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Today's News

  • Legislative Update

    FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan 16, 2015) – Greetings from Frankfort. After a busy and very productive first week of the session, we are in adjournment until February 3. Yet, we still have much work to do. The last date for new bills is Feb. 13 and that means that we are working to see what legislation needs priority and how to move forward efficiently. I have been traveling to Frankfort and meeting with the other leaders to prepare.

  • Opinion: From our readers 1 21 15

    Reader cannot support what Charlie Hebdo stands for
    I am NOT Charlie Hebdo!
    The world’s sympathy was poured out on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo two weeks ago after radical Islamic terrorists stormed their building and killed a number of employees, two police officers and then continued their killing spree a couple days later at a Kosher grocery store.

  • Let your voices be heard

    As the editor of a community newspaper, one of the things I enjoy most is being able to interact with the community, not only personally, but through the pages of this newspaper.
    Generally not a day goes by that I am not at some public function, or even at the grocery store, where someone doesn’t stop me to chat about an issue of interest to them in the community.

  • SAVVY SENIOR: Getting around when you no longer drive

    Dear Savvy Senior,
    Where can I find out about alternative transportation options for my elderly mother? She needs to give up driving, but before she does, we need to figure out how she’ll get around.
    Searching Daughter

    Dear Searching,
    Alternative transportation services vary widely by community, so what’s available to your mom will depend on where she lives. Here’s what you should know.

  • Continuing to give after Christmas

    By Ned Way

  • God is there in moments of weakness

    Do you ever feel weak? I don’t mean physically weak, though I am sure that happens sometimes. No, I mean a kind of deep weakness that steals into your heart and life. The kind of weakness that makes everything an effort. The kind of weakness that might be called depression or exhaustion. The kind of weakness that robs color from your day and paints everything in shades of grey.

  • Jesus is favored by all

    A Reading from Luke 2:40 and 52
    And the child grew and became strong, filled with wisdom. And the favor of God was upon him… And Jesus increased in wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and man.
    I find this passage of Scripture fascinating, because sinful man and God both had favor on Jesus. Think about that for a moment, sinful man and God agreeing on something…Jesus being favored. Wow. I find this surprising because many people in this world only favor those who are wealthy, famous, beautiful, athletic, or intelligent.

  • Boys drop game against Collins

     

  • Lady Bears’ coach sees improvement in team

     

  • Higdon, Tipton share coffee, updates