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Today's Opinions

  • Advice to Millennials on managing Credit and Debt

    Got debt? You’re not alone. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York released a report recently that U.S. household debt—which includes home mortgages and home equity loans, credit card debt, auto loans and student debt—stood at $12.73 trillion in the first quarter of 2017. That’s a staggering amount, and surpasses the previous record set during the 2008 recession. The Fed also reported that 44 million Americans share a piece of over 1.34 trillion dollars’ worth of student loan debt. The majority of student debt holders are now over 30 years old.

  • Letter to the editor - Vinessa Johnson

    Dear Editor,

  • Eclipse excitement

    There has been a lot of buzz this past month about the total solar eclipse that is supposed to occur on August 21.

    I am not going to regurgitate all the information about it since our correspondent Ron Benningfield wrote a well written and informational article about it.

  • DIY home canned tomato juice

    If you want to make and can your own tomato juice, an average of 23 pounds of tomatoes is needed per canner load of 7 quarts, or an average of 14 pounds per canner load of 9 pints. A bushel weighs 53 pounds and yields 15 to 18 quarts of juice – an average of three and one fourth pounds per quart. Wash, remove stems, and trim off bruised or discolored portions.

  • Millennials– Vital to Our Workplace

    Did you know by 2020 millennials will make-up 50 percent or more of the workforce? It is an alarming statistic if you buy into the negative stereotypes that exist around this generation, born between 1977 and 1995.

  • Where corn don't grow

    Corn grows all over LaRue County. It’s hard to drive anywhere and not see corn growing. So I think you’ll understand when I tell you there’s a song, sung by Travis Tritt, called “Where Corn Don’t Grow” (I know here I go again with my musical references).

  • Safely view the solar eclipse

    Much of the state will be able to see parts of solar eclipse August 21, with some areas of Western Kentucky experiencing a total solar eclipse. As you look to the skies, remember to take the proper precautions to protect your eyesight.

  • Chamber Unites!

    By Sandy Kidd
    LaRue County Chamber Director