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Today's Opinions

  • A few more words about photo day

    Sometimes the words I’m thinking do not make it on paper.

    Sometimes that’s a good thing – a very good thing.

    But last week, I failed to include an entire paragraph in a column and even if it’s a week late, it needs to be said.

    Last week, in this space, I wrote about the LaRue County High School seniors having their group photo taken at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park.

  • 'Lighten Up LaRue' offers biggest loser challenge

     

     If you want help with your goals for managing your weight, eating healthy, and getting moving, come and join the Lighten Up LaRue County Biggest Loser Challenge this summer. 

  • Should middle schoolers "play up?"

     I am writing to address a situation at LaRue County Schools. My daughter, who will be a freshman this year recently tried out for the LaRue County High School  Cheerleading Squad. The results were posted Friday night and my daughter did not make the squad – she was chosen as an alternate. I am OK with this, but I have since found out that a seventh-grader made the LCHS Cheerleading Squad. 

  • Intern: Ready to write

    Hello, my name is Felicia Gray and I am the new summer intern at The LaRue County Herald News. My internship is through the Kentucky Press Association.

    Many of you probably know me as Jill and Tim Gray’s daughter. If you know my mom, you probably already know that I attend Campbellsville University — if not because she mentions it nearly every time she says my name, then because she is very proud of her “Campbellsville Mom” T-shirt.

  • Graduates continue to make history

     Last Thursday, the annual LaRue County High School senior group photo at Lincoln Farm was taken.

    I always enjoy taking that photo – mostly because someone else is in charge of lining up the kids. 

    I had a few minutes to reminisce that morning. The kids were running later than usual so I walked around the plaza in front of the Memorial Building – the first memorial constructed to honor the 16th President. 

  • Letter: Lincoln Museum fundraiser successful

     

    Lincoln Museum fundraiser successful

    The board members of the Lincoln Museum thank the following people who helped make our spring market and picnic a successful fundraiser:

    Mona McCubbin and Kenni Deddens, for the use of their beautiful facility

  • Letter: We ask your forgiveness

     

    We ask your forgiveness

  • Letter: Accusations against mayor, city-clerk, are cruel

     

    As a mother-in-law and friend I have sat back and listened to the accusations and rumors that have been said against my son-in-law Terry Cruse and my friend MaDonna Hornback and quite honestly it hurts me deeply at how cruel some people can be.