Today's Opinions

  • A busy summer at the Chamber

    By Krista Levee

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce again this year participated in the Pride of the Counties booth at the Kentucky State Fair. We want to thank everyone who visited and volunteered during the 10 day event. It is a huge undertaking and it would not be possible without the continuous support from our chamber members and community volunteers.

  • Letters to the editor - September 23, 2015

    Dear Editor,

    We would like to say THANK YOU to the community and all those involved in making the Ten Year Old Strikeout Cancer benefit ball tournament a huge success.  Our family cannot begin to express the gratefulness and gratitude we have for our family, friends, and the community.  Josh, the kids, and I are truly humbled by the outpouring from everyone involved with making it happen.

  • My tech envy lesson
  • How to buy a new computer part 1
  • Letter to the editor - September 16, 2015

    Dear Editor,

    Recently, while waiting in line at Hometown IGA to get a deli lunch, I was a behind a young mother. It was obvious that she was a mother because of many of the food items in her cart.

  • A blessing in disguise

    I have really enjoyed writing articles about the various businesses throughout LaRue County since I have been working at the LaRue County Herald News.

  • The importance of Constitution Day

    It may not be celebrated as much as Independence Day, but Constitution Day is arguably just as important. While July 4 recognizes the birth of our nation, Sept. 17 commemorates the day we established the cornerstone of our government and secured our rights as citizens.

    In the 228 years since that journey began, the U.S. Constitution has become the oldest charter among the world’s major countries and still remains, at 4,400 words, the shortest.

  • Manufacturing month showcases career opportunities

    Employers, educators and community organizations across Kentucky are turning their attention to the manufacturing sector, one of the commonwealth’s most significant job creators and economic engines.

    October is Manufacturing Month in Kentucky and October 2 is the fourth annual national Manufacturing Day. The designation gives manufacturers an opportunity to increase awareness of modern manufacturing, the skills it relies on and the career opportunities it offers.