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Today's Opinions

  • COLUMN: Say 'thank you' to moms and role models
  • Editorial: Beshear's financial mess

    Last week the Paducah Sun published a picture of Health and Family Services Secretary Audrey Haynes holding a sign aside a beaming Gov. Steve Beshear proclaiming that 413,410 people have enrolled in Kentucky's Obamacare program. We suspect the reason Beshear is joyous is because he knows it will fall to a future governor to deal with the financial mess he has created.

  • Just Ask: What's with the garbage?

      There is a bag of garbage on the side of Bardstown Road that has been there many months.

    Who should I report it to?

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  • STUDENT ESSAY: Food Nanny

    Governments have always tried to placate their citizenries by pledging to solve problems, but their attempts only serve to exacerbate the problems they set out to fix.

  • LETTER: A great egg hunt

     Awesome Events would like to thank all our volunteers from Freedoms Way Assembly of God, the special appearance of the Easter Bunny and all the business sponsors who helped with the Easter Egg Hunt this year. We had a great turn out.

    We want to thank Pizza Zone in Buffalo for all their help. We also want to thank Save-A-Lot, Our Hometown IGA, McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Subway, Lees Chicken and Papa John’s Pizza for all their support. A special shout out to Ann Morrison and Dixie Dunn for the yummy cookies. We hope to see everyone next Easter.

  • LETTER: Golf course history explained

     Golf course history explained

    As president of the LaRue County Golf Association, I have had several inquiries about the golf course.  I’m happy to respond to clear up any confusion that exists.

  • LETTER: Several in magazine's spotlight

    Several in magazine’s spotlight

    To whom it may concern:

    Recently, our small but mighty county was highlighted for many things that make this little place special. I read the reference to this in our local paper, but wanted to ensure those that work to ensure these businesses and events take place recognize that locals truly appreciate it. 

  • Thank God for our children

    A small town makes big news.

    Indeed, we have.

    Miss Ivy Brown, LaRue County’s very own Miss Kentucky Basketball, has been a welcome blast of fresh air to offset the stale stink of scandal we have seemed to attract in recent weeks.

    Ivy, we are so proud of the way you have conducted yourself on and off the court.