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Today's Opinions

  • Carrying resolutions from one year to the next

    Sticking to New Year’s resolutions has never been something I’m particularly good at — but then again, who is?
    I made four resolutions at the end of 2009, all of which I intended to fulfill in 2010. At the end of the year in 2010, I outed my epic failures in a column for readers of The Anderson News and carried forward those resolutions into 2011.
    So, as not to slight my “new” readership in Spencer County, I decided to do the same.
    Here were my resolutions for 2011:

  • LETTER: Thanks for contributions for pool table

    The senior citizens that use the pool table at the senior center would like to thank those who contributed to the cost to recover the table.

    Patrons of the Spencer County Senior Citizens Center
     

  • COLUMN: Sen. Hornback previews 2012 session

    LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

    By PAUL HORNBACK, State Senator

  • COLUMN: Floyd predicts 'toughest budget session in decades'

    LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

  • LETTER: Thanks for making Toys for Tots a success

    Thanks to everyone for a very successful year for Toys for Tots. We need to give special thanks to all the locations that had toy boxes.
    I would also like to mention the help of Becky Wilson and her staff — they even helped on buying toys locally from money we had collected, mainly in honor of the late Rocky Walters.
    Thank you, also, to Mary Williams and her helpers at First Christian Church in Taylorsville.
    I had a helper, too, in Carol Dean Curtsinger, until he had gallbladder surgery.
    Bruce Kapfhammer
    Taylorsville
     

  • LETTER: A first and powerful Christmas present

    In mid-December, a number of the great people of Spencer County demonstrated their compassion for others when the middle school hosted a Benefit for an orphanage being constructed in Kenya. Over $2,000 was given to help Charles Juma complete an orphanage in Kenya that will initially serve over 300 children. The funds came from a talent show with outstanding performances appreciated by an enthusiastic audience.
    This event could not have happened without the complete cooperation of the school board, superintendent, and staff and the leadership at the middle school.

  • LETTER: Library board is responsible; thousands use facility each year

    I wish to take this opportunity to reply to Mr. John Riley on his questions and concerns about the plans for expansion of the Spencer County Public Library. As a past member and president of the Spencer County Library Board of Directors, I would like to provide some input that may help him and others make informed decisions based on facts.

  • GUEST COLUMN: Redistricting to lead off 2012 session

    Right up front I want to thank the Kentucky Standard, the Pioneer News, and the Spencer Magnet for faithfully printing these columns. I know they don’t do it as a favor to me, but rather to you, their readers. They know that these columns are my writing to you, rather than a stock piece from a staffer in the House. A friend from Spencer County told me once that he liked my writing; said it was at fourth-grade level, so he could understand it. I’m pretty sure he meant it as a compliment, even though he has a college degree or two.