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In My View

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The report that Kentucky’s public college and university enrollments have dropped, as an aggregate, 2.1% this past year should be alarming to every Kentuckian, particularly those in leadership positions in our Commonwealth’s economic development institutions, whether they be public or privat…

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Much of the essential infrastructure we rely on every day to keep our homes, businesses and communities running is largely out of sight. Unless there is a major interruption to service, we often take for granted simple things like clean water coming out of our sinks.

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Much of the essential infrastructure we rely on every day to keep our homes, businesses and communities running is largely out of sight. Unless there is a major interruption to service, we often take for granted simple things like clean water coming out of our sinks.

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In less than three weeks, Owensboro will mark the first anniversary of the day the economy came crashing down.

Readers Write

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Ms. Mary Danhauer's Readers Write letter states, "White supremacy keeps our democracy from reaching its full potential." It goes on to say, "Democracy welcomes all people, but not all ideas, especially those ideas that would limit the voices of some."

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Churches that wade into politics should be forced to pay taxes

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I am not happy, but I will abide. I will no longer post negatively about former president Donald Trump except in retaliation to Trump supporter’s posts. This does not mean I agree with the verdict. I honestly believe it was coerced, not arrived at by way of fair judgment. A verdict arrived a…

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Lately, I have been thinking about the COVID-19 virus; well, to be accurate, about micro-organisms in general. These tiny bugs can attach to our bodies and enter through various portals like our nose, mouth, eyes and even through open wounds. Once they find a way in, they start to colonize a…

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“I solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of (fill in the blank) now pending, I will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws: So help me God.”

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On Jan. 6, 2021, we all were a witness to the Washington, D.C., riot and the outrage it generated in the news media and among politicians. They said it was an attack on our democracy and an insurrection. They were all outraged, calling for those involved to be held accountable. With all due …

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First, I'm not and have never been against higher wages. I'm just asking everyone to watch the $15-an-hour push! No one has talked about the exclusion of people on fixed income and how the price raises from companies will affect those of us on fixed income — they will raise prices.