Today's Opinions

  • April is Financial Literacy Month

    April is Financial Literacy Month, and now is a great time to learn or review the basics of budgeting, saving, investing, responsibly using credit cards, managing your credit rating and protecting yourself from identity theft.

  • Correction

    The April 20 article about Daniel Shuck should have said he was indicted on two counts of 1st degree rape.

  • Spring Break Planting
  • Saying farewell to animal companions

    It’s been two months, but it’s taken me that long to get to a point where I could write about it.

    On Feb. 19, I said goodbye to my faithful feline friend of 13.5 years.
    Mickey had been sick for some time, and seriously so for three weeks.
    On Valentine’s Day, we learned the reason for his off-and-on cough — he had lung cancer, and he had it pretty bad.

  • April is child abuse prevention month

    Childhood is supposed to be an age of innocence, but for too many in the Commonwealth it’s a time of suffering.  In 2009 a report revealed that Kentucky led the nation in the number of children who die as a result of abuse and neglect. Statistics show that every minute in Kentucky, two children are victims of abuse and neglect that can leave emotional and physical scars that last a lifetime.  No doubt there are countless more cases that go unreported.

  • A turning point for fiscal responsibility

    Shortly before midnight on April 8, House Speaker John Boehner, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and President Barack Obama reached an agreement on a bill to fund the government for the remainder of the fiscal year that includes substantial spending cuts and averted a government shutdown. 

  • Alcohol awareness month: YoCo takes a stand

    The Henry County CARE Team’s Youth Coalition, better known as YoCo, would like to announce that April is Alcohol Awareness Month.
    This week we are hosting a Spirit Week at both Eminence and Henry County Middle and High Schools. Our goals for the week are to raise awareness of teen alcohol consumption, get students actively involved in making good decisions, and, of course, have a little fun.

  • Kentucky State Police-Post 5, Campbellsburg celebrates National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, April 10-16

    National Public Safety Telecommunications Week was established by the United States Congress in 1991 to recognize the dedicated professionals who link the public to emergency services.  Kentucky State Police is joining the efforts to celebrate the more than 200,000 telecommunicators throughout the United States.