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Today's Opinions

  • 2010 is a new beginning for each of us

    Aren’t you happy to be living and see the beginning of a new year? What expectations we have of ourselves ...

  • Laptops for LaRue: A great proposal for student learning

    When I first heard about the proposed laptop initiative for LaRue County students, I had a knee-jerk reaction. What? Purchase computers for students? Don’t they already have them at school?

    I was raised by parents who grew up during the Great Depression. They didn’t expect to receive extras.

    That’s why my first thought was that taxpayer money should not go toward providing computers to individual students. After all, nobody ever bought me a computer, much less a pencil, and I turned out OK – well, mostly.

    But I’ve changed my mind.

  • Self-resolutions for the New Year

    With the beginning of another new year, new opportunities arise to better ourselves, to help others and to improve our own particular situations. In addition to the usual list of resolutions – lose weight, start new hobbies, give more time to family and friends – consider adding the following in order to help gain more freedom and independence for yourself in the new year.

    During this New Year, I will:

  • Santa Run a success

    Bobby Morrison’s Santa Claus program wants to thank everyone for their donations and volunteering their time to make this 43rd year a very special one. The caring people of this community have helped to make this program a great success.

    Ann (Snookie) Morrison

    and Santa’s Helpers

     

  • Santa Run a success

    Bobby Morrison’s Santa Claus program wants to thank everyone for their donations and volunteering their time to make this 43rd year a very special one. The caring people of this community have helped to make this program a great success.

    Ann (Snookie) Morrison

    and Santa’s Helpers

     

  • Thank you from Christmas Blessings

    Christmas Blessings committee would like to say thank you to all those who helped make Christmas special for 217 families (546 children) in LaRue county this Christmas.

  • Stroke symptoms should be treated quickly

    I was at my grandmother’s recently for my weekly visit when something strange happened. We were talking about how silly one of my dogs was acting, and I noticed Mamaw was having trouble saying the dog’s name. It’s Bree — not very difficult — so I knew something was wrong. I looked up at Mamaw and saw that the right side of her face was drooping. Her mouth formed a half frown and didn’t move on that side when she tried to speak.

  • Future Educators hold food drive

    The Future Educators club at LaRue County High School collected 1,382 cans of food for the 1st annual Future Educators food drive.

    Room totals for fifth period classes: Bivens, 625; Hanson, 274; DiStefano, 162; Price, 147; Gentry, 58; Hutchins, 40; Hanna, 21; Canter, 18; Bowen, 11; Cecil, 10; Garcia, nine; Williamson, eight; Mather and Smith, five each.

    The club sponsored a clothing drive with a great turnout as well.

    Thanks to all the staff and students who brought food items and clothing in for this first ever project by our organization.

    Jamie Hardin