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In My View

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As a female executive, I have had to answer the same question for many years: “How are you able to balance your work and family?” Honestly, those questions have always frustrated me because they have never been asked of my husband. And I have been fortunate until recently, with a lot of help…

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Most people want one thing above all else when it comes to dealing with the criminal justice system: fairness. But fairness only comes when both sides start out with an equal footing.

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“Hey, Possum,” Albino Alice the barber said when he came in the door at Axe’s True Blue American Cafe & Barber Shoppe, “did you pay more taxes last year than yer president?”

Readers Write

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I stopped by the cemetery a little while ago to visit my mom and dad's grave, thank God for them, and to see the gravestone for aborted babies. It reads, “In loving memory of the innocent victims of abortion. This monument stands as a testimony to the sanctity of life.”

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My name is Del Harley. I am letting you know that I support Dale Taylor as city commissioner of Owensboro. I have known him and his family since high school. I am impressed with his desire to clean up our town.

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We love Owensboro, and as lifelong residents, we remember when our downtown was decaying with many empty buildings. We read about a couple who had started buying and renovating properties. We sought out the Conders and extended our heartfelt gratitude for their investment in our downtown at …

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I would like to bring awareness to a possible huge voting error which could impact the election. After speaking with a few acquaintances, I came to the scary realization that a significant number of individuals have some major misconceptions about what it means to vote a “straight party ticket.”

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Bob Glenn has a proven track record of working for Owensboro

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Taylor will listen and work to make Owensboro better

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From the BBQ Festival and American Red Cross , to coaching our youth on the ball field, Dale Taylor has always been a blue collar man for the people. From his humble roots in Alabama to his family moving to Owensboro, his parents worked hard and made sure he understood hard work and always p…

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I have a question for all those bashing Sen. Mitch McConnell: Why should I vote for Amy McGrath? She did not even live in Kentucky but actually lived in Virginia and maintained a residence there until recently.

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There certainly have been numerous Readers Write offerings that are nothing more than echoed blather from the Fox News Channel and talk radio. Without takes on what it says about one's inability or refusal to think or objectively reason for one's self, it does expose a harsh reality.

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Although I now live in rural Daviess County, I grew up in Owensboro and my mother and sister live in the city. I have a keen interest in city government and in having the most qualified honest elected officials representing city residents.

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I have known Tom Watson nearly all my life. He has always been kind, bright, talented, honest and determined. Tom has shown himself to be someone who can overcome obstacles in his personal life and in his business.

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This note is to tell people what a very kind and generous group of people we have in Hospice. Of all the different organizations that I have ever had, they are the most selfless other than my own family.

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One could hardly blame some Owensboro voters for being a little confused about the campaign for Owensboro City Commission. There are 16 candidates for four seats. It's enough to make your head spin. Let’s clear it up some.