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In My View

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On Oct.23, 1956, students in Hungary revolted against the government and the occupational forces of the Soviet Union.

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The community of Greater Owensboro has a great deal to be proud of. We have a diversified economy, and remain a leader in workforce development, healthcare innovation, agriculture and downtown revitalization.

Readers Write

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As I toured the new Daviess County Middle School during the recent open house, I was both pleased and dismayed. I was pleased because it is a beautiful, functional, well-designed building. Further, the open house was hosted by enthusiastic, friendly and knowledgeable educators.

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Within days of former President Donald Trump's announcement that he intended to run for office again in 2024, I received a telephone call from a pollster who wanted to know, "Can Mr. Trump count on your vote?"

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I don't know anything about the recent lawsuit against Hillcrest Nursing Home, but I wish to say this: I spent 756 days there and I received excellent care and excellent physical, occupational and speech therapy.

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Congratulations to everyone involved with local election

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The election process is a gift, a blessing to our nation. Thank you to all the volunteers at the polling locations who take their time to train in order to learn the process and the machines. They make all this possible.

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The Messenger-Inquirer ran two stories in the Oct. 27 edition touting federal dollars coming into the region to (1) rehabilitate a key railroad bridge over the Green River between Ohio and Muhlenberg counties and (2) promote school safety and mental health.

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At St. Lawrence Grade School, we would play marbles during recess. So, I learned at an early age that you didn’t want to lose your marbles. Apparently, the Democrats never played the game, so that is why they keep losing their marbles. Look at their policies and statements over the past year.

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I have been doing a little research and am a little confused. During the four years of Trump, there were four million jobs lost. In less than two years under Biden, we have gained over six million jobs. Even discounting the four million jobs lost under Trump, that's still a gain of over two …

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I have known Judge Jay Wethington for 30 years as a friend, prosecutor and Circuit Court judge. I have witnessed his compassion, fairness and sense of duty throughout both my career at the sheriff's office and my terms at the clerk's office. To my knowledge, he has never failed in his respon…