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Today's Opinions

  • Thank you to EIS board for sprucing up the school

    I am writing this letter as a word of thanks to the Eminence Board of Education and its administration.

    Several weeks ago, while the students and staff were on fall break, the board hired a company to come into our district and make some necessary changes to the building.

  • White responds to criticism

    Mike Ray is an honorable man.  I have known him since Protect Our Children, an organization that Pid Smith and I started to stop an illegal waste incinerator and which culminated in county-wide zoning. Since that time he has served Henry County in several capacities, the last as the appointed head of the Henry County Development Council.

  • Proud to live in Eminence

    The morning of Wednesday, Oct. 27, was a sad morning for one of our business owners. Ricky Rines lost a good part of his Automotive business.

  • Election day is just two weeks away

    The big day is almost here.

    On Nov. 2, Henry Countians will head to the polls and cast their choices for city, county and state races.

    I’d like to extend a big thank you to those candidates who participated in our election forums last week, and those who will attend our third and final forum tomorrow night in Campbellsburg.

  • Ky Chamber PAC endorses Rick Rand

    With four weeks left before the election, it is make-or-break time for many candidates.  In Kentucky, our legislature contains many true statesmen who should be kept in office.  Rep. Rick Rand is of these statesmen.

  • Response to Letter by Dr. Steven D. White

    The letter by Dr. White on Oct. 6 presented numerous questions and comments.  The following will provide responses to some of the questions, and provide further detail relative to various comments.

  • Keep our jailer, re-elect J.C. Suter

    I just want to say we don’t need a new jailer. J.C. has done an excellent job.

  • Thank you to unknown caller

    The family and friends of Jackie Payne would like to thank the unknown person who rendered aid to him by calling 911.  Jackie had a motorcycle accident on Mulberry Pike on 10/6/10 at approximately 8:30 p.m.  He was unconscious and lying off the roadway when this unidentified male called for medical assistance.  We need more people like this in the world who are willing to go above and beyond.

    The family and friends of Jackie Payne