Today's Opinions

  • Carrollton Federal thanks attendees to open house


    Carrollton Federal Bank hosted their annual Open House event on Dec. 8, between the hours of 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The event was well attended and received. The attendees received individual gifts as well as homemade refreshments and enjoyed personal fellowship with the staff.

    The Open House celebration concluded with multiple drawings that included a 43” Vizio HD smart TV, Kindle Fire HD 8” Tablet, 53” Teddy Bear, $25 Kroger gift card and $25 El Nopal gift card.

    Congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone that attended!

  • Public employees hurt taxpayers by misusing voting time

    Bowling Green Daily News

    Voting in this country is a privilege and a civic responsibility.

  • State offers many holiday options for families to celebrate together

    With less than two weeks to go before Christmas, the window to buy gifts and take part in seasonal activities is quickly drawing to a close. 

    The good news is that, if you’re still unsure of what to get or what to do, there is still time to bring everything together and to do it in a way that highlights Kentucky’s unique nature.

  • Rand outlines state’s business developments this past year

    The year may be about over, but from an economic standpoint, it won’t soon be forgotten.

  • Enjoy the holidays, but don’t let them ruin your progress

    As much as your training requires you being honest with yourself in the gym, something else you must be honest about is food intake! Are you sure you know exactly what you’re eating, every day?

    Many people make the fatal error of grossly misjudging what they’re actually consuming. With Christmas around the corner, there’s no better time to talk about the reality of food intake. 

  • Report shows challenges facing law enforcement

    To get a better understanding of what our law enforcement officers do every day, all one has to do is flip through two comprehensive reports that the Kentucky State Police compile annually on serious crimes and traffic accidents.

  • Shopping local has a huge impact


    The Jessamine Journal

    By now most people are making that list and checking it twice, channeling their inner Santa Claus.

    Many people can tell you exactly how many shopping days remain until Christmas. Others, like myself, have lots of people to buy for still.

    Hopefully everyone will try to match up that shopping list with local stores that can meet those needs.

    Shopping local is critical to our community as small businesses are the lifeblood that truly keep us strong.

  • Praise for bridge repair


    To the crew that worked on the bridge going to Worthville. I don’t know who you are but you did an awesome job fixing the bridge.

    Thank you so much. Most bridges you bump getting on and bump getting off but this bridge is so smooth. Just wanted you to know a lot of people out there are saying “thank you”. You deserve it!

    Faye Allen

    Sanders, Ky.