,” said Panama City, Fla. school board member, Jerry Register, the day after deranged gunman, Clay Duke, opened fire on the school board and the school superintendent, William Husfelt.

  • An after-Christmas story

    Well, Christmas is over. 

    Have you gotten your after-Christmas “thumping” yet?
    Don’t know what a Christmas thumping is? A thumping is what you get when you foolishly buy something for your spouse that they don’t truly want.  The thumping itself can take many forms of retribution.
    I’ve never had to give Cindy a thumping.  Cindy is the queen of gift giving in our house, except maybe when it comes to clothes for tween and teen girls.  Take me, for instance.

  • Church signs

    I always love quotes and one-liners. Don’t you?  

  • Remembering Christmas 1944


    The following is a column written by Mackville native Leon Keeling. He served as news editor of The Harrodsburg Herald in Mercer County for 34 years. After his retirement in 1984, he continued to write columns for the Herald until his death in 2007. He was married to the former Imogene Buster, now of Nicholasville, Ky.

  • Fire department addresses citizens, says fire protection will continue

  • Register for Weigh Down Washington County 2011

                                  

    Do your part in making Washington Co. healthier.  A recent report stated that 33 percent of Washington County citizens are obese.  Of this number, 21 percent are children.  Be willing to set a good example for your children and grandchildren.