Hate is such a powerful emotion.
In My View
Daviess County seniors have been waiting a long time for a new senior center. Partnering with the YMCA was a convenient band-aid for the city, regardless of the outcome. But the process has not been transparent, resulting in more questions than answers.
I would like to express my appreciation for the coverage by Messenger-Inquirer reporter Ken Silva and his ongoing investigation into RWRA and its apparent failures in dealing with the companies locally that have created major issues involving our water treatment facilities.
I was very disappointed to see the list of voting centers drop from 15 to 12 for the Nov. 8 election. The exclusion of the SportsCenter is also worrisome.
Many thanks to the Messenger-Inquirer for Don Wilkins' fine article and photo from Oct. 1 about Owensboro native Justin Whittinghill and his family. As the article notes, the Whittinghills, now visiting Owensboro, reside in Japan, where he is a professor of English at a Japanese university.
Did you know that the Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center, located here in Owensboro, is the sole supplier of blood products to six western Kentucky hospitals and three air ambulances?
I am pleased that I have the opportunity to vote for Bruce Kunze for judge-xecutive for Daviess County. I have worked with Bruce on educational issues for Kentucky’s children. I saw firsthand his dedication to the youth and their educational opportunities and to the teachers who worked tirel…
Do you think President Biden knows that 90% of the Fentanyl drugs entering the USA come across his open southern border? It's killing 150 Americans a day. Do the math. It is killing 45,000 Americans a year.
In regards to an article from Ms. Rowe, using terms like “killing babies" is a derogatory term that allows her to hide behind the dogma of her interpretation of faith.