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Today's Opinions

  • Music to your soul

    We had a great weekend as we attended the Kentucky Southern Gospel Music Singing Convention last Friday and Saturday in Cave City.

    We listened to some great music, got to spend time with family and friends, and my grandfather Dell Ponder, from Rockcastle County stayed all night with us so he could go to the singing on both nights. We really enjoyed him staying with us. I think he enjoyed it too.

  • Music to your soul

    We had a great weekend as we attended the Kentucky Southern Gospel Music Singing Convention last Friday and Saturday in Cave City.

    We listened to some great music, got to spend time with family and friends, and my grandfather Dell Ponder, from Rockcastle County stayed all night with us so he could go to the singing on both nights. We really enjoyed him staying with us. I think he enjoyed it too.

  • Celebrating Independence Day

    Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are the values on which our great nation was founded. Written in the Declaration of Independence, these words ring true for all Americans and have held fast for more than two centuries.  Ratified on July 4, 1776, the Declaration has long been held in the hearts of the American people as a source of hope and inspiration to protect the freedoms we hold so dear.

  • Christmas Blessings Letter

    Dear Editor,

  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor:

    The only time many people pay attention to their local school board is when there’s a tax vote, but school board members do much more than just setting tax rates.

    LaRue County school board members, elected by the people, are responsible for our community’s most precious resource and the key to its future – our children and their educational opportunities.

  • Letter from Canmer, Ky

    Dear Editor,

  • Lincoln Days Letter

    Dear Editor,

  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor,

    The Ugandan Kids Choir visited our community on September 19 presenting cultural music, dance and worship songs. The children were guests of the Hodgenville Christian Church Disciples of Christ and blessed all they met.

    A special thanks to all who attended and to those who welcomed and fed them. Thanks to the City of Hodgenville, ABE 97.3, The LaRue County Herald News, Awesome Cafe, Pizza Hut and Lee’s Chicken. The Choir will continue their annual tour of the U.S. and return this fall to Uganda, Africa.