Today's Opinions

  • Legislative Update

    By Sen. Jimmy Higdon

  • Opinion: From our readers 1 14 15

    Reader voices concerns regarding treatment of pet
    I am writing concerning my parents, Ted and Betty Goodlett, Girl the dog, and Spencer County Dog Pound. Girl has now been picked up twice within three days by a woman from the pound.
    Girl was dropped at my parent’s house when she was a puppy. She was at the end of her young life of being a Pit Bull; the owners were going to have her put down. My father is a farmer, a retired navy veteran; a man that strongly believes in his freedom along with his animals.

  • Locals working together to save lives

    Friday, dozens of Spencer County’s finest were working together in freezing temperatures to save the lives of two truck drivers involved in a pretty horrific crash on KY 55.
    For several hours, beginning at around 10:30 a.m. and ending after 8 p.m., our first responders worked in extremely cold weather to clear the scene of a two vehicle accident involving semi trucks that collided at the intersection of Ky 55 and KY 1633. From my observation, they not only worked in a very professional manner, but in a safe and expedient manner.

  • Editorial: Positive beginning for fiscal court

    The Spencer County fiscal court had a productive and interesting first day Monday, during a nearly all day session. I felt it appropriate here to list the hits and misses in the court’s first meeting as a grade of sorts to get the ball rolling on this new fiscal court cycle.

  • Opinion: From our readers 12 31 14

    U.S. looks like a nation in retreat
    Want to know what a nation in retreat looks like? Look at America at the close of 2014.
    Recently, America suffered three devastating blows to freedom and order.

  • Optimism in abundance during ceremony

    Sunday, most of your recently elected officials were sworn into their respective offices. The ceremony brought out not only the officials themselves, but family, friends and other supporters to share in this important moment. For some, the swearing in ceremony was a mere formality, as they have been reelected to positions they have held for many years. For others, it was a first of what could be many more such ceremonies as the future unfolds.

  • Opinion: From our readers 12 24 14

    Remember those
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  • Hopefully the circus has finally left town