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Today's Opinions

  • In the grip of mowing mania, think monarchs

    Beyond the orange barrels and black asphalt in warm weather work zones, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) will also try, by adding milkweed to its interstate pollinator plantings, to pave the way for orange and black monarchs during their massive international migration, according to a news release sent out by the state department last week.

  • Protect the earth from legislators

    A few years ago, Wendell Berry proclaimed, “I stand for what I stand on.”  These are words that we should all aim to live by. 

  • Be a CASA volunteer

    Each year over 28,000 children experience abuse and neglect in Kentucky. To paint a picture of the need, the average Kentucky elementary school has 500 students. 

    The 28,000 abused and neglected children could fill 56 elementary schools. This number includes 132 children in Henry County. 

  • Bills passed designed to move state forward

    It’s been good to be back among the people of the 47th House District in Carroll, Gallatin, Henry and Trimble counties since the adjournment of the 2017 session of the Kentucky General Assembly on March 30.  I’ve enjoyed talking to so many of you about the many issues we faced and the final decisions that were made, some with my support and some without. 

  • As one session ends, planning for next begins

    Long nights, intense debate and media attention from across the globe wrapped up what started as a quiet final week of the 2017 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly. Minutes before the Senate gaveled out for good, Gov. Matt Bevin called this session the most productive in history.  It was truly an honor to work alongside the governor with the new House majority to pass many great initiatives for our commonwealth.

  • Resurrection in us: An unfathomable story

    After 59 years of being a Jesus-follower, 49 of those as a minister, I confess that the Jesus story remains an unfathomable story.

    From what can be known, it seems that he had been a good son, a loving brother and a true friend.  Yet, at a time when others his age were caring for their families, he chose another way.  Long before he could have known, there was a call upon his life, and there came a day when he knew it was time to heed the call.  

  • County needs a ‘stop and stay’ business
  • Pay attention to ongoing legislative actions

    I guess the repeal and replace rant that we have had to listen to for the last seven years was just campaign talk.